This generator will provide you with 15 random names suitable for the dryads in the world of Warcraft and the world of Warcraft as a whole. Dryads are beings with the torso of a night-self and a fawn like a centaur. They are Cenarius' daughters, and they protect nature as best they can. However, they prefer peace, but violence is an option if the natural world is to be defended. They also can enter the Emerald Dream, which is an uncomplete and uncluttered, natural version of the regular world. There are some slightly harder tones, but they rarely derive the overall gentle and melodic feeling of the names. Shorter names come from Iphy, Mirin, and Lilith, while Elyssandria, Tarindrella, and Faradrella are some of the names longest. You will find both types in this generator as well as those in between.
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A Dryad is a fairy or a shy little nymph that lives in the forest. Dryads are also associated with trees, even though this particular term is not commonly used today, which means that people have long had a deep-seated affinity for trees and the supernatural. In the legend, the Dryad would be a daughter of the king of the forest who always had an apple in her mouth whenever she came home. Her father would give her this apple as a gift and she would keep it in her mouth all night while the king and his men slept. When dawn broke, the king's warriors would find the sleeping princess and they would kill her. The next morning, the king would return from his campaign and marry her, thus giving birth to the story of how the Dryad was created.
Another story says that the Dryadic tribe was originally from the place where the wild flowers bloomed. Their ancestors used to live among these flowers, and they used to take care of them, protecting them from bad spirits. They used to live quietly in their houses and avoid trouble from any side. One day, evil spirits caused the entire population of the Dryads to disappear. All except one person, who was able to resist the temptation of evil and managed to escape.
Another legend says that the Dryadic was a woman and that her husband was killed by her lover. She then went to live in a cave and when she refused to eat any food that he brought, her lover burnt her and ate her body. This story says that the body of the Dryadic has always been connected with the forest. Many people believe that the dryadic is a female or a tree spirit because she would never eat human flesh. There are also stories that say that the dryadic is a male because he is described as a man in the Bible, such as the story of David, the legendary king of Israel. Other stories say that the Dryads and the other trees are dead now, so what is left is a dryadic's soul.