I meant I would create a character out of your user name, avatar, and sig.
For example: Su-an stood. His gray, smooth skin slid over thick muscles, as he rose to his full height, well over nine feet tall. Pearly white eyes took in
the scene around him - the smoke of the field, the bodies of the slain, the cries of the wounded. The mnghani and the white-ones were merciless. The
Tyrwyllan host had been shattered. They had hoped to defeat Bhaarjhaat on the high plains by the ruins of Mur'oc, but instead, they had been routed.
Their last, desperate hope had been to buy time for their wives, children, and the elderly to flee the oncoming horde. Su-an did not even know if the
messengers had survived. The entire Order of the Rose - thousands of Tsurani - had been slaughtered in the unnatural storm that had broken over the
field. Only Su-an's ability to transform had saved him. One Tyrwyllan was no match for the forty-foot tall demons Bhaarjhaat had somehow conjured,
but a kara'har, that could stand its ground. He looked around mournfully, thinking he might be the only survivor. It would not be the first
time. He had lived thirteen centuries, and would live many, many more...
a reply to: LucidWarrior
Re: Names - So, the stage for that was a prologue for my epic story Falling. Several of those names had been invented years ago - Tyrwyl/Tyrwyllan,
Bhaarjhaat (actually came from a friend of mine in college), mnghani, Tsurani, and kara'har - I've used all of those already in my writing.
The only truly new ones were Su-an and Mur'oc. So, in short, I cheated.
I am soooo late in getting here!!!!!! I just saw my new friend LucidWarrior here! OMG, hello and welcome Sweetie! Going to catch up in here now. You
will fit in beautifully with all the wonderful people in here! Hugs!
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