- Weapons: Any
- Armors: Any
- Magite: None
A person living their day to day lives, working hard for themselves or their families, doing practical work are the common folk. These people are your next door neighbor, a farmer in the field, the pretty seamstress, the blacksmith, a baker, a bar maid, the local tavern keeper or a merchant. They are the average people who make the village, town or city they live in function, and are the most important factor in a good steady economy.
Commoners are typically not fighters or magic users, but they can fight fiercely for what they believe in and are ready to bear arms when needed. Some are educated in some fashion, learning to read and write in common, while others are not.
Many take on family businesses and carry the line from father to son, mother to daughter. Many commoners have a sense of humility to them, not being frivolous with their hard earned wealth, and take joy in small pleasures. They can marry whom they choose, though some families often try to make smart matches.
Commoners can advance to a different primary class if they are trained.
- Weapons: Any
- Armors: Any
- Magite: None
Nobles are those born into a prestigious family line who owns their own land, often a family that can trace their lineage back many generations. However, being wealthy and of note does not make for a noble family. These families were appointed a title by their ruler, which is hereditary to further generations. There are many different noble rankings, some less stature than others, and it varies on how a family is ranked as a noble class depending on the region.
Those of nobility are what the common class would call pampered, for their lifestyles is a far contrast from that of the commoner. These men and women possess substantial wealth, dress in finery, live in well cared for villas or estates, and partake in politics as much as gossip. They have many more opportunities for learning than those of the common class, and are all educated in literature, history, mathematics and geography.
However, they are often subject to high standards, and many of the noble class are placed into arranged marriages to ensure noble lines. On rare occasions they marry for love, but that is not always the case. Depending on region some women can inherit a family estate, others cannot and it passes to the next male heir.
Those of the Noble class can advance to a different primary class if trained.
- Weapons: Light, Medium
- Armors: Light
- Magite: 1. (Magite is not necessary to play this class.)
- Magite Types: Elemental
- Spell Tier: Stellar 1 / Arcane 1
Clods are what many would classify as dimwitted souls, so lacking in finesse, wisdom, and common sense that they are unable to qualify for any other class. There are many types of clods in the world, though; some you wouldn't even realize were Clods. Some are dull in wit and are as stupid as they look, many being rambunctious, flighty, silly and/or shallow. Then there are others who appear normal, having basic forms of common sense, but lack coordination, wisdom, and true ability beyond the physical. They also tend to be simpler minded to the world around them, and have a great sense of fanaticism. The one thing all clods share in common is that they are not thinkers or planners, they are do-ers.
They can be just about any race, come from any form of social background, and look like anyone; from the boy next door to a beautiful noble maiden. Their qualification to adventure comes from their powerful stamina and instinct, and circumstances can place them in adventurous situations. What marks them as truly unique is their uncanny ability to get out of dangerous situations that surely should have killed them. Of course they run into many situations that cause them a great deal of pain and grief, however they always seem to be optimistic despite it. They have what some would call a strange form of luck, bouncing from bad to good like the flip of a coin.
On the rare occasion some clods have learned some basic form of magite, typically an element. These are usually people who have been sent off by their families to a school, often just to get rid of them. So at most clods cast in the lowest magite tier. Sometimes their spells work as planned, other times they don't, these being just as random as a wilder's, but no where near the power scope. Given that they can be capable of casting arcane spells they cannot wear heavy armor.
Clods cannot advance to any other class.