Are female fire gnomes in your future? If not, it’s high time you took that first step. Building an entire Gnome Fire Player Character can be a great way to show your female players just how much you appreciate them. In fact, a female player will probably love you for it. How’s that for a favor?
Customizing your female fire genasi is really very easy. You can use different components to make a variety of different types of dragons. For example, you can have a basic dragon with no wings and no tail. Take that piece of foam or plastic and mold it to fit onto the base of the female. Or maybe you want to take the green and purple colors from your female gnome and create a flying green dragon.
Dragon and dungeon role playing is great because it allows you to let your imagination run wild. While it is a game and all that, it lets you use everything you can think up. This means that it’s up to you to find a beautiful name for your female. The better the name, the more beautiful the character will be when you finally roleplay her.
Choosing a beautiful name for your fire genasi is actually fairly easy. First you’ll need to look through all of the dragon books and decide which ones apply to the setting of your game. There are some generic names like Sunshine and Gold, but you can use them as long as they aren’t used in conjunction with the final product (i.e., don’t use cadmus for a green dragon). After you’ve found some names, look up their meanings to see what they might mean in context.
Once you’ve settled on a few fire names, you need to make a quick list of traits that the prospective genus possesses. These include things like her beautiful eyes and long, silky black hair. Remember that this doesn’t need to be a list of every trait that she has, just a short list of the most important ones. This way, if you have a future follower whose name is Gold, you’ll be able to quickly find out if she has all the qualities you’re looking for. Some traits are more important than others, so remember to keep this in mind as you choose the file names for your future cadmuses.
The next thing you need to do is to think up names in terms of appearance. There are several different scales of dragon: Chrysoknight, Iridium, and Frost Lotus are only two examples. Which scale your female fire names will fall under depends on how the dragon is portrayed in drawings or figurine. Most dragons with scales of this nature are female, and so Chrysoknight would be a good name for a female warrior. Iridium and Frost Lotus, on the other hand, belong to the male species, and hence their names would be appropriate for male dragons.
The last thing you need to do is look for an online retailer who offers a custom painting service. Most retailers who offer custom painting services for female fire genasi 28mm miniature figures come with detailed instructions on how to paint the miniatures. A good tip here is to read the instructions right through until you understand the process. For example, if you want to paint the scales of a dragon with the wings spread out, you will need to read through the instructions to figure out how to place the painting in the proper manner. This process should only take about an hour or so, depending on the size of the dragon miniature you’re wanting to paint.
When it comes down to it, choosing the right name for your female Dragon Aspect is really just a matter of personal preference. As long as you choose a name that reflects the personality of your female, as well as something that is beautiful, you will be happy with the results. Some people prefer the original name, while others are more comfortable with a new or unique name. Whatever you decide, make sure you give your Dragon Aspect its proper name before you begin any painting. It will make all the difference in the world to come the first time you paint her.