Necrohol?

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User Info: Explosivechick

Explosivechick
6 years ago#1
does anyone know what this word means? Is it just a random name they decided to give to this place? In one of the cutscenes Basch says, "They don't call it a NECROHOL for nothing". So im just wandering what it means

User Info: guwa

guwa
6 years ago#2
Well, "necro" has to do with death, although you probably already knew that.
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User Info: ZERO369

ZERO369
6 years ago#3
yes guwa

necro = Nekro (in greek) = dead

User Info: Machines_Of_Dog

Machines_Of_Dog
6 years ago#4
does anyone know what this word means?

it means you should be making sandwiches <_<
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User Info: jbergman

jbergman
6 years ago#5
It would have made more sense to call it a necropolis which means city of the dead but necrohol also has a nice ring to it

User Info: Vargant_charM

Vargant_charM
6 years ago#6
necrohol = necro hole = dead pit = dead party = game over
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User Info: Explosivechick

Explosivechick
6 years ago#7
ok so basically having to do with death, yeah i hate this place. Even if you don't get killed just BEING here makes you wanna kill yourself. This might be a stupid question but is this where the VERY first level of the game is? Like when you play as Reks?

User Info: guwa

guwa
6 years ago#8
Nope, it's Nalbina Fortress, in the same geographical place as Nalbina (the town) and the dungeons you escape from.
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User Info: pprincess

pprincess
6 years ago#9
I always found it amusing that one of prizes you get from Montblanc for one of the bosses in the Necrohol comes from the Necrohol (Nabudis) Preservation Committee. haha, all the standing water and debris in there, some committee eh?

User Info: Relient_K

Relient_K
6 years ago#10
I took some Greek in college and Necros means dead (adjective). Used as a noun it can mean "the dead".

I don't remember learning anything close to "hol", but it could be that it's supposed to be like "hall", so the hall of the dead.
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