Pakled Name Generator (Star Trek)

This generator can produce 15 random names at once, fit for the Star Trek universe's Pakled creatures. The Pakled are a creatures of heavy-set humanoids with droopy skin around their eyes and thick, bushy eyebrows rising upward. Because of their weight and lack of verbal abilities, they are viewed as unintelligent and innocent, but the Pakled used this impression to their advantage and sometimes fooled other species. Pakled are very lazy and tend to steal technology from other species, rather than make an effort to create their own. As such the organisms are less evolved than others. Pakled often appears to be nomadic in nature, going from world to world while deceiving ships and everyone else on their way with something worth stealing. Pakled names appear to consist of 3 syllables at all times, but they can be extremely difficult to pronounce. However, this is all based on just 3 Pakled names, so there might also be shorter or longer names. Still we stuck with three names for the syllables. There is no mention of Pakled gender, but since the names of Pakled are very simple in nature, we decided to simply end female names in a vowel. Obviously you are free to use your own idea or interpretation.

To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.

The second novel in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series, Pakled by author Patrick Rothfuss is set many years after the events of "Encounter at Farpoint". The Enterprise has just been refitted to have warp engines which will enable it to travel at warp speed and be an effective combat vessel. During its refits, Captain Riker decides that he would like to take part in a few tactical maneuvers that would allow him to change course mid-battle and go into battle more quickly and effectively. He is very pleased with the modifications to the ship, especially the tactical computer, and thinks that this new technology will make him a better officer. He tells Captain Picard that if the Captain gives him permission to try out some of his tactics, he would be happy to do so.

When the Enterprise arrives at a place called Farpoint Station, the warp core of the ship is overloaded with too much energy for normal use. The crew decides to use this overload to go into a combat mode and go after a Klingon battle cruiser that is coming out of warp. But when they do this, they are unable to control the ship or maintain the warp speed. This causes them to crash into a planet where an elderly man named K'mtar appears. He is surprised to see the ship but believes it to be damaged and cannot possibly make it back to his home planet.

The story of Pakled, the second novel in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series, takes us to the time when K'mtar is young and a child. He lives in a world that is ruled by the gods and is not a very peaceful one. He is quite different from his adult counterpart because he doesn't have any of the benefits that a god might have. He is very disappointed with his father and also feels the need to rebel against his father in order to survive in the world that he lives in.