Each class in this campaign has an entry below that details a) how rare they are, b) how people react to them, and c) what a typical member of that class does for a living.
- Uncommon everywhere. Easiest spellcasting class, but still requires more effort than a fighter or warrior.
- Most people are neutral to them. Any who are suffering from an injury or illness are much more likely to have a positive disposition to them.
- Most adepts work as town healers. Those in larger cities are usually in service to the royal family or the lord or mayor governing the city.
- Very Rare everywhere. The secrets of alchemy have been hidden for centuries, but there are a few individuals who claim to have the knowledge.
- Most people will have no idea what an alchemist is. Those that do will fear the alchemist.
- The few alchemists that exist either peddle their wares in a marketplace as any potionmaker would or live in isolation, perfecting their craft.
- Very Rare everywhere. People say that for every paladin, there exists an antipaladin, but that’s likely not entirely true.
- Most people will cower in fear when they recognize an antipaladin. Some brave (or foolish) people may attempt to provoke the antipaladin, and end up slaughtered as a result.
- All antipaladins seek to bring fear and chaos to the world, and spend most of their time doing that.
- Rare everywhere. Only people with noble upbringing have this.
- Most people treat aristocrats with reverence, although this is not true of everyone.
- Aristocrats usually rule over something, no matter how minor it is.
- Very Rare in Katur, Common north of the Daleth Mountains. Barbarians tend to be orcs and other creatures from the northern lands. Those that enter Katur don’t stay long.
- People in Katur are outright discriminatory to orc barbarians. Barbarians of other races are treated with suspicion.
- Most barbarians hunt and fight for a living.
- Uncommon everywhere. It takes talent to play an instrument and learn the intricacies of bard magic (though it is easier than wizard magic).
- Many people enjoy a good bard. Poor musical skill is less well received.
- Some bards stay in taverns, while others travel from city to city, while yet others travel on ships. All usually perform in some way to earn coin.
- Rare everywhere. The life of a cavalier takes lots of training and dedication.
- Popular cavaliers will be treated with reverence. Others will be greeted with a more neutral disposition.
- Many cavaliers are in the service of the royal family, though there are some who devote themselves to other groups or individuals.
- Very Rare everywhere. As Katur does not have many religious citizens, there are not many who are able to become clerics.
- Clerics are treated very well by nearly everyone.
- Although there are a few clerics employed by the royal family, most are adventurers of some sort.
- Very Common. Most people in Katur have this class.
- Treated neutrally by all.
- Commoners do all sorts of work, ranging from farming to mining to bartending to selling goods.
- Rare in Katur, Uncommon north of the Daleth Mountains. Such devotion to balance and nature is difficult. For some reason, those in northern lands find it easier.
- Many people see them as strange, but other classes that share a bond with nature have positive dispositions towards them.
- Some druids act as guides, but the majority act as guardians of nature.
- Very Common everywhere. Craftsmen (and craftsdwarves) are always in demand.
- Treated neutrally by all.
- Experts usually craft some sort of object to make a living, but there are some who engage in other professions.
- Common everywhere. It’s not difficult to be a fighter, though they usually have to undergo more strenous training than a warrior.
- Treated neutrally by most. Some elitist spellcasters detest fighters.
- Many act as bodyguards, adventurers, or soldiers.
- Very Rare everywhere. There are very few people devoted enough to their faith to dedicate their life to destroying enemies of their deity.
- As inquisitors have been known to cause huge brawls in order to eliminate their enemies, they are often treated with disdain.
- Inquisitors devote their life to wiping out enemies of their faith.
- Very Rare everywhere. Only a few have mastered both swordplay and magic.
- Most people will have no idea what a magus is. Those that do will admire the magus for their talent.
- Most magi are adventurers, exploring the world and improving their skills.
- Very Rare in Katur, Rare in Tokuoma. It’s difficult to attain the inner peace required to be a monk, though the Tokuomese people seem to find it easier.
- Most people are neutral towards monks, though some have great respect for them.
- Monks generally go around spreading peace and goodwill, and attempting to achieve true enlightenment.
- Very Rare everywhere. Oracles are chosen by deities, and it doesn’t occur that often.
- Many people fear oracles, though a few show devotion to them and their abilities.
- A majority of oracles use their gifts to tell the future for people, often for a price.
- Very Rare everywhere. Becoming a paladin requires a lot of devotion, and not a lot of people have that.
- People who aren’t evil respect paladins, with evil people hating them.
- Paladins generally go around punishing those who they judge as criminal, which is based more around religious rules than legal rules. They make sure to follow the laws of the land though.