A character is more than their class, race, and tragic background. They're also a mix of issues we should go to for therapy, puns, and questionable decisions.
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To make sure players see their characters as the complex beings they are, I ask an assortment of the questions, some serious, some a bit silly.
What would your tinder bio be?
If you dropped food on a decently clean floor, what is the longest time period it could be there before you picked it up that you'd still eat it?
What's a false rumor others believe about you that you wish was true?
How many days in a row can you wear the same underwear without washing them?
Is cereal soup?
You've finished loading groceries into your car and need to return the shopping cart but the corral is more than a row away. What do you do with your cart?
The love of your life is about to willingly marry your enemy. What do you do?
You can change the ocean into a different liquid, what do you choose?
What awful fashion trend could you rock?
What winter olympic sport would you compete in and how would you ensure you win gold?
What is your mating call?
Would you have worn a mask during the pandemic?
What would your boggart be?
Who is the true hero of LoTR?
In what order do you put on your shoes and socks?
What's your go-to karaoke song?
Who should be on the d&d (whatever setting you're in) version of Mount Rushmore?
Your life gets turned into a movie, who do you cast to play yourself?
You can domesticate one wild animal, what is it?
The person in front of you in a drive through pays for your meal, what do you do?
You've conquered a kingdom, what do you rename it?
If you had to wear a hat for the rest of your life, what hat would you pick?
If you were a vegetable, what would you be?