13 Hard Truths About Lashunta Names and How to Face Them

by Radhe Gupta
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A Lashunta name is a key part of our identity. It’s not just something that you’re born with, it shapes your perception and understanding of the world in ways most people can’t even imagine – or comprehend. And while some may think this sounds like a pretty good thing to have shaping your life, I assure you there are plenty more things about my Lashunta heritage than meet the eye..

I’m going to lay out 13 truths for all those who don’t know:

Truth #13: A nickname will only ever be temporary if we choose it ourselves; family members always have veto power over how they want us addressed by outsiders. Particularly when we reach adulthood, parents and grandparents usually believe they alone should decide what people call their own kin.

Truth #12: We Lashunta have an innate ability to understand and manipulate the emotions of others, but also a vulnerability that can make us susceptible to mental attacks from those who know how we work.

Truth #11: Parents will often name one child after another sibling so they can tell them apart at school or in public should something happen to one of their children.. it’s not uncommon for twins to be given different middle names as well. A common saying among parents is “Always leave someone behind.” It’s hard imagining my life without my sister Renata – she was named for our grandmother on father’s side – but I’ve been told this could actually be true if anything happened between me and her.

Truth #14: Children are often named after a family member, or in honor of someone they admired. I remember my parents telling me that when Renata was born, she looked so much like our father’s sister from the island on their birth-world – and now we can see it too! It makes her unique name even more special.

Truth #16: Lashunta names for children have traditionally been kept secret until they turn 16 years old. This tradition is intended to help protect them while young adults still under their parent’s care; however this rule has become less enforced as understanding of lashuntan culture spreads among other races.

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* The truth is that __ and I don’t share a last name.

* It’s not uncommon for Lashunta to have different surnames from their spouses, at least in the early stages of relationships when they’re learning about each other. Compromise often means choosing something neutral like “X”. And even if we do share them, it might be so long ago that nobody remembers any more how we got there! But you can always ask us what our family names are – both because you’ll learn some interesting trivia and also because you should know who your kids will go on living with after divorce if things get ugly down the line. ;)

I really want to answer this question honestly: my second-last name isn’t “X.” I have no idea how it got that way.

* Lashunta family names are usually based on the occupation of whoever was first in line to carry the name – or something they were noted for, like a title or an accomplishment. When clans meet and trade partners after about eighty years, every one’s lineage is all mixed up again because so many kids from different families will be carrying some version of your original last name! It can lead to some confusion if you don’t know what branch you belong to.. but then, we’re not too big on keeping track anyway.

Some people take their mothers’ maiden names as their second-last names when they get married: I wanted my daughter to share her mother’s last name, but my husband wanted to keep his. Her last name is going to be a mixture of ours anyway because she has two parents!

* A Lashunta’s first-last names are usually chosen by their mother at the time they’re born – and it can’t have any kind of religious or formal meaning, either: we try not to live too much in the past here. My daughter was named after her grandmothers on both sides; most people don’t remember who goes with which family without looking at our entire lineage chart back through history. We only really care about what happened this week, so I think that makes sense.

A lot more information about how like naming customs work for lashuntas as well as some

What’s in a Lashunta name? A lot!

-Lashuntas live for an average of 160 years. They are among the longest living races in Golarion.

A number of my friends have been alive since I was born, and they’re still going strong. In fact, one has told me that she intends to live until her fourth great-granddaughter is old enough for children herself..and then keep on going! That means this friend will be well over 300 by the time she finally meets death – just from sheer force of will alone! For reference, humans generally die at about 150 or so; dwarves don’t make it past 200 because their bodies can only take so much punishment before something breaks.

We don’t live long because of advanced medicine, we do it naturally!

The fact that a Lashunta’s lifespan is so much longer than that of most other races means they have to be very careful about how and where they spend their time, lest it all slip by before they know what happened. They use this understanding to reach the best balance between work and leisure possible: when you’re immortal there are no excuses for not getting everything done! You’ll never hear someone say “I was too tired” or “it wasn’t worth the effort.” I’ve heard people happily tell others how many centuries old they are without any sense of fear or shame at being unable to provide an exact number – after all, only one thing will age a Lashunta faster than any other: the passing of time. No one is born with their name – it’s something that they earn in life, and as such these 13 truths about your new name are only going to get more poignant as you grow older. They’re important for everyone because society judges not just who you are but how old or young you appear by what name we know you by! Here are some things to keep in mind when considering changing your given Lashunta surname.. The average lifespan of a human being is around 80 years on Aerdy while the typical Lashunta lives well beyond 900 years and still looks 25-30 at this point (with enough care). This has both positive and negative implications depending on

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