Time for some miscellanious trivia:
The Classes of Magic Users
Wizards use a combination of multiple elements of magic, not specializing in any one field. Wizards also use both staffs and conventional weaponry.
Mages specialize in one specific element/field, and usually use no weapons.
Druids specialize in magic of each of the 3 main elements: Fire, Earth, and Water. They use swords, axes, spears... anything but staffs.
Sorcerers are like mages, specializing in one field, but they go to battle wearing full plate and carrying large weapons.
Necromancers specialize in summoning various creatures to do their bidding. Contrary to popular belief, not all necromancers are undead focused.
Warlocks usually will use magic only as a last resort. They are mainly just peasants or soldiers who have dabbled around with magic. their focuses are usually varied, although most lean toward the fire elements.
There, now you can impress your friends because you know all the arcanist classes of Terra. Either they'll be impressed or they'll give you wierd looks.
Imagine... You go up to some hot chick and you're all like "Hey babe, you know the difference between a Wizard and a mage?"
Also, new stuff. ADDED ILLUSTRATIONS. Now you have pretty pictures to look at
Also, here's anther Tidbit, the gods of Terra:
Gods/Goddesses of Terra
(Note: If you go off and actually worship these gods like its a real religion, I'll be REALLY creeped out.)
All-powerful god of Terra.
Goddess of peace and healing. Created the Halflings.
God of luck and fortune. Takes great joy in making the prideful and rich into poor beggars. Many rogues are Arrus worshipers.
God of warfare, chaos, and destruction.
God who determines the fate of the dead. He balances the good and the evil, those who are evil perish, and those who are good live. He cannot be tricked or decieved.
God of weather and the sea. Many naval captains have their ships blessed by a priest of Bruldor.
God of the Unnatural(Magic, psychic abilities).