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1-05-2011 @ 8:05AM
Tgauchsin - this was the name I was given in the order of the arrow it means good natured one in the Lenni Lenape language. others just looking through various books and using the names
1-05-2011 @ 11:03AM
Awesome. I would have loved to use my vigil name for a character, but it's too long. So for lack of any better ideas, I named my paladin alt Nutiket.
1-05-2011 @ 11:23AM
More OA members! Very nice. It's been at least 15 years since I thought about that... thanks for the refresher.On Topic... I used to be very big into home brewing. Zymurgy is the scientific study of the fermentation process that creates beer... hence my rogue's name Zymurg.
1-05-2011 @ 3:39PM
Mummrah, my hunter main named after...well if you don't know and can't figure out why I have Liono and Snarf pets as well I feel for you. Even though not asked I'll share, I have a fox pet named MichaelJ, a corehound named Cujo, and a monkey with a tiny mining axe named Bubbles (RIP MJ).My pally's name is Mjöllnir, the name of Thor's hammer in norse mythology.My druid is Lughnasadh, one of the 4 major druidic holidays.My Shammy is Trillyan. I was in the middle of re-reading Hitchhiker's guide when I started that toon.My new worgen is named Lonchaney (yes, I know I am referencing LC Jr. but I didn't like the jr at the end)My DK is named Shrubbery ..... Ni was already taken.My undead mage is Jiangshi which is a reanimated corpse in the Chinese culture.My rogue, which I haven't played in years and was a failed attempt at trying to make one of those annoying twinks that used to decimate me in BGs is aptly named Bleedyoudry.
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