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Angel & Demon Naming Experiment is a form of experimentation conducted by people in the New World.

Objective

The goal of this experiment was to identify whether angels and demons could disappear on the spot because of the fake name they attempt to take after.

Procedures

Although it is unknown what steps were used for this sort of experiment, it can be assumed that there have been attempts by both angels and demons to identify themselves by name to the people it met.

Results

Neither of the two beings are able to use false names as their identity. If demons and angels try to use a fake name, then they just simply disappear from existence thereafter.[1]

Trivia

  • The experiment's result doesn't seem to coincide with the case concerning Jaldabaoth, who is a powerful demon of hardly any origin and background known in the New World.

References

  1. Overlord Volume 12 Chapter 2: Seeking Salvation

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