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3-24-2012 @ 8:13AM
My Monk's name won't fit in with my usual naming convention. I don't use a particular prefix or anything, but every one of my characters has a Welsh name (aside from my bank alt). I couldn't find a Welsh name for my Monk that sounded right, so she's placeholdered as 'Tsingtao' no idea what it means, but it's a brand of beer my local Chinese restaurant sells.
3-24-2012 @ 8:25AM
It's the name of a city. The meaning is something like "Green Island," - so not too farfetched for a Pandaren.
3-24-2012 @ 11:20AM
Surprised you got that. I went to name my turtle Corona and got an error message that it was "reserved" or something like that. I tried other names of brand specific alcohol and those were reserved as well. A few months later, I found the magic of alt codes, so now my turtle is Coroná. It's the light blue/yellow one from the sandy shores of Tanaris.
3-24-2012 @ 11:25AM
I was surprised too, but it's usable, for now at least. I have a stash of alternative names if it gets reported or I'm unable to use it, but I hope it'll stay usable. My Brewmaster/Mistweaver Monk will suit it.
3-24-2012 @ 3:41PM
The only Welsh monk I know of is Cadfael, from the novels by Edith Pargeter. If you check out a few of the books you may come across a few other monks with Welsh names.
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