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Necroma | Shin Megami Tensei II »

Necroma is a new spell added to this game. It is used to revive a dead demon as an undead one.

Nightmare System | Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne »

A machine within that is used by Hikawa to control the flow of Magatsuhi on a worldwide scale. It is used to defeat the Mantra, as well as gather enough Magatsuhi to summon the god of creation.

Nirvana | Digital Devil Saga 2 »

Once Serph and friends reach "Nirvana", they find it is not the paradise they assumed it would be.

Madame Margot Cuvier refers to it as a world under the control of the Karma Society, where all would be demons kept under control by Sera's song and hunger would be abated thanks to "lesser" beings.

Nirvana | Digital Devil Saga »

Considered to be a true paradise. Law of the Karma Temple states that all those living in the Junkyard must strive to reach it.

The Karma Temple states that the final remaining Tribe will ascend to Nirvana. However, once the black-haired girl arrives, the requirement also includes bringing her along and devouring the other tribes while in demon form.

Additional Information: This can be defined simply as paradise in many senses. In Buddhism it is the ineffable ultimate in which one has attained disinterested wisdom and compassion. In Hinduism it is the emancipation from ignorance and the extinction of all attachment.

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