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Meagog & Caste

Meagog & Caste

Meagog & Caste

Caste are similar to families within the flock. While not related to one another they hold values, disposition, and ideas to one another. Caste centres around mastery of a trade though will branch off into key needed roles. This structure will find a cast member mastering in a form of combat, civil and diplomatic endeavour for the flock of the Meagog. For these specific creatures, there is a total of Seven caste or houses making up the Meagog Flock. These houses each provide a specialty at their centre. Similar to Samurai whom Master in the bow, Katana or spear. The Meagog have divided themselves into caste to make sure they survive the ages.

Choosing a caste:

While it has been mentioned choosing a caste is like choosing a family, there can be some daunting task about it.  From disposition to mastery of trade and yes even hair colour. A task will underly the foundations of a Meagog, their training and how they develop. It should be noted that for Roleplay purposes, that ultimately a player can do anything they wish in each caste. It should also be noted that a warrior of one caste in which it is its main arch type will be stronger than a warrior in melee and physical combat than say a warrior in which comes from magic type caste.

Things to Understand

Meagog caste dictates a player’s hair colour. While most species in the multiverse indicate their caste via banner, uniform and such. A Meagog caste gives literal physical alterations during the changing process in which shows physical aspects of that caste.  It should be noted as well, that choosing a caste based on hair colour alone can hinder you in the long game.

A Quick Break Down of Meagog Caste:

Somatus

Hair Colour: White, often dresses in white and silver robes. Elders wear gold in their white robes.

Somatus are known as the spellcasters. Their abilities range from healing masteries to general spell casting. This caste is also known for their diplomatic roles in the empire.

Angrelian

Hair Colour Black: Often dressing in black, elders wear Armor or robes of black and silver.

Angerlians are the front-line fighters of the Meagog, during war periods their mastery in war and death forces them to take charge in all military affairs. During times of peace, they act as acting guards for the Meagog and Shiagog castles and temples. The Angerlians are the firm protectors of the Thian royal family.

Ventrius

Hair Colour Blue: Elders wear either tight clothes or revealing robes blacks and blues.

Collectors of Intelligence this caste is known to penetrate behind enemy lines and watch any opposition to the empire. If need be, they are sent in to assassinate diplomats, kings, queens and all other forms of leaders. They have been even known to seduce their target, allowing their Oboron to suffer their target a slow death.

Vothus

Hair Colour: Deep Purple: Often wear blacks and blacks and blues robes when in a gathering.

The Vothus have been akin to Ninjas where the Ventrius are akin to spies. These two castes perform many of the same functions, however. The Vothus are direct rouges, that steal information and execute the will of the empire on directly hostile levels. In times of war, they serve as the policing faction on the behalf of the Somatus.

Habrius

Hair Colour: Brown, often wears brown or black robes in gatherings.

The Habrius is known as the wanderer, the rouge, the archer. These monk-like masters of the wild are the front lines of the Meagog, empire, and flock in scouting parties and long-range missions in which are hard for the empire to access.

Hangrus

Hair colour: Red/Orange. Often wears black/white or red robes in gatherings.

These Meagog are elemental masters. Their Oboron levels slightly lower than other Meagog making them have a 90% immunity to magical outside damage not 100% These Meagogs, however, can use the source to manipulate elemental magic.

Zarakar

Hair Colour: Deep green/black and green. These Meagogs wear black or green robes in gatherings.

This caste is known as the engineer caste, but they are far more complex to that. Master of Technology these Meagog excel at the mech, tech, ballistic and melee combat. Known for their mastery over the Gun Blade, they are deadly warriors on the field off the field of combat.

Note: It should be noted that these caste outlines only summarise the physical appearance alterations and the overall “central purpose of a caste.” Please refer to caste guides and guidelines in the following section. 

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