A protector of envoys and persons of interest, with a fighting style consisting of keeping offenders at bay, using hafted weapons for defense, and paying back those who are stupid enough to try and attack. Their martial prowess has a sort of kindness to it, making their loyalty to their allies clear as day. Whether it is bound by contract or by trust, a pike guardian spear, glaive, lance, or halberd will never fail to protect it's dependent.
In many of Orn’s less advanced societies a shield is often the only protection a person has. The Bondæ Græddi is a healer that focuses glyphs into powerful healing magic. The Bondæ Græddi or “peasant healer” is often unarmored due to economic factors; armor is expensive but shields are often plentiful. By being unencumbered by heavy armor the Bondæ Græddi often follow Bondæ Beorn as scouts or as part of a fast moving elusive strike team.
In many of Orn’s less advanced societies a shield is often the only armor a warrior has. The Bondæ Beorn is a shield fighter that specializes in mobility and her abilities with a shield. The Bondæ Beorn or “peasant warrior” is often unarmored due to economic factors; armor is expensive but shields are often plentiful. By being unencumbered by heavy armor the Bondæ Beorn often fit the role of scouts and fast moving elusive strike teams.
Doc Holliday. Wyatt Earp. Roland Deschain. Raylan Givens. These gentlemen, whether real, legend, or fiction call to mind a fraternity of lead. Hearkening back to a time of wild lands needing tamed by a fast hand, nerves of steel, and indomitable will. This class is but a fraction of legend. Build your myth by becoming a gunslinger!
The character has skill at arms, but thirsts for knowledge as well. Seeking to learn the many tongues of the world to uncover the wisdom of the many races. An interest in all the various disciplines of skilled artisans, especially regarding travel and a passing interest in just enough healing arts to stay alive and keep learning.
A martial fighting style carried over from the last remnants of the Iron Wolves of Wolf Clan, and adjusted to work with the more common methods of the Jastrian Natives. An Iron Wolf has always been known to be the stone wall within the battlefield. They are where the enemy simply, stops. They are both the rock, AND the hard place.
An engineer, a molder of brick and stone, a bender of pipes and steal, a harnesser of crackling energy, these roles and more does an engineer perform. Throughout the ages all civilizations have depended on these men and women for their skills, and on the battle field they are highly prized keepers and maintainers of towering siege equipment, but they don't usually start there. No, an engineer's career normally begins with a simple desire to create and modify existing technologies.