sonic_Reaper wrote:Were these the "intended" names or are the translators having a field day? Lyon and Ferid sound like a case of the ol' _r_ and l mix-up. Rionne and Felid sound like the proper names; but if the English translations are indeed the "intended" names, then whatever.
Note: A single "_R_" is automatically bloated into the word "ARE" ... how very ... annoying.
Yuki Tenkai wrote:I was wondering the same thing.
I can think of a couple other names that came from Mythology as well, but I think we know these. Dzerassa is the daughter of the sea god in Scythian mythology. I couldn't find much of anything on her, except that she was one of the few goddesses in Scythian society that had any major influence. Being the daughter of Poseidon, she was important in Scythia.
Also, Arshtat. She was The Zoroastrian angel of wealth and justice, and there wasn't much else I could find, besides something about a day or month in the Zoroastrian calendar with her name. Personally, I find it cool that Konami is branching into middle-eastern names and culture..seeing as Falena is somewhat Egyptian inspired and the Queen's name comes from a culture that existed in Iran a long time ago.
EDIT: Fun fact..I saw that "Tir" is the name of another day on the Zoroastrian calendar.
Yuki Tenkai wrote:I know he mentioned most of that, but it didn't hurt to mention it again. I have a question that someone may or may not be able to answer for me, though...is it Eurum Barows or Euram Barows? I'm comfused about that at this time.
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