So my DM is actually my best friend and she’s the type of DM that likes getting as much backstory from the players as she possibly can. Well my character’s father is a huge part of her backstory and as my DM likes to put backstory characters into her campaigns, I knew my character’s father would be showing up soon. Well, he did and…he was different than I described. Of course my backstory was only from my character’s perspective so I didn’t give anything super specific about her father, but part of the backstory was that they were best friends and he, despite doing some awful things, acted like a pretty sweet guy. Well, my DM played him as creepy and scary which, while cool, kind of goes against the things I wrote about him in my character’s past interactions with him. To be clear, this wasn’t because of a story-based plot, this was just how she interpreted his personality. After the session, I confronted her about it. I told her that I liked how she played the character, but that it didn’t seem to line up with how I described. She responded that she thought his absence from my character’s life would have changed him a bit, but I’m not certain it fits the character, still. I’m afraid she’s mad at me, and I know that it’s ultimately her decision on how to play this character. I told her so. Should I have talked to her about this, or is questioning her interpretation of the character overstepping?