Some articles on summon:
... Summon Night Swordcraft Story (サモンナイト クラフトソード物語?) is an action role-playing game by Banpresto for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance system ... It is part of the Summon Night series of games ... It has a sequel, Summon Night Swordcraft Story 2 ...
... Summon Night EX-Thesis Yoake no Tsubasa (August 4, 2005) Released for the PlayStation 2 ... Summon Night Twin Age Seireitachi no Kyoumei (Koe) (August 30, 2007 USA July 3, 2008) Released for the Nintendo DS, translated and published by Atlus in the USA as Summon Night Twin Age ... Summon Night Gran-These Horobi no Tsurugi to Yakusoku no Kishi (March 23, 2010) Released for the PlayStation 2 ...
... Summon Night Twin Age (サモンナイト ツインエイジ 精霊たちの共鳴（こえ）, literally "Summon Night Twin Age Voice (Symphony) of the Spirits") is an action role-playing game in the ... Summon Night Twin Age Developer(s) Flight-Plan Publisher(s) Atlus Series Summon Night series Platform(s) Nintendo DS Release date(s) August 30, 2007 June 3, 2008 Genre(s) Action role-playing game Mode(s ...
... A Fugitive Summon Beast freed by Phicra from the 16th Catheirn ... Millisar hates humans for their mistreatment of Summon Beasts, but he gradually accepts the humans he travels with, and becomes a citizen of the Kascuza town of Marbado ... His desire was to return to his own world with Phicra, to free the Summon Beasts ...
... Summon Night (サモンナイト, Samon Naito?) is a series of role-playing video games (mixed with elements of a visual novel based dating sim.) The series ... had never been released in any other countries until the release of Summon Night Swordcraft Story for the Game Boy Advance on July 26, 2006 in the United ...
More definitions of "summon":
- (verb): Ask to come.
Example: "Summon a lawyer"
Famous quotes containing the word summon:
“I, Zarathustra, the advocate of life, the advocate of suffering, the advocate of the circleI summon you, my most abysmal thought!”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“I summon to the winding ancient stair;
Set all your mind upon the steep ascent,”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“A writer who writes, I am alone ... can be considered rather comical. It is comical for a man to recognize his solitude by addressing a reader and by using methods that prevent the individual from being alone. The word alone is just as general as the word bread. To pronounce it is to summon to oneself the presence of everything the word excludes.”
—Maurice Blanchot (b. 1907)