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Jobs

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Jobs & Professions

These professions require no innate racial abilities. Any race in the world can learn these professions should they have the intellect to do so.

 

-Accountant.

-Acrobat

-Actor

-Adventurer

-Agent

-Alchemist

-Almanor/Alms Giver:

-Ambassador

-Animal Trainer (see Tamer)

-Apothecary

-Archer

-Architect

-Aristocrat

-Armorer

-Armsman

-Artificer

-Artisan

-Artist

-Assassin

-Astrologer

-Astronomer

-Baker

-Banker

-Barber

-Bard

-Barrister

-Bar Keep

-Bartender

-Basket Weaver

-Beastmaster (see Tamer)

-Beekeeper

-Beggar

-Bell Ringer

-Blacksmith (see Smith)

-Boat Maker

-Bodger: Furniture maker. Turns wooden legs for furniture.

-Book Binder

-Bounty Hunter

-Bowyer

-Brazier: Worker of brass.

-Brewer

-Brick Layer

-Brick Maker

-Brigand

-Builder

-Burglar

-Burnisher: Polishes metal.

-Butcher

-Cabinet Maker

-Cage Maker

-Calligrapher

-Carpenter

-Carpet Weaver

-Cartographer

-Carter

-Cartwright

-Caterer

-Chandler: Makes candles from wax or tallow (animal fat).

-Chef

-Cleric

-Clerk

-Clockmaker

-Clothier

-Cloth Maker

-Confectioner

-Cook

-Cobbler

-Cooper

-Cordsmith

-Coroner

-Courier

-Courtesan

-Courtier

-Cup Bearer

-Cutler

-Dairyman

-Dancer

-Dijo - Trainer in the fighting arts, weather it be with weapons or without.

-Diplomat

-Dockman

-Doctor

-Dowser/Diviner: One who finds water through various methods including witching.

-Dyer

-Emissary

-Engineer

-Ensign: Standard bearer.

-Errant

-Escort

-Executioner

-Exterminator

-Explorer

-Falconer

-Farmer

-Ferrier

-Field Medic

-Fire Eater

-Fisherman

-Fletcher

-Florist

-Fortune Teller

-Fuller

-Furrier

-Gem Cutter

-Geneologist

-Glass Blower

-Glover

-Goldsmith

-Gonnesmith

-Governor

-Gravedigger

-Groundskeeper

-Guard

-Guide

-Guilderer: Maker of coinage.

-Hatter

-Hawker

-Healer

-Herald

-Heraldist

-Herbalist

-Herder

-Historian

-Hunter

-Informant

-Inn Keeper

-Instrument Maker

-Jailor

-Jester

-Jeweler

-Journeyman: A craftsman's apprentice.

-Judge

-Juggler

-Junker

-Knight

-Laborer

-Lamp Lighter

-Landscaper

-Launderer

-Lawyer

-Leatherworker

-Logger

-Locksmith

-Looter

-Loremaster

-Lumberjack

-Maker: Specializes in making a particular good or item.

-Mason

-Masseuse

-Maven

-Mayor

-Mechanic

-Merchant

-Metallurgist

-Miller

-Milliner

-Miner

-Minstrel

-Mercenary

-Money Changer

-Musician

-Notary

-Outfitter

-Paper Maker

-Prostitute

-Painter

-Palad

-Parchment Maker

-Patron

-Peddler

-Philosopher

-Physician

-Pirate

-Poet

-Porter: Gate-keeper

-Potter

-Priest

-Printer

-Prisoner

-Publican

-Rancher

-Ranger

-Rat Catcher

-Reaper

-Roustabout

-Rug Maker

-Rune Scribe*

-Runner

-Sabateour

-Saddler

-Sailor

-Sailmaker

-Sage

-Salvager

-Sawyer

-Scavenger

-Scholar

-Scout

-Scrapper

-Scribe

-Sculptor

-Seamstress

-Sellsword

-Servant

-Sheather: Makes scabbards and sheaths for a living.

-Shephard

-Shipwright

-Showman

-Silversmith

-Slaver

-Smith:

-Smuggler

-Soldier

-Sower

-Spinner

-Spy

-Squire

-Stonecutter

-Story Teller

-Surgeon

-Surveyor

-Tailor

-Tamer

-Tanner

-Tax Collector

-Teacher

-Thatcher

-Thief

-Tiller

-Tinker

-Town Crier

-Tracker

-Trader

-Trainer

-Trapper

-Treasure Hunter

-Undertaker

-Vega

-Vendor

-Vintner: Wine merchant.

-Wainwright: Maker of wagons.

-Warden

-Waterman

-Weaver

-Wheelwright

-Wig Maker

-Wood Carver

-Woodsman

-Wright: Specialized worker.

-Yeoman: A common landowner trained in the use of bows.

-Zookeeper

 


 

 

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