One of my more personable 2nd-edition characters I played for several years.
Clarence de Beau de Thurd, a swashbuckling roguish type of guy.
I rolled a rogue on the trial and when I subscribed and hit lvl8-9 I couldn't get groups (between mod2 and 3)
So I rolled a cleric (Not rolled, clicked ok, next ok )
I named her Arnya after my step-daughter Anya (But had to add a 'r' to be unique)
She was pretty bloody popular back on Adar - capped every mod, one of the first to 1750, all the dragon gear before the DQ came out...
Still can't delete my gimp 28 point cleric with 16con and 8.5 ranks in UMD that heals for 952HP per crit
BLACK MANTIS - Sarlona
A r n y a - T o r c h e - S l i m m - D e b t - E p o x y - R e t r o g r a d e - P i n e t r e eNOW YOU WILL KNOW TRUE POWER
I came up with Queleri while playing Gemstone III back in high school, I always like names that start with an odd letter like Q, Z, X, etc. so I've just kind of stuck with it. I don't remember the exact details on how I came up with it, but was reading a Star Wars book at the time and I believe the bad guys name was Kuellar, and my mom had some hair spray Jheri or something like that and it eventually just lead me to Queleri.
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Haha... funny stuff.
My name comes from: ORIGIN Middle English hennes (sense 3) : from earlier henne (from Old English heonan, of Germanic origin, related to he ) + -s 3 (later respelled -ce to denote the unvoiced sound).
Hahahaha... I never really had a reason to post on forums before, but this game forced me, hence I had to make a forum name.
I originally wanted to create a Paladin named Hence Forth, but Paladins suck the seeds out of avocados. So I had to use it as my forum name.
my name is the first d&d character i created back in the old days, it was great bringing him to the comp screen after all these years and he looks just like he did back then.
akla thornfist lev 17fighter- healalot thornfist lev 19cleric- aklasek thornfist 13fighter 4 paly- healthis thornfist lev 17 32pt cleric- seakla lev 8 rogue, proud member of unbreakable
My forum name comes from World of Warcraft: Tyrande Whisperwind, a powerful alliance boss character that need a raid party (40) of level 70 characters to potentially defeat.
I have also planned to use this character name for my Elf or Drow Druid, which I have been waiting for 2 years now.
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
My name was orginally to be Azor'alq, but you didn't allow for the apostrophe. I rather enjoy coming up with unique names that can be hard to say, or at least, can be.
When I was in high school, we had some football rosters done by Pepsi. They looked great, but they COMPLETELY misspelled the town names. One of them was Eustis, which they spelled Ustice. We were making fun of this in Spanish class, and pronounced it like you would in Spanish (oo-STEE-say), and it became like this... character. I don't remember the details about it, but when it came time to pick a name on some of the local BBS's (if you are an old-fart-geek like me, and you remember those) I thought of that. Since then, there hasn't been another one online that I have seen. Since it is 5 letters (yay!), pronounceable, and original, I stuck with it.
I can never come up with names for characters, so coming up with a forum name... yeah. So I just chose this little thing. I figured it fit will as I would forget things on occasion, let alone I'd also see how many people would try to insult me by attempting to point at my name when they disagreed with my statements. So far I've counted only one.
From Welsh myth, Arianrhod is most often described as a moon goddess or priestess.
She was my favorite character from the Mabinogion, vain and unrepentant. She wanted to pass herself off as a virgin (it being a particularly prestigious fad at the time), but got tricked into bearing not one, but two children. She refused to acknowledge their existence, and when pressed, kept cursing poor Llew (the firstborn) with terrible fates. She came to a bad end, and so did both children (mostly her doing), but it made for a great story.
Quarion could have easily rapped off a list of the quest names (and levels) for Mod 6, and I am sure that would have garnered alot more posts than this.
Clerics of Fernia
King of Stormreach
(and if you disagree with me, then you can treat me like a Nintendo Cartridge )
My name is a Dutch Derivative of
Dank je wel ("dahnk yuh vel") -- Thank you very much
knock off the dahn and you get the rough form of Kavel.
and Havae is a small Fijian Island north of Fiji (Viti Levu) and South West of Tuvalu for all the google earthers out there.
Latitude: 12° 28' 60 S
Longitude: 177° 7' 0 E
And it's a real Island Paradise
Awesome thread, I always like seeing how people generate names for their characters, which ultimately, is a fragment of their self-evaluated personality.
Mtmouse3 is my first e-mail address from long LONG ago, and that, is a derivative of my nickname (Mighty Mouse) I had when I was in the Army. Even though I was the shortest member of my unit, I could do more push-ups than anyone, and routinely scored 270+ (out of 300 possible) on the Physical Fitness Evaluation exam.
Plus, I like Mighty Mouse, I think he is cool :P
Shaamis is REBORN!
Stronger!Faster! DRUNKER THAN EVER!!!
The Dread Gazebo story is really funny.
“Logic is the anatomy of thought” Locke
Tyaen - Cleric 20
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