Acorn - Naive; outgoing; curious; appearance of an acorn.
Adder - Aggressive; loyal; appearance of an adder.
Alder - Reserved; cautious; wise; appearance of an alder tree; see Bark; see Timber.
Amber - Pushy; strict; amber-furred.
Ant - Cooperative; cocky; appearance of an ant.
Apple - Sweet; friendly; multi-skilled; appearance of an apple.
Arch - Strict; aggressive; observant; arched body part/marking.
Ash - Independent; moody; determined; appearance of ashes.
Aspen - Reserved; intelligent; cold; natural leader; appearance of an aspen tree.
For anyone who knows how to write (and I mean, REALLY knows how to write), you understand that a good story has everything written out on paper first. You know, stuff like Outlines, Plot Triangles, Character Profiles. This might be of a challenge to some of you and tie you down, but unless you are capable of keeping every piece of information in your mind, this is a good resource to fall back on. If you do not need this, then fineyou arent required to use it. According to Science Fiction Writers of America, do character sketches and plot summaries but do not let yourself be locked in by your planning documents.
In time, I will devise a website that will help more than just creating your character. On said site, I will post other outlines that will help YOU with YOUR writing, along with some very useful information.
Admireshipping (Bonz "Zombie Boy" x Mokuba)
Adoptshipping (Gozaburo x Seto)
Agonyshipping (Dark Marik “Melvin” x Marik x Thief King Bakura x Bakura)
Airshipping (Thief King Bakura x Priest Shada)
Akinshipping (Solomon Moto "Grandpa" x Mako Tsunami)
Ammoshipping (Gekko x Joey x Yako)
Amoshipping (Joey x Mai x Serenity)
Anagramshipping (Priest Karimu x Marik)
Analogshipping (Tristan x Bakura x Téa)
Angstshipping (Marik x Bakura)
Annoyshipping (Seto x Joey x Noa)
Anruishipping (Shaadi x Yugi)
Antagoshipping (Dark Bakura "Florence" x Seto)
Apocalypshipping (Dark Marik "Melvin" x Seto x Isis)
Apparishipping (Espa Roba x Bonz "Zombie Boy")
Apprenticeshipping (Mahado x Mana)
Aptshipping (Tristan x Isis)
Aquaintanceshipping (Tristan x Espa Roba)
Archaicshipping (Pharaoh Atem x Priest Seto x Thief King Bakura)
Ardentshipping (Tristan x Serenity)
Argenshipping (Pegasus x Bakura)
Aromashipping (Mako Tsunami x Tristan x Joey)
Aiko Loved one, Beloved
Akino Autumn field
Aimi Love, Beautiful
Aina Love, Affection
Airi Loving Jasmine, Loving Pear
Akane Deed red
Akemi Bright and Beautiful
Aki Bright, Sparkling Autumn
Akahoshi = red star
Aki = autumn/bright
Akihiko = bright/shining prince
Akihiro = bright scholar/shining abroad
Akio = bright man
Akira = anchor
Aoi = blue
Arashi = storm
Arata = fresh
Atsushi = cordial/industrious
Baiu = rainy season
Baaki = aeration
Bekkou = tortoise shell
Botan = peony
Chiriku = earth land
Cho = butterfly
Chouji = butterfly child
Couseki = tide/feldspar
Chouza = butterfly seat
Daichi = great land
Daiki = of great value
Daikoku = god of wealth
Daisuke = great helper
Dan = steps
Danzou = steps hide
Dei = mud
Dotou = surging waves
Ebisu = labor
Ebizou = shrimp elephant
Eiji = splendid ruler
Enma = ruler of hades
Fugaku = unlearned
Fujita = field
Fumio = literary/scolarly child
Futaba = sprout
Fuujin = god of wind
Gaara = I love a demon
Gantetsu = containing iron
Genma = lights on the sea
Genzou = to develop film
Gumo = spider
Hajime = beginning
Haku = white/pure as snow
Harou = springtime man
America: Alfred F. Jones
Argentina: Andres Garcia
Australia: Logan Kirkland
Austira: Roderich Edelstein
Belarus: Natalia Arlovskaya
Belgium: Bella Maes
Bulgaria: Milen Hinova
Brazil: Faustina Esteves
Canada: Matthew Williams
Cameroon: Roshaun Aboya Jamar
China: Yao Wang
Cuba: Ricardo Cruz
Denmark: Mathias K°hler
Egypt: Gupta Muhammad Hassan
El Salvador: Alicia Sanchez
England: Arthur Kirkland
Estonia: Eduard von Bock
Finland: Tino Vainamoinen
France: Francis Bonnefoy
Germania: Folkert Beilschmidt
Ludwig: Ludwig Beilschmidt
Greece: Heracles Karpusi
Hutt River: Dwight Kirkland
Holland/Netherlands: Herman Maes
Hong Kong: Li Xiao Chun
Hungary: Elizaveta Hedervary
Iceland: Emil Steillson
India: Neeraja Patel
Israel: Navah Azulai
Kugelmugel: Hubert Edelstein
Japan: Kiku Honda
Kenya: Radhi Abasi
Ladonia: Erland Oxenstierna
Latvia: Raivis Galante
Liechtenstein: Lilli Zwingli
Lithuania: Toris Lorinaitis
Genki- energy, healthy, happy, energetic
AI (1) f Japanese
Means "love" in Japanese.
AIKO f Japanese
Means "love child" in Japanese.
AIMI f Japanese
Means "love beauty" in Japanese.
AKANE f Japanese
Means "brilliant red" in Japanese.
AKEMI f Japanese
Means "bright and beautiful" in Japanese.
AKI m & f Japanese
Means either "autumn" or "bright" in Japanese.
AKIKO f Japanese
Means either "autumn child" or "bright child" in Japanese.
AKIO m Japanese
Means "bright boy" in Japanese.
AKIRA m Japanese
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Hearing the voice of someone you really knew, you turned around to face a certain hero. "I'm trying to find names."
"For characters on my story."
That hero, who was actually Tony Stark, raised an eyebrow. "Whoa there, you make another story? Aren't you tired from that series you made which consist 9- No, 10 parts?! Hell, you beat Harry Potter's number."
"Yeah, but her series haven't been made a movie, Stark. At least not yet." Said the almighty Captain America as he passed.
Suddenly, the three of you heard something in the vents and suddenly as well, someone fell with a loud sound. "Ow ow.."
"Clint! Are you okay?!" You quickly rushed from the sofa you were to help the archer.
"Nah, I'm fine." He brushed it off.
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