- Bilingual Bonus: Some of the names of the NPCs in Goldpaw go beyond Punny Name and into this territory. For example, one NPC you recruit into your country is named Jia Gao, which happens to literally mean "eaten enough" (metaphorically speaking, full stomach) in several Chinese dialects. The joke here is that he is absolutely hungry when you meet him. Also, it's a Chinese homophone play as Gao can mean both "enough" and "dog" depending on the tone at time of pronunciation.
- Adding Meaningful Name into the mix, Batu means rock in Indonesian and Malay- fitting for a character whose magic attacks revolve around earth and rocks.
- Name's the Same:
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