list is by no means exhaustive, nor is it meant to imply a hierarchy of
quality. All of the links listed are quite excellent, and each provides
some unique take on name generation.
name generator: Seventh
Seventh Sanctum has a wealth of science-fiction and fantasy name generators
that run the entire gamut of name utilities. Much like TheForge, there
are setting, creature, and spell generators. Unlike TheForge, the Seventh
Sanctum also has innumerable aids and utilities geared specifically for
writing, such as literary theme generators, plotline generators, and even
a writing-challenge generator. A definite must-see for both name enthusiasts
and the imaginitively-starved.
Fantasy name generator: Squid.org
has a vast array of name generators, most notably, character names generators
rooted in some cultural dialect or lexicon. If you need a believable name
from all corners of the world, and some places that exist only in the mind,
Squid.org should be your first stop.
Fantasy name generator: Chris
Pound's Language Machine
Pound's has a rich and deep list of generators, most of which contain some
very specific focus, such as names from popular book series or culturally-believable
character names. But the real draw to Mr. Pound's page comes in the massive-generation
of the names. Some of Mr. Pound's generators can create up to 500 words
in a single draw, perfect for those who need inspiration in bulk.
Fantasy name generator: Philip
overwhelming majority of Mr. Riley's generators are geared towards cultural
and ethnic character names. If you are at a loss for what to name your
character from 'round the globe, this is the place to go.