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5th Jul '17 4:56:02 PM VulgarBee
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28th May '17 2:39:03 PM Morgenthaler
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* The [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad four enemy Mega Men]] in ''VideoGame/MegaManZX Advent''. They all have names taken from mythology; none of them are at all related to their elemental powers, and at least half of them are even the wrong gender. For example, the male Siarnaq is named after a Inuit goddess of ice. There is a bit more to the ThemeNaming, however, in that three out of four� along with another pair of characters, Prometheus and Pandora� share their names with moons orbiting Saturn (Aeolus is the only exception).

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* The [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad four enemy Mega Men]] in ''VideoGame/MegaManZX Advent''. They all have names taken from mythology; none of them are at all related to their elemental powers, and at least half of them are even the wrong gender. For example, the male Siarnaq is named after a Inuit goddess of ice. There is a bit more to the ThemeNaming, however, in that three out of four� four-- along with another pair of characters, Prometheus and Pandora� Pandora-- share their names with moons orbiting Saturn (Aeolus is the only exception).
28th May '17 2:38:35 PM Morgenthaler
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* The [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad four enemy Mega Men]] in ''VideoGame/MegaManZX Advent''. They all have names taken from mythology; none of them are at all related to their elemental powers, and at least half of them are even the wrong gender. For example, the male Siarnaq is named after a Inuit goddess of ice. There is a bit more to the ThemeNaming, however, in that three out of four— along with another pair of characters, Prometheus and Pandora— share their names with moons orbiting Saturn (Aeolus is the only exception).

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* The [[QuirkyMiniBossSquad four enemy Mega Men]] in ''VideoGame/MegaManZX Advent''. They all have names taken from mythology; none of them are at all related to their elemental powers, and at least half of them are even the wrong gender. For example, the male Siarnaq is named after a Inuit goddess of ice. There is a bit more to the ThemeNaming, however, in that three out of four— four� along with another pair of characters, Prometheus and Pandora— Pandora� share their names with moons orbiting Saturn (Aeolus is the only exception).



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6th Mar '17 3:39:25 AM pinkdalek
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** The writers of '' VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' actually got asked a lot by nerds why they used the name Orthros, a Greek dog monster, for a purple octopus character. It was eventually revealed to have been inspired by a purple octopus toy called Orthros that Creator/HiranobuSakaguchi had as a child. (The English localisation changed his name to Ultros, avoiding the embarrassment.)

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** The **The writers of '' VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' actually got asked a lot by nerds why they used the name Orthros, a Greek dog monster, for a purple octopus character. It was eventually revealed to have been inspired by a purple octopus toy called Orthros that Creator/HiranobuSakaguchi Creator/HironobuSakaguchi had as a child. (The English localisation changed his name to Ultros, avoiding the embarrassment.)
6th Mar '17 3:38:47 AM pinkdalek
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** Gilgamesh, in Sumerian mythology, was a great hero and king. The recurring Gilgamesh in ''Final Fantasy'' is a silly VillainWithAnFInEvil with a kabuki/classical Japanese aesthetic.

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** Gilgamesh, in Sumerian mythology, was a great hero and king. The recurring Gilgamesh in ''Final Fantasy'' is a silly VillainWithAnFInEvil MinionWithAnFInEvil with a kabuki/classical Japanese aesthetic.


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**The writers of '' VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' actually got asked a lot by nerds why they used the name Orthros, a Greek dog monster, for a purple octopus character. It was eventually revealed to have been inspired by a purple octopus toy called Orthros that Creator/HiranobuSakaguchi had as a child. (The English localisation changed his name to Ultros, avoiding the embarrassment.)
6th Mar '17 3:30:12 AM pinkdalek
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** Gilgamesh, in Sumerian mythology, was a great hero and king. The recurring Gilgamesh in ''Final Fantasy'' is a silly VillainWithAnFInEvil with a kabuki/classical Japanese aesthetic.
**Shiva. In Hindu mythology, a male god of war. In ''FF'', a sexy female 'ice queen'. Some theorise that this was punning off 'shiver'.
**Creator/YoshitakaAmano once bragged in an interview that the common Japanese pop cultural portrayal of Bahamut as being the King of the Dragons was invented by him, because he thought dragons were cool. (The mythological Bahamut is a sort of weird goat monster.)
5th Jun '16 3:40:04 AM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'': The Blood Ravens don't have as well-defined a theme as other SpaceMarine chapters (who are space Vikings/Mongols/Romans/Renaissance Italians...), so their names can go from Greek myth (Endymion, Apollo Diomedes) to referencing the North (Davian Thule, Indrick Boreale), Abrahamic religion (Gabriel Angelos, Thaddeus), both (Jonah Orion) and sometimes, CanisLatinicus (Martellus, Avitus).
1st Apr '16 8:46:05 PM Vilui
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* All the bosses in the ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'' series are named after the Major Arcana of the standard Tarot deck. Sometimes, the names very vaguely describe the enemy (i.e. the multi-headed hydra dubbed "Tower" is pretty tall and the batlike "Hanged Man" is suspended in the air), but they're mostly just there to be cool.
* In any given ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game, there's often a few people with names taken from Mythology (I.e. Cain and Abel, Minerva, Percieval, etc.), who seem to have been named at random without much consideration.

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* All the bosses in the ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'' series are named after the Major Arcana of the standard Tarot deck. Sometimes, the names very vaguely describe the enemy (i.e.(e.g. the multi-headed hydra dubbed "Tower" is pretty tall and the batlike "Hanged Man" is suspended in the air), but they're mostly just there to be cool.
* In any given ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game, there's often a few people with names taken from Mythology (I.e.(e.g. Cain and Abel, Minerva, Percieval, etc.), who seem to have been named at random without much consideration.
10th Mar '16 1:39:24 PM Morgenthaler
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* "Scylla" from ''PrisonBreak'' has neither a "Charybdis" counterpart nor does it share any other characteristics with the sea monster of the same name.

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* "Scylla" from ''PrisonBreak'' ''Series/PrisonBreak'' has neither a "Charybdis" counterpart nor does it share any other characteristics with the sea monster of the same name.
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