- I can not cite it, but there is evidence: They share an eldritch and cephalopodic appearance with the faceless ones, they share the "one" naming scheme with the faceless ones, shapeless ones, and forgotten ones, and three (out of maybe/about four) places that they appear (the army during , Deepfin Ridge above Scalding Chasm, and Throne of the Tides), they are next to faceless ones.-- 16:56, 20 May 2011 (UTC)
Where is your source stating they were mistakenly referred to as demons? Just because YOU don't have a source stating they were infused with demonic energy doesn't mean they aren't demons. On top of that, just because they don't sport horns or hooves doesn't exclude them from being demons either.VisionOfPerfection (talk) 15:28, 30 October 2015 (UTC)VisionOfPerfection
- Because it is obvious that these things are bizarre Old God-y aberrations and not the monstrous beasts and mighty warriors that constitute demon-kind. Anything that looks like it's out of Lovecraft is not a demon, it's an aberration. User:Malcior 5:20, 10/30/2015.
"Anything that looks like it's out of Lovecraft is not a demon, it's an aberration" is not true at all. Doomguards are aberrations and Observer demons look like they're related to the Old Gods. Just because the Merciless ones look like they are related to the Old Gods doesn't mean they aren't demons. They were referred to as demons and there is evidence that suggests that they are demons, so as far as I'm aware of, they're demons.VisionOfPerfection (talk) 22:51, 30 October 2015 (UTC)VisionOfPerfection
- They're demons because you impose your opinion upon this article. So yes, they're demons but for you and ONLY you. Klakmuf 12:51, 31 October 2015
- They're demons because they were referred to as such. So no, they're not demons because I impose my opinion upon this article.VisionOfPerfection (talk) 15:47, 31 October 2015 (UTC)VisionOfPerfection
- They're referred as demon by a goblin who had never seen this species before. Talk about a reference... Klakmuf 11:59, 1 November 2015