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I am currently working on a Fantasy story and I have a character in it who is an elemental magician. I have named her Mareena, but as Peter P has mentioned this has been used before, so I am looking to find another name for her.
Background - There are four elemancers or elemental sorcerers. Each specialises in using either of the four elementals - earth, air, fire and water.
The Earth elemancer is called Elrok of Petapolinio.
The Air elemancer is named Valeris.
The Fire elemancer is called Naas of Gurenheim.
The Water elemancer was called Mareena of Rinuscus.
So I am looking for ideas on names which might give a suggestion of liquid or water.
Here is the physical description and abilities of the character:-
Mareena the Aquamancer
Mareena of Rinuscus (an underwater colony off the coast of Thijime) is a female mancer controlling the water element. His skin is a liquid grey-blue colour that is ever fluctuating in the light. Her hair is light blue tinged with yellow and green near the tips of her flowing locks. Her face is elfin with a sharp nose and chin and pointed ears and high strongly defined cheekbones. Her face is paler than the rest of her body and she has thin dark eyebrows and purple lips and tongue. She wears a green full-length wet-dry suit made from the skin of a large otter-like creature. The contoured body suit insulates her from any natural climatic conditions. Her boots are made from the hide of the grey mauler, a leviathan that dwells in the Jungaian oceans.
Amongst her abilities which she learnt from the Kiama, she controls lost souls by summoning their essence and trapping it to become her willing slaves and warriors. Her charges, which are known as Wisps, are invisible to the human eye. They can take on liquid, solid or vapour forms.
Mareena can manipulate water and water based liquids. She can also affect humans and other animals that are mostly water based.
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If anyone can think of a good name for this character please let me know.
So far my best is "Orianda"
Thanks for your time.
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