Set and Lucifer do not appear in the first Megami Tensei novel, but they do in the first game. Set has one line in the epilogue, in which he just reveals he's going to be around in the next book. Which isn't enough to put him on this page, I think. SeventhEvening 06:12, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
"Makai" is not a word used in the novels. The demon/human planes are called something like Aziluth/Asiya which are real terms with origins in "Kabbalah". I don't have time to track down the correct spelling atm...
Google in it's infinite wisdom found the spelling when paired together (Atziluth Asiya) --Yksehtniycul 14:03, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
I just added a mention of the anime of the same name to this page, but someone who knows what they're doing should probably add a disambiguation alert at the top of the page, and possibly take the mention out of the article. Also the game should be at Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei(Namcot Video Game) and also added to the disambiguation page, along with the two other games of the same title.
- Alright, a couple things:
- Is a page devoted to the anime necessary? I've seen it and read a translation of the book. The anime was basically a watered down version of the book. It was also pretty crappy and didn't really contribute much to the whole thing. I think we'd be perfectly fine just adding in a section about the anime adaption to this page, but that's just IMHO.
- Next, what two other games? I know there is a mobile phone port of Megami Tensei, but I'm not sure what other other title you're talking about is. I know the mobile phone port really doesn't need it's own page. I could see reason to move to a Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei (Game), or making a Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei (Novel) something along those lines, but lets get everything hammered out first.
- After we get everything worked out, I'm fine with creating a disambiguation page, but I don't want to jump the gun without having my facts straight. SeventhEvening 20:44, 25 June 2009 (UTC)