Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Ogres Breakfast' started by ugmsrocks09, Jul 5, 2017.
I would name a colony Jamestown, to represent the first settled colony in the States
Seeing as many of the locations people would settle already have names, I'd like settlements to have names that actually went with those rather than inheriting their naming significance from elsewhere (since they already did). That does however make figuring out the name for the first one a bit harder, since a first settlement location would have to be decided first.
Aaddronville, it shall be glorious!
Now departing for Adragonville, next shuttle in 5 years.
That does lead to a good idea though. I'll settle on a planet, and rename it p. The continent or local geographical area? Also p. The settlement itself will be called p.
new pork city
Or maybe Hus Hus will do
I guess that depends on what planet we colonize. If the planet is Mars, then Marsville, Mars.
I'll say the town should be called "new Earth" haha
Sounds legitimately awesome right?
Yup! That is, until everyone realizes now they have to type all that out.
I know, im bad at naming things :/
The Explorers. There. Nice and simple~
that is Hyperadvanced something like that~
I'd call it * City. (The * for whatever planet we land on.)
Errr Earth C1??
Earth C1 lmao? What is it pretty much Earth Colony 1? How original xD
HAHAHAHAHAHAH we dont need original here we need efficient!!! We cant have just one colony you know when they reach 100 then start naming if you want!!!
Hmm, Ill name it unknown colony
New idea! I think we could call the first colony on another planet "New San Fernando" to honor the first colony (I think) ever created. Formed in 1104 BC by Phoenicia (maybe), it was the first instance of a colonial empire.
DISCLAIMER: "San Fernando" is just the location of where to colony was settled. The colony was (most likely) not named San Fernando and (might) not have even been a colony.