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Posted by Nek0jin at Oct 5, 2017 2:07:39 PM
Ship naming question
Would the phrase "Glom Of Nit" be allowed for a ship's custom name?

Reference: Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

Posted by Hurrai at Oct 5, 2017 2:15:05 PM
Re: Ship naming question
I think that name is fine to have, I couldn't find anything more up to date but I did find this, which is also expanded upon in-game (details to find below).

Rules on custom renames

Also if you are in-game then you can click the "help?" button found directly in the bottom middle of the rogue mark tab on yer pirate page.

Hope that is helpful mate.
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Posted by xelto at Oct 5, 2017 3:41:46 PM
Re: Ship naming question
As long as it's in the dictionary, even if the word in the dictionary isn't what it's intended to be understood as, it's good. Glom and nit are both words, so yes, it should be good.
Gurndigarn on Emerald Ocean
"Oh, come on. You jobbed onto a ship called the Cursed Isle Raider and you expected *refined*?"

Posted by budclare2 at Oct 5, 2017 10:42:50 PM
Re: Ship naming question
Wow, glom's a word. Nice. :D

/e is still sad she couldn't have a Mad Bitey Lady
Budclare on Meridian

I want a cookie.

(Imp turned me into a dolly! :D)

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