This name generator will send you 15 random names appropriate for the Stormlight Archive universe. The Stormlight Archive is an epic series of fantasy books written by Brandon Sanderson who also completed the works of the Wheel of Time series, another extremely popular series. The Wheel of Time has its own name generator, right here. The characters in the Archive of Stormlight have very unique names with Arabic references in them. As in many epic fantasies, in this series the universe is also big, so I have divided the names into 3 groups. The first 4 names belong to people of Alethkar, the next 3 belong to people of Jah Keved and the last 3 belong to people of Thaylenah. Of those 3, the names of Thaylenah vary the most from those of the other two. Typically their names are short and sometimes have a whole lot of consonants.
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The Stormlight Archives is an ambitious epic fantasy novel by Brandon Sanderson. The series is set in a time where the world is in turmoil over a magical artifact known as the Shard of the Exalted Light. The Stormlight Archives is expected to consist of ten volumes, in keeping in line with its symmetrical theme of multiple interconnected arcs of ten each.
I enjoyed the book, despite not knowing much about the source material or the overall world it takes place in. I did, however, find it interesting that the Shard is described as a diamond like gemstone, and it possesses the ability to emit another and create barriers of white light that is drawn upon by individual spellcasters. This means the Shard is something that we can relate to in some ways, even if it is not as powerful as we may think. In this regard, the book is more or less like a spiritual sequel to "Lord of the Rings" - but instead of a ring, a sword, or even an object of power, the Shard is actually an object of great power.
In the book, I found I liked the main character Dalinar Kholin quite a bit. His story is one I would definitely like to follow, especially since his interactions with his mentor, Jasnah Kholin, are intriguing. There is also something interesting going on with Shallan, who is a woman of color who is described as a promising mage, yet the reader doesn't really know much about her as she has very few scenes and only one or two chapters. I guess this makes her not that interesting - but then again, who isn't interested in watching another white haired woman of color who has magical abilities? I'd love to see more stories such as these, as they can be incredibly interesting.