Born in the family of one of the wealthiest people in Mulmaster, the city of danger’s aristocracy, you have spent your life looking down on the indigenous people of the city from your sky-high palace. Well-dressed in robes made of fur, you spend your time practicing art.
Although your family might not be part of the council of blades, you are still entitled to the elite class of Mulmaster. Even though you are not even a Zora or a Zor or personally have a high place in the aristocracy, you still tend to be in the great halls, where the elites of the aristocracy members come to be seen and keep an eye on others, while making trade, plan strategies makes schemes discuss various arts and activities of the sort.
What is a Mulmaster Aristocrat in DND?
The Mulmaster Aristocrats are the wealthiest and the most powerful people in the city. You live in big palaces on high grounds where you can see far into the city and observe the life of the common people. Being part of the city of dangers’ aristocracy, you possess a lot of power and wealth.
Besides meeting with the other members of the aristocracy, you like to practice and polish both your performing and visual art. Although you are a member of the aristocracy, neither you nor anyone from your immediate family sits at the council of Blades. But despite that, the members of the aristocracy come to your halls to meet, greet and discuss different strategies and plans for the future.
|Your Skills include Deception and Performance.
|Proficient with One type of artisan’s tool (artistic) and a musical instrument.
|You have one set of artisan’s artistic tools and a musical instrument. You wear fine clothes and have a purse with 10GP.
|My ambitions are boundless. I will be a Zor or Zora one day!
|I must always look my best.
|Beauty is everywhere. I can find it in even the homeliest person and the most horrible tragedy.
|Décorum must be preserved at all costs.
|I will not admit I am wrong if I can avoid it.
|I am extremely well-educated and frequently remind others of that fact.
|I take what I can today because I do not know what tomorrow holds.
|My life is full of dance, song, drink, and love.
|Generous. I have a responsibility to help and protect the less fortunate. (Good)
|Loyal. My word, once given, is my bond. (Lawful)
|Callous. I am unconcerned with any negative effects my actions may have on the lives and fortunes of others. (Evil)
|Impulsive. I follow my heart. (Chaotic)
|Ignorant. Explanations bore me. (Neutral)
|Isolationist. I am concerned with the fortunes of my friends and family. Others must see to themselves. (Any)
|I have dedicated my wealth and my talents to the service of one of the city’s many temples.
|My family and I are loyal supporters of High Blade Jaseen Drakehorn. Our fortunes are inexorably tied to hers. I would do anything to support her.
|Like many families who were close to High Blade Selfaril Uoumdolphin, mine has suffered greatly since his fall. We honor his memory in secret.
|My family plotted with Rassendyll Uoumdolphin’s brother. Betrayal is the quickest route to power.
|Wealth and power are nothing. Fulfillment can only be found in artistic expression.
|It’s not how you feel, who you know, or what you can do – it’s how you look, and I look fabulous.
|I have difficulty caring about anyone or anything other than myself.
|Having grown up with wealth, I am careless with my finances. I overspend and am overly generous.
|The ends (my advancement) justify any means.
|I must have what I want and will brook no delay.
|My family has lost everything. I must keep up appearances, lest we become a laughingstock.
|I have no artistic sense. I hide that fact behind extreme opinions and have become a trendsetter.
Born in the highest class, most of the other classes in Mulmaster defer to you. You hold a great influence and power and that is why even the soldiers, the hawks, cloaks, and priests defer to you as most of the Mulmaster is known for its aristocracy. But naturally, you fit right in with people in your class be it the nobles or the other aristocrats. These connections come in handy for you when you want to get your message to the Zor or the Zora.
This feature is a variant of the Noble 5e.
Why Use the Mulmaster Aristocrat Background?
Enjoying power and influence is a dream for many of us and being an aristocrat in the city of Mulmaster Aristocrat is like a dream come true. These people run the city, they make trades, they come up with schemes, and enjoy quality time with other people in their class. Although a lot of people don’t like you, they still have to respect you for who you are.