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Seventh Sanctum - Superhero/Villain Name Generator

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Villainy 101, Academy of Ultimate Villainy, 10 things, Of Battles Dragons and Swords of Adamant, Gillian Bronte Adams

Villainy 101, Academy of Ultimate Villainy, 10 things, Of Battles Dragons and Swords of Adamant, Gillian Bronte Adams

There is enough wickedness in the world already. The only villain I feel comfortable bringing to life on my pages is the disillusioned hero who will become good again at the end...but will readers go for it?

There is enough wickedness in the world already. The only villain I feel comfortable bringing to life on my pages is the disillusioned hero who will become good again at the end...but will readers go for it?

This is actually informative to me<<<<I'm not a murder!! I'm just a writer who's writing ABOUT murder. There's a difference

This is actually informative to me<<<<I'm not a murder!! I'm just a writer who's writing ABOUT murder. There's a difference

spread the blessing< I love how instead of saying may the "internet not distract you", they say may it not distract you "Much"

spread the blessing< I love how instead of saying may the "internet not distract you", they say may it not distract you "Much"

YES. YES. Anthropology hath opened mine eyes to the laziness of modern fantasy writers and I cannot STAND it.

YES. YES. Anthropology hath opened mine eyes to the laziness of modern fantasy writers and I cannot STAND it.

Pining this here so I don't forget how to make these numerous character's deaths even sadder . . .

Pining this here so I don't forget how to make these numerous character's deaths even sadder . . .

But hang on...I just read the first two like this is a set of instructions. Like, "Kill someone, and record how it goes wrong." I suppose committing murder irl would be good writing reference. And I bet you I could also finish my novel, what with the twENTY YEARS IN JAIL I'D GET sweet Elbereth that sounds like a great idea. /Why don't I go kill someone and see how it goes wrong?/

But hang on...I just read the first two like this is a set of instructions. Like, "Kill someone, and record how it goes wrong." I suppose committing murder irl would be good writing reference. And I bet you I could also finish my novel, what with the twENTY YEARS IN JAIL I'D GET sweet Elbereth that sounds like a great idea. /Why don't I go kill someone and see how it goes wrong?/

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