When there is need for some hot beats, spicy melodies, and saucy lyricism you definitely want a bard. When there is a heated battle coming to you or you need protection from an incendiary disagreement you want a warrior. Why not have both? Straight out of Vostour, the Scalding Skald is a unique training path for an aspiring samurai who wants to gift all of Orn with song and protect all the friends they meet along the way.
A twist of the traditional set of techniques favored by thieves and rogues the world over, the arcane saboteur favors magically-enhanced stealth over the usual tiptoeing favored by most stealthy individuals. Utilizing the same strategies of stealth and subterfuge as typical rogues, arcane saboteurs differ in that they often back these strategies with aether-powered trickery, rather than traditional means of concealment.
Stormvind first appeared in the tribes of Tordenvær found in mountains of Glesmyr; they are noted for their wild or ecstatic fighting style. Their only possession is a pair of old beaten or even broken swords which are very often their only worldly possession. Lacking the wealth of many others in the tribes a Stormvind is often found in the company of other swords for hire. The moniker of Bondæ has been added to members of their cast by other groups, primarily because they appear to be of the peasant class.
Deep in the Starreach mountains of Sirison dwells the few kitsune with the power to see, hear, and bend spirits. Kitsune of the Soulforge constantly hear the whispers of the spirit world around them and often ally with them. They can also bind a wild spirit to a task such as a curse called a bane or to a weapon or shield to a kitsune from harm called a sigil. When stirred to wrath, the kitsune can wield both spirits and weapons as one, deflecting magic, restoring life energy, or cursing their adversary all with the help of nearby spirit allies, banes, and spirit bound sigils.