So Im going to play dnd with my friends and my character is supposed to be very polite, so im thinking about a way how could i adress them, so instead of just calling them by names I could instead come up with something more fancy, kinda like "Master dwarf". My party members are: male elven druid, female elven bard and a male dragonborn sorcerer. Can you guys help out on this one? How could I call them?
Well, for the female (since there is only one) I would suggest the classic "My Lady" or "Milady"
For the males you could use "Milord" (obviously you would have to be looking at the person while you were speaking).
I don't think you would really use a title such as "Master Dwarf" when addressing a person face to face, that's more when announcing the other person to someone else, and even then, as in Lord of the Rings, you would say, "And here beside me is 'Master Dwarf' Gimli."
I don't think it's actually all that polite to say, "Well, Master Dwarf, what do you think on the matter?", it almost sounds like you are mocking them.
Also, take in mind that in common speech, we actually don't address people by names or titles that much unless we are trying to get their attention, and then, it's most polite to use their name, because they may not respond to a title.
I suppose that you COULD use a title to address them, but I suggest using their name afterwards, maybe for the elven druid, you could say, "Element Wielder ________"
For the dragonborn sorcerer, I suppose you could say, "Magic Manipulator _______"
However, using these titles isn't really what will make your character seem polite...
-Respect other's opinions
-When you want to suggest something, do it POLITELY:
ex/ "Might we consider going this way instead? I fear that continuing on this path may lead to catastrophe."
-Listen carefully, and don't interrupt unless absolutely necessary, and even then,do it POLITELY! (Unless MAYBE if it's an emergency like: "DUCK!" or "TAKE COVER" or "RUN!")
ex/ "I...I'm sorry, I must not have heard you right? Did you mean to say that we need to..."
ex/Not SUPER dire emergency, "Sorry to interrupt, but someone just stole our horses!"
-Don't cuss (even in old terms) unless absolutely necessary, and even then, only very lightly.
-Don't yell at people a lot.
-Greet people with a bow, or a handshake, etc.
And keep in mind that you don't have to appear shy to be polite and charming. You can still assert your opinions, and speak strongly, you just need to use manners.
Hope this helps!