Gnoll Names Generator - D&D

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

Gnoll Names

Ondath Of The Growling Exterminators
Umdog Of The Barking Savagages
Ugnak Of The Decayed Chasers
Esmal Of The Hulking Hoodlums
Irrom Of The Broken Gluttons
Alolk Of The Barging Mutilators
Usmot Of The Rambling Beasts
Obar Of The Broken Massacrers

Gnoll Names Generator Settings

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About Gnoll

Gnoll

If you are fascinated by game characters that seem to blend two species together in the most fierce ways, you may choose the hyena-like gnolls. Gnolls are a humanoid race resembling the hybrids between hyenas and humans within Faerûn. Characterized by their warlike methods and savage lifestyle, they are carnivorous beings that are quite dangerous in nature.

A must-mention thing about gnolls is their tendency to strike randomly and to kill by suddenly emerging from the wilderness. They can attack entire settlements and move to a new place, leaving only dead bodies and razed buildings behind. Humans living in fortified castles and donning warrior armors can survive gnolls. This species doesn't craft armors or weapons, but tend to scavenge things from the bodies of their dead victims, including scalps, teeth, ears and other parts that they string onto their armor.

Although, gnolls live in a variety of terrains and places, including underground habitats, they generally prefer warm plains. They avoid arctic areas and arid spots.

With an average height of 7 feet to 7.6 feet, gnolls are extremely tall creatures with a lean build. They mostly weigh around 280‒320 pounds and are surprisingly quick as compared to humans because of their structure and height. Their skin sports a greenish-gray tone, while their fur features a light or dark brown hue. They can sometimes have stripes or spots, and some also turn dirty yellow to reddish-gray for their crest-like mane when they are angry.

Gnolls are one of those rare species that emphasize on family bonds and are known to respect blood ties more than any relationship. A chieftain leads some gnoll societies that are patriarchal in nature. The chieftains keep harems and breed for fieriness as they are the biggest and the most powerful of the group. Gnolls are quite fond of hyenas and also like to have them as pets or use them for hunting. Another pet preferred by gnolls is hyaenodons.

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.

When playing Dungeons & Dragons, one must not worry about winning or losing. The game has no general end, since campaigns - a storyline or set of adventures, could continue indefinitely. Therefore, a game could be going on for months or even years, leaving the players with an option to meet up whenever they like and take up the adventure where they left off. Even though the group might fall in the battles with invincible creatures, there can be no losers in the game. All players are considered winners, as long as everyone had fun creating unforgettable storylines and enduring experiences.

Considering that Dungeons & Dragons is a role-playing game, each player lies with a task to truly embody the character they are playing. The character that each player chooses, forms the essence of the game for them. To start off the character creation, it is wise for a player to acknowledge which kind of adventurer they want to portray. Considering this, a player should choose themselves a race, for example, a dwarf or a gnome, which is followed by a class, like a fighter or a barbarian. Each race has its own strengths and weaknesses, as well as racial traits.

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.

In this regard, we have wandered around uncountable realms, collecting information about Dungeons & Dragons naming conventions. Our mission is to lend a helping hand to players, when choosing the perfect D&D names feel overwhelming.

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We hope that you encounter endless adventures, carrying a name that echoes in the realms of Dungeons & Dragons!