So, I know that some players do, and some dont, so I was wondering what everyone's opinion on character voices was. I personally try to give each of my characters a unique voice. I don't just mean in terms of accent or pitch, but I try to come up wit
I really don't try to. I think as one of my characters develops, some unique mannerisms do come out as a part of the personality, but it is all pretty subtle. Sometimes I phrase things in a slightly archaic fashion, but no thee's or thou's or anyth
Hm... I'm debating to let my French elf ardent, Italian orcish wizard, or Austrian dwarven fighter answer this question.I'll just leave it to my Mr. T gnomish monk (A.K.A badass):"I pity the fool!"Does it answer the question? Maybe not. But do you re
I've done an Australian Half-Elf Battlemind with hit and miss success, a Warforged that was a run-down cowboy robot who would keep stuttering every so often as his voice-box skipped a bit. Not much else than that though.
This is going to sound obvious but I base my character's voice upon his class and race. If you take a look at where some of the races "originally" came from, it should give you some interesting ideas for accents/inflections and mannerisms. For instan
I run a Bard with a pronounced southern drawl, who always refers to dubious platitudes his father said. Though when he's being diplomatic, he speaks loftily, and crisply, in a manner most clear and verbose. But when the fightin' gets tough, he gets a
i use voices with all my characters. but for me it's second nature: growing up, my dad would use various accents all the time, just to be random. me and my brother both do it now as well. we barely notice when we swich accents now because we've been
I did the best thing ever for a voice.. I played a mute rogue.... here's the kicker. He was a teenager in puberty. My speech patterns involved lots of middle fingers and angry stares. No one really knew his name So he just went by Mr. Mumble.
I primarily play online through Roll20 and Skype, so having a unique character voice makes it easier to differentiate between IC and OOC speech when talking. "Okay, my turn? Joren goes like "Ye picked the wrong dwarf to mess with!" as he swings his m
I use different voices and accents for my characters. My most notable are a Shade Wizard with an English accent, a Halfling Rogue with a slight Irish accent, and a Dwarf Paladin with a Scottish accent. I also have a Shardmind Artificer that (accordin
so my last campagin i was a warforged in a town that was racist against warforged, so i started going aroundstating how people were racist motherf******* and i took on a sterotypical black person voice the rest of the session. i worked out well becau
I used to do it a lot more. My current group has been more interested in the tactical aspect of the gameplay than the roleplaying end of things, so I haven't been talking in character as much, either as a DM or a player. We just traded out a few pl