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Help me name my Twitter [Solved]
Sir CarcassI have been shown the end of my worldAustin, TXRegistered Userregular
So my current D&D group has decide to play around with creating twitter accounts for our characters and group, just as a way to be silly. I'm trying to come up with something clever for mine, but it's too early and it's not coming to me. These threads are usually fun to participate in, so I figured I'd create one.
The character's name is Sarre. He's a duskblade (3.5 edition). Sarre is taken, so I'd like something clever using his name. Some examples:
Some bits about the character: He's a human. He's the strong, silent type (charisma of 8, strength of 19). Dishes out some crazy damage ( the duskblade). Uses a greatsword. Can be kind of fragile (has the lowest AC of the group). He also has a reputation for being greedy even though he's not (I'm the person that writes down the loot, so it stems from the others giving me a hard time when I'm always asking about what loot we find). I'd like to play up the greed angle. Unfortunately symbols aren't allowed or I would have done something like $arre. Otherwise, I'd just like something funny using his name that kind of seems like the character. Basically, I'm looking for something Homestar Runner would create for one of their characters, like Cheatachu.