Just out of curiosity of what the public thinks about the name of an item. I've seen a gradual change from just naming the item to describing the item to stupid phrases. For example in the beginning there were items like: 1. Ostard Talon Necklace 2. Spider Fang Sword really cool stuff then the past couple of years we get items like: 1. A Statue with the drawings of an eagle circling a bed of grass with a small rabbit sitting on top of a small piece of turd watching the sunset goes by, you know typical Atlantic items. then now we start to get just random phrases like: 1. Time goes by 2. Eat fart and drop you get the meaning Here is another example: If we take a look at Bilbo Baggins sword in the Hobbit: Example 1 would be "The Sting" Example 2 would be "The Elvish Sword Crafted 3,000 Years Ago by Sigfreed And Roy , Two Wooden Elvish Twins Born To An Elder Elvish Blacksmith Named Yohan And Used Special Steal With A Mixer Of 6% Copper, 12% Nickel, 39 %Bronze, and Rest From An Unknown Element Fallen From The Sky Over The Blood Moon On A Summer's Eve" Example 3 would be "Flying Potatoes"