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30 Days of Character Development: Day 4

The Prompt How vain is your character? Do they find themselves attractive? As an elf, Toriah knows she’s naturally inclined to aesthetic beauty: tall, slender, lithe, and athletic with a smooth, flawless face and high cheekbones— not to mention the … Continue reading

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Finding Humanness in All the Right Places (Part 2)

Note: I’m trying to be as spoiler-free as possible. So if my examples sound vague or devoid of details, it’s for a reason. Respect is one of those slippery concepts that can mutate into something horrible if it leans too … Continue reading

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Finding Humanness in All the Right Places (Part 1)

“[Humans] are more individualistic than any other species I have encountered. If three humans are in a room, there will be six opinions. I like your species; I am curious to see what you will do.” — Justicar Samara, Mass … Continue reading

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