Personality Features

Personality features in play
Using your character’s personality features in play might not feel as intuitive as other parts of your character. You use them as a guide for playing the role of your character, to give him something to aim for. Even relatively new or inexperienced characters are connected to the story and have important decisions to make of their own. The stated out portion of your character’s personality, their features, acts as an incentive for you to make interesting choices that suit your character’s personality and background.

The Storyteller and Personality Features
Storytellers don’t have personality features to keep track of for NPCs. Instead, Storytellers can help the players by framing Scenes and establishing situations that encourage them to pursue their character’s Personality Features. They might keep a list of which Features are in play, and use them as a guide for the various sub-plots that give shape and substance to a scene.

Step 1: Select your Nature and Demeanor

Step 2: Determine your Moral Code

Step 3: Determine your Shortcomings

Step 4: Determine your Desires

Step 5: Determine your Conflicts

Step 6: Determine your Milestones

Step 7: Determine your Breaking Points

Step 8: Determine how your character feels about certain subjects, and their attitude towards them

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Personality Features

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