It's Okay that Your Dungeons & Dragons (RPG) Campaign is not Realistic. We simply don't tell stories about people to whom interesting things don't happen.
A LOT of people HATE on DMPCs - Dungeon Master Player Characters - but they are one of my favorite parts of my games.
The way D&D Characters (PCs) dress should change how NPCs interact with them in role playing. "The clothes make the person." The same is true in RPG worlds.
Players might want their RPG Characters to own Real Estate in your Campaign. Ptolus is especially suited for your PCs to own a Homebase or a Business to be their Lair or just a Residence.
These three adventure modules flow together, taking PCs from 2nd through 8th level and will work great for a Ptolus Campaign. Explore catacombs beneath graves, an Underdark spire-city by a sunless sea, and storm a Yuan-ti castle to take the bones of a long dead king before an evil ritual is completed.
Watch through the massive combat my group faced in the Final Ritual part of the Night of Dissolution Adventure Module for Ptolus from Monte Cook Games including a custom, homebrew map for the Temple.
Ptolus has a TON of Non-Player-Characters (NPCs) which your Players will need to interact with. Here are some tips to help those NPCs survive contact with the Characters.
Chapter 1. Part 7. This is a reading of my Ptolus Campaign which we've been running since 2017. Our game is a Play-by-Post game, so everything is written out in forum posts. Every Tuesday I will release a new reading of those posts. (Audiobook/Podcast)
Chapter 1. Part 6. This is a reading of my Ptolus Campaign which we've been running since 2017. Our game is a Play-by-Post game, so everything is written out in forum posts. Every Tuesday I will release a new reading of those posts. (Audiobook/Podcast)
You should be running High Magic, and High Wealth Dungeons & Dragons Campaigns! Laden your PCs with gold, gems, art and real estate. Have your RPG characters glowing with magic. It won't break the game. You can do it. Let your players live a FANTASY!