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- Fan Nickname: "Blood Reaver" is the LOK fans' name given to the Reaver sword that doesn't yet have Raziel's soul inside of it.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: That's right, people. Minister Claude Frollo is the Elder God. Unless you know him better as Megabyte.
- And Constable Odo is Janos Audron.
- Simon Templeman is getting around the videogame scene as of late; even when Defiance was new, he wasn't in many other titles, and was usually just a random bit part when he was in something else. It can be jarring for anyone who played this series to hear him these days, particularly as Loghain in Dragon Age, where he's doing the "Kain Voice" on a character with a lot of screen time.
- Let's not forget Chaz Finster/Drew Pickles, Nihlathak, and The Prophet as Raziel.
- For Turel, we have the voice of Jecht.
- In the Italian dub of Defiance, Kain is hammly voiced by Piccolo's voice actor, while the even hammier Raziel is Deidara. Furthermore, the Elder God is Sir Crocodile, Mortanius is Barbossa and one of the female vampire hunter mooks is voiced by Sakura/Bulma/Nami's voice actress.
- In the French dub, Kain is Morgan Freeman and Raziel is Kevin Costner. For real.
- One of Us: Hilariously inverted; in the behind-the-scenes feature for Soul Reaver 2, Micheal Bell tells of how he had to actually buy a Playstation when Crystal Dynamics sent him a free copy of Soul Reaver. He was eager to see the entire game because of how he imagined it would turn out from the script, and because he used his talent for multiple voices to cover several characters. Being a non-gamer, he couldn't handle the platforming at all and spent two hours trying (and failing) to pass the platforming portion of the tutorial, only for his daughter to be so far beyond it the scene was unrecognizable when he came back from getting a beer out of the fridge.
- Talking to Himself - Michael Bell, Raziel's voice actor, also played Melchiah and various antagonists. Taken to its logical extreme when Raziel confronts his past self.
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