Barmaid - Traits
Have you ever wanted to spend your days babysitting belligerent drunkards while trying desperately to earn a living? Well too bad, someone has to do it. As a Barmaid you spent your life using both charisma and brute strength to "persuade" drunkards to follow the rules like everybody else.
Barmaid - Employment
Skill Proficiencies: Persuasion, Intimidation
Tool Proficiencies: Cook's Utensils, Pan Flute
Equipment: A barmaid outfit, a weighted club, a small keg of greater beer, a pan flute, a set of cook's utensils, and a coin pouch containing 15 GP.
After spending years tending to the regular drunkards and new faces in the establishment you work in, you have become an expert at getting what you want from the drunk, the tipsy and the plastered. You have advantage on such Persuasion and Intimidation checks.
A Barmaid typically has the following characteristics. Feel free to modify or write your own to give your character even more flavor.
|1||I understand that sometimes a little bit of flirting goes a long way.|
|2||Regulars always get the cheapest drinks. New-comers are almost always trouble.|
|3||Drinking on the job is never a problem.|
|4||My quick temper can end as many problems as it starts. At least, that's what I tell myself.|
|5||Sleaze-bag pervert is one bad comment away from a slap.|
|6||A jolly smile and cheerful laugh is the best way to start the day.|
|7||I hate my job and everyone I have to serve.|
|8||My loyalty to my employer is unmatched.|
|1||Kindness - Service with a smile is everyone's right. (Good)|
|2||Strictly Business - You get what you pay for and I can't help that. (Lawful)|
|3||Loose Change - The drunk make easy money for stealing. (Evil)|
|4||Work Ethic - Hard days work for a hard days pay. (Neutral)|
|5||Fickle - My time is worth whoever is paying me. (Chaotic)|
|6||Self-Betterment - I'm working to be the best I can be. (Any)|
|1||My employer saved me from a horrible fate. I want to repay him properly.|
|2||The regulars keep money in my pocket and food on my table, they're like family.|
|3||A great debt keeps me tied to this tavern.|
|4||I will never forget the name of the adventurer who saved me from a cruel fate.|
|5||My family has run this tavern for years.|
|6||I work at a tavern to support my family.|
|1||My bar was raided, which has led to a natural distrust of authority figures.|
|2||I am a perfect example for why you shouldn't sample your own product.|
|3||I can never turn down a chance to gamble.|
|4||I'm willing to try anything I think will be a good time.|
|5||A little coin and I will do anything you want.|
|6||Never leave money out around me.|
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