By "Hermes Trismegistus" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elizabeth McCoy wrote:
"Hint with dealing with Princes -- enemy or other -- I suspect that groveling until told otherwise is A Good Idea. Saying "Yes, Dread Prince," and "Yes, Dark Lord," and "Whatever you desire, Prince Andrealphus," and other varients is a good idea. (And if he says "Call me Andre," a smart Servitor says, "Yes, Lord Andre.")"
I doubt this will ever affect gameplay, but what exactly are the correct titles for Superiors? I thought of a few that seem to fit, does anyone else use similar themes for their games? Or have you got any suggestions to fill in the blanks?
What to call:
Andrealphus: you really just can't go past Master/Mistress (B&D overtones) }:)
Asmodeus: "Your Inquisitiveness"
Baal: "Your Monstrosity"
Belial: "Oh Igniferous One" (BTW - NEVER sing "Great Balls of Fire" behind his back)
Haagenti: "Your Avarice" "Your Excessiveness"
Kobal: "Your Dryness" "Great Satirical One"
Lilith: "Your Deviousness"
Malphas: "Your Divisiveness"
Nybbas: "Your Host for tonight..."
Saminga: "Exhumed Majesty" (remember he's very vain)
Vapula: "Mr. Gates" (or if you're really close, just "Bill") }:)
Blandine: "Your Passivity"
David: "Most Immovable One"
Eli: Who knows? Missing presumed orgying?
Gabriel: "Your Combustibility" "Your Explosiveness"
Janus: "Your Swiftness"
Jordi: "Nice doggie..."
Laurence: "Sir" (he's a military boy after all)
Novalis: "Hey babe"
Yves: "Your Omnipotence" (I know this isn't strictly true, but you'd try to butter him up if you had the chance)
Servitors whose names are a dead giveaway:
Mary Jane: Mercurian of Novalis
Rock: Seraphim of David
The Elohim Formerly Known as Prince: Litheroy
Colonel Sanders: Calabite of Haagenti
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