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Well, I've modeled my Argonian character after me a bit, especially in that he's a book aficianado (I probably butchered that word XD), and after a bit of consideration, and keeping in line with Argonian names, I decided on "He-Eats-Books".
I've got some backstory for Books, but there's not enough room here for that (in short, he was born in Black Marsh, ended up being raised in Cyrodiil, and whilst travelling in northern Cyrodiil, accidentally gets mixed up in Ulfric's arrest, and thats where everything starts.)
"keeping in line with Argonian names", shouldn't it be "Eater-of-Books" or "Eats-Books"? I've never seen their Colovian names be gender specific.
Well, as someone said before, there are some Argonian names that follow this format, like Deep-In-His-Cups. I just thought it sounded different.
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