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Associated with the colour red
Santa used to be depicted in many more colours. Coca-Cola helped solidify his red coat in popular culture
Has many names
e.g. Santa Claus, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle - Satan, Lucifer, Beelzebub etc.
Flies around with magical reindeer
They bullied Rudolph until they realised he had value to them. Great lesson.
Descends into a place where fires burn
Satan descends into hell, Santa descends into many fireplaces
Lives in Antarctica
Santa lives in Lapland or the North Pole, Satan lives in hell
Played on film by Al Pacino
The Devil's Advocate (1997)
Played on film by Tim Allen
The Santa Clause (1994) and sequels
Has been depicted as an enemy of Jesus
Santa e.g. in South Park's Santa vs Jesus, Satan in general
Has many assistants
Satan commands demons, Santa commands elves
Based on a real person
Santa is based on Saint Nicholas of Myra, in modern day Turkey
Santa gives no presents to naughty children, Satan torments sinners in hell
Used to be an angel
Satan is depicted as a fallen angel, as are his demons
Known as Nick
Saint Nick and Old Nick
Mentioned in songs by Elvis Presley
e.g. Santa Claus Is Back in Town, (You're The) Devil in Disguise
Proven to actually exist today (SPOILER ALERT!)
There's no solid evidence for either existing, though millions believe in both
The last question is about actual evidence. Have made that clearer in the question. I have to go with proof not faith for a question like that. Not even all Christians believe that Satan actually exists... first result on google brings up a nationwide poll suggesting that the majority of American Christians don't.
Glad you enjoyed the quiz :)
I would also probably say "where fires are present," or something like that.
Agree with the original questionmaster on the last one. Specifies proof rather than faith - and indeed most Christians don't believe in the literal existence of Satan. Nor indeed do most Satanists, in my experience.
Edit: here's a Biblical reference
At every mouth he with his teeth was crunching, A sinner, in the manner of a brake, So that he three of them tormented thus.
(One of the three being Judas Iscariot.)
I prefer to allow for some thought in a (hopefully!) fun quiz like this as opposed to making everything dry and over explained. I've already changed questions more than I would like.