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There are no in-game restrictions that prevent any of this: it depends on the DM. This certainly adds fun roleplaying possibilities to a game. As to if it is possible, there are not reasons to not do so. Bahamut is Lawful Good, and Selûne is Chaotic Good. While they are on opposite ends of the Good spectrum, they are both Good. There is no known animosity ...


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Most D&D clergy seem to have no vows of celibacy, and may or may not be committed to chastity either. I'm not sure about Selune or Bahamut, but from what I know there should be no particular exceptions there. Keep in mind that in D&D settings, the various deities are generally perfectly fine with acknowledging their fellows: there is little or no ...


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Ask your DM None of these things are specified by rules—they're entirely the province of your DM and group's creativity. Talk to your DM and find out—or work out together—what the answers are. Nobody outside of your group knows your group's world, and can't answer questions about it with any authority.


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This will get gimmicky and old pretty fast if you're not careful, and you run the risk of burnout. That said, there are some ways to make it work. Pre-plan a few lines you know will get used. Prepare some fairly generic rhyming words you can use in a pinch to put a few lines together. Do not solely use couplets! Mix up your rhyme scheme with limericks ...


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I usually try to avoid long dialogs between one PC and an NPC, because I worry that the other players will be bored by spending a long time "out of the spotlight". When someone starts flirting with an NPC (and makes a good Diplomacy check), my preferred answer tends to be: "Yeah, you two are getting along great! ...Okay, so those two step away from the ...


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Separation of Player and Character The biggest thing is to remember that just like the Players are not their Characters, you are not the NPCs. Keeping this straight helps eliminate many issues, but it sounds like you have a good feel for this, so lets look a bit deeper. Give the Interaction Purpose Idly chatting and flirting can be a struggle for some ...


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Welcome to the Adventure!! There's a lot of good answers here, but seeing has I've only (really) started now Role-Playing, I've been "there" recentely, "where to start?" and "How to do it?", and been answering a lot to new players of my group aswell. What is role-playing!! Basically , Role-Playing (games) is like a theater play, but instead of you just ...


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What you have here is a golden opportunity! The Reluctant Leader There is an inherent conflict between the personality of the character and the necessities of the circumstances in which they find themselves. A laconic and disinterested person forced into a leadership role against there better judgement. There should be a meme about it. Leaders do not have ...


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You seem to have a disconnect between your perceived character image, the rest of the party, and the type of game the DM is running (all hack n'slash instead of character driven non-combat moments and such). Either reboot your character (you say this is still early in the campaign and you are low level) or do something else that will satisfy your need for ...


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I have twice now ran into the same problem. I have solved the problem in two ways. (Granted, one of these was in a play by post game, so it was easier to hold myself back a bit.) Have the character start acting without speaking. Instead of proposing a solution to the group, tell the DM/Group "My character is going to do X, Y and Z, unless somebody stops ...



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