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3-24-2012 @ 8:14AM
My characters are either from favorite old names from my own story-writing, or from latin roots where the meaning of the word has to do with the type of character I'm creating - my DK's name means destruction, for instance, and druids and the like get names with roots like "verde" and "luna" - it's fun, and the name feels more meaningful when I'm done. Plus one "Krowe" - a tribute to the most awesome druid ever. Go team Thisalee! Stabbity in the name of good!I don't see why it wouldn't work for pandas, too!
3-25-2012 @ 2:44PM
Wanted to point out, for those that aren't aware, that when you are "saving" names now, we have quite a bit longer to wait before that name is free for use with other accounts. Once a name is associated with an account, even after deletion, instead of one hour, the name is reserved for NINETY (yes 90!) DAYS. So if you plan to save the name with a free account, count on relinquishing it 3 months before you are going to be using it to create your pandaren, or whatever your monk of choice will be.
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