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Character Professions

profession guides

An * denotes professions that are reaching, or at saturation, while a ^ denotes under-represented professions.

Conditional professions must be earned in-game.






     Unlike Dungeon and Dragons, many video games, and many larps, characters in Eras do not have 'classes'. There are no clerics or paladins or rogues. There are different social classes and different jobs, just like in real life. Professions are intended to provide in-game information, missions, prestige, a chance to earn money, and, of course, give your character a job. As you continue to learn and train a profession in-game, you will be given additional ranks along with information and/or skills as appropriate.


     A person may only have one regular profession, though a second "appointed" profession (of which there are several) may be earned through in-game action or election. Eligibility for a profession is based on class and, occasionally, culture. Class requirements are listed at the top of every guide. Landed citizens tend to have very different occupations from average citizens, and the restrictions of being unaffiliated affect what professions are feasible while living in the Kordi Nation.

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