A barbarian relies on fury and unmatched durability to overwhelm foes. Many barbarians are chaotic, but the feral rage that this class channels can burn in almost any heart.
Bards master a form of magic that uses music and oration to alter the listener’s emotions and mood. Their performances can inspire fear and dismay or uplift, awakening courage, valor, and bold action in those who hear. Many bards wander the
world, gathering a vast wealth of information from their travels.
Members of an ancient order, druids commune with the spirits of nature and protect
the common folk who live in harmony with the land. After being initiated in mysterious rites, a druid calls on the spirits to wield the magic of the moon, the sun, the storm, the forest, and the beast.
With durability and unequaled weapon mastery, the fighter dominates a battlefield.
Characters: Wyatt Vilmos
Mages are supreme magic-‐users. Drawing on the subtle weave of magic that permeates the cosmos, they cast spells of explosive fire, arcing lightning, subtle deception, brute-‐force mind control, and more. Their mightiest spells can change one substance into another or alter a creature’s form, open pathways to other planes of existence, or even kill with a single word.
Monks are masters of unarmed combat. They train in monasteries where they pursue personal perfection through action and contemplation. Monks have no need for weapons and armor, for their relentless practice has allowed them to unlock their physical and spiritual abilities.
Far from the bustle of cities and towns, past the hedges that shelter the most distant farms from the terrors of the wild, amid the dense-‐packed trees of trackless forests and across the wide and empty plains, rangers keep their unending watch. Though a ranger might make a living as a hunter, a guide, or a tracker, a ranger’s true calling is to defend even the outskirts of civilization from the ravages of monsters and humanoid hordes that press in from the wild. In some places, rangers gather in secretive orders or join forces with druidic circles.
Many more rangers, though, are independent almost to a fault, knowing that when a dragon or a band of orcs attacks, the only sword you can truly trust is your own.
Characters: Stalgran Oakenbeard
Rogues use skill, stealth, and their foes’ vulnerabilities to get the upper hand. With the knack for finding solutions to just about any problem, a rogue brings versatility to an adventuring party.
Characters: Arak Teia