Okay, as we all know, there are the big Words, like The War, Flowers,
and other fun ones like that. Beneath them are other Words that, while not
as big necessarily, are still pretty usefull. Beneath them, however, are
the truely small Words, that few celestials would want, or at least few that
have any serious ambition. Edward and I coined the term Pudding Words,
after the origonal demonic Word idea tha spawned the concept (Heksheshi, an
Impudite of Haagenti and Demon of Pudding). The amusing part is that in
Hell it's a good defensive tactic, too: a Word like that isn't likely to
grow into other Words, and so other demons wouldn't feel threatened by his
existance, and thus probably wouldn't be wasting resources to kill him.
I imagine Lucifer probably appreciates those demons. I mean, it's greating having Princes like Belial, Baal, and everyone else, but the problem is that they're singularly ambitious in a way that usually results in them fighting each other far too often, and that category includes a whole slew of lesser Word-bound, all trying to fight their way to the top. Heksheshi (and others like him), on the other hand, are content; they've found a small niche of selfishness in the Symphony that they truely enjoy, they aren't interested in clawing their way up, they continue to further the War in their own small ways (it's suggested the Bill Cosby might have been one of Heksheshi's vessels), and still they bring in the Essence.
All in all, Pudding Word demons are those examples that even in Hell some people have strange obsessions. And they mean less of a headache for the Lightbringer, too.
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