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12-08-2011 @ 8:13AM
I read through the book that came with the game and found the class description for the Mage to be most appealing. Not surprising given that I've always tended to choose cloth casters (I played a FOnewmn on PSO).Naming was an interesting act of iteration. As a troll, I wanted to find something that sounded badass. Starting with the name Morgoth as my inspiration ( the big bad from LotR) I hemmed and hawed over how I could make a neat sounding name that wasn't too derivative. I finally ended up choosing Gimorth.
12-08-2011 @ 8:41AM
I thought I was the only one that read that book :p
12-08-2011 @ 8:54AM
@NoyouNope, definitely not the only person to have read Lord of the Rings. That would be surprising. And Tales of Numenor and Middle Earth and the Silmarillion were a lot more popular than you would think.
12-08-2011 @ 9:30AM
@anuPerhaps Noyou meant "the book that came with the game", as Naray wrote.
12-08-2011 @ 9:39AM
I was thinking he just meant the Silmarillion. I don't think Morgoth is actually named in LotR aside from naming the Balrog of Morgoth.
12-08-2011 @ 9:54AM
I'm guessing he means the book that came with the game, not LotR.
12-08-2011 @ 1:47PM
My naming system (been outmoded as I got better at making names, but still...):Step 1: Take class nameStep 2: Add "-y"Step 3: ???Step 4: PROFIT
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