Idk if anyone’s commented on this before but I think the naming of characters in Wolf 359 is really interesting. (Btw this isn’t an actual analysis this is mostly ramblings.) Take the name, “Lovelace.” That name is a combination of “love” and “lace”, two pretty nice things, but it’s pronounced “loveless.” I think that’s maybe a metaphor for Lovelace herself- someone who often seems so harsh but is actually deeply caring/is a good person. Another cool name is “Minkowski.” Imo it feels like the name of someone who’s often tough and serious, which Minkowski is! But Eiffel always mispronounces her name and I think that takes a certain edge off of it? She is often tough and serious but she’s a person and a friend, not an untouchable commander. “Cutter” and “Hilbert” are also pretty good names. The former just sounds dangerous and the latter sounds like either a nerd scientist or an evil scientist, both of which don’t describe Hilbert, and that’s not even his real name- which in turn shows his deception. I don’t know if this is all intentional or not but I find it super interesting and it’s another reason why I love Wolf 359.