What are the Norse names in Skyrim


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This thread is here so you can write about the names of your characters.

E.g.
How do you get the name?
Why this name?
Does he mean something?
Does it match your character?

So I'll start with:
Malus Darkblade
from a Warhammer book
Because he fits a dark elf (in the book a Druchii is called something like n dark elf)
Malus Black Blade
Yes, since I mostly play as an assassin $ §p4
MFG Sheitan§wink

Most important to me, the name has to match the character.
So it depends on what type of person I assemble myself.
If he becomes an assassin, I will probably call him the same as my local one, but I won't tell you what the name means. That's just me and my victims at $ hatchback

The name has to match the breed, I think.
Athaso Dres, Dunmer.Athaso is derived from other Dunmer names and Dres is one of the royal houses of Morrowind, the home of the Dark Elves.

How do you get the name?
Why this name?
Does he mean something?
Does it match your character?

- At least for now, my name will remain a secret.
-Because it sounds good and sounds Roman (I like Roman names).
- It originated from half of my nickname in a chat. Since I'm into Roman names, I added a certain syllable to that half of my nickname and it was perfect. After some research it turned out that I hadn't invented this name, but had existed for a long time. : D Well, fail, but still a nice and rare name. Maybe I'll change it somehow so that it is really unique. : rolleyes:
- It suits me, then it also suits my character. :)

Well, I make sure that the names match the breed, often there is no German meaning. However, I have also used German names, which has often happened, especially with Argonians (e.g. frequent swimmers, pulls-the-rope-faster).

After some research it turned out that it wasn't I who invented this name, but that it had been around for a long time. : D Well, fail, but still a nice and rare name. Maybe I'll change it somehow so that it is really unique. : rolleyes:


Well, the chance that you "invent" a unique name is very slim ...
But still wish you the best of luck: gratz

I also try names again and again, although I also like to go into Roman-Greek and "steal" names: D

My name: Cyrus
Since I am not very creative in inventing new names and there have already been two more or less important people with this name in TES ... and I just like the name, I give it to my redguard. The second char is called Manwe again, if I can't think of anything else. Doesn't go too badly with a redguard. In any case, I don't want two characters of the same name in the game on one PC.

Well, the chance that you will "invent" a unique name is very slim ...
I wish you good luck anyway

Why? : dnuhr:

Spontaneous name invention: Atruposilaminiekos

Well, I bet it hasn't been around until now.

No, kidding aside, but to find a really good and catchy name is not that easy.

That's right, I've racked my brains over it for hours in my life. Took syllables from names or terms and crossed them with other syllables from other terms or names and then here and there a letter away or back. : D That can be very tricky.

My favorite names are always:

Santuran, Suntarni, Santarun, Sunturan, etc

So everything is very creative: D

Another useful name:

Nameless §knin§knin§knin§knin§knin§knin

How do I get the name: Long desperate search for a name that I really really really like
Why this name: Because it sounds neutral and I don't want it to be Roman, Greek, Japanese, African or whatever
Does it mean something: He shaped a character for me that I try to create in every game and that is unique.
Does it match my character: The name sounds neutral and so is my character.

I think that's important for the character. I don't call North Kyrgiakos or something like that: D
North: Ulfgar Gunnarson
Orc: Ogrog Gro-Bolmog
Imperial: Sanctus Tinus
Dunmer: (Can't think of anything now)
Altmer: Uranek or something and then "the magician" behind it
Argonians: Shimmerfin ....... somehow don't find the Argonian names so cool
Bosmer: Legolas: D ....... Telvanni or Aldur
Breton: Also something like the Kaiselichen
Rothwadone: Chris Turk;), Romeru

Now and then I get inspiration from real people.

A female eleven was then called Selina without further ado: D

Another useful name:

Nameless §knin§knin§knin§knin§knin§knin

In my opinion it has something. Since the name of the protagonist is never pronounced anyway, that would be cool, especially as the assassin of the Dark Brotherhood

Right.

Or maybe names like prisoner, legionnaire, stranger.

Right.

Or maybe names like prisoner, legionnaire, stranger.

Stranger: D. Like the "stranger" from the abandoned house in Anvil;)

Wow that was unknown. I never thought it was the gray fox: D

And before anyone gets upset: I won't put an Oblivion Lore in a spoiler in a forum about Skyrim. (Copyright for this sentence is loved by Manwe)

Wow that was unknown. I never thought it was the gray fox: D

And before anyone gets upset: I won't put an Oblivion Lore in a spoiler in a forum about Skyrim.

Has it already been seen in the eyes ..... Otherwise I like all these names like, Flossenschwimmer, or other character traits. E.g. Aldur the thief, or the liar from Oblivion

I will certainly not put an Oblivion Lore in a spoiler in a forum about Skyrim.
My sentence: o


I think that's important for the character. I don't call North Kyrgiakos or anything
North: Ulfgar Gunnarson
Orc: Ogrog Gro-Bolmog
Imperial: Sanctus Tinus
Dunmer: (Can't think of anything now)
Altmer: Uranek or something and then "the magician" behind it
Argonians: Shimmerfin ....... somehow don't find the Argonian names so cool
Bosmer: Legolas ....... Telvanni or Aldur
Breton: Also something like the Kaiselichen
Rothwadone: Chris Turk, Romeru
That is also important to me ... only that Legolas is under Bosmer with you makes me aggressive. xD Bretons always have French names, in case you've never noticed;) My only clue to tell them apart from imperial ones ..

edit: Nah, Chris Turk is really not a Redguard name ... that's not even a good name for a black guy.: D first had to google who that was supposed to be ..

My sentence: o


That is also important to me ... only that Legolas is under Bosmer with you makes me aggressive. xD Bretons always have French names, in case you've never noticed;) My only clue to tell them apart from imperial ones ..

Sorry about Legolas ..... Right, you're right about the Bretons. I really never noticed

He would say "Ooooh mannnn" and throw his arms in the air. xD

Nene, he would say: "Just because I'm black, etc.". And then throw your arms in the air or run to J.D ..... but back to the topic:

As I said, I also like Latin names. The Nordic ones too ...... But I can't think of any Dunmer names except Valen Dred: D. The name is remembered after he has been murdered;)

Good old VAlen: D

I just named a Dunmerin Azura, in the absence of other names ^^

But Daedra or Aedra names can certainly be used well, simply on the grounds that the parents were religious fanatics. : D

I don't like the Nordic names, they are so harmless and somehow opaque, yours here in the forum too, sorry, nothing against you personally. : D Latin names, oh yes.

Yeah, I agree with you Santuran
Daedra or Aedra fanatic: D

Good old VAlen: D

I just named a Dunmerin Azura, in the absence of other names ^^

But Daedra or Aedra names can certainly be used well, simply on the grounds that the parents were religious fanatics. : D

Something like Azura or what?
I'm not in favor of equating your character with a god. My character should be an unknown average citizen beforehand, or the parents are irreligious;)

I'm not into the Nordic names, they are so harmless and somehow opaque, yours here in the forum too, sorry, nothing against you personally. : D Latin names, oh yes.

I think the Nordic names have something. By such names I imagine the warriors of ancient times, where honor and glory were concerned. But Latin names are also nice;)

Well, if you're interested in Nordic culture anyway. I am interested in the Germanic and Roman culture and therefore often try to find names for characters.

Well, if you're interested in Nordic culture anyway. I am interested in the Germanic and Roman culture and therefore often try to find names for characters.

That's right ...... Somehow you have to call it yes. For example, I think Caius Julius and Thordred Emirsson are not that bad :)

You can take many names from one of the TES games for other RPG's or for Skyrim ... e.g. Caius Cosadas etc: D

I also like dwarf names. Well, maybe not Gimli right now, but Zoltan or something? Always sounds fun :)

I always give my characters my own name.

My High Elf Char with which I get into the game is called Nocturnal or Molag Bal, depending on whether he is male or female (I haven't decided yet ^^) But that has to do with the background story I came up with for my Altmer Chars ^^

The topic of the thread fits well into the thread (http://forum.worldofplayers.de/forum/showthread.php?t=950186) here.

My high elf character with whom I enter the game is called Nocturnal or Molag Bal, depending on whether he is male or female (I haven't decided yet ^^) But that has to do with the background story I came up with for my Altmer characters ^^

Isn't that the name of the Daedra Prince or am I wrong? But it also has something, although I want to have my own name and don't think to myself: Oh Nocturnal talks to Nocturnal or the other way around;)

But in itself a good idea

Yes, are Daedra Prince names ^^ But as I said, it has something to do with my background story, but it would be way too long to write it down here. I'm role-playing through and through ^^ Altmer are the only ones with me By the way, my high elf from Oblivion was called Sheogorath, which, in retrospect, suited XD quite well

I would find it strange to give my characters the names of known people / deities / whatever, because I would feel a bit strange if I met this NPC / Daedra statue and maybe even had to do a task for him. If then I would use a similar name, for example Molag Natim, so that I could still build a good story about it, but then I wouldn't feel stupid.

I also thought about the similar name, but I can't think of any good derivatives of Daedra names ^^ Molag Natim sounds pretty okay in my opinion ^^ If you had something similar for Nocturnal, it would be perfect, but you're not my personal name generator ^^
Something like stranger, prisoner, or the like. I personally wouldn't like it that much, but it's a matter of taste ^^

How about Nocturiel? Or Noctelan? Or Noctoveus? I would think of quite a few, I don't know if you like them. Although I think Nocturiel is the best.

Hmmmm, yes, Nocturiel is good, I'll take that, thanks ^^
But so that there is also something related to the topic in my post: I'll call my Argonian shadow step. Firstly, it goes well with his story, and secondly, well with an assassin, in my opinion ^^

I would find it strange to give my characters the names of known people / deities / whatever, because I would feel a bit strange if I met this NPC / Daedra statue and maybe even had to do a task for him. If then I would use a similar name, for example Molag Natim, so that I could still build a good story about it, but then I wouldn't feel stupid.

Yeah, I agree with you, it’s confusing.
But rather a name as a legionnaire, citizen, fugitive or something like that: D

-_-

Well, that's right: D

Some people also take names from other games, or TV series, films, etc.

But typical northern names are relatively easy to find, you just have to google Vikings: D

-_-

Well, that's right: D

Some people also take names from other games, or TV series, films, etc.

But typical northern names are relatively easy to find, you just have to google Vikings: D

For the emperors after Roman names, for Bretons after French, for Kajhit after typical cat names (Muze or so);), for the red wadons just Nelson or Romeru or something, something African

And Argonians? :)

But a good idea to connect Bretons with the French.

I always have a hard time with Ork names, all the names I can think of have already been found in NPC's, does anyone have ideas?

And Argonians? :)

But a good idea to connect Bretons with the French.

I always have a hard time with Ork names, all the names I can think of have already been found in NPC's, does anyone have ideas?

Orc names are actually quite simple. Burz gro -Kash or Gromal gra -Balmo or something. With women it is always gray and with men it is always great as an intermediary connection.
I can't think of any names at Argoneirn :)

I always have a hard time with Ork names, all the names I can think of have already been found in NPC's, does anyone have ideas?

Let yourself be inspired by The Lord of the Rings. Most of the orcs are not mentioned by name, but the Urukhai (or how it is spelled) is definitely mentioned.

The Urukhai is awesome.

Saruman: "To whom have you sworn your allegiance?"

Urukhai: "Saaruumaaan!"

: D

: D

Well, Redguards are simply baptized Cyrus by me;)

I hope some soldiers get names in Skyrim too. At Oblivion, every soldier was simply called Wake: rolleyes: also the soldiers for whom quests were accepted.

http://tamriel-rebuilt.org/index.php?p=modding_data%2Fngen&race=ORC&gender=male&count=10

There is a TES name generator for each breed, it would make sense to orientate yourself on the style, for example:

Uramul Shatub
Bagamul Magadb
Gakken Agum
Yadbaam Glorku
Bagamu Dugum
Dreggs Khagra
Ra'Gru Bashnag
Shakh Bol
Bagamu Shugarz

http://tamriel-rebuilt.org/index.php?p=modding_data%2Fngen&race=ORC&gender=male&count=10

There is a TES name generator for each breed, it would make sense to orientate yourself on the style, for example:

Uramul Shatub
Bagamul Magadb
Gakken Agum
Yadbaam Glorku
Bagamu Dugum
Dreggs Khagra
Ra'Gru Bashnag
Shakh Bol
Bagamu Shugarz

Really cool ....... really good names come out for each race ..... but some names are strange or sound bizarre or are not easy to pronounce ..... with the Argonians this is probably intentional ;)

Really cool ....... really good names come out for each race ..... but some names are strange or sound bizarre or are not easy to pronounce ..... with the Argonians this is probably intentional ;)

Well, I think it consists of lore-technical syllables or something, but above all you can get a good overview of the style of naming.

But with the Argonians it fits, "Pull the rope faster" or something like that tells you that in Oblivion.

Well, I think it consists of lore-technical syllables or something, but above all you can get a good overview of the style of naming.

But with the Argonians it fits, "Pull the rope faster" or something like that tells you that in Oblivion.

That's right. I just meant something like J'krashnika or something, although that could also be a cat :)

Thanks for the link to the name generator: gratz§wink

It helps really well with a new character creation :)


Sometimes the German names are really better for the Argonians.

Mostly choose my names based on whether they roughly match the breed. But that is not absolutely necessary for me. The direction from which my names come are mostly of Roman origin or of Nordic / Germanic deities. Freya as a woman, Thor as a man - roughly speaking. Otherwise, I also tend to take names from other games from time to time.

I think the Argonian names that also sound Argonian, because they just sound Argonian and not so stupidly German. Pull the rope faster, that's not the name of an honorable Argonian, but rather a Telvanni slave.

I think the Argonian names that also sound Argonian, because they just sound Argonian and not so stupidly German.Pull the rope faster, that's not the name of an honorable Argonian, but rather a Telvanni slave.

Honorable Argonian. I think they're pretty rogue. Dunmer, Nord and Orc are the only real thing. And the names sound good too :)

I think the Argonian names that also sound Argonian, because they just sound Argonian and not so stupidly German. Pull the rope faster, that's not the name of an honorable Argonian, but rather a Telvanni slave.

There are also Argonians as slaves and they are not really honorable ... rather insidious and a bit - very bad $ §p4

But is only my opinion: D

Nothing against Argonians here. But regardless of whether they are honorable or not, I find German names for Argonians just stupid. You don't want your Dunmer's name to be Peter either, why should an Argonian be called City Swimmer?

Nothing against Argonians here. But regardless of whether they are honorable or not, I find German names for Argonians just stupid. You don't want your Dunmer's name to be Peter either, why should an Argonian be called City Swimmer?

Yes that's true. but if someone wants to be called peter he should, but I could nieeeeee ....: D

Nothing against Argonians here. But regardless of whether they are honorable or not, I find German names for Argonians just stupid. You don't want your Dunmer's name to be Peter either, why should an Argonian be called City Swimmer?

Probably the Argon name was just too complicated for the people of Bravil.

And since this Argonian may have often swum (disgusting) in the canal, he simply got the name Statdschwimmer.

I still liked something like city swimmers, Santuran's theory fits there, Pull-the-rope-Faster is just a simple sailor and Tooth-in-the-Sea is obviously just a nickname. You want to be called that, what the heck. That makes sense.

Probably the Argon name was just too complicated for the people of Bravil.

And since this Argonian may have often swum (disgusting) in the canal, he simply got the name Statdschwimmer.

That will probably be the explanation, but it doesn't mean that I think it's good. The Argonians are just as entitled to use their real names as all other races. Barus also has a sensible name and does not mean Let Emperor Die.

True, but Manwe's theory that the Argonians themselves want to be called that fits.


Something new would be goblins with names that you have to fight in a quest or who give up quests to the hero.

What would such a goblin name be? And please don't come with Golom: D

Can goblins talk at all? So we know about trolls, but goblins?: Dnuhr: Anyway, I wonder if there are goblins at all, they haven't been named yet.

Hopefully: eek:

They were my favorite dead-mock opponents: D

However, there is already a thread for such speculations.

But typical goblin names don't exist, right?

Can't think of any .... was there ever one in the Tes series?

Wasn't there the quest where you have to resolve the dispute between the goblin tribes? Couldn't the goblin shaman be talking? I'm not quite sure anymore, but it could have been that way

I wouldn't think of a name either ........ maybe. something in the direction of Kahjiit or something ...

Wasn't there the quest where you have to resolve the dispute between the goblin tribes? Couldn't the goblin shaman be talking?

No, the goblins at Cropsford in Oblivion couldn't talk.

Archaea of ​​Archer, archer. Funnily enough, archaea is a generic term for all unicellular organisms, only found out today: D
Alysaara because it went so well with the name.
I posted the story of the two of them (ohhh yes, it's almost epic in length) in the Skyrim "my first char" thread, if you want to read it, scroll down page 7 until a post from a guy with orange as an avatar is there. A spoiler should be visible.

Goblins can talk.

As sentient creatures, goblins have their own language. Not much is known about her. The only known word is Irgola, which means something like master.
http://www.scharesoft.de/joomla/almanach/index.php/Goblin
On the Summerset Islands, the Altmer goblins keep themselves as slaves and talk to them.

@Jonny:
My statement was based on Oblivion.
They could only grunt and not talk. : p

Maybe this grunt is your language?

Then you would have to grunt their names: P

Is Goblin's name perhaps not pronounceable?

Maybe this grunt is your language?

Then you would have to grunt their names: P

Is Goblin's name perhaps not pronounceable?

Question after question ........ I think that goblins have names because they live in social groups as far as can be seen. They certainly don't call themselves Goblin 1, Goblin 2 or King Goblin or something like that: D

For the civilized peoples of Tamriel, these names may really not be pronounced

My first char is a Nord with the name Sjorvar, I found it very suitable because it just sounds Nordic and is currently also using it in Oblivion.

My first char is a Nord with the name Sjorvar, I found it very suitable because it just sounds Nordic and is currently also using it in Oblivion.

Finally not an Argonian fan. You're a buddy;).
Why Sjorvar? Did you come up with it yourself or from a game somewhere ..... At least it sounds appropriate :)

I ever play a north (: D) then certainly only such names:

Eyjof, Leif, Hal,

Possible surnames:

Svensson, Eirikson, Hakonson,

Do the names sound familiar?

I ever play a north (: D) then certainly only such names:

Eyjof, Leif, Hal,

Possible surnames:

Svensson, Eirikson, Hakonson,

Do the names look familiar to someone?

Nordic surnames are generally simple. The father's name with a "son" on it. For women just "dottr";)

E.g.
How do you get the name?
Why this name?
Does he mean something?
Does it match your character?


Interesting. Won't you play a nameless person anyway, who will be called "Doverkin" (LOL Doofer'king?: D) by the dragons anyway? ;)

At the moment I don't have any proper names, if you can give one and have to find out more about the races and so on before I make my favorite choice. ; 3


mfg: gratz §wink

Finally not an Argonian fan. You're a buddy;).
Why Sjorvar? Did you come up with it yourself or from a game somewhere ..... At least it sounds appropriate :)

a trainer of the blades in morrowind was called i think so.

Finally not an Argonian fan. You're a buddy;).


I'm "also" not an Argonian fan: 3 and inevitably not even a Khajit fan ^^
* Languor * * wants to cuddle Khajit * xDDD

I suppose my character will be Breton again: 3 I like magic and magic skills. ;)


mfg: gratz §wink

My Dunmer in Morrowind and Oblivion was called Brin. The name comes from a Warhammer40k book. Since I'm going to play a Nord in Skyrim for the time being, the name is taken from Norse mythology. Let's see if my character is named directly after an Aesir or generally gets a Nordic name: D

If it's a man, I always call my character Ezio Auditore da Firenze: o
Must be a bit of AC feeling. (It is astonishing that the name even fits into the line.): D
And when she turns a woman, her name is Claire Redfield.
Name comes from Resident Evil. And why, because I'm playing Resident Evil on the 3DS.

In TES I didn't really care about the name of the figure, because I only see it when I open the inventory.

In TES I didn't really care about the name of the figure, because I only see it when I open the inventory.

In Morrowind, however, people use this to speak to you.

Actually, I always call my characters Hayas derived from the "proper name" http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenien Armeniens ... why? .. because I "torture" myself with a hobby-like interest in that country ^^ Otherwise, stop Phil, short for na guess what name ^^ .... exactly Horst !!! ^^

my first character is a nord. the name will probably be Eldvör, a Nordic woman's name, according to the website, means "she is careful of the fire", or Dáð means "heroic deed, virtue". (Does anyone know how to pronounce Dáð? Looks like the phonetic sign for th, which is pronounced as d ..). It is more Eldvör, so you can think a little story behind it. Until now the name was Thalia because I didn't feel like looking for anything.
Ms. 2, a Dunmerin, uses the name Carasia. (I like the German pronunciation "karasia" (with the voiced s) as much as the English "käräisa" (with the s ne mixture of "garage" 2. g and voiced s. Wtf.)) In an MMO I occasionally games, Fiesta Online, there are monsters called "Karasian soldiers" (or templars). Sounds nice, a little mystical.
Somehow no names at all that fit into the other series of names.

Names like prisoner, refugee or baron and that also sound great. maybe I'll think of other names again.

I once had a dark barrel named Lledana Hladu ...
She had a rather complex backstory that boils down to the fact that she turns from a loyal champion of the Knight of the Nine to a sinister assassin who serves the Dark Brotherhood with body and soul.

This was her in Oblivion ... (I think I'll take over the character after Skyrim, adapted of course: D)

http://s10.directupload.net/images/100812/5b3v8iz6.png
http://s5.directupload.net/images/100812/czqilbe4.png

Honestly, pretty Dunmer woman, right? ^ 2 ^

http://s10.directupload.net/images/100812/5b3v8iz6.png
http://s5.directupload.net/images/100812/czqilbe4.png

Honestly, pretty Dunmer woman, right? ^ 2 ^

Yep! Mods?

Yep! Mods?

Yup - HGEC body replacer (I think) and the fiddle she wears also comes from a few different mods :)

Yup - HGEC body replacer (I think) and the fumble she wears also comes from a few different mods :)

We want names! $ §P4

Phew, that was a long time ago ... I don't even know what your name was ...

Ok, the first outfit is Ambossador of Darkness (http://www.scharesoft.de/joomla/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=27&func=fileinfo&id=1662) and the second was the Westwind crook outfit (http: // www. pagan-tes-mods.com/portal/index.php/oblivion/bekleidung-und-schmuck/228-westwind-gauneroutfit).

I call my character "Nordberg" because the first time I'll start with the "standard breed", the Nord.

My dark elf will be called Jinnarin, and my high elf Erilona :)
Maybe I'll create an imperial man who'll be called Isalius.

A north named Brainn. Or something else. : D Who knows.

I will call my dick or forbidden, it doesn't matter. The name is at most in some menu and is never pronounced anyway. : dnuhr:

For me, giving the character a real name that I like and fits is an important part of the role-play, even if you only see it in the character window and never hear it spoken out loud.

Hm, I don't know if my Breton is more in the direction of closed archers:

http://tesnexus.com/downloads/images/11206-4-1272840411.jpg


Or honorable warrior, with "magic on board" against should, I think there are already matching faces among the preset Bretons.

Bretons are always good;) Of course I tend to the former, but I think that Bretons are great battle mages in heavy armor with swords, something can be done guaranteed.

To everyone who either can't make up their minds or doesn't have enough imagination: http://www.rinkworks.com/namegen/

At the moment I don't have any proper names, if you can give one and have to find out more about the races and so on before I make my favorite choice. ; 3
mfg: gratz §wink
Same here.
If the character creation menu is clapped in front of me, my decision will be influenced by the different races after all. I don't remember exactly, but I think I can remember that you can play cat people again.
Then it'll be Anthro time again. §gossip

Finally not an Argonian fan. You're a buddy;).
Why Sjorvar? Did you come up with it yourself or from a game somewhere ..... At least it sounds appropriate :)

I came up with the name myself, derived from Fjol au OdD and Hlormar (wineskin) from Morrowind.


a trainer of the blades in morrowind was called i think so.

not that I know of: dnuhr:

Actually, I always call my characters Hayas derived from the "proper name" http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenien Armenien ... why? .. because I am "tortured" by a hobby-like interest in that country ^^ Otherwise, stop Phil, short for na guess what name ^^ .... exactly Horst !!! ^^

One of the best / funniest posts I've read in a long time xD thx 1st time for it: D

BTT:
Yeah, I always give them strange names. E.g. I have now called an Argonian "Put the sword in the scabbard", I was inspired by "Pull the rope faster", so most of the names are "dumb cheek": D

I don't know what I'll be playing in Skyrim yet, but if it's imperial, Rob §wink

My first character, a tough but good-hearted northern warrior, will probably be called Thurgan or Burizyf. He will have long hair and a beard, and will prefer to use swords but only light armor. He is also very interested in magic, preferably restoration, and will, if given the opportunity, receive further training in the field. Thurgan / Burizyf doesn't like laws either, but he would never kill for money. A purse or magic ring lying around will quickly find its way into his pockets if the opportunity arises.

Since I'm one of the most uncreative people in the world ... I'll create a north and hit the "random" button if there is one: D

If not, I'll be throwing up words in my head, as always, so that they sound more or less like a name ..

.. at least these are names that I notice from halfway through the game that they sound .. pardon .. shit and then I just create a new character because of the name .. hehe.

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