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Earth Genasi Name Generator & Guide

“That doesn’t make any difference. I still have to think upon it more and there is no point of rushing in” – said the Genasi, his voice calm and calculated as ever. “Rush in? Rush in!? We’ve been through this for two days now, Basalt, all you do is think!”

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Earth Genasi are one of the five main subraces, also known as earthsoul Genasi. They are usually the result of a union between a Dao and a humanoid. They have brown skin and golden eyes that match well with their bright golden szuldar.

They are quiet, meticulous, slow to act, and not really open to new ideas. This often makes them stubborn and oblivious to other people’s problems. They aren’t easy to anger, but when they do, one quickly realizes how angry they can really get.

Having earth Genasi and even elemental genies as ancestors, their connection to earth is a strong one, to say the least. Reflecting on their heritage, names such as Ruby, Soil, Cobble, Topaz, Flint, and Emerald are some of the appropriate choices.

Female & Male Earth Genasi Names

Earth Genasi can be formidable, preferring to fight using physical strength rather than magic. However, don’t let that fool you as some of them are very potent arcane users.

Note: Earth Genasi names are gender-neutral.

  • Zephyr
  • Onyx
  • Ore
  • Geo
  • Mason


Strong-willed and more prone to anger, she’s still considered one of the best teachers in the city’s Fighter’s Academy. Her temper got more than one student injured so far.

  • Umber
  • Marmoreal
  • Cobble
  • Peridot
  • Stony
  • Hunk
  • Cobblestone
  • Diamond


Though smaller than most, don’t let her size fool you. Her agility is almost halfling-like and she has the wits of a wizard.

  • Topaz
  • Rough
  • Wedge
  • Rise
  • Nugget
  • Citrine


As pretty as her name suggests, she makes her way through life using her charm and good looks. The years are passing by, though, so it’s becoming increasingly harder to do so.

  • Flint
  • Charcoal
  • Fossil
  • Dense
  • Garnet
  • Cinder
  • Rugged


A magical gem she found belongs to an ancient demonic creature. It’s slowly starting to affect her, to the point where nothing matters but the gem itself.

  • Bedrock
  • Crystal
  • Ingot
  • Quartzite
  • Mountain
  • Moonstone
  • Obsidian
  • Slab
  • Jade


His name fits him more than you can imagine. Tall, muscular, strong as an ox, he makes the very core of the army’s shield wall. Too bad he’s having second thoughts about his profession.

  • Rocky
  • Aerial
  • Soapstone
  • Mineral
  • Adamant
  • Masonry
  • Sapphire


One of the most jovial earth Genasi anyone has heard or seen. While prone to overthinking, he disguises it well by throwing surprisingly funny jokes and comments.

  • Gem
  • Empyrean
  • Sandstone
  • Fossilstone
  • Basalt
  • Terra
  • Azurite


Shorter than your average Genasi, he makes it up with his fervor and tenacity. Despite passionate responses, he’s rather prone to second-guessing himself which often portrays him as a rather rash individual.

  • Spinel
  • Boulder
  • Azure
  • Alabaster
  • Amethyst
  • Block
  • Emerald


He left his home long ago, in search of Kalinox, a magical forest he read about in a book. Hasn’t found it yet, but this time he believes he’s very close.

  • Clay
  • Solid
  • Ash
  • Jewel
  • Tile

Strong, slow to anger, with a cool head and a patient approach, they can be excellent tacticians. Their stubbornness adds to roleplaying options and their affinity for elemental magic provides a lot of variety when it comes to their personalities.

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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.

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