Writing Distracted

Disadvantages

Liar

Liar (1)
A character with this disadvantage is incapable of telling the truth, whether this is a malicious desire to deceive, a compulsion to distort the facts to fit their own narrative, an urge to exaggerate events, etc. Those afflicted with this disadvantage typically believe what they are saying and will go to great lengths to prove that their words are true, no matter how outlandish or unbelievable.

Chuck Sperati