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Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 12:34 pm
by Lokakisa
Magickal Menagerie has this type of djinn, called Midori. They are healers and sound interesting.
Does anyone have experience with them?

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 12:50 pm
by Satan's Hellcat
Lokakisa wrote:Magickal Menagerie has this type of djinn, called Midori. They are healers and sound interesting.
Does anyone have experience with them?


Lokahisa, You're an active lil sprout. into everything! Good for you! I have heard of the Midori, never kept one.

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 1:00 pm
by Lokakisa
SikruaSuncat wrote:
Lokakisa wrote:Magickal Menagerie has this type of djinn, called Midori. They are healers and sound interesting.
Does anyone have experience with them?


Lokahisa, You're an active lil sprout. into everything! Good for you! I have heard of the Midori, never kept one.


I am an ever-inquistive little kitty. =^.^=

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 1:42 pm
by darkwing dook
Well, midori does mean "green" in Japanese, and that's all I know:)

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 1:44 pm
by Lokakisa
darkwing wrote:Well, midori does mean "green" in Japanese, and that's all I know:)


Hm, I wonder if it is a type of Japanese spirit then? Or Japanese djinn?

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 2:17 pm
by psianogen
Lokakisa wrote:
darkwing wrote:Well, midori does mean "green" in Japanese, and that's all I know:)


Hm, I wonder if it is a type of Japanese spirit then? Or Japanese djinn?


It is a kind of melon liquor also. So yup, its a spirit!

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 2:29 pm
by MoonSpiritBoutique
I imagine they're using it as a descriptor. Djinn are not Japanese in the slightest, so it's an interesting name to add to them. Midori does in fact mean 'green', so it may be MM's fancy way of writing "Green Djinn". Green tends to be a color associated with healing, so I can see where the label comes from.

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 2:32 pm
by furrybunny
Hi! You should ask mm what Midori is. Only they would know. They usually respond within a week on their Facebook.


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Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 2:37 pm
by Lokakisa
MoonSpiritBoutique wrote:I imagine they're using it as a descriptor. Djinn are not Japanese in the slightest, so it's an interesting name to add to them. Midori does in fact mean 'green', so it may be MM's fancy way of writing "Green Djinn". Green tends to be a color associated with healing, so I can see where the label comes from.


Hah yeah, Djinn aren't Norse either but yet some people sell them, lol.
I suspect "djinn," "jinn," or "genie" are used to describe "helpful spirits" from other cultures (such as some alfar and jotnar could be in Norse lore).
Which makes me wonder if this is like a helpful Asian spirit, since it says, "The beautiful Midori Jinn is a huge symbol of wealth and well-being."

furrybunny wrote:Hi! You should ask mm what Midori is. Only they would know. They usually respond within a week on their Facebook.


True, but I was more wondering if anyone here had experiences to share. I may get one in the future.

Re: Midori djinn

Posted: Tue May 24, 2016 2:38 pm
by furrybunny
I have one from her but healing is not his specialty. He's a sweetie but I only worked with him for a few weeks.


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