Deep Gnome Names Generator - D&D

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

Deep Gnome Names

Hamaschi Opalbender
Tardrirs Pebbledesigner
Briertic Grimegazer
Dilkid Onyxsearcher
Ugnalne Turfseeker
Zaggih Dustbiter
Krirtend Pelletrater
Huthiella Tinholder

Deep Gnome Names Generator Settings

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

About Deep Gnome

Deep Gnome

Also called svirfneblin (in their common language), deep gnomes are a type of gnome that, as the name suggests, live in the deep, far below the surface in chiseled caverns, in the region called the Underdark. They gather in large communities within strongly fortified precincts. They differ from their surface relatives in terms of skin tone and sense of humor. While surface gnomes tend to be cheerful and humorous, deep gnomes are more reserved and cynical, often wary of other creatures or races. With that said, their alignment can still be described as neutral good and they're classified as humanoid.

Deep gnomes can blend with their rocky surroundings due to their gray or brown skin, similar to that sported by drows and duergars. Males are bald and unable to grow beards, whereas females are capable of growing hair. Their height hardly exceeds 3'6" (107 cm) and, ordinarily, they can weight up to 45 lb. They possess darkvision ability, allowing them to see even in total darkness. Their shapeshifting skills, as well as their resistance to magic and detection avoidance, comprise some of their most touted capabilities, thus, they excel in defense and life preservation more than in offense.

On the other hand, due to the environmental conditions in which they live, their lifespan is a bit shorter than that of their kin. While regular gnomes have a life expectancy of over 300 years (and are able to endure even 500 years), deep gnomes only live for 250 years on average.

They also have a very limited sense of historical consciousness, perhaps owing to the fact that the very concept of days or the day/night cycle is unusual to them. The only well-known lore that has been preserved among historians is the history of Blingdenstone, a settlement that came to existence in the Year of Fragile Beginnings.

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