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  1. #21
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    First Part:
    Major, Fairy, Little, Sweaty, Fried, Shallow, Burmuda, Rural, Saint, Flint, Boggy, Old.

    Second Part:
    Burrow, Tew, Norton, Country, Idyll, Marsh, Stench, Mist, Burning, Wreck.

    Third:
    Mind the mud, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Slow children crossing, The town of Pillows, The town of Hats, Beware of pedestrians.

    Edit: Sorry for the bump.

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    First Part:
    - Diddle, Jester, Kings, Queens, Little, Grand, Church, Saint George, Fort, White, beach, Lake, Stony.
    Second Part:
    - Avon, Field, Fell, Forest, Road, Walk,

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    Was having fun with the name generate thing. These are ones that came up for me:
    Hedge Bury
    Hedge Eating
    Down Eating, under it said, welcomes careful drivers.
    Loose Cove
    Loose Bottom

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    Here's a couple of links that have bucket loads of good names in...
    http://www.ashton-under-lyne.com/placenames.htm
    http://www.anglotopia.net/ultimate-l...h-place-names/

    For the 3rd part how about:
    Home of Tweed
    Run while you can
    Prepare to meet your doom
    Don't talk to strangers
    Birthplace of Lord Tweedington (I'm sure you can find some better names than that!)

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    For the 3rd part I'd like to suggest "where the ducks play football", from the traditional Yorkshire song "On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at", or in English, "On Ilkley Moor Without [a] Hat"

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    How about some historical names from literature that's from the same genre?

    Edgar Alan Poe and Arthur Conan Doyle's works are out of copyright so will be free to use:

    Baskerville, Reichenbach Falls etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobdell View Post
    How about some historical names from literature that's from the same genre?

    Edgar Alan Poe and Arthur Conan Doyle's works are out of copyright so will be free to use:

    Baskerville, Reichenbach Falls etc.
    I like this idea! Not that I'm that up on historical english literature, so probably wouldn't recognise many myself, but it would really tie the game into a proper fictional english landscape.

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    Dunny-on-the-Wold. It's a rotten borough.

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    First Part: Sproston, Remington, Berkeley
    Second Part: Green, Bisley, Hunt
    Third Part: "We deal in lead."

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    Elysian Fields
    Twinned with Fiddler's Green.

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