Were you able to verify that thee's no correlation between names and weaknesses? For example, 2 liches with the same name having different weaknesses, or 2 different liches having the same weaknesses? That's why im asking for more data. So we can at least know if there's any correlation. If you already have the data to back up your claim, do share.
Both names and weakness are procedurally generated, so your point is moot. How do you know that the name and weakness don't come from the same procedural generator? Names could likewise be a combination of, say, 16 first names and 21 last names, matching the 336 permutations of weaknesses.
In computing, procedural generation is a method of creating data algorithmically as opposed to manually, typically through a combination of human-generated assets and algorithms coupled with computer-generated randomness and processing power.
computer's random number generator (ie. pseudorandom number generator), which procedural generation is an application of (among other things, like cryptography and simulation) , isn't true randomness. If given the same seed, it will generate the exact same sequence of numbers, without fail. If the names and the requiems were given the same seed (typically a timestamp) and use the same generation algorithm, they will be correlated
Don't flex your dictionary on me when you don't actually understand how things actually work
Instead of arguing meta-semantics, do your data collection off-site then report back with your findings.
Actual Example: Someone in-game (~6 weeks ago) mentioned they would get a rare reward from their relic. They got a rare, and then claimed it was based on the number of traces they received. Decided to test it, logging each result in a spreadsheet. After 100, I needed more testing. After 250, no correlation could be seen between traces, refinement (intact & rad only), era and rarity received. I stopped logging after 600+ relics.
The highest rolled Trace amount was "10" with 35 instances, the least was "23" with 15.
Common – "10" & "14" with 23 vs "23" with 9.
Uncommon – "17" with 12 vs "15" & "27" with 3.
Rare – Only received 23 rares. Used 258 Radiants.
Note: I don't recommend that much testing. Just enough to draw a conclusion of "is the hypothesis right or is it just another case of coincidence within RNG?"