Don't forget plants and animals, he got really mad about that too.
To be fair, there are only so many times one can say "If the flora/fauna being asked about is native to the actual geographic regions that this setting is based off of, then it's in the setting" before one goes crazy.
Generic Guy: Shadow Elf is the third member of the team and in charge of all the Fourth Edition coverage, but he rarely posts on the threads and isn't generally as noticeable as afroakuma. Zeta don't post as much either, but banters with afro and did the original vote tallies in the first thread.
Big Bad: They posted the outlines of several possible ones with the names blanked, so far nothing else has been released on them.
Bilingual Bonus: So far, the setting uses Arabic, Farsi and Sanskrit. Whether that will be true on release remains to be seen, but one poster recently picked up on the meanings of Siraaj, Najmah and Kamala.
Dark World: Najmah, where it's always night. The map they released shows that it has a different color scheme from Siraaj, too.
Devil but No God: The religions presented so far for PCs and most of civilization are all essentially fake. We've already got confirmation that the demons and demon lords are very very real.
Our Ghouls Are Different: "Ghuls" rather than ghouls, and based on Zeta's picture they're far scarier. See Demonic Ghouls on the trope page.
Our Gods Are Greater: The overgod, Zihaja, who masquerades as ten different aspects and is the only real god in the setting.
There are a few gods that aren't actually aspects of Zihaja, but they're either: a) directly subordinate to Zihaja, or b) racial gods of races which will never show up in most games (the dwarves living on the south pole have their own pantheon, for example). They were deliberately let in by Big Z, though.
Schedule Slip: The original estimated release period was over a year ago.