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So my fluff is based around a Soceress (The Sea Witch) who rules her minions from the deck of a Black Ark and travels around the Old World raiding and pillaging.
Except I'm having problems coming up with names for the Ark!
Any suggestions anyone?
Hmm... that is kinda tough.
Although I just had an interesting one pop into my head >< dunno if you'll like it or not.
Naggarath's Reach (sp?) - Just imagine them coming up on an unsuspecting shoreline village far from where Dark Elves are normally found. Truly it proves the reach and power of the Witch King!
That is assuming your Sorceress cares at all about Malekith. >.< (Sp? Tired, my elvish is terrible right now!)
- Death's touch
- ...........'s Embrace ("......" being the name of your sorceress
- The Ebon Chariot
Nice ideas guys.
I scratched my head for a bit, had a think and then had a CHEEZETASTIC idea,
Years ago their was a old cartoon called "The Pirates of Dark Water".
The main antagonist was an evil Pirate who sailed on a massive fortress-sized ship that was home to all manner of monsters.
The ship was called The Maelstrom.
So my raiding force will be named either:
1) The Riders of the Maelstrom
2) The Raiders of the Maelstrom
The Black Ark will be called......of course.......The Maelstrom.
Hah! I remember that show! >_< Do it!
I think "Raiders" is the best suited; unless you intend to use a lot of cavalry. <@-@> Any chance you'd actually create the Black Ark as a terrain feature? I'd be interested to see it if you did.
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i considered contributing "the ebony ark" but that just sounds like a movie from the seventies with black actors with huge afros or possibly a Beyonce album
why this thread caught my eye: the black arc was the recording studio of an artist i like, Lee "scratch" Perry