@Otherarrow: All the Persona stats posted so far for the Persona 1 game have been MAX rank to reflect their full potential, I'm not sure what rank the stats Nightelf has posted reflect however. Ad I saw nothing on Wikidot in the fusion sections about Amon-Ra being SEBEC exclusive, I'll have to look again. Great Mara 11:39, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
In the Devil Children games, Amon-Ra and Ra were two distinct entities. In addition, Amun and Ra were originally two distinct beings that were only later fused together in actual Egyptian religion. Should we keep these two together or split them? Zeta7 01:12, April 9, 2012 (UTC)
- Can you double check that though, because the games also feature Amon which is a Goetic demon. Message 02:22, April 9, 2012 (UTC)
- Hrm. In DemiKids Light and Dark the profile for Amon reads:
An ancient demon said to have once ruled over the skies, the seas, and the sun.
- To me that sounds like Amon Ra, not the Goetic wolf demon.
- For Ra, it says:
A falcon-headed demon that rules the sun and despises anything that's dark and evil.
- That's Ra.
- The Amon in Devil Children Red/Black/White is the crocodile/hippo demon Ammit from Egyptian mythology, not the Goetic demon. Which I really don't think should be lumped together with the Goetic demon based on name similarity.
- I can't find any art or data on Amon (Goetia Demon) being in the DemiKids games.
- All in all, I'd say that this is one big cluster-screw up. Amon-Ra (the Egyptian god of greatness), Amon (the Goetic demon), Ra (the Egyptian falcon sun god), and Ammit (the Egyptian devourer of souls) are four (three if you want to quibble that Amon and Ra are the same entity) different mythological entities we've got listed on only two pages between all of them.
Zeta7 02:43, April 9, 2012 (UTC)