I know you want your edgy, violent media product to sound suitably grim and epic. But from now on, please consider these terms off-limits:
If that scuttles your plan to release Blood Prophecy: Legacy of Dark Redemption, here are some woefully under-utilized, kinda-religious-sounding words you might try instead:
Any I’ve missed, in either list?by
Actually it works nice if you mix the two lists.
Suggestions for list 2:
“EREMITIC” (which I used to get mixed up with “hermetic” to produce the mongrel “heremetic”)
You can’t live in West Michigan and leave out the dreaded “ARMINIAN”…
And some more:
and going farther afield:
Haha, great idea and list, Ed! I knew you’d have some solid additions to the list.
Also: anthroposophist. Awesome word.
Anthroposophy is weird. It’s basically Theosophy as re-imagined by an Austrian who idolized Goethe, and who didn’t have a deep-seated distaste for Christianity (unlike Theosophy’s Mme. Blavatsky). Owen Barfield, one of C.S. Lewis’s closest friends, and a really fascinating thinker in his own right, was an Anthroposophist.
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That list needs to be expanded and put on a d100 table!
That’s not a bad idea, Chris 🙂 Maybe when I get some more free time….