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Discussion in 'General Skyrim Discussion' started by Spychomadgod, Dec 29, 2017.
What should I name my Dunmer
I want him to be a sneaky character thats a vampire
Whenever I don’t know what to name a Dunmer I choose Nammu which means “nameless” in Dunmeri.
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So there may be names you like the sound of here.
And it gives a decent range of sounds normally found.
Valen Shand maybe?
Dunmer names often have lots of syllables, so I'll pick a really complicated sounding name that has a nice catchy short name which I imagine his allies calling him, when they can't be bothered to shout out his whole name in the middle of a fight.
For example, one dunmer character I created was named Druheru, and his mates called him "Dru" for short. I also created a female Dunmer called Nelhesa, and her friends called her "Nel".
Don't forget there are a lot of interesting house names you can add on from existing NPCs. I decided that Druheru was the son of Fethis Alor from Raven Rock, and Nelhesa was the niece of Vals Veran who desecrated Hillgrund's Tomb.
What about good old fashioned Dracula? Although i'm late to the party...
I will give you one one of my favorite RPG sneaky-type names - use it well.
That's hard to pronounce.
Is that Latin for subtle?
I do like that name as a title though.
I think it's pretty easy. It's just the word 'shadow' and the word 'thrive'. Together it would amount to 'one who flourishes in the shadows'.
Just put a vowel in between and it becomes way easier. Like "shadowythrive" (this sounds cute though)
Adding that 'y' in his name would be the equivalent of painting flowers on his Dark Brotherhood armor - ewwww!
What's wrong with flowers on your armor?
Nightshade and Deathbell woven into a cloak is fashionable and let's people know what you're all about.
More to the point. I think we are off topic just a touch.