So, I've recently gotten involved in a local foam fighting group. Basically, a bunch of grown-ass men (and women) get together, arm up with big padded swords, shields, spears, and assorted medieval weaponry, and beat on each other for a few hours. It's a great time, and is helping to keep my ass off the couch. I'm thinking of going to a larger event, but everyone there has a "fighting" name, something they go by during the event. It's a longstanding tradition that if you don't have one, one of the old veterans, usually drunk at the time, will bestow one upon you, which is generally not advised - It'll almost certainly stick, which isn't fun if some drunk vet decided "poodlemeat" was an absolutely hilarious name. I don't want to use "Branth" because the "th" is a bit hard to pronounce when shouting across a crowded field. Most of the names sound like something out of Lord of the Rings or Arthurian legend- Badrick, Dirge, Graven, etc, but they can vary. Nothing too normal-sounding though. I briefly considered "Sear" since it is a part of a trigger mechanism that calls back to my gun thing, and has a cool fire association, but I don't want it to sound too "badass" - That's a recipe for disaster, too. I'm thinking "Steyr" right now. It's unknown in most of this community, but gun guys will likely pick it out. It's short, easy to pronounce (if you're not too picky on authentic german pronunciations), and memorable enough. It ties back to me because it's the brand of my carry pistol. I'm certainly open to other suggestions. Obscure book or TV characters are common sources for names.