my Chinese name called Wang zishen,and i was called Wandown in English...and I have to.say it's strange
so I got a strange idea:to use my name in chinglish（half of Chinese,half of English）:zison
zison reads just like zishen in chinese..
Mine came from a weapon from one of my favourite games, Bloodborne(specifically from The Old Hunters DLC). It means "Falling Leaf" and thought that It'd be a nice name go by. Also because I originally wanted to use "Naikou"(meaning Introvert and how I usually go by) but someone else already took it so Rakuyo it is.
It's really easy to figure it out.
Everyone should be familiar to Solar Cell, which means "solar battery" I have a big impression to that word (and that source of electricity, probably) so I chose it to be my name.
And "27", hmm... 3x3x3. Illuminati confirmed Compose these things, and we have "SolarCell27".
My first name on the Internet was my real life name but that was around 1995-96 and then the use of alias became more and more popular. This guy, I think it was a clan mate kept nagging at me that I had to get an alias. So one day when I launched q95.bat it said "loaded 1mb image" in the command lines and there it was. My very own alias. Laziest name pick ever.. you cant beat me there.
(q95.bat = single and muiltiplayer that featured multiplay over the impressive TCP/IP protocol) (quake.exe = only singleplayer)
"The performance algorithm has been modified recently and is currently recalculating. Please don't panic if your raw pp changes."
My username got inspired by my teacher in middle school. His real name is Gühnter Brettschneider (I got to a german school hence the name) But instead of just using Gühnter I changed it up to Gehnter. I use Gehnter as my username on almost everything.