Character Studies (March)—Introductions, Part I

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Character studies is a monthly interview (often broken into several parts).  For more info, see here.

Interested in participating?  Copy/paste the following questions, pick a character to answer them, and then share the link back here so we can go check it out!


So for this month’s Character Studies, we have the theme of introductions.  Seems like a great way to start out it all out, right?

This month will be split into two parts.  The first part is all about the basic parts of an introduction—which is mostly the boring stuff you see first, like appearance.  Next week, in Part II, we’ll get into some more of the juicy bits of introductions.

So without further ado, the questions!  (And if you decide to participate, don’t forget to share a link in the comments!)


  1. What’s your name?  Do you have a nickname?  Is there any meaning behind your name or your nickname?
  2. How old do you look?  Is that your real age?  How old are you, actually?
  3. What’s your gender?
  4. What’s your eye color?  How easy is to tell your eye color from a distance?
  5. What’s your ethnicity?  Does anybody ever get it wrong?
  6. What’s your build?  How tall are you?  Are you strong?
  7. What’s your foremost physical trait—the first thing someone will notice about your appearance?
  8. What’s your favorite outfit, or what do you wear the most?  Why is that your favorite?
  9. How do you usually introduce yourself to new people?
    BONUS: What would you do if you were a pirate?

Part two: https://morgandusky.wordpress.com/2016/03/28/character-studies-march-introductions-part-ii/

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