Re: Husband and Wife Personas
- Officially my persona is 15th century Welsh, and my wife is 16th
century French. But our story is I am a pirate and I captured her
fathers merchant ship, we fell in love, etc. We pretty much ignore
the 100 years in between.
I know a lot of people who go out of their way to match their
personas, and I know a lot, who just kind of ignore the issue and make
no excuses. I suggest you do what you like, and she does what she
likes, and see you there is anyway to draw a connection betwwen them,
but don't overly worry about it if there is not.
I would also suggest you have the occasional very dressy matching
outfit so you can both look really cool in court together. Maybe do a
set of matching outfits on your persona, and a set matching hers and
wear them to court every other time.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, CleKHD@a... wrote:
> Do most spouses have persona's from the same country and time period
> many people mix them up. My wife wants to do a Swedish persona post
- Hi guys I would just like to say my husband and I
have different time periods and persona's and we still
love each other..
He does his thing and I do mine but we help each other
out in creating our garb and armour.
Isabella La Red
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