Trades

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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Undertaker

Submitted by Thad 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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Spicer

Submitted by Thad on Wed, 5/17/2017 at 4:48pm

So called because they masquerade as spice merchants, spicers are actually dealers in illicit substances. They use smuggling, subterfuge, and the pungent smell of their legitimate goods to mask their activities, all the while selling illegal compounds to less scrupulous clientele on the sly. Especially successful spicers branch out, using their connections and facilities to traffic in all manner of contraband goods.

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Fae Shiny Gatherer

Submitted by Ripper on Mon, 4/10/2017 at 5:16am

A job well suited for many pixies, gathering trinkets and jewels as well as the items to create them while using their friendly nature and charm to sweeten their trades.

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Brewmaster

Submitted by WildeChild on Sun, 3/26/2017 at 8:43am

An mediocre brewer can make something to get you drunk. A good brewer can make something delicious that will get you drunk. A master brewer can make a variety of distillations and tinctures with magical effects, ranging from the benign to the malignant (that can also get you drunk).

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Wandmaker

Submitted by Thad on Sun, 3/12/2017 at 10:39am

Magically affluent cities sometimes support craftsmen dedicated to the fine art of wand making, a term that also applies to rods and staves. Novices focus on finding quality wood with the right properties, refining magical materials to serve as cores, and shaping and polishing the finished product. Masters move beyond basic construction, adding inscriptions, filigrees, focus crystals, and other refinements to make the finished product ideal for later enchanting.

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Magic Jeweler

Submitted by maxiondc on Tue, 3/7/2017 at 4:38pm

A person that works with metal and magic to create variety of magical trinkets with artistic flair. 

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