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ArtStation - Janna Gold, Pedro Yapor

ArtStation - Janna Gold, Pedro Yapor

Necromancer, Dylan Ekren on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Lr935

Necromancer, Dylan Ekren on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Lr935

Lucia - My series favorite from Shadow Hearts: Covenant. She's a flighty fortune telling, dancing, aromatherapist from Florence, Italy. :3

Lucia - My series favorite from Shadow Hearts: Covenant. She's a flighty fortune telling, dancing, aromatherapist from Florence, Italy. :3

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"Black Elf", by Clarence Bateman

"Black Elf", by Clarence Bateman

Razia - Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Razia - Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Pedazo hembra!!

Pedazo hembra!!

Abner

Abner

The D&D bard, despite the roots of the word itself, is inspired more by wandering minstrels who were indeed considered "rogues" of a sort (for instance, attempting to earn free food and rooms at inns through doing odd jobs like killing rats, singing, or just wooing the bartender). D&D bards are described as not necessarily opposed to tradition, but to the staleness and risk of corruption that comes with a settled life.

The D&D bard, despite the roots of the word itself, is inspired more by wandering minstrels who were indeed considered "rogues" of a sort (for instance, attempting to earn free food and rooms at inns through doing odd jobs like killing rats, singing, or just wooing the bartender). D&D bards are described as not necessarily opposed to tradition, but to the staleness and risk of corruption that comes with a settled life.

Character design for Kabam’s Ravenmarch, by Winona Nelson

Character design for Kabam’s Ravenmarch, by Winona Nelson