Go Solo did a short interview with me and I wanted to share it with you.

It's a series of questions about how I got started with Aeromir and questions about running a business.

One thing I forgot to talk about is how the word Aeromir came to be.

In the mid to late 1970s, my friends and I played Dungeons and Dragons.

I needed a name for my character.

I have always loved anything that flies.

  • Birds
  • Airplanes
  • Rockets
  • etc.

I wanted to have a name that was related to flying.

Aeronautical was a good start but too long.

I shorted aeronautical to “AERO” and added “MIR” to make it sounds more medieval to fit in with the Dungeons and Dragons theme.

My character was a Paladin, which is a holy knight, crusading in the name of good and order.

This is why the logo for Aeromir is a horse's head.

Now you know where the name and logo come from.

Here's the aricle Go Solo published from my interview