charisma

Charisma measures the strength of a character’s personality: not
just how likable she is but also how effectively she can communicate
and her ability to form a bond or connection with someone. Charisma
can be used to gauge a character’s attractiveness but is not necessarily
an indicator of physical beauty, rather the combination of personality
and appearance.
Characters whose professions involve communication, swaying
opinions or convincing people about something would want a high
Charisma. Successful salesmen, politicians, actors and teachers are
examples of characters with good Charisma values.
A low Charisma indicates someone who appears unlikable,
untrustworthy and probably unpleasant to be around. They’re always
saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, have little empathy for
other people’s feelings and opinions and have difficulty expressing
themselves in ways other people can easily understand

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