I'm planning on writing a stand-alone children's book for my first try about a girl entering a fantasy world through a swamp (do not ask) and she enters a fantasy world ruled by an OCD king. (I should note here that these aren't elves. This is a race I made up entirely.) The problem is, I think I suck at writing fantasy names. Here's a small example: Ex-King Murien III (He was king, but he died so Ishim took over) Queen Zurie King Ishim II (He's the OCD king. It's a humorous children's book with a bit of drama in it) Prince Hizion And for the nobles (the story takes place in a castle. Yeah, I know, the nobles usually have a plot of land of their own): Sir Gregreo Valmorn Lady Levola Valmorn Akeshia Valmorn Kiuka Valmorn Sir Amaut Brokenquill Lady Miyana Brokenquill Hernan Brokequill Kenthew Brokenquill Aramna Brokenquill See, what I do is basically take a few words, jumble them up together, rearrange letters or group them together to form new names and some are...a bit more crazier than others, plus, some of them resemble real-world names or sound like they should belong to another group of people (See Kiuka or Hizion). Any tips on how to properly make fantasy names? Thanks.