The RPG bartender is an important character in any RPG. Their role varies from game to game but they always serve one purpose. That purpose is to help the player in any way possible. Let’s discuss what that purpose is for each RPG bartender in particular.
In most of the above RPG games (most commonly known as RPGs) the player assumes the role of a warrior or adventurer. They have a mission and the goal is to complete their quest and save the world. Once done, they return to the base of the character and are greeted by their friend or party member, depending on the game. The goal is clear and the steps have been carefully laid out for them. As the player, you can only go so far and rest on the success of your quest; rest is not easy nor is it free.
The bartender in these types of RPGs is needed more than a fighter or a caster. The bartender character helps the player rest and restores their capabilities while also providing useful information. For example, a fighter might need to rest to regen or to prepare for a battle. A baker needs to rest to bake a delicious cake, which is why he’s always standing around the counter. The bartender fills the time until the player gets back to the action.
In a SRPG (role playing game) the bartender is vital to the action. Often, you will see that there is a bar in every city. Not only does the bartender take care of all the business transactions, he also gives the party tips as well as acts as a kind of sidekick.
The main problem with having a bartender is that he is usually the last person anyone sees or meets. This means that the character needs to have some kind of back story to be a good fit to the party. Since the character is so important, a great deal of work goes into creating the perfect bartender.
In an RPG, the barkeep has to be tough and have a very tough profession. This means that the character needs to be a street fighter or a boxer. The players are not going to want to role play a weak character that is easy to beat up. Instead they want a character that everyone wants to take out and that the barkeep can’t protect from. Most importantly, the barkeep needs to be efficient because he needs to make sure the player character doesn’t get stolen away by someone else.
Since the players are role playing the barkeep, the bartender has to be tough too. Since the game is taking place in an RPG, every fighter in the party has some weak points. This is why the fighter needs to be tough and the bartender needs to be tough too. The fighter is going to throw some punches, but the bartender has to be able to take those hits and still be able to keep the player character within his reach.
Overall, the role playing bartender in an Rpg is a necessary part of the game. Without it the players would spend most of their time fighting with each other and not focusing on being a bartender. A good game will have a few good bartenders that are essential to the action, but more often than not, each character in the party needs to get involved in the bar scene to do something. This means the game is more fun for everyone.
There are a lot of games that don’t have this element, but that’s okay. They are more like the card or board games where there are only two or three characters involved. In those types of games it’s all about luck and chance, which can be harsh for a lot of players. Having a bartender in an RPG can be a real bonus for the players.
Since the players aren’t restricted to the space in the party bus, they can move around the room and chat with the guests. This allows for a lot more interesting conversations, which can lead to the players figuring out secrets, solving puzzles, and having personal interactions with the other players in the game. It also allows the players to interact more with the bartender and the rest of the environment. This leads to a more dynamic experience for the players and helps to keep the game from getting stale. It can also lead to some very memorable moments.
There are many ways that a bartender can affect the dynamic of a game. Being the only service person in a small town can make him a bit of an outsider. But he is also a part of the dynamic of the game and can be a critical part of the party. RPGs need to keep the players interacting to make them feel like they are in a realistic setting. Having a bartender with a bit more personality can do that.