A character’s personality is split into two parts: Attitudes and Motivations. Of these, the latter is the most important to a roleplaying game. A motivation is anything that drives your character to act. They can be external or internal. A poisonous snake can be an external motivation, but we’re not overly concerned with these right now. Those are provided by the game master, and are more directly related to attitudes. Instead, we’ll going to think about internal motivations–those that come from the character’s own twisted mind.
Director, what’s my motivation?
Significant Details are critical under this category. Choose a handful of powerful motivators you want constantly considered by the Game Master during adventure planning.Read More . . .