Garo Demana

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Garo Demana or Garothman is one of the worlds that are participating in The Game. It appears to be based on pre-Islamic figures in Arabian legends, as well as Zoroastrian figures. It is named for the Zoroastrian concept of heaven.

The World Representative of Garo Demana is Ahura Mazda.

The exiled soul of Garo Demana is Ahriman.



Transients of Garo Demana

Ahura Mazda


  • Originally, Garo Demana was named Sin, determined via datamining. Why this was changed is currently unknown.
  • Garo Demana can be translated as "The House of Song", i.e., a type of paradise or heaven.

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No. 16907
5 months ago
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Localization is now calling this Midearth... I hope housamo gets to go to cons or does livestreams so we can ask questions
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No. 16461
6 months ago
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>>12191 Wouldn't Enkidu and Gilgamesh be from the same world of Marduk?

they're Babylonian's mythology afterall...
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No. 16288
7 months ago
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it's probably ahriman
Anonymous user
No. 13957
16 months ago
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This world needs more relevance
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No. 13653
16 months ago
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Since it's based on Zoroastrian figures, should Angra Mainyu be the Exile? with Ahura Mazda being the representative/pillar?
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No. 13577
17 months ago
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that would be in Babel... anyways i am gonna borrow your comment...
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No. 12191
22 months ago
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Is there a possibility that either Gilgamesh or Enkidu be the representative and/or exile of this world?
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