I would love for the name Micah to be added! It's my own name and not very common and I remember way back in the day creating my first wizard I had hoped it was an option. I remember an NPC in Wysteria was named Micah Anglegrinder or something and since then I've wanted it added even more. It can be a gender neutral name too
I think that for names there could be an option as to where if the one you want is not an option where you can type it in, and have it like where it has to be approved them by like a default system, since there are tons on names people probably want to add.
I would like to see the names from the German version of Wizard 101on th English speaking servers. This also goes for pet names.
My character was always named "June" on the German server. I had a huge amount of pets with names that are not avaibale on the English speaking servers. For example, Thule or Lex. These were nice pet names I would have liked here, too.
I want all of the names Pirate101 has added to Wizard101. Especially Aisha. I'd also like to see the names (girls): Rani, Lavender, Katelyn (third spelling for Caitlin/Kaitlyn), Rose as a first name, Rosie,
You have a chance to express yourself in your wizard. Or in many cases, MMORPG players (like me) are highly fascinated with different groups, cultures, and historical figures and can show that in their avatar/character/wizard.
I chose the name "Juan" because it sounds the same as "Wan." But the different spelling identifies the origin from Latin & Asian. It would be awesome if the day came to place the correct spelling and have the name "Wan." I would probably die of excitement since that's the name I was searching for when I first created my wizard.
I still hope the name "Karen" can be added, but due to the memes (Karen is also an asian ethnic group and language, so I've always had a beef with that meme/saying etc) maybe you can use other forms like: Karyn Kasia, Keren, Karina, Kalena, etc
Kristin with an "I" at the end - we have Kristen with an "e" but anyone with the name Kristin/Kristen will tell you that the choice of using an "i" or an "e" is a very controversial thing. It would be nice to have both options.