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intrepid-inkweaver asked:

For Arthea: What stereotypical group role does your character play in the party? (The Mom, the Mess, the Comic Relief, etc. Optionally: What role would your character play in the “Five Man Band” structure?)

For Theara: How far is your character willing to go to pursue the “greater good”? Do they believe in a greater good at all?

For Marigold: If your character knew that they were going to die in a month, how would they spend the rest of their life?

Arthea was the chaotic mess. She was a Bard of Glammar and literaly a rock star. I guess she would fit into the Leader role even though she wasn't the actual leader of the Dnd group. She was interested in her own goals and how her teammates could help her reach them. She always wanted the spotlight and got pissed if someone showed her up. She could be level headed if she needed to be and her morality was questionable.

Theara was LAWFUL NUETRAL. Before she became an adventurer she (and the rest of the party) was apart of a military scouting troup for the kingdom. She was second in comand and would follow her Commander (nicknamed Sempai) to where ever. He was in pursuit of the greater good that he could do for the world. So she followed him. I don't know if she believed in goodness, but she believed in him.

Also bonus information: Theara is the original character and Arthea is her mirrored counterpart.

This question for Marigold is a very loaded question. Short answer, become a necromantic mushroom hermit. Long answer....

At one point in our campaign she did die, but was resurected. Unfortunately something went wrong and she kept her memories from being dead which gave her nightmares each night. She was being persued by death. This led her to finding a facination with decay and death and such. She was a druid gained the circle of spores. She continued to look into necromancy and all sorts of macabre topics. At one point she found herself in the astral plane surounded by the shadows that haunted her dream. She ran into thier open arms. She was a care free spirit. Iloved playing her and losing her was very hard, but damn was she impulsive.

I hope you enjoyed learning about these characters. I love them all very much