This name generator will generate names for fantasy races, creatures and even subspecies. In this generator you will find the names of mythological creatures and words, to change the way you can view them. Desert Halflings, Marsh Ents, stuff like that. I have only selected the names of the most famous creatures to ensure that people know how they look, making it easier to be inspired by the names, in turn. The names could be used to name an entire group of animals (their race), but also their sub-species (such as red and black dragons).
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
Writing a fantasy novel is no small feat. To be able to successfully write a novel, one must first know the basics of writing fiction. When you start your novel, there is often a lot of research that needs to be done to figure out what types of creatures are already in your world. The more you know about your own world and your own characters, the easier it is for you to come up with the perfect creature. Many times, these are the few ideas that you come up with from your research or from your own imagination. So when you begin to write a novel, write about those creatures. However, there are certain points that you need to keep in mind when coming up with creature descriptions.
The most important thing to remember when writing about your fantasy creatures is describing your fantasy creatures with detail. Everything about your creatures, including the size, color, shape, and color of eyes, the size and shape of their wings, and even the size and shape of their head is important. These are generally the first things that your reader will notice. Things such as size, color, shape, and texture matter too. But keep more in mind the similarities to real life creatures (in this case, more on that in a moment), or a few notable traits, such as a unique screeching sound, glowing eyes, huge wings, or an animal with unique characteristics. These are generally things that you find very appealing in nature, as well as what your readers have come to expect from a fantasy creature.
As you know, each type of creature can have a number of different names depending on which is more appropriate to the creature's type, as well as on the country of origin. For example, dragons are typically known as the "Sea Dragon", while the "Giants" in some parts of Asia may be called the "Sea Giants" or the "Giants of the North". While dragons are commonly used in North American settings, the term "Giants" is used in China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and other Asian countries.