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Dungeons and Dragons Character Name Generator

“My name?” – the man pointed at himself. “You see, my name is not important. What matters, though, is my cause. Our cause.” – he said as he motioned his left hand at those behind him. “Call us what you want, but the result will be the same.” – he finished calmly and drew his sword with a grin.

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Meriel Kelphyra

Sshulsush

Lymeoyn Eilsghym

Vedyk

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Cegwavan Urum

Akrai Hyden

Swan Hiss

Breebi Swiftgur

Vyerethu

Hibhansee

Jeddes Namuzath

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Dungeons and Dragons Character Name Generator

“My name?” – the man pointed at himself. “You see, my name is not important. What matters, though, is my cause. Our cause.” – he said as he motioned his left hand at those behind him. “Call us what you want, but the result will be the same.” – he finished calmly and drew his sword with a grin.

Generate Names

Mouse Rustle

Urthamir Hellmark

Kluithea

Scribe

Teaheinuny

Guardian

Loa Piadides

Elinia Wolfhowl

Kaireus Shadowhorn

Drifter

Dirzis Dhagaxath

Umezeiros

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Ozren Kalember
Ozren Kalember
As DM and a Storyteller, I very much enjoy all of the aspects of D&D. Creating characters, dialogues, plots, and stories are some of my passions and I'm very happy being able to share some of them here, at Codex Nomina.

2 thoughts on “Dungeons and Dragons Character Name Generator”

  1. Caerythas Prirthathaarraad

    Hello!

    how are you today? i was wondering how you came up with these names?
    I am having a baby soon and i cant seem to think of a name but you have so many here you must be an expert in name generation and creativity. Please get back to me, the baby is 3 weeks away.
    Thank you,
    Caerythas Prirthathaarraad

    1. guillaume brodeur

      Hi Caerythas, I’m seeing your message a bit late 🙂 I hope your baby arrived safely into this world and that you found the name you were looking for. We’re also expecting a baby soon, and it has been challenging to find a name (even for us ^^). We decided to go for a name that works in both our languages (Japanese and French) and that has beautiful kanji (Japanese writing) attached to it.

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Ozren Kalember
Ozren Kalember
As DM and a Storyteller, I very much enjoy all of the aspects of D&D. Creating characters, dialogues, plots, and stories are some of my passions and I'm very happy being able to share some of them here, at Codex Nomina.

2 thoughts on “Dungeons and Dragons Character Name Generator”

  1. Caerythas Prirthathaarraad

    Hello!

    how are you today? i was wondering how you came up with these names?
    I am having a baby soon and i cant seem to think of a name but you have so many here you must be an expert in name generation and creativity. Please get back to me, the baby is 3 weeks away.
    Thank you,
    Caerythas Prirthathaarraad

    1. guillaume brodeur

      Hi Caerythas, I’m seeing your message a bit late 🙂 I hope your baby arrived safely into this world and that you found the name you were looking for. We’re also expecting a baby soon, and it has been challenging to find a name (even for us ^^). We decided to go for a name that works in both our languages (Japanese and French) and that has beautiful kanji (Japanese writing) attached to it.

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