28-DCD Days 15 and 16

Day 15: Modern Day Playlist (make a play list of songs that remind you of your character or your story, or share stuff you listen to while you write, your character’s entrance music, exit music, relationship music, etc.)

Coranil: I can’t think of any modern-day songs for Coranil, and it’s really been bugging me, but I think I figured out why. I think classical music would suit him much better. Even with classical music, though, nothing in particular comes to mind for him. Don’t judge me too harshly.

Kaaley: I don’t have a particular playlist for Kaaley, either, but when I think of her, the type of music that comes to mind is lively, jaunty stuff that I can picture her dancing to. Some Celtic rock, some pop, even some new wave. “Real Wild Child” by Iggy Pop comes to mind, and so does “Can’t Be Tamed” by Miley Cyrus.

I do have a few songs for them as a couple:

Day 16: Inheritance (what would your character do with a large inheritance)

Coranil: Money has never been an issue for Coranil because he never went without before, so things probably wouldn’t change much for him. If he received a large inheritance, he would purchase some luxury items, perhaps fix up the General Goods Store and add some new inventory, and then store the rest of it for use when he needed it. He loves what he does, however, so the extra money wouldn’t prompt him to retire.

Kaaley: Spend it!

3 thoughts on “28-DCD Days 15 and 16

  1. I should have clarified. “Modern day” refers to anything that exists in our modern universe, outside of the Elder Scrolls/Tamriel. So classical music would certainly fall into that category. When I write up that question again, I will call it “modern universe” rather than “modern day.”

    That said, I am steadfast in my belief that Ondolemar has a secret penchant for Norwegian death metal and favorite bands include Dimmu Borgir and Gorgoroth. And he will spend hours on the internet defending his opinion that Ronnie Le Tekrø is a better shredder than Jarle Olsen despite all technical evidence to the contrary.


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