In my bigger bio templates, you'll see the "General Personality" and then "Inner Personality". And I know some people go "wtf isn't it all the same thing?" But oh no... it isn't! You'll hear that saying; Everyone has Layers. Like an onion. It sounds goofy, but it's very true. How we behave with people might be vastly different from what we're truly thinking or like on the inside. A good example are the DOUCHEBAGS you see in TV and movies. They're always showing the nice-guy side of themselves. Everybody thinks they're awesome dudes, right? But they're really just jerks. Another example would be the SHYGIRL. Always quiet and hiding in a corner somewhere, but they've got mega opinions about the world and people around them that they just never share. Putting these same layers in to your roleplay characters adds that extra depth! Outer Personality: This is what everyone sees. What they perceive about your character. How your character interacts with people. What they show. Inner Personality: The reality of what they're really like. Their real feelings, real thoughts. The kind of person they REALLY are whether they want to admit it or not. When you add both of these elements to your character bio, you can play off them! Very fun! Like playing the woman that is sugar sweet, but is a secret gnome-hatin' racist. Or a teacher who everyone can't stand, but is just acting like a dick cause they're afraid hot teens are gonna hit on him. YOUR CHALLENGE A guy and a girl are arguing in public. The guy is trying to drag the girl off somewhere. A whole group of people are watching. YOU WILL WRITE TWO POSTS. In the first post, write from the VIEWER's perspective. They're watching this fight and making assumptions about the people in it based on what they see. In the second post, write from the Guy's perspective. Display what is ACTUALLY going on from his point of view.