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Russ Morrissey's 1d100 Dwarf Names

Russ Morrissey's 1d100 Dwarf Names

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This small booklet, is designed to help you quickly find a dwarf name for your game, with influences from Tolkien to Salvatore.

In the pages of this short document, you'll find 100 different dwarven names. When in need, simply throw 1d100 and voila! You have a dwarf to introduce to your players! Dwarves such as:

Bobur Redmace

Gimin Greymine

Dolin Battlelock

Biri Stonebreaker

Bombur Silversmith

 
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Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
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July 7th, 2013
Some people struggle to come up with character names, other people seem to produce an endless stream of them... and some folks have some really strange names for their characters (she says, remembering DMing a 'Samian Ware' and struggling to keep a str [...]
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