... and what about the Fallen names after Myth3 ?
You list is really great :
Soulblighter (Damas, Anshar), Twice Born, Patron of the Hanged
The Deceiver (Myrdred), Source of the Five Hundred Poisons
Shiver / The Voiceless One (Culwyeh / Ravanna), Mother of Plagues, First Lady of the Fallen / Loveless Child of the Unwed Dawn
The Watcher (Bahl'al), Mad Goat of the Fens
The Lurker (Bheil), Bonesplitter, Twice-born Daughter of Flood and Famine
The Faceless Man
But it's just me.. or have you noticed that there are 3 types of "names" for the Lords ?
Shiver is a substantive.
Faceless man(terror) and Voiceless One are 2 descriptions.. I do not know the correct term......
While all the other, Soulblighter, Deceiver, Watcher, Lurker and even Bonesplitter have "THE" in front of them, just like :
and these names are.. well... damn me.. well all these names have the "er" part that means someone who does that action........ geez.
Just like : The Watcher = the one who watch
The Soulblighter = The one that makes souls blight
I tought it would be pretty fitting if every Lord had an entry for everykind of "nickname", could this be possilbe ?
It could even be that the same Lord receives different names from different people. Just like the "Thunder Rod" in Sam Raimi's "Army of Darkness" that was actually a shotgun.
Or an airplane described like an iron bird etc.
Myrdred for instance is known as The Deceiver (we can assume that Connacht and Damas forged this dispregiative name); so the name Deceiver has its origin in Muirthemne, the most civilized city. We can stress this a bit saying that every name similar to Deceiver(soulblighter, watcher etc.) is used in the cath bruig empire; if you go west towards Gowen you'll find a more barbaric people, describing their enemies in a more.. pictorial way, just like Source of 500 poisons etc.