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    Different genders - different names

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Knight View Post
    Not any more than we do alternate gender versions of other NPCs...
    Hmm, the Gorgon is a female name really - the girly gorgon? Come to that, what would a male version of the lamia be called? The mind boggles...

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    The Lamior, Lamion, Lamiator, Lamadron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgauck View Post
    The Lamior, Lamion, Lamiator, Lamadron?
    Now its just getting plain silly.

    Lamiator, you might as well go with the Laminator.
    Last edited by Elton Robb; 10-14-2008 at 08:31 PM.
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    At 12:35 PM 10/14/2008, AndrewTall wrote:

    >Come to that, what would a male version of the lamia be called?

    O`bama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elton Robb View Post
    Lamiator, you might as well go with the Laminator.
    I thought of that one too. It does suggest a unique blood power however - the ability to entangle people with sheets of hot, sticky plastic!

    Ius Hibernicum, in nomine juris. Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.

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    Those names are too complicated. I would just go with Bruce.

    Sor^H^H^HBruce,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelandrin View Post
    I thought of that one too. It does suggest a unique blood power however - the ability to entangle people with sheets of hot, sticky plastic!
    Well, who said you can't be silly on these boards?

    The Jackhammer -- an Awnshegh that has an unique blood ability to hit you with a flurry of blows. A VERY FAST flurry of blows.
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    For added effect, the Jackhammer would also have a concurrent thundering power when using the flurry of hammers :P
    Last edited by Thelandrin; 10-15-2008 at 12:54 AM. Reason: Removed now-unnecessary comment.

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    How about we make it a little more "medieval".

    Jacques "the Hammer" Marteaux
    Male Brecht Awnshegh

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    Rather than spoil everyone's fun, I've now split off the wildly off-topic posts into their own thread.

    Jacques "the Hammer"? I suppose that when he was younger and not an awnshegh, he was known as Jacques "the Lad"?

    Ius Hibernicum, in nomine juris. Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.

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