Centaur Names Generator - D&D

List of names and a name generator for the Dungeons and Dragons character Centaur.

Centaur Names

Renviat Mosschaser
Athen Rainbreaker
Khaldi Dustreveler
Rernial Brushhold
Hefrath Mossroar
Rhag Elmwatcher
Lilthan Winterprowler
Kaez'runil Springguard

Centaur Names Generator Settings

If you would like to generate more Centaur names then click the "Generate Names" button below. Additionally, you can choose the gender of Centaur names if you wish to do so.

About Centaur


The Centaur is both a monster and potentially playable Dungeons and Dragons race. With one of the highest walking movement speeds out of any officially recognized race at forty feet, and +2 bonus to STR, the centaur is an excellent choice for players eager to take advantage of a speed and strength-heavy build. Barbarians and fighters might find centaurs' racial characteristics especially useful. Charge is the centaur's most notable trait, allowing the player a crack at earning bonus attacks with the centaur's Hooves (the unarmed option).

Lorewise, the D&D centaur prefers forested areas; particularly, areas devoid of other parties. They travel in hunter-gatherer tribes in migration patterns that may take several decades to "complete" a route of. As such, it is rare for centaurs to travel their migration path in the exact same way that they first did when starting. With time, the land changes frequently around them, and they are quick to adapt. Those who do not are left behind by the tribe. If the abandoned can survive their tribe's rejection, they will then often settle into a society of other races.

Centaurs are humanoid-equine creatures. Their top halves are distinctly human, but their trunk shifts into the strong legs of a horse, bolstering their SPD. They frequently wield spears and swords, both of which are kept to their sides when not in use. Their coloration is largely similar to that of their bodily counterparts - skin tones for the centaur often range from lights to browns, and their equine hinds can reflect any number of horse species. They wear armor that looks similar to a saddle, but is not intended as such - while no rules regarding other races riding a centaur exist in 5E, given their nature, it is imagined that this would be an incredibly poor idea.

About Dungeons & Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game, which takes you and your friends to the realms of battles and wizardry. Dungeons & Dragons, as the most popular tabletop game in the world, is driven by the creative minds of the players, where the only limitation is ones' imagination.

Players can create their personal characters and determine their abilities, which affects how they deal with creatures they might encounter while adventuring through the wondrous worlds.

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Every player has the chance to demonstrate their imagination by choosing the name for their character. This might very well be one of the most important decisions one has to make in regards to the adventurer they like to portray. In D&D, the name gives other players an idea about the character's background, personality, and intentions. So selecting a name should not be taken lightly.

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