wlister wrote:Harold the Red, you get to keep the Red as part of the name and Harold sounds suitably medieval. No historical figures were named Harold the Red, the origin is old english and it means army-power? At least in the baby book my wife bought. Sounds like a good name to me.
Duke_Dave wrote:I think I might be tempted to call him 'Beric the Briton'. The name sounds castle like to me,but only works of course if he is a Briton
Duke_Dave wrote:well if if you want gerrman names i'm afraid i cant help you much...its out of my experience.
Barbapple wrote:"Raul the Red"
Formendacil wrote:Well, you don't want a Viking name, so that scratches any Norse-type names, and reason you don't want a Viking name is because this is a knight, not a Dark Ages berserker, so that scratches Old English.
We need either something Norman (aka French) or German. Something tha continues to convey this ruddy character (and no, we can't use Henri).
Edward (as in I,II,II, and the Black Prince)?
(No, not Henry IV,V,VI)
Richard (as in I Lionhearted, II, III)?
(NO! WE CAN'T USE HENRY!!)
Louis? (as in a great many numbers)
Charles? (also a great many numbers)
I like Fredrick. As in Fredrick Barbarossa, Fredrick II, Fredrick IV (fought with Pope Gregory, formerly the monk Hildebrand) In fact, I like it so much, I won't suggest any more names that might be running through my head. AND THAT INCLUDES HENRY!!!
With or without the Barbarossa.
(Please note, I am not even attempted to outshow TTK in medieval expertise: names and geneaolgies are about my limit.)
LEGOFREAK wrote:name him steve.
i dunno.. he just sorta looks like a steve.
steve the knight.
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