Trades are professions used by characters to manage treasure in downtime. Trades are subject to community review and must adhere to global content standards. Please review these before submitting.

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Submitted by Thad (He/Him) on Tue, 2/21/2017 at 12:07pm

Alchemists gather herbs, toxins, and other elements in order to distill them into useful compounds.

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Black Market Dealer

Submitted by Thad (He/Him) on Sat, 2/18/2017 at 10:21pm

Thieves and other ne'er-do-wells often require dangerous or illicit goods for their work. Black market dealers fill this need, fencing ill-gotten merchandise, negotiating back alley deals, and smuggling in the sort of items that make honest folk nervous.

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Bounty Hunter

Submitted by Thad (He/Him) on Tue, 2/21/2017 at 10:45am

Bounty hunters earn a living tracking down criminals and bringing them to justice for the promise of rich reward. They deal mostly in coin, but may occasionally claim spoils from their quarry as payment instead.

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Submitted by Reid (He/Him) on Tue, 2/21/2017 at 11:11pm

Enchanters are those mages that use ritualistic magic to imbue items with unique properties. They also, as they mature their craft, gain the ability to draw out the basic components needed to enchant items.

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Bog Stalker

Submitted by Rachel W. (They/Them) on Fri, 2/24/2017 at 10:16am

While unpleasant and perilous to some, swamps contain many useful plants, animals, and fungi for those who know where to look. Bog stalkers learn safe paths through the marshes, the best places to hunt or harvest, and the many uses for what they bring back.

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B&T Merchant

Submitted by Frank C. on Sat, 3/4/2017 at 4:30pm

These merchants gather bullion and craft trinkets. 

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Submitted by Thad (He/Him) on Fri, 5/26/2017 at 11:18am

Every community deals with its share of death, often times more so with adventurers nearby. Handling the deceased is the job of the undertaker. They deal in every aspect of death: Collecting the corpse, preserving it, preparing it for the funeral, arranging the ceremony, crafting coffins and tombstones, cremating or interring the remains, and even handling the wills and estates of the deceased. Theirs is a macabre but necessary profession.

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Submitted by Marloff on Sun, 7/16/2017 at 8:56am

The tailor sets up shop to form wondrous cloths on the loom, that are used to create bags and outfits that hearty souls wear into perilous adventures. As skills are honed, new areas of craftsmanship open up and incredible trinkets of all kinds are brought to life on the tailor's workbench. Late in life, as necessity dictates, medicines begin to be procured from foraged herbs.

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