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Characters We Do and Don't Need [Updated 5/25/2018]
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Characters We Do and Don't Need

If you're looking to see what kinds of characters we do or don't need, you've come to the right place. Character types are not restricted/blocked and we will never put a cap on genders, occupations, etc. These are merely to encourage and inspire players to create characters that can fill some much needed slots on Charming.

Highly Discouraged
  • Upper Class Purebloods
  • Debutantes and socialites
  • Rebellious Upper Class girls
Slightly Discouraged
  • Upper Class generally
  • Gentlemen of Leisure
  • Metamorphmagi
Slightly Encouraged
  • Students in years 2-5
  • House Quidditch players
  • Professional Quidditch players
  • 'Shady' characters, incl. prostitutes
Highly Encouraged
  • Characters with Occupations list occupations
  • Non-human characters
  • Working and middle class characters
  • Characters of color


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