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I was calling my Chars in Diablo 2 by their build/play style. It started with the Necromancer using only bone skills, curses and Clay Golem. I called him Pure_Bone. Then all others started by Pure. PureSword, PureChant, PureLight, PureKiller(PK).
Also, Purelaine is a word used to name people with roots from the old French colony in Canada. I started using it so people from Quebec would know I'm french Canadian without asking.
[Aster ("Star" in old grec) - Also several names of flowers in shape of a star.]
Asther Am Nargath : The Star of the North is the complete name.
She is a Barbarian old caracter from Dungeons & Dragons, played on paper and on computer (mostly in Baldur's Gate serie and Neverwinter Nights) since the mid 90's.
Her origin takes place in Icewind Dale, behind the Spine of the World and at very north from the Sword Coast.
She left her land and her group (just like in diablo) to discover the world.
After brawling in disgusting bars in Luskan city, she earned a crappy-magnificent boat that she named proudly after her "The Star of the North". She left quicly to install her in a more respected place like Neverwinter.
She killed Baal in 1999 and Diablo in 2012, and also appear in World of Warcraft from 2006 to 2012.
To be continued...
Edited by Asther#2240 on 11/28/2012 12:19 PM PST
Started reading " A Song of Ice and Fire" about 10 years ago. Any of you who read the book know who this is.
My in game charcter is Beric.
You see the theme.
I love when i meet someone who knows what my name is
Bonus Point to
whoever says what happened to Rhaegar
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