The system detailed below lets you build a high-level character as if that character had started at 1st level, undertaking adventures and earning experience points. To finish generating the character, simply choose the type of adventuring activity he undertook at each level, stopping when you have the character level you want. For example, if you want a 9th-level character, use the tables in this section nine times. You can roll percentile dice or choose the result you like.
Who were the character's parents? Did they raise the character? If not them who? Describe your character's family.
What was childhood like for the character? Calm and peaceful or turbulent and traumatic? Does the character have any or did the character have any role models?
Has your character ever had a pet? If so, what was it, what happened to it? Describe a recurring nightmare your character had once. What kind of relationships does the character currently have?
Does he have any close friends? Describe your character's friends. What are they like? Do you have a best friend not a child or a lover whom you'd protect with your reputation or life? Has your character had any romantic interests?
If so, who, when, what? What is your most important personal possession? Not the magical item you value most but the possession that means the most. Name the one thing your character has done which makes him the most proud.
Name the one thing of which your character is most ashamed. What did the character do before he entered the story? Who trained the character to do what he does now?
Alignment, Ethics and Religion What is your character's religion?
Who is your patron deity? Are you a devout worshipper? How often do you attend services or make sacrifices? What are the character's moral and religious beliefs? What lengths will the character go to defend those beliefs?
Who or what taught those beliefs to the character?Creating Backgrounds. You might want to customize your character with a unique background.
Creating your own background is a simple process. You choose four skills and a trait from the sample backgrounds, and spend gp on gear. Creating Backgrounds. You might want to customize your character with a unique background. Creating your own background is a simple process.
You choose four skills and a trait from the sample backgrounds, and spend gp on gear. The Barbarian is a sub-class of fighter. In addition to extraordinary fighting abilities, they have skills related to survival in the wilderness.
All barbarians have at least a 15 Strength, 14 Dexterity, and 15 Constitution, and no barbarian begins with a Wisdom greater than Jun 13, · Barbarian - Background/Theme or Class?
Barbarian seems like a classic to D&D. It's hard for me to see the fighter accomodating the concept. Then again, I can definitely see the philosophical argument as to why "barbarian" is a background, not a career, and as to why the berserker is just part of the fighter and/or ranger. The barbarian is a playable character class in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game.
The class was introduced as early as and went through . Ideas for a Barbarian's Story submitted 3 years ago by Willdeetee DM Hey Guys, I was just wondering if any of you had any decent ideas for the background/story of a barbarian.