Page Title Edit
Okay, I already renamed this thing once from "Lilith (DmC)" to "Lilith", but it seems someone else has changed it back. My question is: Which is better? We use "(DmC)" on articles about characters and items in DmC with the same name as characters or items in the classic games to differentiate them, such as Rebellion (DmC) and Dante (DmC). However, things that don't have a classic counterpart, such as Osiris and Kat, lack the "(DmC)" tag. There is no classic Lilith, so I propose that there does not need to be the "(DmC)" extention on her page. --Anobi (talk) 06:22, November 12, 2012 (UTC)
- I've been thinking about this too, and we shouldn't bother putting a (DmC) suffix on things that don't have a classic counterpart. The whole usage of the suffix existed to differentiate classic and NT content, so stuff that is strictly NT content doesn't really need it. Derekoe|Hot-blooded God of Guns| (talk) 06:32, November 12, 2012 (UTC)
Picture of Lilith at the nightclubEdit
Found this picture of her on a forum. It has a nice closeup of her face. I think this would be a good addition to her Gallery whenever it becomes available.~ Cars And Guitars (talk) 02:27, January 27, 2013 (UTC)
According to a gamefaqs thread, one of the quotes Lilith gives during her boss battle implies that Poison is another one of Mundus's concubines, and that there are even more under the Virility factory.
- Can anyone verify this?
- Should we have a quotes project for listing all the interesting quotes characters say?(ಠ_ೃ) Bully! 02:27, February 28, 2013 (UTC)
Reference to Revelation's famous Prosti? Edit
Reading an article on the net, I realized that DmC is filled with numerous demonic messages or references. Here is one addition:
Does she allude the Famous Prostitute from the book of Revelations. Well I guess yes, because Mundus in DmC references the Beast, and has Lilith as his mistress?Does this ring a bell? -Rygor Stonehoof the Earth-Shaker! 12:30, August 9, 2013 (UTC)