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Assassins are thoroughly trained from a very young age. As such, they are talented in battle but lack any skill in personal interaction.
Since you brought that up, how's it comming along?
In public, Assassins always wear a disguise and repeat memorized lines. They can’t improvise with conversation, only with their many blades.
So in conversation they're kinda like Ryan Gosling in Drive? Lots of menacing stares and not much to say. Don't get me wrong though, I love it! XD
Musketeers love devising highly strategic plans… so strategic that Rube Goldberg would be jealous.
A Musketeers’ ripped hat is a fashion statement, similar to wearing ripped jeans… except even more ironically shabby.
Beastkeepers spend most of their time communicating with beasts, and tend to mix animals noises into their human speech.
Can they make noises to trick others as well? Certainly a cool tweet.
While dueling was once a last resort, Musketeers have begun pulling guns on people casually, to pass the time or show off.
The Sorcerer has one weakness — flattery. But at the same time, they can be among the most manipulative conversationalists.