Classes of Teoryran (Teoryran World Supplement)
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These classes are the classes existing in Teoryran.
Each race have their own version of some of classes and some classes have their own subclass. Some clases are based on social status and others on religion.
 Caste Racial Classes
Teoryran uses an own system for classes. Each group of classes, has its own starter class. There are five starter classes for all races. The starter class decides social status, and your inborn caste and subrace and racial traits. This is a combined racial class. There are five caste classes for each race.
- Caste levels decides racial traits.
- Caste levels decide how many HD you will have have.
- each caste level gives saves.
- cast levels can give bonus feats and bonuses.
- each caste level provide level adjustment for your race.
 Carrier Classes
Carrier classes replace the normal classes in Teoryran A character can only take the carrier classes that are allowed by his caste. Carrier classes are totally dependend on a characters race. A character can never take levels in another caste. Carrier classes provides no Hit Dice.
 Nobility of Kored
- In Korad, a knight is a member of the saintly warrior class
- who followed a code of law called "chivalry".
- A Knights assigned worth is evaluation of the gentlemans's trustworthiness and social status based on that :individual's espousals and actions.
- The Koradite legend of King Kored was important in defining the ideal of chivalry
- which is essential to the Koradite traditon of the knight as an elite warrior
- sworn to uphold the values of faith, loyalty, courage, and honour.
- In such spirit they are "chivalrous", heroic champions,
- whom often of super-human ability, who often goes on a quest.
- The priesthod proffession was orginally created with the purpose of trying and convicting heretics
- but evolved into a office with authority over rights to administer religious rites
- and the duty to teach true and pure belief and honorable behavior based on uncritical zeal!
- Priests often lead processions are going house to house in an attempt to convert everyone and are using
- whatever means necessary.
- Pegan nearby villages must be to be destroyed completely,
- If they are not, they will corrupt the Korad with their religion
- and detestable practices and will cause Korad to fall away from the Gods.
- The church is the remains of an older government in which a god or deity is recognized as the state's
- supreme civil ruler and the preists enforce these powers.
- Priests preach the Divine Right of Kings, a political and religious doctrine of royal absolutism. It asserts
- that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving his right to rule directly from the will of God.
- Priests of mankind are cruel, intolerant and fanatical.
- They seek the denial or at least the systematic ignorance of
- all that is favorable and beautiful in the various manifestations of culture and art.
- There are much cruelty in the proceedings undertaken by priest to implant the their Faith or defend it..
- They are mad with superstition, in their iron clad opposition to all spiritual progress and any intellectual activity.
- They go hand in hand with every forces of repression, brutality, religious and political intolerance, and intellectual and artistic backwardness
- Priests put primary emphasis on the authority and perfection of the holy scriptures, and cultural conservatism as an important aspect of a moral life.
- Serfdom is the lot of the common citizen in Korad.
- It is a condition of bondage or modified slavery which was created by the Gods.
- Serfdom is the enforced labour of serfs on the fields of landowners,
- in return for protection and the right to work on their leased fields.
- Serfs are people in whose labour landowners holds property rights!
- Serfdom involved not only work in fields, but also various other activities,
- like forestry, mining, transportation (both land and river-based), and crafts.
- Manors are the the basic unit of society, and the lord and his serfs are bound legally,
- economically and socially.
- Serfs were labourers who were bound to the land;
- they formed the lowest social class of the feudal society.
- The class of peasant is broken down into smaller categories.
- There were two common types of peasants - freemen and villeins.
 The Classes Table
|Sergeant-At-Arms,Teoryran (3.5e Class)||Human|
|Scout (Complete Adventurer)||Human|
|Aztec Priest (3.5e Class)||Lizardmen|
|Aztec Warrior (3.5e Class)||Lizardmen|
|Ranger (Variant Without Spells) (3.5e Class)||human|
|Rogue Researcher (3.5e Class)||human|
 The Red Shogunate
 Shogunate Gentry
- Samurai, the military nobility
- The samurai follow a set of rules known as Bushidō.
- Not all samurai are warriors many are courtiers, bureaucrats, and administrators,
- that is the mandarin rather than the warrior.
- Samurai officers are educated masters of political structure, bureaucracy, culture, religion, and philosophy.
- All together they make the Shogunate, a generals dictatorship without Kings.
- The Shogunate Administration excell in the fields of organization and war tactics, heavily used arquebuses
- Their governours and artisans have developed commerce and industry and treasured innovation beyond
- the dreams of the western kindom.
- Samurai History (World Supplement)
- Guide to Making a Samurai (Teoryran World Supplement)
- Samurai Resources (Teoryran World Supplement)
- Samurai in Combat (Teoryran World Supplement)
- Samurai and Other Classess(Teoryran World Supplement)
- Samurai Religion (Teoryran World Supplement)
|Samurai (oriental adventures)|
 Monks and Priests
 The Peasants Castes
- The peasants are divided onto a series of classes;
- farmers being the highest class and merchants being the lowest.
- Farmers may rent land from the owner and pay them
- by giving the owner a share of the crops.
- Farmers were divided into those who owned their land (more important)
- and tenant farmers (less important).
- The craftsman are the second highest rank of peasant.
|Ashigaru (3.5e Class)|
|Yakuza (Oriental Adventures)|
|Scoundrel (3.5e Class)|
The effectively outcasts, because they work in occupations relating to death, such as executioners, undertakers or leather workers. Such occupations are "tainted".
Fundamental Shinto beliefs equates goodness and godliness with purity and cleanliness, and they further held that impurities could cling to things and persons, making them evil or sinful. But a person could become seriously contaminated by habitually killing animals or committing some hideous misdeed that ripped at the fabric of the community, such as engaging in incest or bestiality. Such persons, custom decreed, had to be cast out from the rest of society, condemned to wander from place to place, surviving as best they could by begging or by earning a few coins as itinerant singers, dancers, mimes, and acrobats
|Ninja (3.5e Class)|