This generator of orc names will give you 15 random names appropriate for the Lord of the Rings universe. The names in the Lord of the Rings universe were based on the established names of orcs. However, there aren't so many orc titles, so we took the liberty to build upon those few titles. However, we sticked very closely to them. There are several different types of orcs, most of them from the movies will know the Uruk-Hai, but there are other styles too. All the known names of these different forms seem to be very similar, so we didn't see the need to give them their own generator. Having said that, a strong sounding name probably suits an Uruk-Hai better than, for example, a Snaga (slave orc).
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What is an Orc? An Orc is an imaginary humanoid creature very similar to the goblins or hobbits in nature. In the literature of J.R.R. Tolkien, orcs were first introduced in The Lord of The Rings, particularly The Fellowship of the Ring. The book was later expanded into a trilogy. The book of The Silmarillion is also referred to as the First Book of the trilogy and The Return of The King is known as the second book.
The concept of the orcs was first developed by Tolkien in his writings. He made reference to the orcs in The Two Towers. The first mention of them is from the phrase "Orcs fight in the darkness." It was later revealed in The Return of The King, that the reason for the Orc's appearance in the story is because of Morgoth's destruction of the Two Trees. But what exactly is an Orc? A single Orc has more strength than a single hobbit, but it is about the same size as a horse.
An Orc is more aggressive compared to a human being, which is why they are so popular as fighting beings in Warhammer Online. In Warhammer Online you will see Orc players being aggressive because they think they are stronger than their opponents. As stated earlier, the reason for their appearance in The Lord of The Rings is because of Morgoth's destruction of the Two Trees. But what is really the story behind the orcs?