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Re: Was: Re: ash nazg on my pinky because it's too small

From:Danny Wier <dawier@...>
Date:Wednesday, December 18, 2002, 5:37
From: "Wesley Parish" <wes.parish@...>

> There's no harm in finding new names, once the creatures step beyond the > boundaries of Tolkien's world. I mean, I took my Lakhabrech from
> Orcs and Wild Men, stripped them free of the encumbering Tolkien
> gave them a name and found a new background for them, and finally parsed
> name (Yhe - the; Lakh(a) - free; brech - blood; the blood is free, the
> Blood), then found I had two other branches of the family/species tree, Nu > Ineya Khara-Ansha (The People of the Sacred Hunt); Li' Rakhebuitya (The > Fisheaters.).
Thanx, I need ideas for my humanoids. I talked about this before, but my tentatively-named "Elves" are actually angels or djinn or something similar in human-like form. And my "Orcs" are cloned Neanderthals. They represent the superego and the id respectively, using old-school Freudian terms.