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Thread: Frog's Name?!?!

  1. #1

    Frog's Name?!?!

    I am personally loving this frog. Though I have never been able to see him talk in Lion's Arch, I think it is a great Easter Egg, and a great marketing strat from ANet.

    Down to business...

    Does this frog have a name? We know his cousin is Kermit.

    If there is no name for the frog, post your suggestions of what the frog's name should be.

    Hopefully ANet will read this and find a suiting name for the Frog.

    (Long live Frog!)

  2. #2
    I shall call him Grumple

  3. #3
    I think a nice and simple "Fred" would work. However the third person approach being used "The Frog say's" works well and has a nice air of mystery with it.
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  4. #4
    I think we should leave it as "The Frog." Giving it a name makes it not so special anymore =(

  5. #5
    His name... is Michigan.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Zero
    I think a nice and simple "Fred" would work. However the third person approach being used "The Frog say's" works well and has a nice air of mystery with it.
    Yes, the third person effect does have some mystery to it, but maybe a personal name might make people feel more attached to him...

    I don't know, ANet's choice about the frog.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by Sable Phoenix
    His name... is Michigan.

    Hello, my baby
    Hello, my honey
    Hello, my ragtime gal

    Send me a kiss by wire
    Baby, my hearts on fire

    If you refuse me
    Honey, you'll lose me
    Then you'll be left alone

    Oh baby, telephone
    And tell me I'm your own

  8. #8
    I was calling him "The Webbed One" or "Amphibian God".

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Tavari Tinde
    I think we should leave it as "The Frog." Giving it a name makes it not so special anymore =(
    I second this motion.

  10. #10
    Do not disrispect the Frog with such primitive names. The Frog is called by his brethans name but with a capital F to signify the importance of the Frog. The Frog must wonder at his true identity but the Frog does not care. The Frog tells me to wish you good day.

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