6 AWESOME WAYS TO GIVE YOUR DND CHARACTER PERSONALITY

Personality traits, ideals, bonds, and flaws form the backbone of an RPG character’s personality, and are recommended especially for creating D&D characters. Fleshing out these details and choosing unique options during character creation sets the stage for unique character development opportunities during gameplay.”

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https://diceenvy.com/blogs/news/6-awesome-ways-to-give-your-dnd-character-personality

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How to Role-Play a Goblin

“Originally found in European folklore, goblins were small, grotesque humanoids, known for causing trouble for everyday humans. They are famous for their tempers and greed, obsessed with collecting shiny objects, especially gold. Associated with demons or devils haunting the countryside, goblins were said to lair in the mountains and emerge at night to steal jewelry, gold, and other shiny items from travelers. Goblins in Dungeons and Dragons are very similar to European mythological goblins in all of these regards.”

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https://www.questchests.com/blog/how-to-role-play-a-goblin

How to Role-Play a Guard in Dungeons & Dragons

Guards are part of a defense organization for farming villages, small towns, and established cities. Depending on the size of the city and organization, rules of the land, and the society they protect, the types of guards characters will interact with may vary widely. However, there are some key principles to keep in mind when role-playing guards.”

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https://www.questchests.com/blog/how-to-role-play-a-guard-in-dungeons-dragons

10 Character Voices to Inspire Your Next NPC for D&D

Non-Player Characters’ (NPCs) voices can be difficult to quickly create or make truly unique, between the variety of personas the Dungeon Master (we call them Quest Masters) must personify. By borrowing voices from other iconic characters in the media, Quest Masters can easily develop and maintain voices on the fly. Below are some iconic voices you may be interested in using for your next NPC!”

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https://www.questchests.com/blog/10-character-voices-to-inspire-your-next-npc-for-d-d

Rain: A Dungeon Master’s Tool for Storytelling

“Weather is a powerful, world-impacting event that is out of the characters’ control. This makes it a useful tool for Dungeon Masters (we call them Quest Masters) to control story progression, introduce powerful and flexible mechanics to adjust combat difficulty, and introduce vivid depictions of the settings.”

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https://www.questchests.com/blog/rain-a-dungeon-master-s-tool-for-storytelling

Women in DnD: Changing the Face of Gaming

“The release of Dungeons & Dragons 5e has ushered in a renaissance in tabletop gaming, resulting in an explosion of diverse new players rushing to the hobby, seeking an immersive storytelling experience. As women flood into gaming stores across the country, we need to reflect on how the DnD experience is evolving and how we can work together to shape the future of DnD.”

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https://diceenvy.com/blogs/news/dnd-is-for-women

No One is Perfect: Why Flaws Improve Your D&D Character

“Flaws are one of the most valuable assets your character can have, while also easily lending themselves to intuitive background and character creation. Utilizing your character’s flaws during role-playing situations can lead to unique and enjoyable game-play experiences which are memorable for everyone at the table.”

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https://www.questchests.com/blog/no-one-is-perfect-why-flaws-improve-your-d-d-character