Rival Intern 5E Background

As per this rival intern background 5e you’re the best intern at the rival of the acquisitions incorporated, and of course you have also been gained a better and a healthy respect for not about just the job and also the franchising opportunities. But mainly for the ruthless and also for efficient way of Acquisitions Incorporated goes about its business only. Why it shall deal with the rest, whenever you can work for the best?

Of course most probably the rival shall not or had not treat you before as well as you were hoping, or else you have been washed out of that specific organization though. Maybe in most of the cases you hope to leverage the knowledge that you was gained there for an advantage at the Acquisitions Incorporated. Either way, you’re now almost bringing your talents to the company, ready to put your skills to use. Also read this folk hero 5e.

Skill Proficiencies: History, Investigation
Tool Proficiencies: One type of artisan’s tools
Languages: Any one of your choice
Equipment: One set of artisan’s tools, a ledger from your previous employer containing a small piece of useful information, a set of fine clothes, and a belt pouch containing 10 gp.

Feature: Inside Informant

You have almost all of the connections to your lost/old employer or some other groups that you dealt with at the time of your previous employment. Of course you can even communicate with your contacts, gaining information at the DM’s discretion.

Suggested Characteristics

As of this rival intern 5e background if you’re felling happy with your previous internship. Then the parting of different ways might have been to amicable. But if not, it might have involved to be armed guards which is removing you from the various premises. Suppose, if you’re passed over at your previous position, then it might have left you a blend of seething rage, practiced nonchalance, and keen knowledge of where the bodies are buried (probably literally).

Personality Trait

d8Personality Trait
1My previous employer didn't respect me, and now I'll do whatever I can to gain respect.
2The job is important, but the relationships I forge with my coworkers are even more so.
3The job is everything to me. Who needs relaxation, hobbies, and a social life?
4I know I'm not the best and brightest, but if I put my best self forward, I can overcome anything.
5My former boss was an idiot. So was my boss before that. And before that. I'm sure those were all coincidences.
6This company is so much better than my previous one. It will always be the best until they stop paying me.
7I know this dagger belongs to the company, but I'm sure they won't miss it. Or this flask. Or this armor.
8It's only a matter of time before I'll be upper management. I just have to kiss up to my superiors and kick down those beneath me.


1Advancement. Money and power can be gained more easily within an organization. I plan to gain as much as possible. (Evil)
2Structure. Life goes much more smoothly when you follow the rules and work within a system. (Lawful)
3Uncertainty. The more chaos that swirls around me, the more opportunities I can find to profit. (Chaotic)
4Justice. I can't stand people being treated unjustly. I do whatever it takes to stop injustice and those who flout the law. (Lawful)
5Pleasure. What's the use of working hard and making money if you can't enjoy the finer things in life? (Any)
6Power. Money is fine, but real power means never having to say you're sorry. (Evil)


1I have a family member in need. I consider them in everything I do.
2My peers keep me grounded.
3My past mistakes cost someone else dearly. I have to rectify that.
4A childhood mentor put me on my current path. If I succeed, I want to repay that mentor in some way.
5I value an oath of loyalty I took to a group of friends over everything else in my life.
6Although I don't get along well with people, my pet means the world to me.


1I know what's best. Trust me.
2Flaw? I have no flaws. I'm perfect.
3My loyalties are … fluid.
4If anything goes wrong, it must be someone else's fault. Let me explain that in detail.
5There's right and there's wrong, and there's no gray area in between.
6Our superiors might not like what you're doing. I'm going to have to put that in my report.

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