Making Better RPG Characters
|Email:||jlong (at) geekspective.com (Replace (at) with @ for real address.)|
|Rules:||Game system not specified|
|Time slot:||Fri Aug 3 noon - 1:00 pm (1 hour)|
|Host:||Joshua Long (Geekspective)|
|Experience required:||None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)|
|Location:||Lucas Oil, room Mtg Rm 6|
|Tickets:||0 out of 100 are available (as of 137 days ago (9:30 am Monday December 3rd, 2018))|
|Event added:||Sun Apr 22 9:06 am|
If your tabletop RPG seems dull, one problem could be the characters. Learn how to create more vibrant characters with more personality. We will help you put the ‘role’ back into role-playing!
At geekspective.com, we firmly believe that role-playing characters are more than stats on a character sheet. Early RPGs didn’t encourage personality, favoring maps and equipment lists. The latest generation of RPGs, however, encourage storytelling and social role-play. If you aren’t sure how to adapt to a new system that requires more role-play, or just love the idea of more vivid and interesting characters, this is the discussion for you! We make actual play podcasts which requires us to create voices for our characters. That helps, but adding personality traits, interesting possessions, and personality quirks in addition to those voices, your characters will become much more fun and your RPG sessions will too.