Quick Character Generator

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

Your Options:
The conceited, broken-hearted rascal who fears people think he/she is a fraud.
The crippled, ugly architect.
The striking, energetic, unethical actor who belongs to a secret organization.
The tough pretender who suffers from a chronic medical condition.
The logical, short-tempered hermit.
The marine from a bad family.
The beggar who belongs to a secret organization.
The unathletic, addled, promiscuous mercenary.
The sickly pedlar.
The calm rogue with little money.
The aged businessperson.
The crippled, disloyal bodyguard.
The depressed, clinging marine.
The unstable, moral poet.
The dexterous, peace-loving, tactless trader.
The aged prostitute from an unusual family line.
The tough, intimidating fence.
The young, heroic jailer with a lot of friends.
The tolerant outlaw.
The fear-ridden heroine.
The bartender searching for purpose.
The greedy weapons master with a heart of gold.
The tireless, tactless politician.
The weak, neurotic, funny thief.
The plain beggar who can't resist a fight.
The unpredictable, righteous lawman with a chemical dependency.
The kind, clinging sailor who can't resist a fight.
The athletic, spiritual, sadistic wanderer with repressed memories.
The just mercenary.
The cynical acrobat.
The creative archivist.
The poised wanderer.
The unstable, greedy bandit searching for a family member.
The agile dancer searching for truth.
The striking, tactless, ugly poet searching for a lost friend.
The corrupt hunter.
The righteous, cruel pharmacist.
The broken-hearted assassin with big dreams.
The poised, homely philosopher with little money.
The striking, popular lawman.
The tough, ignorant, introverted poet who can't resist a fight.
The young pedlar who is considered the worst in his/her profession.
The spendthrift, unpopular spy.
The tough, patriotic fence.
The elegant, unheroic heir.
The disloyal businessperson.
The unathletic, happy, patronizing heir.
The dexterous, obedient traveler.
The drunken murderer.
The infamous sailor.


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