Phorcys (Greek sea god)
Tangaroa / Takaroa (Maori god of the sea)
Mermaid ok not
but seriously what about
Then its all part of the marketing right? Unleash the Kraken!
Here comes the Kraken!
I need a Kraken!
Feel safe diving with your Kraken!
Wilson Watch Works 39mm Diver
Bremont MB II
Voting for Mk II Trident
I don't think Trident or Kraken have the originality this project deserves. Pheon is doable and while representing the "tip of the spear" doesn't really keep with the nautical theme. I'm not bashing the ideas presented but was hoping for something a little deeper. Who knows I may change my mind on the names given and will be considering them all.
I think the Pheon is a really good fit, the military issue SM300 is distinguished by the big triangle, similar in shape to a broad arrowhead. Additionally, the broadarrow has been the traditional King's mark on British military equipment. I think MKII Pheon 300 is a great name and shortens nicely to P300 or Pheon.
Nomos Orion Anthracite; Destro watches: Corvus Bradley, Ω "Great White" GMT, MKII Blackwater, Sinn EZM1 LE, IWC 3536-001, MKII Kingston
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matrimer. in french, mer means sea and maitre means master. i changed the lettering a bit to make it look better. i doubt yao will accept this though since its too close to copying sea master name.
How about Hydra then? Hydra has 3 heads and is similar to Hydro.
Still prefer Kraken though
Maybe Poseidon or Triton or even Hippocampus. In keeping with the nautical theme, there are numerous children of Poseidon listed in the Wikipedia entry.
Triton's good. In Greek mythology he's Poseidon's son, messenger of the sea. Triumph + Norton = Triton. Several US Navy ships have been called Triton.
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