28DCD Day Nineteen (Trygve): What happens in Riften, stays in Riften

(What actions has your character taken that he regrets or questions? Does he have any justification for them, and if so, what?)

A few posts back I mentioned that the hardest thing he’s ever going to do is coming up.  When that is over, not a day will go by where he won’t question that he did the best he could and that the choices he made were the best ones.  He knows his actions are justified, but he will always question whether or not the end justified the means.

For a while after Jori died, he regretted stopping to help the wounded Forsworn.  But over time he’s come to accept that it was the right thing to do and while he still wishes he had been better prepared for an attack, he doesn’t question it any more.

5 thoughts on “28DCD Day Nineteen (Trygve): What happens in Riften, stays in Riften

  1. Regrets are tricky, Zander is full of them. They can either temper your resolve making you better, sharper quicker, smarter; weigh on your soul, making life feel like life is quick sand enveloping you in fear and loathing; or both at the same time making you hyper vigilant and possibly overly paranoid.

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