Village Name Generation!
We need village names, so you can suggest some here.
The generator: http://www.big-robot.com/coverstuff/...WebPlayer.html
I don't know if this would be possible, but if a village were located near a river, perhaps suffix "upon [river name]" to the village's name?
Name generator didn't like this little laptop so haven't used, so apologies for repetitions.
Wonky; Largely; Shoddy; Chuffed; Perplexed;
Coddling; Leaning; Nonchalance; Fondling;
Twinned with ..., Winner best kept : village, flaps, nuts, bolts, lawns etc.;
Is it possible to get a list of all the current words in the name generation thingy already?
Similar to what Surlywombat has done but with the active ones. I was going to suggest a few but after clicking generate a few times I saw that some of them were already in there oO
Come up with a few first parts- Sandy, Mucky, Corpulent, North/South/East/West. Second parts- maybe some mechanical stuff? Gearton, Boxworth, Hingeford. Heck, you could generate the second part procedurally by just taking mechanical components and pairing them randomly up with -ton, -worth, -ford, -stanton or whatever.
Westyfield's idea about rivers came to me too. Could there be a list of river names it picks from too so that's randomly determined as well? Could make them all real rivers, even, to give the town a sense of real-world place.
Also, how about "Birthplace of:___"
Last edited by Kemuel; 05-14-2012 at 02:46 PM.
boner. make it say boner.
@Surlywombat Really like Chuffed, 'Chuffing' works too.
Strange, Stranger, Ample, Stalwart, Uppity, Buried, Lowest, Sideways, Haughty, Base, Rumble, Tame, More, Covert, Slightly.
Manor, Moor, -ton, Bridle, Copse, Corpse, Warren, Combe.
Twinned with Innsmouth, twinned with Zhangaqazaly, Famous pies, Genuine tarmack roads, See the Hermit!, Not a trap, No conference facilities, Organic.
You could also occasionally drop a "St." between first and second.
Originally Posted by JohnArr
I'll put the full list up somewhere when I get a chance.
Sunny, James, Steves, Happy, Lion, Corn, Wheat, Birming, Queens, Mill, Bright
Hill, -Wall, -Ford, Stead, Vale, Valley, -Chester, Close, Wood, -Ham, -Ley
It's a Trap!, Beware the Birds, Population: You, No Shoes No Service, I Like Turtles, Don't Touch Anything, Hey Sexy