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What Master should I play?

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Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
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12 days ago
I play D&D every other Sunday, and am thinking of making a(nother) spare character, based off of one of the Masters of the Bazaar. What Master would one recommend, and what stats should I prioritize?
Stats are Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma.

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My first two studies involving the madness: "Candles at Christmas" and "One Need Not Go North".

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Azothi
Azothi
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12 days ago
For some reason, I read "D&D Master" and thought you were trying to roleplay a Master as the DM for a second, but I digress.
  • Wines is, in my opinion, the most well-developed character of the Masters, and I suspect it's the writers' favorite (along with Pages) with its saturating presence in various stories ("Mr Wines is holding a sale", the revels, Sinning Jenny's election campaign, A Conversation on the Road, "Lost in Reflections", "The Empress' Shadow", "Cricket, Anyone?", The Silver Tree - and that's not even all). It makes sense - his story is meaningful and relatable, and he's likely the most pro-Bazaar of the Masters.

  • Pages appears to be the other favorite Master, though I feel that's declined recently. It'd be fun but likely challenging to play with its creative vocabulary.

  • Irons is another fun character with definitive quirks, and while its motivations are less well-explored, we can draw conclusions from Knife and Candle, as well as its Noman.

  • Stones has quirks ("Mine!"), but that playstyle will probably not be popular.


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Siankan
Siankan
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12 days ago
Azothi wrote:
For some reason, I read "D&D Master" and thought you were trying to roleplay a Master as the DM for a second, but I digress.


Well, I know what I'm doing the next time I DM a game.

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Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick
Posts: 139

12 days ago
Azothi wrote:
For some reason, I read &quotD&D Master&quot and thought you were trying to roleplay a Master as the DM for a second, but I digress.
  • Wines is, in my opinion, the most well-developed character of the Masters, and I suspect it's the writers' favorite (along with Pages) with its saturating presence in various stories (&quotMr Wines is holding a sale&quot, the revels, Sinning Jenny's election campaign, A Conversation on the Road, &quotLost in Reflections&quot, &quotThe Empress' Shadow&quot, &quotCricket, Anyone?&quot, The Silver Tree - and that's not even all). It makes sense - his story is meaningful and relatable, and he's likely the most pro-Bazaar of the Masters.

  • Pages appears to be the other favorite Master, though I feel that's declined recently. It'd be fun but likely challenging to play with its creative vocabulary.

  • Irons is another fun character with definitive quirks, and while its motivations are less well-explored, we can draw conclusions from Knife and Candle, as well as its Noman.

  • Stones has quirks (&quotMine!&quot), but that playstyle will probably not be popular.


Although, I am a DM. Big Grin

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Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick-A Legendary Charisma. Also shrouded, terrifying, and inescapable.
Ambition: Light Fingers!
(TtH: ~6 PM Central Standard Time Mondays)

Mr Netae- SEEKING MR EATEN'S NAME

~
Sir Wensleydale of Hardwick/Liam Moulton
A Self-Proclaimed Scholar of the Avid Horizon.
My first two studies involving the madness: "Candles at Christmas" and "One Need Not Go North".

Founder of the Grandmaster Club.

Always up for RP.
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