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    Using the word "Devourer"

    Hello. This might be a wierd question but I can not find an answer. I am naming a pet in a game and wanted to use the name "Horde Devourer" Horde is a faction in the game World of Warcraft. So the meaning of the name would be devouring of the horde, destruction of the horde by this pet. Everything I read online for example says. Devourer of souls. Devourer of buildings. Devourer of.... If I want to use it in reverse and say "Horde Devourer" and not "Devourer of horde" would this mean the same thing or even make sense?

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    Re: Using the word "Devourer"

    I think "Horde Devourer" is fine (not that I really care ). Also, it only has to make sense to you.

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    Re: Using the word "Devourer"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    I think "Horde Devourer" is fine (not that I really care ). Also, it only has to make sense to you.
    Thanks. Very true...

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    Re: Using the word "Devourer"

    Most likely a weird question. But not a wierd question.

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