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Character Classes

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:18 am

Character Classes
Character Classes are the method by which Sacred Oblivion measures and categorizes, generally, the overall power and development of a character. It ranges from Low Class, which are basic and inexperienced characters. Middle Class represents having some achievement with your character. High Class is reserved for excellent players and represents players good enough to call themselves strong enough to lead orginizations.

Moving beyond that is Prestige Class. A character can jump from any of the normal classes right into Prestige regardless of their Base GP if their character has developed enough to explain it and their performance with said character is of high enough quality. Prestige Class represents players good enough to be the elite.

Further past that still is the elite of the elite. These are the stuff legends at Sacred Oblivion is made of, the few and the proud. Ascended Class is reserved for the cream of the crop, the very best that our game has to offer. Not only must you be an exceptionally skilled writer and player but you must develop your character to a crescendo of growth to justify their ascension beyond mortal comprehension. This causes your character to become a transcendental being and is the highest character class on Sacred Oblivion.


Classes by Base GP
Here are listed the various Character Classes and how Base GP is associated with each.

Ascended Class: This has no associated Base GP. You apply for Milestones like normal with a cap of 6,000 Base GP.
Prestige Class: This has no associated Base GP. You apply for Milestones like normal with a cap of 6,000 Base GP.
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High Class: Base GP between 3,000 and 6,000 [One Month wait between similar requests]
Middle Class: Base GP between 1,000 and 3,000 [Two Week wait between similar requests]
Low Class: Base GP between 700 and 1,000

Notice how each class is represented by a range? You can grow in that range by applying for a Milestone, which will award 500 GP to your Base GP. You may skip to Prestige or Royal from lower Classes, but must otherwise climb the Base GP scale before applying for a full Rank Up. You do not have to spend any acquired Base GP right away, even once approved for it. Once approved it is yours to claim whenever you see fit.

Milestones
To increase your Base GP, and eventually your Class, you must submit to us samples of your roleplaying via threads that you’ve participated in since your approval or last Milestone or Class Up submission. These must display increasingly quality posting as by the opinion of our Approval Staffer(s). Reaching for Prestige will have incredibly heavy quality constraints as compared to, say, looking to move from Low Class to Middle Class. Remember that these requests must include not only your improvement as a writer but the development of the character towards a more complete and refined individual, the progression of their own personal story within the overarching story of our fictional world. As such it is quite possible that a player may do exemplary with one character but have a completely poor performance with another.

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