Naming tip...If it's a character that you love then name it what you would name your child.If it's a character you don't like name it something you would never call your child.
Therefore, picking a name because it matches who the character grew up to be, especially for a villain, isn't reflecting how people are named.
21WhiteRoses wrote:Could someone please help me come up with three of names:) ? The first is the father of the main character. He is very aristocratic, arrogant, and prideful. I pretty much consider him an antagonist. His name should be elegant, but should fit into a medieval/fantasy environment. The second is a woman who the guy I just mentioned falls in love with after his wife is killed. She's pretty mysterious and quiet. She in a way represents the moon, sea, and wind. She has silver hair and silver-blue eyes. The third is the main character's teacher. He is almost king-like but more humble.He is very wise and powerful. His symbol,I suppose, would be a golden fox. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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