by PieceKeeper Games
Great update - as always.
Name for dog - Dynamo
Name the dog Coбака (sobaka)
Dogs name should be Terrierminator or Melon Collie.
Name for the dog - Nora.
Laika was the first dog/living thing in space, also a very common name for a dog in Russia.
name for a god? Paval
the dog: Mánagarmr, a wolf in Norse mythology.
Well as Månegarm the name of a Swedish black metal band too.
Name for dog- Kobel ( The Male dog in russian)
+1 for Laika. Better than anything I could think of.
Pip - as the mountain.
Dogs name: Pushók (fluff)
Dog Name - Nagoh
Dog name: Sókol (Falcon)
I suggest Danko as dog name
My mother's in law dog (was a she) just passed away, her name was Tucita (which translates from spanish as little gopher)... Tucita it's a pretty cool name for a dog...
Laika for female. First Russian dog in space. Borzoy for male. Good names for traditional Russian breeds. Also Knyaz, equivalent of King. Please don't pick Spanish or German names or such. It would make no sense.
Mumu, Kashtanka or Pavlov (not a dog I know!)
...definitely no non-Soviet/Ukrainian names please
Looking at the art, the dog is very similar to a breed called Borzoi (also called Russian Wolfhound). I suggest a play on that breed's name, Borzol.
Name for the Dog - Chaise (English word for "hunter")
Excellent news re the stretch goals.
Name for the dog, KIRUR... Simply Rurik spelt backwards
My dogs name us Beatrice, I’m sure she’d willing to share her name.
Gonchak. Ukrainian for hound.
Wow, thanks a lot for making play mat larger! Also pretty happy to get the linen finish for cards. Other stretch goals look nice too, great job on that.
"Sirko" could be the dog's name (it's quite popular Ukrainian name for a dog, means "gray-ish" :)).
I second Laika. Or Zangief.
Mmm Rid or Perun, could be. A Slav god or goddess
I wish there was an option for a 5th Player!
Vlad the masticator
I suggest "Taras" for the hound's name. Taras Bulba was a Cossack in Russian Literature, as well as the main character in the movie of the same name.
I third Laika and agree that whatever name you choose, it should be a slavic one.
May I also propose Sharik? It means 'small ball' in Russian and is a common name given to dogs. Bulgakov's Heart of A Dog especially comes to mind, but there's a lot of literary Shariks.
Dog's name: FORTUNA
So excited for this, roll on next summer!
Dog: Heskar or Haris
Dog name: Maya
Dog Name: Tasha!