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BlackSymphony

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  1. Well, I dunno what to say, I guess I just really like using FE characters for D&D characters... Anyways, after making a specific character, I decided that I'd make her similar to Nephenee, a popular character from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn. http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Nephenee I know a few things about her, namely she is a village girl who suffers from shyness, and is also an excellent lancer. I wanted to know what little things I can do to imitate her personality, and any tips can be appreciated.
  2. Well, this is a TRPG, so I do need to work with the GM to come up with some backstory. This is just a mechanical sheet of how she operates, as well as alignment... I think Chaotic Evil is in order still, but over time she might start moving up the alignment chart, as per character development.
  3. Sounds good! Well, here is the character sheet... https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1FXcXv1VrOdeF9hSEZKVFVyQWM
  4. For my next character sheet for D&D I wanted to make, it might be a bit controversial... I was going to go for a personality similar to Peri, from Fire Emblem Fates... We pretty much all know the deal with her. Childish murderess and whatnot, but I am somewhat drawn to her character, thus I decided to make a character based on her So how can I successfully roleplay such a personality? I even got a character sheet if anybody wishes to look at it right quick before telling me what to do...
  5. Thanks for all the suggestions, people. I've gotten the character sheets now, if anybody wishes to take a look at them. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1FXcXv1VrOdc2lyNjFqLUpQc0E https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1FXcXv1VrOdeU9VZGRhM3czYjg Some of the stuff in it is just to fit within D&D stories or is just optimization, which explains her bond as well as the rapier, though. Let me know what you think.
  6. So this might be a real detriment to a character's health, but I wanted to make a D&D character based on Setsuna, from Fire Emblem Fates. I know a few things on Setsuna, namely she is a skilled archer... but not much else, and especially prone to accidents. I got a good idea what class I want to play and mechanical things, but roleplay and personality aspects I am drawing a blank on. Could somebody help? I have the character sheets too if anybody want's to look at it...
  7. So I decided that I'd try to create a character in a FE ROMhack that would have a relation with the protagonist. The person in question is a really young boy who happens to be a wyvern rider. The person was raised from birth to be a vicious warrior for a secret guild taking orders from an antagonistic force. Think it as an Assassin's guild, except without any subtlety. Now, the character is young, and really has a childish mentality, thinking of his job of terrorizing targets then killing them a 'game' of sorts. This person was not allowed to have any true friends, only people seen as allies to take people down. He was first met by the protagonist, and quickly grew attached to him for his kindness and help, although he tried his best to look up to the protagonist as a 'master'. After being told by a group member that he had an important target, say, a person the protagonist is trying to meet, he runs away from the protagonist after leaving the castle/meeting area/sanctum/whatever, and comes back with a whole group of killers raiding the place to take the target's life, alongside a boss who told him to raid it. He can be talked out of it, but he will just simply not attack anybody else for the rest of the chapter, and will question whenever or not he is in the right. A few chapter's later, I decided he'd be confronted by his superior, who takes the protagonist by surprise, alone. After being ordered to kill the protagonist, the wyvern rider refuses, and after being attacked by the superior for disobeying orders, he brutally kills him just to show the protagonist he treasures the friendship he had with him, even more than his duty to the group. So, how shall I play this out?
  8. I'd probably roll out of bed from the shock of seeing that face looking straight at me.
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