Padawan aging question

Discussion in 'Role-Playing Help' started by Seaburn and Lights, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. Seaburn and Lights

    Seaburn and Lights New Member

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    If I wanted to role-play as a character from Palawan as a child, but later rp him through growing up, how would I do so with regards to relative age? It would contain discontinuities if my character was 11 years old and then suddenly 22 years old with everybody else having not aged. Is it okay to simply role-play him "in the past" up until a certain point? Anybody know how I can do this and still maintain story continuity?
     
  2. Faster Than Light

    Faster Than Light Dapper af New Members Mod New Members Moderator

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    Hello there! @Seaburn and Lights

    So just want to note that Padawans aren't really playable per the Jedi Order write up. Jedi starting characters are Knights. Background wise, younglings/initiates becoms Knights once their training is complete, skipping the Padawan phase.

    Anyways, in regards to aging. It can work like the Sims. You can age up your character whenever as needed independent of how anyone else ages their character (or doesn't). One person aged up their character ten years total during the course of the timeline, and others less, or didn't all together. Time here is fluid.

    And also minumum age limit for characters is 13 years.
     
  3. Seaburn and Lights

    Seaburn and Lights New Member

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    Thank you! That's a lot of awesome info