Thought i made up the name, than i remembered that they are classic rock band spelled Jethro Tull. I always envision my argonians having bard like qualities. And it sounds a lot like an argonian name, and for icing on the cake, Jethro Tull has a song called Aqualung. It was meant to be.
LIZARDMAN. He's naked and steals sweetrolls from kids. The nude mod doesn't hurt either. It's actually not suprising that he was gonna be executed in Helgen, now that I think about it. His imperialized name is Tickles-Many-Booties. Good times...
Kadawon01 wrote: LIZARDMAN. He's naked and steals sweetrolls from kids. The nude mod doesn't hurt either. It's actually not suprising that he was gonna be executed in Helgen, now that I think about it. His imperialized name is Tickles-Many-Booties. Good times...
Edit: Sometimes the best way to get a thread back on topic, is with humor. Sometimes, there's no way to get it back on topic. BTW, to be fair and I'm not trying to argue, but it's not contributing to a topic to just say "Guys, go back on topic". If you don't like this comment, you may remove it.
I keep it simple when it comes to Argonians. Prefering the imperialized versions. Silent-Scale, Deft-Tail, Pond-Jumper, Hunts-in-Rain, Ice-in-Blood, Tooth-in-Flesh. things like that. Almost Evert Argonain I make ends up being an archer. So tend to pick names that have a hunting-esque sound to them.
My first character was an Argonian named Agius. I like to think he was raised in Cyrodiil and tried to assassinate Titus Mede II but failed and fled to Skyrim. He eventually got a second chance and was able to finish what he started.
I began my only playthrough unknowingly RPing (I thought that's how people played Skyrim and didn't realize I was in a minority.) as a nonviolent petty thief. I detested unnecessary bloodshed. Then one fateful day I struck up a conversation with Brynjolf and found that his organization shared my view on violence. After pouring my heart and soul into the Thieves Guild I found that everything I worked for had been undone by a man I trusted: Mercer Frey. When Brynjolf, Karliah, and I finally confronted him, both my allies went down. Filled with murderous fury, I battled him lizard to man. He went down on his knees and begged for mercy. But my rage was like Greek fire and I killed my defenseless opponent in cold blood.
Shocked at what I had done I abandoned the Guild to wander Skyrim's secluded places to try and make sense of my unpunished sin. I came upon a little boy desperate for freedom from a certain headmistress of an orphanage. My heart melted at the boy's pleading and turned to stone when I witnessed the headmistress berating the orphans. I slunk back into the orphanage after dark and stuck an arrow in her side. I returned to the boy disheartened that I'd killed yet again. He was overjoyed at my success, oblivious of the toll it took on me. I then discovered the Markarth Warrens and resolved to stay there and work the smelter as my penance. However, fate is cruel and merciless.
I awoke in a shack with three prisoners and an assassin. To leave I had to kill a prisoner. I considered each in panic, trying to make an impossible decision. Then the decision was made for me: the Nord begged for mercy. Just. Like. Him. Mercer Frey. The realization that a part of him still lived on in others enraged me beyond the breaking point. I burned the Nord alive.
Thus began my career as an assassin. The Dark Brotherhood gave me strength and obliterated my guilt. I had been reborn a new man.
1) Tyrant like a t-rex 1st character
2) Serpentus cos F**k you that's why 2nd characte
3)Walks-on-Water because time to get serious 3rd
4)Dances-in-Moonlight sounds good character 2 b
5) Skates-on-Ice argonian born in northern skyrim
I named mine Walks-the-Shadows. Master of sniping and sneaking and dungeon explore. A member of the bard college, the companions, thieves guild, the dark brotherhood, college of magi and the imperial army. Also, a champion of the daedric princes and thane of each of the different holds.
Under-Cold-Seas in Online. I like to give lore-friendly names. I decided he was born a slave, likely to the Dres, and had never even seen Black Marsh before the forming of the Ebonheart Pact freed him when he was just about coming of age.
My Argonian character's name is Drasnir, in out-of-game etymology, it is a combination of the Dutch word "drassig", meaning "swampy", with a suffix "nir" to make it sound like a name. In-game, it is actually a corruption of Dasu-Nir by his father, named Dasu-Nir, who thought very higly of the Nords and wanted a more Nordic-sounding name (though it sounds more like a Dragon name...), Dasu-Nir's father was also called Dasu-Nir, leading all the way back to Dasu-Nir sr. sr. sr. sr. sr., otherwise simply known as "Dasu-Nir, the Hero of Kvatch", my character in Oblivion and the younger brother of my soon-to-be character in Morrowind, whose name is going to be a female verison of "Dasu-Nir", something like "Dana-Nir", perhaps... unfortunately, if Argonia is going to be set after Skyrim, my character cannot be descendant of Drasnir, as he married a Dunmer (Brelyna Maryon) (something that would make his great-great-great-great-grandfather, who, a few years prior to the events of TES III, escaped slavery in Morrowind and utterly loathed Dunmer, turn in his grave.. err... the Hist) and as such could not have reproduced.
Named mine Hissune because it sounded sort of reptilian, after some character in an old book series I've never read but encountered by wikiwalking TVTropes. Obviously doesn't mean anything in-universe, though my headcanon Cyrodiilises it as Sings-with-Snakes. He's horribly absent-minded and keeps (mostly accidentally) leaving his kids alone for weeks at a time before returning with apologetic sweetrolls (well, there's the housecarl -- Lydia makes a decent babysitter). He's far more afraid of bears and bandits than something as ridiculously killable as dragons or draugr deathlords, which results in him sneaking absolutely everywhere and shooting, at maximum distance, anything that even sneezes in the bushes rather than risk sudden melee. Incapable of sticking to any sort of road, his hobbies are mountain-climbing, collecting books and far too many alchemy ingredients to carry, and making fine jewellery (with legendary Argonian craftmanship). His favourite shout is Aura Whisper: it helps him with stuff like one-shotting giants with a bow from a high vantage point far, far away from the sodding thing itself -- preferably somewhere in the next hold. Hates Chaurus with a burning, blistering, utterly terrified passion.
Other things I'd name an Argonian include: Hist-Hugger, Nibbles-on-Siblings, Licked-a-Hatchling, Would-Hit-a-Netch, Wants-a-Wamasu, Scatter-Scales, Hauls-Arse, Bites-Your-Nose, By-the-Nine-Why-Me, Dropped-His-Sword, Wiggle-That-Tail, Aims-at-Centre-Mass, Sinks-in-Bogs, Runs-Away-and-Falls, Face-Full-of-Frog, Headshots-Handsomely, Serpentine-Sex-Machine, Mingles-with-Mudcrabs, Sera Swears-a-Lot, Hey-Sithis-Check-This, and Deethora the Explorer.
In Black Marsh there is a powerful Hist Mage named Reeethus. He has 2 children, Milnesh (oldest) and Akiresh (youngest). The Hist sent Akiresh to Skyrim in order to revive one of his cousins, the Gildergreen. But soon she will realize that reviving a tree is the least of her problems. The civil war and the dragons are tearing the province apart and although she joined the Contractors, a guild specialized in helping people, she is just one Argonian mage. Fortunately for her, she can count on the help of her best friend, the Khajiit Dragonborn Shigeru. During her journey she met Scouts-Many-Marshes, who becomes her husband after the Empire destroyed the Thalmor in the Great War 2 and both gave birth to Neesha, who becomes the best friend of Gaurunn, the son of Shigeru and his wife Shabhira. Gaurunn is a Nord name but Shigeru named his Khajiit son after his adoptive Nord father who was killed by the Thalmor.
Never really thought of being Argonian before but since playing this amazing game I thought I'd give it a shot. I generated a buffed, black scaled, male Argonian with 4 horns. Also I prefer using Dark Brotherhood/Thieves Guild methods so I came up with Grix-Grecko. Thought it would be appropriate to use both a Gray Fox/Louie Le-chance mixture with a bit of Black Marsh slang thrown in.
Got the idea from two Argonians in Morrowind. One named Hides-His-Eyes and, the other, Hides-His-Foot.
Had an Oblivion Character who had this exact name - Though prior to the in game story he had pledged himself to Sheogorath in exchange for freedom from dunmer enslavement. He was dubbed Hands-His-Hide based on the terms of the Bargain he struck.
Eats-All-Candy, my awsome sorceress...Her name was suppose to be Eats-All-Candies but it is what it is..She got that name because she's actually pinkish and I thought, let's give her a sweet name......*I was also thinking about sweets atm*
My argonians name was Gahz-Daal Brush before he changed it to Derony to escape his past life, he was a slave travelling from Black Marsh to Cyrodiil but a lockpick got stuck in his pocket in the northern part of Cyrodiil and he broke free without anyone knowing. He ran hard and past the borders of skyrim all the way to Darkwater Crossing, a place near one of the nine holds in Skyrim, Eastmarch. He was starving and thirsty so he went to the lake to get a drink but was then ambushed by the imperial army and was mistaken to be a stormcloak rebel that ran away from his captors days earlier beacause there was a runaway with his exact description. He now seeks out the rich and steal from them so they know what it feels like to be in a ditch, he is an assassin, a Shadowscale at that, which Veezara of the Dark Brotherhood thought he was the last but no Derony was hidden and then found and taken into slavery, he is a companion to try and shed light on evrything in the world and help the poor, misguided, and lost, and finally he is a mage that dwells at the College of Winterhold from time to time, He wanted to master the arcane arts unlike any other argonian.