Roles

Roles are a kind of general category for the part a character plays on the stage of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Your character will likely have an occupation that is more specific than Role, and this can be listed on your +finger under "Title".

If none of the Role categories seem to fit, "Other" is an acceptable choice. If you feel that there is a category of Roles that should be represented, feel free to bring it to staff and they will consider adding it to the list.

Academic

Practitioners of the liberal arts. Examples: scholar, author, museum curator

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Administrator

Supervises and manages operations and workers. Examples: office manager, school principal, mayor

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Animal Worker

Works with animals. Examples: trainer, breeder, rancher, veterinarian

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Artist

Practices some form of creative, physical art. Examples: painter, sculptor, graphic designer

Clergy

Provides spiritual or religious guidance to others. Examples: minister, preacher, medicine man, rabbi, imam

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Clerk

Does menial office work. Examples: receptionist, mail room worker, data entry operator

Criminal

Makes a living by breaking the law. Examples: thief, gangster, mugger, hustler

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Homemaker

Cares for the household and children. Examples: stay-at-home parent, nanny/governess, babysitter

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Journalist

Reports or comments on important events. Examples: reporter, columnist, newspaper publisher

Laborer

Performs physically challenging work that requires little or no specialized training. Examples: field hand, construction worker, factory worker

Law Enforcer

Upholds and enforces the law. Examples: deputy Sheriff, forestry ranger, FBI special agent

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Medic

Heals the sick and injured. Examples: physician, surgeon, nurse, field medic

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Merchant

Sells goods for a profit. Usually does not make goods. Examples: shopkeeper, traveling salesman

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Other

For those occupations not on the list. Examples: Lestranges

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Outdoorsman

Uses survival skills. Examples: hunter, trail guide, survivalist

Performer

Entertains by performance. Examples: dancer, singer, musician, actor, comedian

Professional

Practices skills acquired through specialized schooling. Examples: lawyer, accountant, architect, civil engineer

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Scientist

Studies the physical sciences and performs experiments. Examples: physicist, botanist, medical researcher

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Security

Guards and keeps watch to protect valuables or people. Examples: night watchman, bodyguard, bouncer

Service Worker

Works in a service industry, often directly with customers. Examples: sales clerk, waiter, cashier, cleaner

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Sex Worker

Performs sexual acts for pay. Examples: prostitute, exotic dancer, phone sex operator

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Student

A learner, still gaining needed skills. Examples: middle school student, high school student, college student

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Teacher

Instructs others in learning new skills and knowledge. Examples: Kindergarten teacher, school coach, college professor

Technician

Repairs, maintains, and possibly designs machines and technology. Examples: auto mechanic, computer technician, mechanical engineer

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Tradesman

Works with hands at a trade or craft. Examples: farmer, welder, carpenter, cosmetologist, firefighter, gardener

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Transporter

Moves goods or people, typically by vehicle. Examples: taxi driver, bus driver, mail carrier, bike messenger

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Vagrant

Relies on charity and survival skills.

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