Baby named in Dragon-tongue, gets free Bethesda games for life

17 November, 2011 - 12:21 pm by
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Children, they are strange, alien creatures. Yet, they seem to be born every day of the week, statically speaking one is born every minute in the UK, which is something to think about. So when Bethesda Softworks announced a competition of naming a child in the dragon language of Skyrim, it was something that many thought parents would be too sensible to do. Even if it did mean free games. Yet, someone wasn’t.

Welcome to the world, Dovahkiin Tom Kellermeyer, or “Dragon born Tom Kellermeyer” or for Harry Potter fans, “Dragon born Voldermort Kellermeyer”, as everyone knows Tom is the real name of “He Who Must Not be Named”. The challenge set by Bethesda was for anyone who had a baby on the 11th November 2011, and named their kid Dovahkiin, with proof, would be given free Bethesda games for all future releases, for life.

It’s certainly a prize, but is it really worth naming your child Dragon born for…