Elf Bard Male Old Short Blue Hair
There’s something about dungeons and dragons that just captured my imagination as a child. Maybe it was the promise of adventure, or the chance to be someone other than myself. Whatever the reason, I was hooked from the moment I first picked up a Player’s Handbook.
One of my earliest memories is of my older brother teaching me how to create my first character, an elf bard named Lothar. I can still remember the smell of his leather armor and the sound of his voice as he described the world I was about to enter. He made it sound so real, like I could step right into it if I just used my imagination.
Of course, Lothar wasn’t my only character. Over the years I’ve played all sorts of different characters, from human wizards to dwarves fighters to half-orc rogues. But no matter what race or class they were, they all had one thing in common: they were male.
It wasn’t until recently that I decided to create a female character. She was a Halfling ranger named Ayla, and she quickly became one of my favorites. It was refreshing to finally play a character who looked like me, and who related to the world in a way that felt more natural for me.
Ayla was short (like me), with blue hair (also like me), and she had a heart for adventure (yup, just like me). She wasn’t perfect – she made
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