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How much does your RP character fit with their race/culture/traditions/stereotypes?
I play as a male Nord, but I found that his actions and preferences don't really fit with the Nord culture. He's actually more fond of Khajiit and Imperial's (except the skooma and boring politics part heh).
Edited by Stania on January 21, 2017 9:38PM
I suppose some of you made a character of a certain race but you don't feel that he/she fits with said race's culture, or maybe he/she was adopted by parents of a different race.
Others may have created a backstory and personality traits, and then choose a race based on the culture that fits with the backstory.
Well... I'm curious to know about your RP characters.
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How much does your RP character fit with their race/culture/traditions/stereotypes? 50 votes
My character fits with every trait and culture that their race share. They're a walking stereotype.
My character has a strong influence from their culture, but has some from other cultures too.
My character is from a race but their influence is from a different race and culture. (A Khajiit that lives in trees and sticks to the green pact)
My character has influence only from their culture, but just to some degree. (A Dunmer that is against slavery)
My character doesn't have any influence, or takes things from each culture if they fit to their personal criteria.
My character preferences are all the opposite to their culture. (A pacifist magician male Orc that prefers monogamy perhaps?)