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quill in the grass posted a topic in WhateverHiya, so I'm the dungeon master for my friend group, and currently, they are going through the mountains, and I'm gonna have it so that they find this tiny village, and I need NPCs. Please help. If you respond, I need a name, race, age, and backstory. Optional: job (I would like someone to work at the bathhouse, a few shopkeepers, a bartender, and some regular townsfolk) PLEASE don't be afraid to make these characters insanely weird. They've already met a 370 year old mute dwarf and an abnormally attractive elf named Tristan that one of my players proposed to. Pretty much anything goes.
I'll be posting a ton of pics of this one character, just because I'm still sorting out her personality and stuff, and when I do that I draw my characters a ton. It was originally done on paper and I scanned it because I couldn't find my good camera so it doesn't look great. I'll probably do a digital version sooner or later tho.
Another sort of dumping ground for everyone who wants to share that’s hopefully is at least kind of interesting to read! i literally have a list of random lines I have written that are currently homeless/poemless/storyless. Some of the better ones I’m putting below, and anyone (read: everyone please) can contribute lines from poems/stories they won’t write, haven’t been written yet, or have written. —She was born from the ice and thus was made of it. You could feel it in her hands and see it in her eyes. —He found the beauty in the strangeness, since it was one he saw in himself. —oh, if you could see the inside of the mask I've painted on —I'm sliding over your edges and you won't let me go —She was aggressions and plastic chairs scraping along tile and blonde hair being tossed and purple-striped adidas —They say jealousy is the green-eyed monster/But green comes from blue —For when you tear apart somebody’s heart/ You can’t expect to fix it that night.