Glossary – D Day

Demon Day
16 years ago, demons fell from the sky over the city of Demoine. The ‘Demon Rain’, as they call it, continued for about 6 hours unleashing thousands of demons upon the bustling metropolis. The demon horde crushed all resistance the Northern Green Triangle could muster. The great capital city of Laput was reduced to a crater in a single day. Even some of the world’s most powerful forces (like the Black Diamond Society and White Hearts) could do little more than evacuate refugees. Within a few weeks, the demons dominated the entire Yeelo River Delta.

The demon-controlled territory has unofficially become known as ‘The Badlands’- an unoriginal but accurate moniker. If the demons have such a thing as a capital, it would be the former city of Demoine, now cleverly renamed Demon City.

In case you haven’t figured it out, D Day = Demon Day.

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Comment by Bango Skank
November 29, 2007 @ 12:19 am

Talk about bad weather patterns. And to think I complain when we get too much rain. >.>

Certainly speaks to Ralph’s strength that he was able to survive through that, and to continue living in the city for…9 years? (I believe that’s correct) Sweet Fancy Moses!

What’s keeping the demons near the city? Or are they just “choosing” to remain near there?

Comment by G-rad
November 29, 2007 @ 2:54 pm

It speaks even more to the Demons’ strength that falling from the sky did little enough damage that they could immediately crush all military resistance in the area. Also, I kinda always figured that Ralph was a demon, what with his blue skin and extreme badassery. Of course, if the Saucony brothers can be humans with their skin tones, I guess Ralph is probably one, too.

…I suppose I should say “human equivalent,” ’cause nobody around seems all that homo sapiens-y.

Comment by archangel
November 29, 2007 @ 4:18 pm

wow. hey mrdaveryan, was it my post that sparked the urge to elaborate? lol and what’s the name of the musically talented woodland creature playing on the spike?

Comment by mrdaveryan
November 30, 2007 @ 2:18 pm

Dem be his name.

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