We’re not talking about voice as in perspective, but actually tweaking how you speak in first person as your player character or npc. It helps with immersion, but you also have to be conscious of insulting someone at the table by taking a genuine speech impediment and making it a method for comedic stand up. We will outline 8 steps on how to do this in a way that may not take you completely out of your comfort zone.
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8 simple ways to change your voice
- Hold your nose as you speak
- Speak with a different expression
- Speak with a different posture
- Repeat with accent
- Think of an actor/actress
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