User:Chekhov MacGuffin/Thematic naming
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- Had templates made to assist in making box deal but were deleted in the 2014 crash
- Template for item in list so it renders properly
- Template for start of list
Make this a box style
- Ogura Katsumasa (小倉功雅) - small
- Taninaka Atsushi (谷中篤) - middle
- Ōhashi Sayo (大橋彩代) - large
- Saizu Tokumori (西津徳盛) - size tokumori, or size extra-large
Many protagonists in Detective Conan are named after fictional detectives.
Fictional Detectives or Authors
Most main characters in the series are named after authors or major characters from detective literature, shows, or films.
- Conan Edogawa
- Ran Mouri
- Kogoro Mouri
- Ai Haibara
- Hiroshi Agasa
- Sumiko Kobayashi
Mobile Suit Gundam
- Kazunobu Chiba / Isshin Chiba
- Wataru Takagi / Wataru Takagi
- Shuichi Akai / Shuichi Ikeda
- Rei Furuya, Tooru Amuro / Tohru Furuya
The Magic Kaito cast are typically named after colors.
- Kuroba - The characters in Kuroba (黒羽) mean "black feather".
- Ginzo - The "gin" in Nakamori's first name means "silver".
- Aoko - The given name "Aoko" means "blue child".
- Akako - The given name "Akako" means "red child".
- Hakuba - The reading for 白馬 (Hakuba) means "white horse
- Konosuke - The kanji "黄" in Kōnosuke means "yellow".
- Shinichi Kudo - One truth
- ^ HADAA's explanation of the Ramen thematic naming scheme February 15, 2011, 10:52:15 AM