Duplicate Trope: The Nameless get usage counts
Deadlock Clock: 24th Mar 2014 11:59:00 PM
edited 21st Feb '14 8:24:57 AM by Stratadrake
- No Name Given: Character is always referred to by a title, nickname, or Only One Name. In other words, they have a name but it's never stated in the work.
- The Nameless: Character has no name.
- No Need for Names: Character has no name.
- No Need for Names: A character explicitly in the work doesn't see a reason for names. They may be given a name by other characters anyway.
- The Nameless: A character has lost or forgotten their name.
edited 21st Mar '14 11:48:57 AM by shimaspawn
edited 21st Mar '14 11:48:06 AM by shimaspawn
- The Nameless: Supertrope for all characters who don't have a name explicitly.
- No Need for Names: Subtrope for characters who don't see the point of names.
- Lost Name (Actual name TBD): Subtrope for a character has lost or forgotten their original name for some reason.
edited 21st Mar '14 11:53:32 AM by shimaspawn
edited 21st Mar '14 4:50:53 PM by shimaspawn
edited 21st Mar '14 4:56:13 PM by crazysamaritan
edited 5th Jun '14 6:49:18 PM by shimaspawn
- No Need for Names — A character or group of characters have no names, and don't see the point in having them.
- Nameless Narrative — Characters are identified by traits instead of names.
- No Name Given — A character's personal name is never used.
- Everyone Calls Him Barkeep — A character's title is used in place of a name.
- Forgotten Name — character doesn't recall their own name.
- Refuasal Of Names — character refuses to share their name with others.
- Names Ungiven — a character never had a name.
Single Proposition: The Nameless
21st Mar '14 8:11:27 PM