Are you sure Ammut and Amon are the same?Edit

The Beast Amon/Ammut clearly does not refer to the Goetic Amon and obviously refers to the Egyptian Ammut. The design and artwork directly correlates to Ammut's depiction in Ancient Egyptian myth, with no resemblance to the Goetic demon. GalaxiaWild (talk) 19:04, October 16, 2012 (UTC)

Split? Edit

This might be just me, but...I am pretty sure this page covers two-to-three separate demons. On one hand, we have the Egyptian deity Amon, then we have the Goetia demon based on him, and then we have the different Egyptian entity Ammut who devours the souls of the sinful (though I am not sure if any of the appearances actually cover the deity Amon instead of the demon Amon). And while Amon the demon is based on Amon the god, I am pretty sure that Amon and Ammut are not interchangeable. Of course, if we do split, we need to figure out which is which...--Otherarrow (talk) 16:20, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

I agree. Amon and Ammut are not the same. They are totally not interchangeable at all. GalaxiaWild (talk) 20:37, June 14, 2013 (UTC)

For the record, I'd say that any title that uses the "crocodile" design from Devil Summoner or something derived from it is Ammut. So Devil Summoner, Soul Hackers, Strange Journey, SMTIV, Card Summoner, Devil Survivor II and what little of the Devil Children stuff I know of is all Ammut. That leaves MTII and if..., and I want to say that both are Amon (in part because Amon in if... forms a double pun when he possesses Akira Miyamoto) but I don't know for sure.--Otherarrow (talk) 21:02, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
The ones in MTII and If... are definitely Amon. Amon in if... basically resembles his depiction in the Ars Goetia. -- 21:38, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
Alright. There are some Demikids demons on the Amen-Ra page who are also basically Amon, so we can go ahead and get this started, though it will cause some linking problems. We ready?--Otherarrow (talk) 22:40, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
OK, the pages have been split, with the Amon page being formed by basically piecing together the Amon bits from this page and the Amon-Ra page. For the sake of convenience, both the Egyptian deity and the Goetia demon are on the same page, though the current history write up only refers to the deity as an afterthought. (For the record, Amon-Ra is used for Ra and the Amon/Ra combined deity, at least for the time being)--Otherarrow (talk) 23:08, June 14, 2013 (UTC)
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