When a [Mage] transcends into a unique class such as [Necromancer], [Cryomancer], and so on, they focuse on that specific class. If they pursue other types of magic, they must begin with the [Mage] class again, starting from Level 1. [1]

Spellcaster VariationsEdit

A [Mage] or [Magus] is commonly understood to be a general practitioner of magic.

By contrast, there are [Wizards], who would be considered more scholarly and wield magics in the form of prepared spells or items. It would be easiest to understand them as [Mages] who rely on wands, whereas a [Mage] may choose to use an artifact or not as the situation demands. One is a general class, the other is specific, even cumbersome to obtain.

Then there are [Witches], whose magic is more specialized—a blend of alchemy and spellcraft. They are generally considered weaker in purely magical terms to a [Mage] of the same level.[2]

[Sorcerers], opposed to [Mages] who must study their spells, cast magic by thinking about it real hard. The advantage is that they don't have to spend as much time to learn they spells by reading spellbooks, though one of the downsides is that they can’t use big spells unless they've reached a really high-level.[3]

List of Magic Classes Edit

  • [Aeromancer]
  • [Archmage]
  • [Battlemage]
  • [Chief Shaman]
  • [Cryomancer]
  • [Diviner]
  • [Druid]
  • [Elementalist]
  • [Flesh Mage]
  • [Gem Mage]
  • [Hedge Wizard]
  • [Lightning Mage]
  • [Mage]
  • [Mage Artist]
  • [Magician]
  • [Necromancer]
  • [Pyromancer]
  • [Shaman] 
  • [Sinew Magus] 
  • [Sketch Wizard] 
  • [Sorcerer]
  • [Spellsword]
  • [Thaumaturge]
  • [Weather Mage]
  • [Witch]
  • [Witch Doctor]
  • [Wizard]

References Edit

  1. Chapter 4.27 H
  2. Interlude-Blackmage
  3. Chapter 1.03 D
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