go Got a gaming question? Ask the Game Master to make a ruling, provide advice or referee your gaming troubles. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. This week, we’re talking about working with your GM’s rules for character creation.
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If they are totally fleshed out with backstories and everything, maybe you can tweak some details (weapons or armor, perhaps) to suit your play style. Best of all, it’s your character, so you can decide how to roleplay him.
But if the GM is just giving you a character sheet with the numbers filled in, take his original stats and pick a name, backstory, equipment, alignment and characterization all your own. It’s one thing to play the human paladin and another entirely to play Harad, holy crusader of Pelor, who took up a sword after his wife and children were sacrificed in a ritual to please Tharizdun.
Make it your own in any way you can, and you can put your own stamp on the character.