D&D Background Water Dhavian Noble

Ordinarily, for one of the great noble families of the waterdeep you’re a scion. Actually, the human families those who jealously guard their privilege and also place in the city of the Splendors, Waterdhavian nobles has their reputation across the Faerûn for being an eccentric, spoiled, venal, and, above all else, rich.

Of course, whether you’re one of the shining examples of the reason for this specific reputation or else those one who proves the rule being an exception and people expect things of you whenever they know all about you like your surname and what it means too.

Any of your reasons for taking to take up the adventuring likely involve your family in some of the ways, such as: Are you the family rebel, who prefers delving in filthy dungeons to sipping zzar at a ball? Or have you taken up sword or spell on your family’s behalf, ensuring that they have someone of renown to see to their legacy?

Skill Proficiencies: History, Persuasion

Tool Proficiencies: One type of gaming set or one musical instrument

Languages: One of your choice

Equipment: A set of fine clothes, a signet ring or brooch, a scroll of pedigree, a skin of fine zzar or wine, and a purse containing 20 gp

Actually, work with your Dungeon Master to come up with the family like you are the part of – there are around seventy-five lineages in Waterdeep, each one with its own financial interests, specialties and also the schemes.

So, you might have been the part of the main line of your family, of course, possibly in a line to become its leader one day. Or else you might have been one of any number of cousins, with the less prestige but also less responsibility.

Feature: Kept in Style

Your house observes for your everyday needs whenever you’re in the waterdeep or otherwise wherever in the north. Basically, your name a~d signet are sufficient for covering most of your expenses; such as the inns, taverns, and festhalls which you’ve often very much glad to for recording your debt and also send an accounting for your family’s estate in the waterdeep  to settle what you’ve owed.

Although, this best advantage do enable to live one of the comfortable lifestyles, no need to have to pay 2 gp per day for it, or else reduces a cost of the wealthy or the aristocratic lifestyle with that much of amount.

Sometimes, you may not be maintaining the less affluent lifestyle and use the variation as an income too – the benefit is the line of the credit, but not an actual monetary reward.

Suggested Characteristics

For all of this waterdhavian noble background suggested characteristics such as ideal, bond, personality traits and also the flaws you need to use the noble background, or you can use the below tables too, like the basis for all of your traits and also motivations, modifying all of your entries whenever appropriate to suit your identity.

Personality Traits

D8Personality Trait
1My eloquent flattery makes everyone I talk to feel like the most wonderful and important person in the world.
2The common folk love me for my kindness and generosity.
3No one could doubt by looking at my regal bearing that I am a cut above the unwashed masses.
4I take great pains to always look my best and follow the latest fashions.
5I don’t like to get my hands dirty, and I won’t be caught dead in unsuitable accommodations.
6Despite my noble birth, I do not place myself above other folk. We all have the same blood.
7My favor, once lost, is lost forever.
8If you do me an injury, I will crush you, ruin your name, and salt your fields.

Flaws

D6Flaw
1I secretly believe that everyone is beneath me.
2I hide a truly scandalous secret that could ruin my family forever.
3I too often hear veiled insults and threats in every word addressed to me, and I’m quick to anger.
4I have an insatiable desire for carnal pleasures.
5In fact, the world does revolve around me.
6By my words and actions, I often bring shame to my family.

Ideals

D6Ideal
1Respect: Respect is due to me because of my position, but all people regardless of station deserve to be treated with dignity. (Good)
2Responsibility: It is my duty to respect the authority of those above me, just as those below me must respect mine. (Lawful)
3Independence: I must prove that I can handle myself without the coddling of my family. (Chaotic)
4Power: If I can attain more power, no one will tell me what to do. (Evil)
5Family: Blood runs thicker than water. (Any)
6Noble Obligation: It is my duty to protect and care for the people beneath me. (Good)

Bonds

D6Bond
1I will face any challenge to win the approval of my family.
2My house’s alliance with another noble family must be sustained at all costs.
3Nothing is more important than the other members of my family.
4I am in love with the heir of a family that my family despises.
5My loyalty to my sovereign is unwavering.
6The common folk must see me as a hero of the people.

Like the all other nobles and you’re born, raised in the different world from the one that most of the folks know- Actually, one which will grant you to privilege but it also calls you for fulfilling the duty befitting your station.

So, your bond might have been associated with your family a lone, or else it could be concerned with the another noble house which sides with or opposes your own too.

Almost like all other backgrounds suggested characteristics, here also your ideal might be depend to some extent on how you view your role in the family, and also how you intend for conducting yourself in the world at the large like a representative of your home.

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