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Why isn't this called Lou Cipher? Not TRS-ing this yet, but "Louis Cipher" isn't as well-known an alias as Alucard or similar names.
Made Lou Cipher a redirect.
I just wonder, who is the trope namer for this? Some sources point me towards Louis Cypher but I ain't sure.
The page says it's http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/AngelHeart
I don't understand why Deuce, Thorn, or Georgia are names for the devil. I only figured out Nick, Scratch, and Lucy:( after checking wikipedia. Could someone tell me the meaning of the first 3 I listed?
Would Light Yagami from Death Note come under this?
what if it is someone who has nothing to do with demons, devils, or the like doing something like this with there name. like peter plankton from spongebob
Ulquiorra made me think:
The "rr" can be mistakenly romanized as "l"
The other way of pronouncing Lucifer
1. loose if fur
2. luss if fur—
Then you can find Lucifer in his name
And I could keep ranting about Ulqi-nii being the incarnation of evil, but I won't. Because this was accidental. I hope.
NCZ: Uhh, who is that in the page image?
I looked up the business card scene from American Psycho to see if I missed anything, but saw nothing. Since neither this page, nor the work page states American Psycho uses this trope, the image is a probably an edit. Since the card is on a wooden table, this still must be from the business card scence. Judging from the positioning of the finger, this is most likely an edited version of Timothy Bryce's card (which mentions Mergers and Aquisitions). This thing is totally believable though, 10/10 hoax. I'll add a note to this image later. (There's probably a trope for this)
TLDR: Fake, but cool.
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