User talk:Envoyof aGod
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re: Hello (from Green Dragons disscusion)
I understand you need a name for a very wise and powerful dragon, yes? Well, I will try to help as much as I can, being a dragon myself. I hope you don't mind if I post these in my native tongue (Draconic) but I will as if is befitting to the cause. I will put the name in Draconic then English in parentheses for you. Maekrix di wer Jennu Darastrixi (Leader of the Great Dragons)
Jennu Darastrix di Juanth (Great Dragon of Old)
Darastrix di Aussir Tiichi (Dragon of White Honor)
Now i know that these are more likely to be great titles of status, but they do serve as names. Some dragons were named with respects to their powers or interests. (Think Native American names.) Something simple like White Wyrm, or Cold Scales are very simple but effective if done right in Draconic, your players will never know the difference. (unless they speak it that is)Take my name for example I was born with the name Wer Auraj Ir, which in literal translation means The Brass One. It is simple but it carries respect an honor. My name was later changed to Elderon Analas by the human family that raised me as a wyrmling.
If you have any questions or want to give me something to translate, let me know. I'm all ears, well ear holes, but you know what I mean. Hope this helps.
--Elderon Analas 20:59, 27 April 2010 (UTC)Elderon The Dragon
Thank you for noticing my class!
Thank you for noticing the class i was working on. Sadly I am very ill now and have not been able to work with it. I would adore to see it finished, If you have the time and heart to work with me on it I would be beyond greatful, mabye we can even combine the two as we appear to have had very very similar ideas. It breaks my heart to see it sitting.Starcry@gmail.com is my email.-- Starcry 17:07, 24 September 2010 (MDT)