As long as i get to be the frog
More thematic sure. But that's because so much of a particular sorcerer's identity is tied up in his subclass choice. Much like clerics and warlocks subclasses.Why wouldn’t you, the D&D design team buried the lead, as!
Sorcerers have the better subclasses, most drip with flavor...( not all...cough, Divine Soul).
Other subclasses like those for fighters and rogues and barbarians only serve to enhance the identity that's already present.
So it's not a fair point to bring up subclasses and flavor as something meaningful as subclasses are used differently for each class.
It's like asking how to roleplay a battlemaster fighter differently than a champion fighter. For the most part you don't. The conjurer is just a wizard that's specializing in conjuring magic. You roleplay him the same as you would any wizard.I’m not sure how to roleplay a Conjurer Wiz....the school has no readily accessible theme. Same for the Transmuter, the Druid is a better Transmuter, Master of Form than the Transmuter.
It doesn't have to be because the class itself is the identity - scholar of magic.A school of magic is not an evocative basis to form a character identity, (the Evocation school is of course literally exempt from that statement).