What is an example of a completed player background?

I am looking for an example of a completed player background that conforms to the instructions / rules provided in the players handbook.

Hoping to find something that could be used as a kind of reference to help in constructing a background. Would be a background you imagine could be accepted into most campaigns in a mainstream D&D sense if there is such a thing.

Your character’s background reveals where you came from, how you became an adventurer, and your place in the world. PHB p.125

Are Characters in 5e allowed to buy Items with their Background Gold? [duplicate]

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Assuming I have a new character that chooses starting equipment instead of rolling for gold and buying items. Can I exchange some of the gold I got from the background for additional gear from the “Adventuring Gear” Table?

How to design edit version on a white background?

I’m working on a user profile design for a website. The information (name, email, username, etc) is on a pure white background.

The type of edit feature I want to use involves clicking an edit button and the information is instantly changed to editable fields such as text areas. My problem is that I’m not sure how to style the editable fields. One method I have seen used is a white field on a darker background to give the appearance of the edit field being sunken into the page, but since my background is already white, that doesn’t work. Dark styling makes it look like the fields are jumping off the page.

Are there any design styles I can use to make it plainly obvious that these fields are editable now?

What is the transluscent background of a modal dialog called?

These days it’s common for modal dialogs to also reduce the brightness of the background content, to make it clear that it can’t be interacted with. This is especially common on the web.

What is the name of the darkening behind the modal?

Example of a modal dialog

Since I’ve never known the standard name, I have resorted to a slightly silly name: sneezeguard.

Blurry background sprite, other sprites fine

Why is the background blurry, but all the other sprites fine?

Background sprite blurred

The background sprite has the same settings as the others. It’s on the same Z position (0). It happened after I made some changes to the original image, just deleting some colours on it, not changing it’s dimensions. It’s coming from a sprite sheet of 11 images. All the images are blurred in the same way

Sprite improt settings

Blurry background sprite, other sprites fine

Why is the background blurry, but all the other sprites fine?

Background sprite blurred

The background sprite has the same settings as the others. It’s on the same Z position (0). It happened after I made some changes to the original image, just deleting some colours on it, not changing it’s dimensions. It’s coming from a sprite sheet of 11 images. All the images are blurred in the same way

Sprite improt settings