Correct. Like I said in my last post Keberos is the Greek spelling of
Cerberus. Cerberus is the Latain version of the word that was in the
Roman writings with the same creature. They mean the same creature, but
I felt using the Greek name was more appropriate for this game.
You will often find this with a lot of Greek myths. There are the Latin
translations and the Greek translation of the works. The name of the
character you use depends largely on if the English version was based on
the Latin or Greek manuscripts. Heracles and Hercules are both names for
the same legendary hero. Hercules, the popular name we use, is based on
Latin works. Where his real name, Haracles, is Greek.
Anyway, seeing as this game is from Angela's perspective I think she
would know the difference between someone's Latin and Greek name. If
this is too confusing for player's I can name the creatures by their
more popular Latain/English equivilants, but aI thought it would be more
fun to use the actual Greek names when and where possible.
Bryan Peterson wrote:
If I had to guess I'd say he actually meant Cerberus, which in Greek
mythology was the three-headed dog who guarded the gates to the
Underworld. The only difference is I don't believe the traditional
Cerberus could use a gun. He tended to use his fangs.
Homer: Hey, uh, could you go across the street and get me a slice of
Vender: No pizza. Only Khlav Kalash.
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