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11-04-2011 @ 4:47AM
While I have settled for the random generator for some of the characters I wasn't certain of, I primarily drew my inspirations for the characters I knew I was going to run around a lot on from games, books, music, and stuff like that. For instance, when I found out druids would be a class for Wargan, I made a character with the name "Barksatdmoon' to reserve it for cata release and planned on running it as a balance and restro to make the name be a triple pun (Bark for the Wargan and restro tree form; Moon for the Moonkin form), and its a damned good song also. Similarly I made a warlock and was originally playing around as a Blood Elf. When I found a hairstyle and such that seemed very "metal" in appearance (as metal as a blood elf could be for that matter) I decided to use a game character from the game Brutal Legends that had come out around the time when I started it up. The last real clever name I came up for a character was a gnome mage that I have left shelfed at lvl 30 called Pogmothoin (Gaelic for kiss my ass) and made him look like an Irishman. Would have done "My pants are on fire" in Gaelic and made it a fire mage... but it would have been too many characters.My priest and warrior that I run on and the shaman that I am leveling right now, I just used the random name generator.
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