This name generator will send you 15 names which will usually match the Starfinder universe shirren. Once part of a hive mind, the shirren is an insect-like, humanoid form of being. Although breaking away from their hive minds, and deeply appreciating their individual personalities, their cultures are still dear to them. At the same time , having rid themselves of their hive mind mentality, they take great pleasure in making their own choices, no matter how limited those choices might be. Shirren interacts telepathically, and they have telepathic names that are more a series of images than a real name. Yet names have also been vocalised. Those names tend to sound sharper, often with a k sound in their name somewhere. As there are names that sound somewhat more melodic, this is not a strict rule though. Given that the names in the source book are not divided based on gender, they are considered unisex in this generator.
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The Shirren is a human race from Starfinder. They are a species of horrific insectmen once part of an ancient galactic alliance of war known as the Swarm. At some time a disastrous mutation caused this race to develop a strange affinity for free will and therefore, they decided to go out and enjoy life with everyone else. As they did so, they discovered a whole new universe they could explore and eventually they came into conflict with a rival species known as the Raksha. However, what they didn't know was that they would become the antagonists of a future trilogy in Starfinder called The Wrath of Shirren.
The Wrath of Shirren is a very fast-paced action adventure book by James R. Perkins. The book is very well written and I enjoyed it quite a bit. It is also well paced and the action in the book kept me interested throughout the story. What makes the book interesting is the fact that its characters feel like real people. You can see their thoughts and emotions and you can feel their pain. They have motivations that you can see through the course of the book.
The novel itself is a sequel to Starfinder, a Starfinder campaign setting. It has some good scenes that tie back into the book and that is what attracted me to the book so much. Overall, it was a great read. It was also well paced and I found myself engrossed in the story until the end. I also like the fact that Perkins doesn't pull any punches when it comes to his writing style. There were plenty of surprises, twists and turns and some very good character development. It made for a very entertaining read.