Well, your not taking the opportunity to use the disguise seems to be the normal, so don't feel bad about the missed opportunity. A number of instances of fire in the Steading are known to me, even though I made a point of stressing to DMs how generally uninflammable the timers of the structure were.
A couple of years back I played Zigby my main Dwarf PC in a session my son Ernie was running using G2/ It had been so long since I'd written the adventure, DMed it, that I'd forgotten sufficiently to feel comfortable thus. Darned if I hadn't totally forgotten the misty cave where everything is slippery, and poor Zigby slipped and lost his +2 shield down a crevass. I was weak with the laughter caused from the mirth over my cruel tricks on PCs.
As for the WotC folks using Fondkin Hoddypeak as an example of what not to name a character, bah! They are a humorless lot thet take themselves and the game far too seriously, judging from that. It was a great joke on players, though, for all of those names were rether less than flattering even though the characters were buff
Of course that sword cuts both ways, for I created the characters, and was poking fun at the game, the adventure, and myself in the process.
Beek (bask) Gwenders (chillblanes) of Croodle (to creep close as in to a fire), was a favorite of mine, as was Faffle (stammer) Dweomercraeft (magic).