Royal Navy: HMS TOG II Group ChatTOG II
Posted Oct 08 2013 - 04:33
I'd like to report that the HMS Nyx is no longer sailing without a name. For the Queen!
Posted Oct 08 2013 - 18:54
- Taken from Norse mythology.
- Relating to fire and destruction some how.
You could also try to make your own name using Old Norse, take some words and compound them together:
rof = destruction
rjúfask = to be destroyed
rjúfa undir = inflict wounds
rjúfa = rend or tear
bjǫð - land/ground/flat
vǫllr - field/plain
grund - ground/foundation
grunnr - foundation
jǫrð - earth/world/soil
Nýr - New One
nýr - new
jǫkull - glacier
hvalr - whale
nār - corpse
nāhvalr - Narwhal (corpse whale)
aldar rof - destruction of the age
regin þrjóta - end of the gods
ragna - conjure
unz um rjúfask regin - when the gods will be destroyed
þá er regin deyja - when the gods die
rök - fate
Hart er í heimi - It is harsh in the world
Mun engi maðr ǫðrom þyrma - No man will have mercy on another
Posted Oct 08 2013 - 19:58
I think that will be my TOG's new name. It is long, but only fitting.
Rough translation: HMS Landwhale That Sates Itself On The Lifeblood Of Foolish Noobs
Edited by CptSkyhawk, Oct 08 2013 - 20:00.
Posted Oct 09 2013 - 15:59
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Posted Oct 18 2013 - 10:28
Not to say that I bought one recently. I've had my TOG for quite a while now and I only just now decided to give her a name. Anyway, anyone have any ideas?
Fafner: Dragon (transformed from giant) from the "Ring cycle" operas.
Sleipnir: Odin's eight-legged horse. Twice the legs, and you have twice the tank.
Surt: King of the fire giants.
Posted Oct 19 2013 - 00:48
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Posted Nov 30 2013 - 05:44
Edited by Robtheliberator, Nov 30 2013 - 05:52.
Posted Dec 02 2013 - 01:12
Also, is the chat channel gone? .-.
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