This generator will create 15 random names that match for the Blins of Zelda's Legend universe. Blins are a race of goblin-like humanoids that can differ greatly in their appearance. Moblins are tall and dog-like humanoids, Bokoblins are tiny and rat-like and, for example, Miniblins are more satyr-like. The vast majority of them are hostile, but as well there are a handful of docile Blins. There aren't many named Blins, in fact we could only find 4. Bulblin, Moblin, Karuna, Moe, and ... Like the previously listed Miniblins, Bokoblins, and Moblins for example, the -blin suffix is also popular among type names. This generator generates names with the -blin suffix, as well as Karuna-like names. This does mean that there is no great variation of names such as you would usually find in most cultures and so on, but they do suit everything. We skipped Moe, since it seems like a short version of Moblin. So all the names should be used in this way, in our view. For example, Bulblin could be called Bul for short.
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The first part of a Blin's description is "blin" which is a slang term for Bokoblin. Moblins are generally the strongest ussual Bokoblin, while other blins air -powered and more hylian sized. So what's the difference between the two? Well the only way to find out would be to find out for yourself. Here's a quick rundown:
The first thing we've got to know about the Bokoblin is the fact that they are not "giant", like many others in the game. Moblins that are -powered aren't the actual height of height. Instead, these blins have their own physiology and even have internal organs as well. This makes them a little different in appearance than a regular Bokoblin. It also makes them a little more dangerous.
Now that we've got the big picture out of the way, let's move on to the "big question". Why is the Blin named after a type of monster that has a face on its back? There are a few theories, but I can only point out that the Blin's name was actually inspired by Zelda itself, the game where this happens in, and that's what makes me so excited about this character. What say you?