The Writer’s Workshop helped me out with a few ideas. Honestly, I didn’t think too much about it until then, I was just going to recycle my names from previous strategy games.
Liyl was the name for a kingdom set in a sea of endless plains, broken only by a distant forest and the massive body of a deceased Titan, named the Titanic Ruin.
Toel was based on top of a series of white cliffs jutting out of woodlands, with the Leporians, a clan of bunny-folk, living nearby. Also faced with Titan problems, pretty much everyone is.
Carbas is a developed, industrial trade city, with a great dam that is used to irrigate crops, store water, and power devices. Definitely my vote for a Steampunk-esque city.
Only Carbas was named purposefully so far; I thought of carbon/charcoal and its role in smelting and steel production and the name fit for me.
Would I use these names for my actual games once my computer is graced with Stonehearthian goodness? I’m not sure. Nearly every game I play is driven by the stories I make for them as I go, so maybe I’ll create more for the chance at a new tale to tell.
Sheesh, quite a Romantic mindset there. You should see my Minecraft games…[quote=“SteveAdamo, post:4, topic:3235”]
i suppose mine would both inspire fear in my enemies, and admiration from my citizens
Go for Party Palace. Party Palace every time.