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11-02-2011 @ 9:17PM
What's interesting is I just did a small search myself because of this list. At first I thought this list must have used too small of a sample size because half the shaman names are obviously Dwarves which are newest to shaman world. I think Shaman just tend to pick more original names so those lazy dwarves won out. I also have seen many other more popular nicks, but in my small search I realized that this is sorted by class and what people use for their class and not just the popularity of the names in general.For instance, there are indeed more Retbulls than Bubbleøseven. HOWEVER, this ranking is by class and nearly a fourth of the Retbull's are level 1 of various other classes, which means that there are more Bubbleøseven paladins than Retbull paladins.Pyro brought up an interesting point and there are more Pyro toons than nearly any on the list for mages (heck, Harryportal is under 100 toons), but I didn't even make it past the third page before realizing that Pyro is just a very common internet nick (heck, I'm icepyro, formerly vampyro, formerly several other pyro based nicks) and that there are a lot of people who I've seen use those kind of nicks as toon names (I don't, the only icepyro was a DK I made for ICftB events). Yeah, by page 3 of viewing 25 at a time, I saw enough non mage Pyro toons to account for any difference between most of the mage nick counts and the nick Pyro.very interesting list indeed.
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