This generator will give you 15 random names for ruins, remains and other destroyed sites. Their names are not based on real-life ruins, since their names are often just the name given to them before they become ruins. You may have something like 'Ruins' or 'The.. I have included in this generator various types of ruin, for example reefs for sunken cities, temples and islands for the destroyed sanctuaries or hideouts. Of course, before they were destroyed, most ruin types could have been anything. A city, a temple, an outpost, a prison and many, many other things.
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Fantasy ruins are a popular setting in many of the best computer games of all time, including Star Wars and Elder Scrolls. These are places where ancient civilizations were destroyed, with the exception of one of those cities which were spared. This is very different from the typical fantasy game world that only has cities alone. While ruins can be found in many of these games, many do not have any real history behind them. Instead, they are simply places to visit and spend some time in, but which do not actually do anything.
Ruin can be defined as the ruins of something. A ruin, also called a crumbled temple, a fallen cliff, an old pass, an ancient chimney or an eroded mountain, is often a large mound of rock and earth, usually formed either by nature or intentionally formed by man. Ruins can be a location which are destroyed for good, but the remains of buildings are still present. These ruins are often made up of natural features such as hills, mountains, forests and ruins of buildings. They can also include other structures like palaces and pyramids, which are not natural formations, but rather constructed artificially or constructed from rock and stone.
Destructions in fantasy games are usually caused by the actions of evil characters such as evil gods or dragons who destroy the natural beauty of their world. They can also be caused by the actions of other humans who want to destroy the environment of the area that they are in or just destroy everything they see as being bad. Sometimes, there is more than one person who causes destruction in a single ruin. There are also times when the destruction is caused by a group of people who work together to stop each other. In many of the games that I have played, these ruins have been places to visit and to spend time in, but they also serve a purpose in the games that the characters are trying to complete.