Quick Character Generator

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

Your Options:
The aged pretender looking for love.
The priestess from a good family.
The aged inventor.
The obedient fence who lost meaning in life.
The chaste acrobat.
The striking, popular beggar.
The philandering servant coping with mental illness.
The tough, quiet dancer.
The hypocritical wanderer haunted by dark memories.
The tireless, grim, kind inventor.
The athletic, indecisive prospector.
The healthy, boastful miner.
The arrogant archivist who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The enduring gigolo.
The gentle ambassador.
The intuitive, immature lawman with a heart of gold.
The funny miner.
The promiscuous official.
The athletic weapons master.
The miserly assistant.
The young, optimistic, patronizing heroine.
The striking, inhibited pretender.
The athletic, religious, chaste leader who is a complete fraud.
The ambassador who hates animals.
The attractive marine searching for truth.
The crippled, cruel soldier.
The weak, fearsome impostor with a chemical dependency.
The athletic, happy explorer.
The clumsy, lonely philosopher.
The poised, peaceful, homely philosopher.
The weak, misunderstood, homely pretender.
The crippled, kind thief who is given to moments of deep introspection.
The graceful teacher.
The athletic, whiny rabble-rouser.
The friendly official.
The sickly, unremarkable, homely heir.
The poised, short-tempered, attractive rascal.
The manipulative musician with a large fortune.
The combative, intimidating acrobat with a dark past.
The striking weapons master who fears the future.
The enduring heir.
The tireless, fearsome prospector who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The educated, short-tempered gigolo.
The opportunistic student who fears the future.
The diabolical, patronizing lawman.
The weak rogue.
The noisy, generous wanderer with repressed memories.
The dexterous, wise, boring priestess.
The graceful, stingy, disloyal acrobat.
The unathletic, mean-spirited mentor.


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