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In my own tabletop games, I always work with my players to develop deep, intriguing backstories for their characters. This increases emotional investment, aids in finding motivations during role-playing, and breathes life in to the world as these narratives begin to intertwine. And, let's face it, as a DM, it gives me something to make dramatic callbacks with, or use to torment your character.
In my spare time, I offer these services to other game masters, tabletop players, and even game designers looking to flesh out their worlds, when they have all the right ideas, but not necessarily all the right words.
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