Author Topic: Dwarven emotional range  (Read 355 times)

MeTekillot

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Dwarven emotional range
« on: May 16, 2019, 07:26:34 PM »
Dwarves are obsessed with their focus but do they ever relax simply for the sake of self care? Do they mourn the loss of friends? Are they filled with regret when they have to murder someone close if they interfere with their focus? Will a dwarf fall in love if it's unrelated (or possibly at odds) to her focus?

Any other staff opines on dwarven psychology beyond the above questions is also welcome and wanted.
My thoughts.

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Brokkr

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Re: Dwarven emotional range
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2019, 11:37:38 AM »
Focus:  To feel more than any dwarf has ever felt before.
Focus:  To become an emotionless instrument of Nilaz.

So, uh, I guess there is a range?  What a dwarf's focus is, and just as importantly, how they approach it, may lead to different outcomes as far as if they will feel these things.