Sfant Umbra began as a secret mercenary business within the depths of the Aht Urhgan Empire. With the rise and fall of business it slowly faded from memory. That is, until a descendant of the creator happened across some old parchments one day...
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Igienic Preot
Igienic Preot

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Join date : 2009-05-24
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PostSubject: Character Sheet Layout Guide   Sun May 24, 2009 8:48 am

When creating a character for Sfant Umbra all that is required is a letter. A character sheet is encouraged but not required. Having one helps other players get a feel for who you intent to portray. It also helps us understand them a little better. Here's a basic layout. You're welcomed to add/remove pieces as you see fit.

Screen Name: (Your IG screen name)
Character Name: (What is your character's name? Please give the full name.)
Gender: (Male? Female?)
Race: (Vana'diel's races include Hume, Elvaan, Tarutaru, Mithra, and Galka.)
Age: (How old is your character?)
Main Job: (Your character's main profession.)
Subjob: (Character's secondary profession.)
Other Jobs: (Any other professions your character has/will undertake in the future.)
Birthplace: (Place of birth.)
Residence: (Current residence and nationality.)
Family: (Any family? Siblings, parents, relatives, adopted parents.)

Appearance: (This section is for describing your character's appearance. Sometimes a character may have scars or markings not seen due to DAT limitations. Here you can explain what those may actually look like. Also useful if you use a modified head for your character.)

Personality: (your character's personality. A personality trait is very important as it gives us a general idea what how your character thinks/recasts around other people. It also helps flesh out your character as an individual.)

History: (Your character's background story. Doesn't need to be very long, can be a few paragraphs to give the reader a sense of where your character came from, what happened in their life, and how they came to be today. Developing a good backstory gives your character some feel and can help improve your skills at roleplaying. Like a character with a difficult past might be not as wiling to open up to others whereas a character with a happy, nurturing childhood would be more happy-go-lucky.)
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