28 Days of Character Development

Hello, my avid and numerous followers!

Elspeth roped me into this I have decided to start this 28 Days of Character Development thing of my own free will. It is a challenge that focuses on developing a character through daily writing prompts over the next 28 days. I don’t know anything about it, so will be kind of following the herd blindly, borrowing prompts to use for Grawnk, which I will do my best to post daily.

This is Elspeth’s initial post explaining it better, if you would like to see what a prompt is.

28 Days of Character Development

Like I said, I will be borrowing her prompts, but if anyone has a prompt specifically for Grawnk, feel free to share it down below in the comments.

Also, best of luck to Adantur and Pyrelle, two excellent writers, who will be participating in Elspeth’s challenge as well.


22 thoughts on “28 Days of Character Development

  1. As a progressive Orc, is it hard to understand the thoughts and actions of your fellow orcs?

    How would Grawnk react if he accidentally walked in on Jenassa and Ghorbash having relations?

    Seeing as the only other Orc bard is a complete failure of a bard and more than likely marked for death, does this add more pressure on Grawnk to be a great bard?

    Will Grawnk ever announce his feelings for a certain orc blacksmith who lives in Markarth? If so will he settle down and form his own Orcish stronghold as tradition dictates?

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