Quick Character Generator

Quick, simple character descriptions, generic or for specific settings.

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Characters
The energetic prospector.
The clumsy politician.
The quiet, selfless outlaw.
The tactful trader.
The hunter with little money.
The awkward, delusional, arrogant businessperson escpaing the past.
The crippled, unstable, broken-hearted poet.
The tireless, miserly, sarcastic assassin.
The paranoid priestess.
The funny thief.
The clumsy heir who lost meaning in life.
The selfless prostitute.
The forceful bounty hunter with unusual luck.
The greedy miner.
The boastful boatman with no hope.
The healthy, militant businessperson.
The plain, unjust, heroic miner.
The sickly, open-minded, opinionated leader who hopes to be the best in his/her profession.
The graceful, tireless, promiscuous philosopher.
The moralistic architect who has several nervous habits.
The striking, tactless heir searching for purpose.
The driven, manipulative prostitute searching for a family member.
The rebellious, short-tempered cleric with repressed memories.
The complacent, charismatic musician.
The drunken, striking hero.
The seasoned traitor haunted by flashbacks.
The confused pharmacist.
The incoherent hermit with a lot of friends.
The righteous midwife.
The enduring, unpopular thief on the wrong side of the law.
The greedy servant.
The healthy, willful bounty hunter.
The acrobatic, fear-ridden miner.
The agile, neurotic, ignored rabble-rouser.
The serious, charismatic politician.
The naive beggar.
The weak, unpopular cleric.
The dexterous hero.
The farmer with a chemical dependency.
The watchful, odd mentor needing a friend.
The obsessive official with unusual luck.
The boring gambler.
The innocent mercenary.
The driven, moral soldier who has several nervous habits.
The stupid comic.
The unathletic midwife.
The short-tempered, popular trader.
The just, ethical laborer who suffers from a chronic disease.
The striking, serene ambassador.
The tireless, smooth dancer searching for a lost friend.

 

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