Mage Ranks

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Mage Ranks

Postby Chrono » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:59 am

Arch Mage – one who is able to cast 9th level spells and considered an expert in their particular field
Master – undisputed master of a single field of study or school of magic with access to 8th level spells
Magi – one who advises a kingdom ruler or has studied for over 100 years, knows 7th level spells
High Enchanter – One who advises a region or kingdom of schools, able to cast 6th level spells
Magus – a representative to a master level wizard that is head of a large college, casts 5th level spells
Adept – able to make small decisions, possibly running a small library, casts 4th level spells
Apprentice – wizard given specific responsibilities to assist a higher-ranking member, 3rd level spells
Mage – one who has started training for a specific study in the arcane arts, 2nd level spells
Novice – lowest ranking member of a tower, beginner with 1st level spells
Layman – employed by the tower but not actually a member, may know a cantrip or two

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Priesthood Ranks in reverse order

Postby Chrono » Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:00 am

Layman – employed by the church but not actually a member
Novice – lowest ranking member of a church, beginner
Initiate – one who has started training for a specific study in the church
Acolyte – one who is given specific responsibilities to assist a higher ranking member
Adept – assumed to be responsible enough to make small decisions, possibly running a village temple
Curate – an assistant to a master level member of the church or head of a city temple
Disciple – a direct assistant to the Patriarch/Matriarch of the church, head of prestigious temple
Diviner – one who is recognized as being able to converse with the higher powers of the church
Master – ruler of a province of temples or perhaps a kingdom’s religious leader
Patriarch/Matriarch – the undisputed head of a priesthood (some religions have a council)


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