This name generator will send you 15 random names for Westeros citizens, as part of both the tv show Game of Thrones and the book series A Song Of Ice And Fire. However, the wall's Free Folk North has its own generator, as their custom and names vary from those of the rest of Westeros. So if we refer to Westeros on this list, we mean Westeros without the Free Folk. Although there are obviously cultural variations between Westeros' different areas, all areas follow essentially the same naming conventions, with some regional change. All names are either real English names, real Anglo-Saxon names, real historical names from other cultures, or names that have been slightly changed to produce a modern name suitable for a new world. We 're stuck to the last forms, as the Anglo-Saxon name generator and, to some degree, the English name generator cover pretty much the others. So we took a list of hundreds of names and changed the names to suit with the Westeros people. We've made sure there's a wide range of names, but we didn't include the names of the main characters, not purposely anyway, some may have slipped in. The slight cultural variations are more noticeable in the surnames, whereas the first name appears to be in the same style all over Westeros. The royal families, including the Lannisters, also have slightly different names, but even most of those names have origins in either actual cultures or names that have been slightly changed. The surnames do display some variations, as mentioned above. The North typically has brief, sometimes descriptive surnames (Stark, Locke, Moss, Slate), whereas Iron Island names appear to have rock, water, and sea-related names (Greyjoy, Blacktyde, Saltcliff). Naturally, there's plenty of naThis name generator will give you 15 names fit for the Guild Wars Asura race (2).The Asura is a race of tiny, rodent-like humanoids that used to live underground for millennia. They were finally forced out and were living on the surface and adapted to life. What they lack inThis name generator will give you 15 names appropriate for the Guild Wars Charr race (2).The Charr are a race of tall, muscular humanoids with feline characteristics. They 're known for their ferociousness and love of war, all that counts is victory. It would come as no surprise that their is no room for the poor among the Charr, but they are also able to make for great allies. Just make sure you remain on their good side. Their first names in Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2 (there are of course exceptions) are different. In Guild Wars their names appear to sound more guttural and beast-like, while in Guild Wars 2 their names are Roman / Latin in which they have progressed 250 years. That's why the generator's first 5 names are Roman / Latin names, and the last 5 are guttural sounding names. Charr's last name is more important than their first name, as it reveals a lot about a Charr, including their place in society and their loyalty. One part of a last name is the Charr's warband, exchanged by all of that warband 's members. Note that these should not be the exact same name, they may share a part of the name (Brimstone & Stoneglow, Pickheart & Silverpick, Steelcatcher & Grindsteel). The Charr chooses the other part and often it represents the Charr 's position within the warband. It doesn't matter the order of this as long as all members of the same warband use the same order. In intelligence they make up for height, especially arcane intelligence. Adapting to and becoming masters of their surface life with their wits and arcane knowledge was simple enough. As far as names go, they represent very well their short and rodent-like nature, as their names are usually sharp sounding. Also a common Asura name feature is double letters, usually consonants, in the center of their names or at the end. Although this is something of a cultural sort, it is not necessary. Asura do not have any last names. Instead they have job titles and "Krewe" names, which you'll find in this generator as well.mes which could fit any region, especially since marriages and wars will have spread some names and destroyed others.Since families are so important in A Song of Ice and Fire, we included all the house names of Westeros in this generator, so if you're looking for a character which belongs to an existing family, the first 5 names are where you'll want to look. Notice that we have included surnames of families that once existed but are now extinct. The last 5 names would have surnames that we made up, either by modifying existing surnames (or simply by using a term as a surname). It's pretty easy to do if you want to build your own surnames. Only change 1 or 2 letters, depending on how special your surname is. For eg, change an I to a y (Spike-Spyke), an a to ai (Whale-Whaile) or a f to ph (Fire-Phire), double a consonant (Spire-Spirre) or add an additional vowel (Rain-Raine), remove a consonant (Steward-Stewar) or remove a vowel (Granite-Granit). If your character is a bastard, he or she will have a name depending on where he or she is born, as follows: Snow (The North), Sand (Dorne), Flowers (The Reach), Hill (The Westerlands), Pyke (Iron Islands), Storm (The Stormlands), Waters (King's La La Stormlands), Waters (King's La Reach).
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In Guild Wars, Charr are a race of fierce fighters who are often referred to as scrappers. The glee of the primal, muscular, animalistic society (snarl, bite, thrust, tear) is a hallmark trait of their culture. A Charr's culture is characterized by violence and the use of weapons, as well as the ability to live underground and live among the elements. Some Charr names have more pronounced, primal sounds, like the one above.
In Guild Wars, Charr are the most powerful race of the game and the most feared as well. It's not hard to understand why; their ability to live underground, survive against all forms of attacks and live among the elements are all things that make them one of the most dangerous races on the server. They can be deadly when they attack other players, and when they attack another player, it's generally an attack that doesn't require much preparation. When it does, however, it can be devastating. So, what makes Charr so deadly? Well, it's hard to say. No matter what, Charr are known for using their abilities to take out the strongest opponents they come across.
Charr names are a little bit different from Guild Wars, though. Charr names in Guild Wars usually have more than just a name. In addition to being a title, it also has a meaning. Some Charr names mean "Dagger of Slaying"Swiftclaw." Other Charr names can mean "Swiftclaw's Claw"Swiftclaw's Fang." Most Charr names are named after something they do - like, "Dagger of Slaying" means "Swiftclaw's blade." There are even Charr names that simply have the name, "Dagger," followed by some sort of term or description, so it could mean "Bite"Swiftclaw."