This name generator gives you the 15 random names that match the mantid of the universe of Warcraft, as well as the universe of Warcraft in general. They are incredibly destructive and every 100 years have a cycle of aggression. Quite recently, almost all the mantued swarm, including its queen, succumbed to the corruption of the Sha of Fear, but fortunately this corruption left an untouched small group, who called themselves the Klaxxi. They are able, with the help of adventurers, to derail the queen and to bring some kind of stability to their land. The names of Mantid have a lot harder tones, often as K-sounds, but those are not the only harder tones. There are also some melodic tones, but generally they 're overwhelmed. Only two female names, Zekhara and Shek'Zeer, are known. This is not ideal, but we have used these to base the female names in this generator, using male name elements and some of our input to expand to these two names.
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The mantid is a creature from the Eastern Kingdoms (including Outland, the Broken Isles, Kalimdor, and the Outland map). They are an insect-like race, and are often seen as pests by the other races. They are also known to feed on human flesh, though this is a rare occurrence and usually only occurs during periods of extreme hunger. The maids' name is derived from their tendency to swarm and attack, and their ability to cling to a living target. The mantids themselves are quite small, ranging from four inches long to three feet long, though the average size is around six feet. They have thick bodies, with a muscular abdomen and legs, long spiny antennae, and a large body. They have no wings, and instead rely on walking on their webbed hind legs.
In World of Warcraft, the mantids are one of the insectoids that have been made to invade Northrend. The mantids use their powerful flight abilities to land, although their sting is not as potent as that of most flying insects. They fly to a specific area on the ground, where they will begin to feed on their prey (often humans), using their sharp mandibles to break down their prey. They have several different types of webbing, including strands of silvery thread, which are used to entangle their victims. If the webbing is cut, however, the mantids may become vulnerable to attacks from other creatures. This makes them useful in the battlegrounds for both PvE and PvP.
In World of Warcraft, there are several ways that the mantid can be controlled. One way is through controlling their diet, in that the more they consume, the slower their breathing and metabolism rate become, making them easier to trap. Another way is through controlling their environment, making their webs stronger or less dense, depending on the area where they reside. If a player is hunting the mantids in the Outland map, or in other instances in World of Warcraft, the best method is to attack the webs and immobilize the mantids with ranged spells and attacks.