I think that something around a small yet forceful description is best…a really long and complicated name would just make her more unpersonal…something short and sweet would work great…
Invisigirl is one that i use for all of my fanfics…thanks to TSS its just the best version i have seen.
Other ones were…Invisiforce…which is rather deep for newcomers…Incredigirl…i think this one is just too dull…sounds like Elastigirl only “incredible”…
You guys decided…i only work with boys…i’m no good with girls…i think that’s a good thing too…LOL
Al-Bob- I agree with you. Something simple but descriptive would be the best for her. Though, it is very hard to find a good hero name for her.
The Star Swordsman- You think? See, the way I saw it, it was cool and very different because it means “someone that takes the law into their own hands,” which I could easily see her doing as an adult. But, that’s okay. I mean, I’m still torn between that and Invisigirl.
I don’t know… I guess the only what I’ll really be able to tell which one I like more is to put both in a fanfic and see how it sounds. Hey! That’s a good idea! I gotta remember that next time I’m writing.
Oo! OO! I KNOW! How about “Umbra”!?
Okay…that…sounds a bit like a boy’s alias name…but “Umbra” is Latin for “ghost” (according to the fourth edition Cambridge book). But does that sound interesting for a Violet alias?
And uh, isn’t “UltraViolet” already a superhero name…or something? I remember there was a movie of that name a few years ago.
Well, in the setting that I’ve got it, she doesn’t have many people she actually talks to anymore, and all of her close friends already know her identity. She also gets paid to be a hero, so she doesn’t have the issues she’d have if she had to go to a desk job.