This generator of names is designed to give the following 15 random names and titles for geniuses, djinns, jinns and other similar beings. They were originally created from a smokeless, yet burning fire, while still having a physical body capable of interacting with the world. Unlike many later genius adaptations, they could be good, bad, or neutral, and they had free will. In more modern fictions geniuses they are often linked to a lamp or other object, and they grant 3 wishes when summoning, whether these wishes will be granted in the way you think they're going to depend completely on the genius, because some are malicious, evil or tricksters in some form or some form. For this generator of names and a few other cultures I have mainly used Arabic nomenclatures, and I have included titles, which lead to names such as 'Alakir the Magnificent' or 'Sahira the Incredible.'
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A more lovable and infinitely more powerful Genie is just waiting for you to add a new class to your party. Find it all over at Homebrewery, if you're like me and you love it, then you could always deviate Genie names and get an entirely different role playing character. But if you would rather play the standard Genie from the original D&D game, then a few new Genie names could be just what you need to bring out that Genie in you.
The first one of the new Genie names that you should consider using is "Glow." This would be a fantastic choice if you were playing a new player in your party, especially if they're the kind of person who likes to make a dramatic entrance, or just want to feel like they're really going to win at your game. They might not be able to turn into a dragon or anything else magical, but they will be able to become incredibly lit up and noticeable, which is a trait that any good Genie should have. If you're having trouble deciding on a name, then this might be the one you're looking for. It also looks a little bit different than "Dawn," which is an appropriate name for a new player in your party.
If you're playing a new player from the original D&D game, then you may want to consider calling them "Wizards" and changing their name to that. This is a little bit harder than changing their name, but it might work out in the end. If you were to try and make a new character with the same name as the original Genie, they could easily be recognized by their stats. And of course, if you get tired of that player, then you could easily change their name to something completely different and new, and they would look completely different in the party.