- Domovoi (disambiguation)
Domovoi may refer to:
- Domovoi, a household spirit in Slavic mythology and folklore.
- Domovoi Butler is the name of Artemis's faithful bodyguard, known only as "Butler".
- In Quest for Glory 4, a Domovoi is involved in one of the side quests needed to complete the game and was found at night in the inn.
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