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    Nice! Love those things.
    "Those things" as in palindromes or tylenol?
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    "Those things" as in palindromes or tylenol?
    Palindromes.
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    Its my SCA name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWombatOfDoom View Post
    Palindromes.
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    My current name (Elimu Marimech)– It's the name of the character I played in the longest running D&D campaign I ever had. (3-4 sessions. We're bad at keeping them going) He/she was a dromite wilder, if anyone was wondering.

    My name change request (Razanir)– So I read a fan fiction where someone retold Ocarina of Time with pokémon. This made me want to write my own but LotR instead of OoT. It's on hiatus for anyone who's wondering. Anyway, I needed a name for my account there, so I picked what I thought I remembered as Pippin's name in Westron. Turns out, I misremembered his name. Peregrin is actually Razanur. Either way, the name's stuck with me around the internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay R View Post
    1. My first name is Jay.
    2. My surname starts with an R.
    3. I decided not to use my complete name.

    Pretty boring, actually.
    1. My first initial is T
    2. My second initial is C
    3. The beginning of my last name is Rudisi
    4. I also decided not to use my complete name.
    5. This came from university naming systems where almost all universities give you a username based on first initial, middle initial, and first 6 letters of your family name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrudisi View Post
    1. My first initial is T
    2. My second initial is C
    3. The beginning of my last name is Rudisi
    4. I also decided not to use my complete name.
    5. This came from university naming systems where almost all universities give you a username based on first initial, middle initial, and first 6 letters of your family name.
    The two colleges I've been to do first initial, full last name. One includes year of entry at the end. So like jsmith13 or something.
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    My username, Serpent Stare, has been my tag in one form or another for a long time. It is a derivative of "Snake Eyes", which is a nickname a friend gave me in my preteen years, because I had a habit of rolling my eyes back to the whites and making a rattling hiss. I just thought it was cool. Once, when I saw a bible-thumper who was bashing gays on a website's built-in IRC, I assumed the name SerpentStare to serve as both a reference to my nickname, and to the serpent in the garden of Eden, thus establishing an antagonistic standpoint towards the gay-basher and taking up argument against him: Damn straight I was going to Hell, and he'd meet me there; me for my deviance, him for his hate. It was the most fun internet argument I'd ever gotten in, including insults exchanged in Shakespearean English (he called me a harlot - it was hilarious!) to the point where I got up from the keyboard and danced around after every post. At the end of it, I thanked him for the dance, and he, whoever he was -thanked me back-.
    I liked the name SerpentStare, found it sounded a little more mature and dangerous to me than Snake Eyes, and have used it ever since.
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    My birthday is on Groundhog Day. Pretty simple.
    My commiepuppy was a gift from BRC

    Timeless Error stole all the things that I could possibly be mistaken for. *happy dances*

    I made my avatar. If you want to see other stuff I made, click here.

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    I stole it from a book (Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern for anyone who doesn't recognise it) My penpal and I were both in love with the Pern books and decided we needed Pern nicknames, she was Lessa and I ended up with Moreta. Then when I first signed up to an online forum, the name I had originally wanted was already taken, so I figured why not use the nickname I already had? Initially it was just 'Moreta', but after that forum died, and got reinvented, I noticed one of the other members had put 'Lord' before his name, and I figured if he could nobilify himself, then so could I, so I tacked 'Lady' at the front.

    Then when I came here, I was so used to being Lady Moreta that it wasn't much of a choice really. It's now gotten to the point where people have nicknamed the nickname, and shortened Moreta into various other forms.

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    I played Deus Ex for the first time in the same year we studied Greece in school and I spent about a month binging on Greek Mythology. Needless to say, being the kickass Greek inventor who transcended mankind's limitations was a lot cooler than being his idiot son, or the sun god in a rather random reference.

    So, about 50% because of the AI Daedalus, and 50% because the actual mythological Daedalus was a pretty cool dude. The MkV bit is just because Daedalus is almost always taken, and I tend to ignore it where I can.
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    Save Yourself (NSFW due to language) by Aesop Rock.

    Specifically, the line:
    Now I'm thinkin' "Who am I?" Jabberwocky Superfly bent left,
    Pushin' war without the ten step cushion and what (what)
    I plan to hold this B-positive sacred in these golde veins
    Until the day I die from grimace overload.

    Aes is probably my favourite lyricist and musical artist (tied with the Johns from They Might Be Giants), I loved the imagery & satirical bend that the lyrics held, and gleefully stole the name as a type of veneration.

    I've also been known as DrunkAtheist, 1000Bayonets, and MusicAngelsMake elsewhere, which are all references to Mr. Ian Bavitz's lyrics as well.
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    Raimun is a character from a somewhat obscure videogame. I liked the sound of it and used to use it as a gaming name whenever I couldn't think of anything else.
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    Signatures are so 90's.

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    I choose my name because of the typcally Dutch weather,
    when it rains, everybody on the street is a grey shadow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyntonian View Post
    In the long, distant past, I had a history teacher who thought that Wynton was too boring of a name, so she took to calling me Wyntonian. I liked it, it stuck, it's never taken and I use it for everything now. If you see a Wyntonian elsewhere on the internet, it's probably me.
    surreptitiously puts Wyntonian accounts across the length of the internet.

    My name comes from my area of birth/currently occupied location. I rule it so gently no one has noticed yet! I also picked this name about 12 years ago now...
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    The first video game I ever got really super excited about was the second generation of pokemon. It was what made me buy my first game magazine, I liked the design of silver more than gold, also put the first two letters together and you have the initials of gold and silver.

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    Jib was my imaginary friend from when I was little. I just kept using the name over and over.

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    My story is far too long and wonderous to commit to mere language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Silver View Post
    The first video game I ever got really super excited about was the second generation of pokemon. It was what made me buy my first game magazine, I liked the design of silver more than gold, also put the first two letters together and you have the initials of gold and silver.
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    I have a penchant for puns (a punchant, you might say), an interest in devils (both baatezu and Biblical), and a refined taste in literature (speaking of which: Killer Angel, you have an excellent taste in books), so my username combines all three. (Also apparently a fondness for parentheses, but that isn't relevant to the username.)

    I settled on this particular punny name due to the avatar, or rather due to an event the avatar reminded me of. Story spoilered for length:
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    I was running a Baator-themed game during which the PC decided to try (emphasis on try) to dethrone Asmodeus. Unfortunately for the PCs, between excellent preparation and tactics on the part of Big A (including this) and incredibly unlucky rolls on their part, they just never caught a break. It got so bad that when they would talk strategy between sessions I started assuming my Asmodeus persona and taunting them about how the universe bent to his whims, they could never succeed, etc.

    They kept doing badly enough that by a few sessions later they were convinced that Murphy's Law was on Asmodeus's side, and the rogue's player (who'd been rolling practically all 1s and 2s on his hit dice and sneak attack dice with the two old, crappy d6s he owned) had gotten new dice for Christmas, so when we got together for New Year's and had a bonfire he planned to make a burnt offering to the dice gods to settle his luck. Right before he tossed his two d6s into the fire, I made some crack along the lines of "Your sacrifice is useless, some people are just doomed to go through life rolling one snake eyes after another," and when the dice fell in the fire...well, take a look at my avatar.

    Everyone there couldn't believe their eyes, and I of course played it off as if I'd planned it that way; the rogue PC left the party shortly thereafter and was replaced by a sorcerer who made a point of needing to make as few rolls as possible. So when I was searching for cool avatars and happened across this picture, I had to come up with a name that matched the avatar and its associations, and the rest is history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PairO'Dice Lost View Post
    I have a penchant for puns (a punchant, you might say), an interest in devils (both baatezu and Biblical), and a refined taste in literature (speaking of which: Killer Angel, you have an excellent taste in books), so my username combines all three. (Also apparently a fondness for parentheses, but that isn't relevant to the username.)

    I settled on this particular punny name due to the avatar, or rather due to an event the avatar reminded me of. Story spoilered for length:
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    I was running a Baator-themed game during which the PC decided to try (emphasis on try) to dethrone Asmodeus. Unfortunately for the PCs, between excellent preparation and tactics on the part of Big A (including this) and incredibly unlucky rolls on their part, they just never caught a break. It got so bad that when they would talk strategy between sessions I started assuming my Asmodeus persona and taunting them about how the universe bent to his whims, they could never succeed, etc.

    They kept doing badly enough that by a few sessions later they were convinced that Murphy's Law was on Asmodeus's side, and the rogue's player (who'd been rolling practically all 1s and 2s on his hit dice and sneak attack dice with the two old, crappy d6s he owned) had gotten new dice for Christmas, so when we got together for New Year's and had a bonfire he planned to make a burnt offering to the dice gods to settle his luck. Right before he tossed his two d6s into the fire, I made some crack along the lines of "Your sacrifice is useless, some people are just doomed to go through life rolling one snake eyes after another," and when the dice fell in the fire...well, take a look at my avatar.

    Everyone there couldn't believe their eyes, and I of course played it off as if I'd planned it that way; the rogue PC left the party shortly thereafter and was replaced by a sorcerer who made a point of needing to make as few rolls as possible. So when I was searching for cool avatars and happened across this picture, I had to come up with a name that matched the avatar and its associations, and the rest is history.
    Wow, that's just excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noparlpf View Post
    Wow, that's just excellent.
    It really is.
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    A magic sword I made up, randomly named, and either have not used in any story whatsoever or utterly forgot what kind of story idea I intended to use it for as soon after I made it. The name stuck somehow despite being complete gobbledegook and end up recycled into a character's name and later one of mymost common internet handle.

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    I love this ship. Everything about it except actually using it in games. And, for some reason, nobody else takes the name, a phenomenon which I find both strange and useful.
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    I PLAYED THAT PIRATES GAME.

    Still have all my ships somewhere at home. Think they're mixed with my brother's collection as well unfortunately. It was so much fun and the ships were so pretty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PairO'Dice Lost View Post
    Killer Angel, you have an excellent taste in books
    Tnx.

    Quote Originally Posted by PairO'Dice Lost View Post
    I have a penchant for puns (a punchant, you might say), an interest in devils (both baatezu and Biblical), and a refined taste in literature, so my username combines all three.

    I settled on this particular punny name due to the avatar, or rather due to an event the avatar reminded me of. Story spoilered for length:
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    I was running a Baator-themed game during which the PC decided to try (emphasis on try) to dethrone Asmodeus. Unfortunately for the PCs, between excellent preparation and tactics on the part of Big A (including this) and incredibly unlucky rolls on their part, they just never caught a break. It got so bad that when they would talk strategy between sessions I started assuming my Asmodeus persona and taunting them about how the universe bent to his whims, they could never succeed, etc.

    They kept doing badly enough that by a few sessions later they were convinced that Murphy's Law was on Asmodeus's side, and the rogue's player (who'd been rolling practically all 1s and 2s on his hit dice and sneak attack dice with the two old, crappy d6s he owned) had gotten new dice for Christmas, so when we got together for New Year's and had a bonfire he planned to make a burnt offering to the dice gods to settle his luck. Right before he tossed his two d6s into the fire, I made some crack along the lines of "Your sacrifice is useless, some people are just doomed to go through life rolling one snake eyes after another," and when the dice fell in the fire...well, take a look at my avatar.

    Everyone there couldn't believe their eyes, and I of course played it off as if I'd planned it that way; the rogue PC left the party shortly thereafter and was replaced by a sorcerer who made a point of needing to make as few rolls as possible. So when I was searching for cool avatars and happened across this picture, I had to come up with a name that matched the avatar and its associations, and the rest is history.
    That's amazing. I have always found your User name... brilliant, but with this story, it's now one of my favourites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Castaras View Post
    I PLAYED THAT PIRATES GAME.

    Still have all my ships somewhere at home. Think they're mixed with my brother's collection as well unfortunately. It was so much fun and the ships were so pretty!
    I once won a game with my brother in something around four turns. And then there were the 200-point deathmatches... Now all my ships are in tins somewhere (except for the Tortoise, which is on my Shelf of Shiny Objects and Miscellaneous Diminuative Keepsakes.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tvtyrant View Post
    My name comes from my area of birth/currently occupied location. I rule it so gently no one has noticed yet! I also picked this name about 12 years ago now...
    And all this time I thought you were a despot to televisions. Your pony seems too friendly to be that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proud Tortoise View Post
    I once won a game with my brother in something around four turns. And then there were the 200-point deathmatches... Now all my ships are in tins somewhere (except for the Tortoise, which is on my Shelf of Shiny Objects and Miscellaneous Diminuative Keepsakes.)
    I can't remember many of the games, unfortunately. I mostly wanted to collect the pretty ships. Did a few games which I'm pretty sure I won most of the time. Weren't that big a points level.

    Disappointed that it seems to have disappeared. Might have to try and find my old pirate ships and rules and see what I can do about making my own ships...
    "I'm just going on motive and opportunity here and the fact that if the earth got swallowed by a black hole, I'd look suspiciously in your direction first."
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    I made my own islands out of clay. They were really stupid though...

    Is there a thread for non-D&D miniature game discussion?
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