As soon as i saw the name Testificate", i knew that it must have ment something in some other launguage. I went to work immediatly. First i treid Swedish, but nothing. Then latin. In Latin "Testificate" means "Witnessed". In italian, it means "testify". I just tought id share this. If i find out it means something else, like an easter egg of sorts, il post it here.
I like them, and although these ARE supposed to be the priests I don't think it'll end up having had anything to do with testifying or witnessing... it's possible, but I'd assumed it was just a silly name with the word test in it.
Verb: (in the Roman Catholic Church) Officiate as bishop, esp. at Mass.
Noun: (in the Roman Catholic Church) The office of pope or bishop.
using the term pontificate loosely in a religious connotation it's a testificate... a test monk in robes :tongue.gif:
that's all there is to it.
it's dressed in monk robes arms crossed piously it's a test mob therefore a testificate instead of a pontificate
possible of course, I'm not sure if that is the idea however, do all the different classes have test-role names? guess we'll probably find out, it would make sense but we can never say for certain until someone confirms it.