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The Citizen System 

 

The Citizen System is an opportunity to play a character that doesn't fit within the normal realm of the Militia. This could be an ordinary civilian character, a criminal, a craftsman, or even a non-human or wytch!. We hope that these characters can be an exciting and entertaining addition to Yew.

You may play anything that might fit within a low fantasy setting: Craftsmen, Tailors, Brigands and Orcs are all perfect examples of what you can play. Half deamon-noble Paladins and good Orcs on the other hand are prime example of what you cannot play.

The decision on whether your character is suitable or not will ultimately rest with your recruiter, however having a well thought our description of what you’re character will be and do will greatly increase you’re chances of gaining entry.

We are fairly keen to allow you as much scope for creativity as possible, therefore we allow our citizens full range of skills a clothing. However, if you wish to use a skill that is typically banned (Magery, Chivalry, Ninjitsu, Stealing, Poisoning, Bushido etcetera) please inform a member of Militia Command so that we are aware.

Note: If a member of the Church found you using Magery IC you will be treated as a wytch.

 

Other information:

Physical Resist on armour for citizens must not exceed 50
Bronze Weapons are the maximum you are permitted (unless bought using the Copper system – more notes on this can be found under FAQ)
The LoW must be followed at all times

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