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What are some Japanese names for characters, objects, and locations you prefer over the official English ones? Hassan > Carver Rand > Buddy Roto > Erdrick (Still a cool name though) Kandata > Robbin' 'Ood (WTF is this name) Flora > Nera
The DQM series has always asked much of you when it comes to naming your critters. And most people probably start losing their creativity after the first dozen Demon-At-Arms asking for a clever name. But if it's a monster you're planning to use in your team for a while, you're liable to put some thought into giving it a good one. And sometimes, well... sometimes you catch a monster whose name is just plain written all over his face. It is SO obvious, you can't NOT name him that. Those are the kinds of names this thread is about. Think back to those situations where you scouted or synthed a new monster, and as the game asked you for a name, you took one look at the critter and went, "Well, that's OBVIOUS!" Then tell us all about it. Personally, I always name my first King Slime 'Elvis'... y'know, The King. And, by the same logic, my first Metal King Slime usually winds up being named 'Ozzy'. DQMJ2 offered a new monster with a very obvious name, though... at least for someone old enough to remember a certain classic beat-em-up. My Dual Duellers are named 'BadDudes'. Oh, and then there's my new favorite... when I finished synthing a Treeface from my starter Capsichum, I couldn't figure out what to name him... for all of 3 seconds. Then it came to me, and Bob Ross became a stable in my team for half the game. (For those of you who don't know, Bob Ross is a painter known for painting 'Happy little trees', so naming a Big Angry Tree after him seemed appropriately ironic.)