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PostSubject: Where do you get your character names?   Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:30 pm

Alright, here's what I seem to have trouble with.

Whenever I am writing a story, I never seem to have time to actually -think- about what I am naming them, so in return, I end up with cheesyily named characters.

Soooo, I decided to make a thread for people... (like me... or people to help people like me...) to post where they get their names from, etc, etc. ^^

Sound easy?

Now, I have ONE site. ;~;

It's useful, but doesn't have -character/fantasy- friendly names. T~T
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PostSubject: Re: Where do you get your character names?   Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:16 pm

Well the easiest way to name a character is using Latin. For more fantasy based names I would recommend reading the character lists for Tolkien's extended universe or putting together various phonemic sounds from a language(Latin-based, Germanic, Slavic, Asian, aboriginal, native Alaskan/American etc.) to make a nonsense but cool sounding name. Ex. The names I made for the DnD characters that me and my brother never use: Thirinir(Elven mage) and Banarok(Dwarven fighter)


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