I was "assigned" the name Deltoru in another game, admin had recently introduced the necromancer class, and I was trying it out. One of the spells available was create undead minions, from recent NPC kills, and I thought to take a centaur as a minion. Things were fine, til I commanded said minion to weild a weapon, and that is where things went horribly wrong. Mr. Undead centaur took the weapon in his hoof, instead of his hand and would not let go. Admins were somewhat upset when they found this ultimately unfixable, and it be led to a bug in my character as well. This all led to the complete deletion of that character from the game, and being stumped for a new name, was given this name instead. I suppose Deltoru could then be taken to mean "please don't break our game again!"
I found this to be hilarious!
My name is a shortened version of the original name I came up with for competitive games, Ownsya. It's just a cocky name from back when people used the phrase "got owned", so that when I beat/killed someone in a game the last thing they'd read would be Ownsya ... Haha, I'm only like this with competitive games, I have 5 brothers and we competed and zinged each other a lot growing up so go figure. Of course it's kinda awkward when I'm learning a new game and getting destroyed, works better when I'm winning. Although, I don't think anyone ever really got it anyway.
Then When I went back to rpg games I thought that shortening it to just Owns made it sound like a nice strong character name. For many years now, I use Ownsya in any multiplayer competitive games and just Owns for RPGs, sometimes with another made up last name.