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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Nikachelle » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:43 am

Njall wrote:Despite the very vocal opinion of a guildmate to the contrary, naming your worgen after Anita Blake characters is not cool. It also advertizes that you read the books.

Those fucking books. I loved them so much. Then the author turned Anita into a goddamn whore and I gave up reading them since the plotlines revolved around getting Anita as much sex as she could stuff into 600 pages. What a waste of a series.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Nikachelle » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:46 am

I went with Kohle. I wanted Kohl but it was taken, so I just tacked on an e.

Kohl, for those unaware (and since this is predominantly a male-centric board) is basically black eye makeup. I thought it went with the theme of "darkness" surrounding worgens.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Njall » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:52 am

Nikachelle wrote:
Njall wrote:Despite the very vocal opinion of a guildmate to the contrary, naming your worgen after Anita Blake characters is not cool. It also advertizes that you read the books.

Those fucking books. I loved them so much. Then the author turned Anita into a goddamn whore and I gave up reading them since the plotlines revolved around getting Anita as much sex as she could stuff into 600 pages. What a waste of a series.


True. But I have to admit the "Invincible blog" has a good take on the books... A problem when you don't have an editor who's worth his or her salt. A writer friend of mine (with more books under their belt than I have by two orders of magnitude) had some very extensive and amusing things to say about her and the Harry Potter books. It got too drunk out before we got to Twilight. :roll:

Edit: Khol: What a wonderful old word. I've even gotten to use it in writing on occasion*. Very Uldum appropriate. You'll be calling the next one Henna, I am sure!

* Mage the Awakening, actually.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Sabindeus » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:52 am

Nikachelle wrote:
Njall wrote:Despite the very vocal opinion of a guildmate to the contrary, naming your worgen after Anita Blake characters is not cool. It also advertizes that you read the books.

Those fucking books. I loved them so much. Then the author turned Anita into a goddamn whore and I gave up reading them since the plotlines revolved around getting Anita as much sex as she could stuff into 600 pages. What a waste of a series.



But what about that time she poked a dude's eye out!
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And then smashed him with a chair?!?!
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Disclaimer: I have never read any Anita Blake novels. All I know about the character/series is from Chris Sims' review of the comics.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Amirya » Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:56 pm

Nikachelle wrote:
Njall wrote:Despite the very vocal opinion of a guildmate to the contrary, naming your worgen after Anita Blake characters is not cool. It also advertizes that you read the books.

Those fucking books. I loved them so much. Then the author turned Anita into a goddamn whore and I gave up reading them since the plotlines revolved around getting Anita as much sex as she could stuff into 600 pages. What a waste of a series.

I only read a short story, and facepalmed. It seemed like it had potential...but ugh.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Fivelives » Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:40 pm

Nikachelle wrote:I went with Kohle. I wanted Kohl but it was taken, so I just tacked on an e.

Kohl, for those unaware (and since this is predominantly a male-centric board) is basically black eye makeup. I thought it went with the theme of "darkness" surrounding worgens.


Sadly, I know what kohl is. I even know how to make it. I should turn my man-card in at the door.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Njall » Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:45 pm

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Sadly, I know what kohl is. I even know how to make it. I should turn my man-card in at the door.


Why do that? I know how to make it (and henna!) and I have a very manly staff indeed. Though, I suppose knowing how to knap flints and smelt bronze probably is a measure of compensating.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Hayz » Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:49 pm

Njall wrote:
Fivelives wrote:
Sadly, I know what kohl is. I even know how to make it. I should turn my man-card in at the door.


Why do that? I know how to make it (and henna!) and I have a very manly staff indeed. Though, I suppose knowing how to knap flints and smelt bronze probably is a measure of compensating.


I know how to crochet and sew, its good information to have. I've been working on learning flintknapping but havent had much time to practice, i do however shoot traditional archery (longbow), sling (like david and goliath sling), and use an atlatl once i make some more darts for it.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Koatanga » Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:52 pm

So I have a warlock, who I don't really like, but is my tailor. I was leveling his tailoring and realised he would have to get to Twilight Highlands to get the pattern for the top spellthread.

I don't like him as a gnome, so I decided to race-change him.

As he is a complete waste of time and money, there can only be one name for him:

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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Nikachelle » Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:27 am

Amirya wrote:
Nikachelle wrote:
Njall wrote:Despite the very vocal opinion of a guildmate to the contrary, naming your worgen after Anita Blake characters is not cool. It also advertizes that you read the books.

Those fucking books. I loved them so much. Then the author turned Anita into a goddamn whore and I gave up reading them since the plotlines revolved around getting Anita as much sex as she could stuff into 600 pages. What a waste of a series.

I only read a short story, and facepalmed. It seemed like it had potential...but ugh.

The sad thing is that the added sex was actually really good at first. It was suspenseful and unexpected. But then the books became total smut and it just couldn't maintain a storyline anymore. :(
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Fivelives » Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:36 am

Any bachelor that doesn't know how to cook, sew (at least well enough to replace buttons, patch crotch-holes, and hem pants), and do their own laundry (ironing included) should be lynched. LYNCHED, I say.

Making your own makeup, on the other hand, is probably taking things a little too far.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Njall » Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:48 am

Depends on what you use it for. God knows, I used eyeliner enough when in the arctic or in desert climates to prevent snow/glare blindness often enough.
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby Fivelives » Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:10 pm

Polarized sunglasses (or ski goggles) exist for a reason :p
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby theckhd » Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:11 pm

Njall wrote:Depends on what you use it for. God knows, I used eyeliner enough when in the arctic or in desert climates to prevent snow/glare blindness often enough.

Wait, what? Doesn't eyeliner go on your eyelids? How would that prevent snow blindness?
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Re: Cool Worgen Names

Postby beornus » Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:12 pm

I rolled Smoki, who is a...wait for it....bear.
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