Hi D0minik, I don't know if you are actually looking for feedback, or if this is just a devblog, or even marketing in disguise, but here are my 2 cents regarding the character bio you have posted. I believe the fictitious names you have chosen are just that... too fictitious. Names like "Worrajug", "Gor Rugi" or even "Xarelok" sound and look very strange. In litterature (fantasy or scifi), very few authors manage to pull it off, and usually it is because they have artistic excellence behind them. If Michael Moorcock and Tolkien can invent names like "Melnibonée", "Hobbits", or "Arioch", it is because they manage to create a believable world, with extensive lore and forethought. Even if the names sound foreign, they use common syllables, and don't abuse the use of X's, K's and W's. (if the letters are worth a lot of points in scrabble, you should limit their use.) If you read Asimov, or Arthur C. Clarke (and many other writers), you realize that the names they choose are not that foreign, either common names used today (Peter, Mary, Sally, etc) or for invented names, they are often composed of usual sounding syllables (opening Foundation and Earth, by Asimov at a random page, you have Golan Trevize, Dom, Joy as character names. Planet names are even less exotic, yet still manage to convey emotion and a sense of adventure "Aurora", "Solaria", "Terminus"). Adding created names is not a bad idea, not by a long shot, but you should research why they are named that way. Right now it just feels like you invented them on the spot without any thought. I might be wrong of course, but that is the way I feel when reading the names. Regarding the story in itself, it is hard to follow. The punctuation seems a bit off and there are quite a few grammatical errors in it (Rage, war and peace, there seemed to be parts of all of these three at once in it). Before writing short stories about the player characters, you should start by explaining the world thoroughly, it will be easier to get a sense of who, what and where. Hope this helps, and this only reflects on my personnal opinion. Keep it up.