You can rename Massivebutt to DarthRambuns but it may still be a terrible name.
Beginning with patch 2.1, Star Wars: The Old Republic players will be able to redefine their character's race and appearance using the ingame currency of Cartel Coins. In an interview, Bioware producer, Cory Butler outlined the scope of the upcoming Appearance Designer Kiosks. Interestingly, these kiosks allow for players to change their SWTOR character's eye color, scars, hairstyle and species but not their gender. Butler revealed players will be able to rename their characters but this feature will come in a later patch. With the 2.1 patch scheduled for April 9th, players may have to wait a little longer to change their tragically named characters.
Star Wars: The Old Republic is the only massively-multiplayer online game with a Free-to-Play option that puts you at the center of your own story-driven Star Wars saga. Play as a Jedi, a Sith, a Bounty Hunter or as one of many other Star Wars iconic roles and explore an age over three-thousand years before the classic films. Become the hero of your own Star Wars adventure as you choose your path down the Light or Dark side of the Force.
SWTOR is just on the outside of their Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansion and BioWare is quickly patching in new features to the first major update since the game's shaky release in late 2011. In addition to a new race, Cathar, being introduced, SWTOR patch 2.1 also includes more content for the new level cap of 55. It includes a new operation called Scum and Villainy, new legacy achievements, and a host of class balance changes.