Last edited by ABog; 2010-10-28 at 01:04 PM.
Originally Posted by ubergoose
If I ever get around to making one it will be any Variation of Tirion or Arthas. *chuckle*
Female blood elf paladin, Chloe is the name.
Been so since start of TBC not gonna change.
Chloe - Raid leader of <The Titans> X @ Deathwing EU
Domine...and probably the only Paladin on my server without "Pal" or "Din" in the name somewhere.
Blessette - yeah I thought long and hard about that one :P
Your heart became proud on account of your beauty, and you corrupted your wisdom because of your splendor.
5960x @ 4.7 - tri sli k|ngp|n 980 - rampage V extreme - evga 1600w - caselabs sth10 - kingpincooling tek9 fat and f1 extreme.
Arturus, not very original but suiting.
CPU:i5 [email protected] GPU:EVGA GTX FTW 670x2 Mobo:Asrock Z77 Fatal1ty RAM:8Gb GSkill RipjawX@2133MHz Case:Antec 900Gen2 Cooling:Hyper212 Evo HDD:1 TB Seagate Barracuda PSU:Rosewill 750 KB:Logitech G510 Mouse:Razer Imperator
The root meanings of my first and middle names translated into Sindarin.
-Rock of (the) West Fields
"The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now."
Shermán as in sherman tank
BE pally, was Imsofine, got reported, changed to Sevenatenine, reported again and is now Brainstorm
My Paladins Name is Lukand it's a combination of my name with the one of my son
My Blood Elf Paladin is named Stormdash -- I wanted to think up a name that sounded authentically elven, I noticed all surnames for High/Blood Elves and most for Night Elves combine a verb and noun, usually with an aspect of nature (Windrunner, Whisperwind, Stormrage, Sunstrider, etc), and I've always liked weather, so there it is. To be honest, I've never figured out his first name
<=== Canadin... I'm canadian and he's my paladin
Real Paladins Do It with Crusader
The most valiant Valachir.
Mokrenst. Means nothing whatsoever