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===Druid===
 
===Druid===
 
'''Druids''' have close ties to nature. They can communicate with [[Plants|flora]] and [[Creatures|fauna]] and are experts at navigating in forests. They tend to use sickles and nature-based magic, which includes e.g. manipulating vines to move, in combat.
 
'''Druids''' have close ties to nature. They can communicate with [[Plants|flora]] and [[Creatures|fauna]] and are experts at navigating in forests. They tend to use sickles and nature-based magic, which includes e.g. manipulating vines to move, in combat.
 
===Necromancer===
 
'''Necromancers''' are essentially the darker yet equally important half of shamans. They are attuned to the spirits of the dead like the shamans, but instead of focusing on life, they focus more on the death aspect of the cycle. They can control a limited number of undead and can cast spells that are somewhat similar to black mages. They carry a stigma on their profession, though, which is why most necromancers wish to practice in places with as few prying eyes as possible, although there are exceptions to the rule.
 
   
 
===Red Mage===
 
===Red Mage===
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===Shaman===
 
===Shaman===
 
'''Shamans''' are people who drain powers from the spirits of the dead, and this puts their profession into the unholy school of magic. Unlike black or white mages, a shaman can draw on both negative and positive aspects of the spirits to cast spells. Using too much of this power can be dangerous to the caster, so shamans try to avoid dabbling too much in their dangerous arts. Shamans generally focus more on the life aspect of the cycle, wishing to use the powers of the dead to keep the balance of life and death in the world and act as mediators between the Lands of the Living and the Dead, unlike necromancers who focus more on the death aspect of the cycle.
 
'''Shamans''' are people who drain powers from the spirits of the dead, and this puts their profession into the unholy school of magic. Unlike black or white mages, a shaman can draw on both negative and positive aspects of the spirits to cast spells. Using too much of this power can be dangerous to the caster, so shamans try to avoid dabbling too much in their dangerous arts. Shamans generally focus more on the life aspect of the cycle, wishing to use the powers of the dead to keep the balance of life and death in the world and act as mediators between the Lands of the Living and the Dead, unlike necromancers who focus more on the death aspect of the cycle.
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===Necromancer===
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'''Necromancers''' are essentially the darker yet equally important half of shamans. They are attuned to the spirits of the dead like the shamans, but instead of focusing on life, they focus more on the death aspect of the cycle. They can control a limited number of undead and can cast spells that are somewhat similar to black mages. They carry a stigma on their profession, though, which is why most necromancers wish to practice in places with as few prying eyes as possible, although there are exceptions to the rule.
   
 
===Time Mage===
 
===Time Mage===
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