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[[Image:Inugami.png|thumb|250px|'''Inugami''']]
 
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==History==
 
In Japanese mythology an inugami ("dog god") resembling, and usually originating from, a dog, (although other similar species are inturprited as being. eg, Wolves, Raccoons, and Weasels.) and most commonly carrying out vengeance or acting as guardians on behalf of there "inugami owner". Inugami are extremely powerful and capable of existing independently, (without master or possession) as well as turning on their "owners" and even possessing humans. Or being the loyalest of companions.
 
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*[[Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon]]: Pagan Class
 
*[[Persona 3]]: Hanged Man Arcana
 
*[[Persona 3]]: Hanged Man Arcana
 
*[[Persona 3: FES]]: Hanged Man Arcana
 
*[[Persona 3: FES]]: Hanged Man Arcana
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*[[Shin Megami Tensei IMAGINE]]: Beast Race
 
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==History==
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In Japanese mythology an inugami ("dog god") resembling, and usually originating from, a dog, (although other similar species are inturprited as being. eg, Wolves, Raccoons, and Weasels.) and most commonly carrying out vengeance or acting as guardians on behalf of there "inugami owner". Inugami are extremely powerful and capable of existing independently, (without master or possession) as well as turning on their "owners" and even possessing humans. Or being the loyalest of companions.
 
[[Category:Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne Demons]]
 
[[Category:Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne Demons]]
 
[[Category:Beast Race]]
 
[[Category:Beast Race]]
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[[Category:Persona 3: FES Personae]]
 
[[Category:Persona 3: FES Personae]]
 
[[Category:Persona 3 Personae]]
 
[[Category:Persona 3 Personae]]
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[[Category:Pagan Class]]
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[[Category:Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon Demons]]

Revision as of 05:34, May 19, 2009

Inugami

Inugami

Appearances

History

In Japanese mythology an inugami ("dog god") resembling, and usually originating from, a dog, (although other similar species are inturprited as being. eg, Wolves, Raccoons, and Weasels.) and most commonly carrying out vengeance or acting as guardians on behalf of there "inugami owner". Inugami are extremely powerful and capable of existing independently, (without master or possession) as well as turning on their "owners" and even possessing humans. Or being the loyalest of companions.

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