Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Reverse Dungeoneering #7 Expanding Roleplaying
Improving your D&D experience. For Dungeons and Dragons Players and DMs.
This is the second article in a series of D&D roleplaying articles. Check out part one here:
Many moons ago, a group I was DMing for had asked for assistance on creating a more developed character for roleplaying. To help them out, I created this character template sheet. Essentially, it asks the types of questions you should be asking yourself when making your own D&D character. It's designed to simply direct you in constructing a fleshed out character. You don't have to fill it out to completion but being able to answer these questions about your character can help spark ideas you may not have thought about or guide you through things you may have overlooked.
4th Edition Character Template:
Nickname or Title:
Overview of personality:
How do they feel about:
(Numbers are a minimum. Feel free to add more.)
2 long-term goals.
3 people in their life (allies or enemies).
Reasons why they might be in an adventuring party:
Background/Important Events in Life