Setting the theme for the blog this week is pirates – “Piracy is an act of robbery or criminal violence by ship or boat-borne attackers upon another ship or a coastal area, typically with the goal of stealing cargo and other valuable goods. Those who conduct acts of piracy are called pirates, while the dedicated ships that pirates use are called pirate ships.” (Source Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piracy)
This week’s PDF highlight, “Quick Generator – Pirate Name Generator” was published on the 9th of May, 2016. At the time of posting currently is “Silver” rated with a Drivethru metal rating, meaning it is in the top 17408 of products (14.86%) on sale there.
Quick Generator – Pirate Name Generator
Sometimes you don’t need an insane amount of tables and charts. You may just need something quick and simple to help flesh out basic details without going overboard on the details. This is where the Quick Generator is helpful, providing you with a simple one-sentence description of a particular subject.
Pirates can be found in many stories and settings, they come from many countries and were typically male, but female pirates were not unheard of.
The names generated by this set of tables will have a European feel to them and will have a mixture of names from various cultures, such as a first name from one culture and a surname from another.
Contains 4 x d100 tables, with 2 for first names (Female and male), a nickname and a surname, giving you a million possible combinations for male or female names
Sample names you can make with this quick generator:
- Anne “Blood” Bonnet
- Marta “Reckless” Pug
- Mary “Redbeard” Read
- Issac “Fire Touched” Garcia
- Ricardo “Seaweed” Simonson
- John “Iron” Jones
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