February 12, 2008
A lonely one who guides the lost - but not to safety, to their doom
The Great Archives determine I have gone by the identity Elijah Blanchard known in some parts of the world as Him of The Lost. What is your vampire name?
Related: Darker baby names suitable for goths and vampires.
Posted by Ghost of a flea at February 12, 2008 04:21 AM
from the darker baby names: Jezebel.
:^) think I'll just name the little girl 'Floozy'
they did seem to miss a lot of good names, though. many of your older ones: Makepeace, Silas, etc. would be excellent.
Swedish noctural models = AAA+++ WOULD VISIT AGAIN. Isn't it great living in The Future, where the most whimsical junk you can think of has already been commercialised by somebody else and slapped up on the Net?
But the dark baby names... gack. Talk about camp. Smoky? That's one of the most popular cat names. Zima? Now in Pineapple Citrus flavour! 70% of those names (but with new & improved "exotic" spelling) are guaranteed to be found in any given Forgotten Realms AD&D module.
I spent ten minutes this morning inserting and deleting a phrase along the lines of "They have a whole page of Sweden" but ultimately decided Flea-readers deserved to discover this fact for themselves.
The ones that sanction artful nudity but proscribe porn are the funniest.
i.e. it's okay if you're going to use tasteful subdued lighting and a gorgeous location (just like Playboy!). But if it's low-rent Big Jugs Monthly, well then forget it, Buster. Unless you can make it pretty, then I might think it's art.
Also (unrelated)... Morgana = Gothic Lee Aaron, and that ain't bad.