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*During the fight with [[Berial]], a sign reading the name "Mundus Vivendi" (Mundus likely refers to the boss from first game, Latin "vivendi" commonly translates to "of living" or "lifestyle") can be seen briefly twice, once before falling from its post, and again when it is shown on the ground.
 
*During the fight with [[Berial]], a sign reading the name "Mundus Vivendi" (Mundus likely refers to the boss from first game, Latin "vivendi" commonly translates to "of living" or "lifestyle") can be seen briefly twice, once before falling from its post, and again when it is shown on the ground.
 
*From the BradyGames strategy guide: ''"Mundus is actually a Latin term refering to the 'vile world' or the 'imagined universe.' The world is also included in the dream-philosophy works of Carl Jung. Therefore, it is not difficult to see how the god of the evil Underworld would have such an allegorical name."''<ref>[[:File:Bradygames DMC Guide - Mundus Entry.jpg|Bradygames DMC Guide - Mundus Entry]]</ref>
 
*From the BradyGames strategy guide: ''"Mundus is actually a Latin term refering to the 'vile world' or the 'imagined universe.' The world is also included in the dream-philosophy works of Carl Jung. Therefore, it is not difficult to see how the god of the evil Underworld would have such an allegorical name."''<ref>[[:File:Bradygames DMC Guide - Mundus Entry.jpg|Bradygames DMC Guide - Mundus Entry]]</ref>
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*In ''[[Devil May Cry 5]]'', Trish reveals that many millennia ago, Mundus ate the fruit of the demonic [[Qliphoth]] tree which gave him the power to become king of the Underworld.
 
*In ''[[Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune]]'', it is mentioned that Mundus' statue form was a result of his power being "too strong" for him to cross to the Human World in his true form.
 
*In ''[[Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune]]'', it is mentioned that Mundus' statue form was a result of his power being "too strong" for him to cross to the Human World in his true form.
   
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