You attend school and focus on learning. You might be in high school, university, or grad school, but your focus is on academics in hopes of someday excelling at a career.

Skill Proficiencies: History, Science
Tool Proficiency: Select two of the following: Computers, Science Tools (any), or Musical Instrument (any)
Languages: None
Equipment: A casual wardrobe (including items expressing your school spirit and perhaps school uniforms), a student backpack, school supplies, books, a library card, a bus pass, a laptop, a smartphone, a gaming system, a tablet.

Feature: School

You attend a school with a library, labs, a gymnasium, and other resources. While none of these are likely to be state-of-the-art, they are free for you to use. Additionally, your school is staffed by teachers who enjoy sharing their knowledge on a variety of topics. You will be expected to attend classes and will be graded on your work.

Suggested Characteristics

Students attend classes at an institute of higher learning and strive to get good grades.

d8 Personality Trait
1 I'm obsessed with relationships whether they're mine or someone else's. I love to talk about who's dating who, who cheated on who, and what my sweetheart and I are doing this weekend. Unless we break up. Do you think we'll break up?
2 I admire an intellectual giant and bring him/her up frequently in conversation.
3 School is my whole world. I'd rather be here, or at least with these people, than anywhere else.
4 I try to do everything extremely well, which means that I don't have a lot of time for chit-chat.
5 I have a lot of interests which help me to get along with anyone. I'm good at fitting in with every crowd.
6 I believe that everyone should get good grades. If people just did the homework they'd pass.
7 School is a social Petri dish and I like to experiment with various stimuli.
8 I have trouble seeing school as that important in the big scheme of things. I'm much more concerned with what I can learn than what my grades are.
d6 Ideal
1 Friendly. I look out for the people who are outcast. Everybody needs a friend. (Good)
2 Self-Esteem. Everyone is going through something. I try to lift them up however I can. (Good)
3 Accelerated. Grades are the most important thing in the world. That's why mine are straight As. (Lawful)
4 Focused. I'm here to learn. I'm not interested in why other people showed up. (Neutral)
5 Self-Obsessed. My experience is about me, not the groveling masses. If people worship me, then they're tolerated. But if they annoy me, I will destroy them. (Evil)
6 School Spirit. My school is the best school and people should acknowledge that. (Any)
d6 Bond
1 I admire my teachers and want to prove myself them.
2 I'm constantly falling in and out of love, but I maintain good relationships with my exes. Except for Alex. Alex is a jerk.
3 I've had the same best friend since childhood even though we fell into very different social groups as we got older.
4 My family has made many sacrifices for my education and I want to be worthy of them.
5 I'm part of the A-crowd and will do whatever I have to to stay at the top of the pyramid.
6 I had a bad experience with a teacher once that has shaken my faith in the institution of formal education.
d6 Flaw
1 I'm desperate to maintain my social status among my peers and will act in ways that I'm ashamed of because of it.
2 I live in the shadow of an older, smarter, and better-looking sibling who I'm certain everyone compares me to.
3 I'm on academic probation. One more mistake and I'm done.
4 I hate school and I'm ready to be finished.
5 I'm plagued by doubts that I truly belong here or that I'll graduate with high enough grades and enough extracurriculars to go on to my goals.
6 I cheated on my entrance exams and live under the pall of paranoia that I'm going to be found out.
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