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    Linking Internal and External Lore: Norse, Arthurian, and Etymology in Dark Souls

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    Post by Big Hat Tue Nov 12, 2013 1:24 pm

    Hi! Big fan of this topic and the Archives in general. First time throwing my hat in the ring.

    I'll add to Tolvo's notes about Havel. One, Havel is another spelling of Abel, as in Cain and Abel, the first human to die, killed by the first human to murder. As for the Czech origin of Vaclav Havel, there's another Czech connection to Dark Souls: Velka is Czechoslovakian for "large".

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