Character tags

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Harpists are Musicians who play some form of harp or lyre.


These characters wear any form of hat on their head.


These characters wear a headband: a band of fabric worn around the head.


These characters wear a pair of headphones on their head or around their neck.


These characters wear headscarves. Not to be confused with Bandanas.


These characters have the ability to heal others using Magic, Psychic Powers, a divine blessing, or other Superpowers. Artificial beings might have built-in healing technology. Healers may use their powers for their profession, or only in secret in case of emergencies.


Calling these characters drunkards doesn't quite cover it. Whether it's sake, beer or a stiff cocktail, Heavy Drinkers can put more away than any three vikings combined, and can usually be found with a beverage in hand.


These Animals are scientifically classified as hedgehogs: small mammals known for the spiny quills on their bodies.


These characters wear hard, protective headgear, whether it's a motorcycle helmet, a hard hat, or a piece of Armor.


Characters with Heterochromia have two eyes of different iris colors.


These characters attend a high school.


In a High Stakes Games title, these characters have some element of control over the players. They might be the game's creator or a referee, and often have a hidden agenda. High Stakes Game Masters rarely participate in the game; instead, they guide players or inflict punishment on rule breakers. 


Hikikomori (引きこもり), or "shut-ins", suffer from acute social withdrawal, often locking themselves up in their rooms for potentially years at a time. In many cases, being a Hikikomori causes the character to become a NEET


These characters portray a real person from history, whether they are a direct comparison, a Parody Character, or a fictional variation.


These characters have no place to call home. They live on the streets, in homeless shelters, or anywhere else they can. Some have lost their home and are homeless against their will, while others have chosen to leave their home to escape abusive relatives, debt collectors, or domestic pressures.