Whatever comes into contact with David's shadow blade will be pulled into the darkness, never to return. There are only two kinds of beings his fearsome judgment will not work upon: those who do their best to uphold the law and those who do their best to keep their distance from the shadows where he may be lurking.
David is a common male English, French and Spanish given name of Hebrew origin. It is also a surname.
The name David is a derivation of an ancient Mesopotamian given name and appears in the Bible as the Biblical Hebrew name דָּוִד (Dāwīḏ; pronunciation: [dɔːˈviːð], Modern Hebrew: [daˈvid]), meaning "darling" or "beloved". Dudi is a common nickname for David in Hebrew, while Dave and Davy are common English nicknames. The Arabic and Assyrian versions of David are Daud (pronounced "Da-ood") and Dāwūd داود (pronounced [dæːˈwuːd, dæˈwuːd]).
Name days are celebrated on 8 February (for David IV of Georgia), 1 March (for St. David of Wales) and 29 December (for King David), as well as 25 June (St. David of Sweden), 26 June, 9 July (Russia) 26 August, 11 December, and 30 December (Hungary, Latvia, Norway).
Most famous story is David and Goliath