Leonin Names Generator - D&D

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

Leonin Names

Zalria Goldenpelt
Preor Roughguides
Sinne Dawnhide
Bakneru Grandfront
Sarre Softforce
Porter Ironfront
Zirra Fiercewhisper
Krimneoz Gloombrace

Leonin Names Generator Settings

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


About Leonin

Leonin

The leonin is a tall humanoid race with a feline head from the land of Oreskos, in Theros. As its name might suggest, it shares features with its lesser relative, the lion. Leonins are also known as lionfolk.

They hardly interact with sentient creatures from other races. Despite their nomadic nature, they hardly ever leave their homeland, where they can get everything they ever need to survive and live comfortably. They also place heavy importance on tradition. Their societal structure is center around what they call "the pride", which is basically a community comprised of at least a dozen adults with their children, and a matriarch or patriarch as the head. They do almost every activity in groups and emphasize the community over the individual. In modern times, prides have progressively abandoned a nomadic lifestyle to settle in villages or even cities, often mingling with each other. In terms of religion, they don't have a particular devotion to any specific god, owing to their independence and natural skepticism.

Leonins are a bit taller than humans but have more or less the same life expectancy. Their fur and manes vary according to a specific bloodline or subrace. They also have strong jaws, which they use as a weapon for melee combat quite regularly. Their roar is an offensive ability used to frighten most creatures, inhibiting them from attacking for certain periods.

According to their bloodline, leonins are classified into 3 main subraces:

Royal leonins have a creamy white fur with manes of roughly the same color. They're believed to descend from an extinct royal line.

Wild leonins have golden fur. Males have bright manes, whereas females sport no mane at all. They possess more acute survival skills and are more pride-focused.

Grey leonins have ashen fur. Males display black, dark grey, or scarcely even blue manes; females, however, only have a dark fur stripe across their entire spine. They presumably come from a very old pride struck by a planar disturbance.

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