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==CoffeeMUD Classes==
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===CoffeeMUD Commoner Classes===
Apprentice        Artisan        Gaoler        Sailor        Scholar       
Description: Sailors are the workmen of the high seas. These common folk spend their lives gathering resources, traveling, transporting goods, and exploring seas, rivers, and lakes. On large sailing vessels, their skills are unparalleled, and no ship should be without plenty of them.
Primary Stat: Dexterity
Qualifications: Constitution 5+, Dexterity 5+
Practices: 5 +[(Wisdom/6)+1 per lvl]. Note: The first number is the number gained at 1st level. Subsequent levels gain the Wisdom/X+Y number.
Trains: 3 +1 per level. Note: The first number is the number gained at 1st level. Subsequent levels gain the number preceding the "per level".
Hit Points: 20 +[(Con/6)+(1d5) /lvl].
Mana: 100 +[(Int/9)+(1d2)/lvl].
Movement: 100 +[5X(Str/18) /lvl].
Attack: +(Dex/18)-1 per level.
Damage: +1 damage per 15 level(s).
Maximum Stat Values: Dexterity (24), Constitution (24), Others (18)
Bonuses: Sailors earn twice as much XP as other commoners when trawling, sea explore xp, and double experience in ship combat.
Weapons: May use any weapons.
Armor: Must wear cloth, vegetation, or paper based armor.
Starting Equipment: a belaying pin
Races: Drow Duergar Dwarf Elf Githyanki Gnoll Gnome Goblin Half Elf Halfling Human Lizard Man Merfolk Mindflayer Ogre Orc Pixie
Level Class Skills (Skills in parenthesis must be trained for at a trainer or by another player.)
1 Fishing    Climb    Unbinding    Swim    Recall    (Wood Chopping)    (Hand to hand combat)    (Write)    (Play Instrument)    (Bandaging)    (Smoke Rings)    (Floristry)    
2 Sea Legs    (Carpentry)    (Cooking)    (Butchering)    
3 Belay    Fire Building    
4 Abandon Ship    (Stowaway)    (Searching)    (Tanning)    
5 Boatwrighting    Trawling    
6 Find Ship    Crow's Nest    (Morse Code)    (Find Home)    
7 Avoid Currents    (Tie Down)    (Meat Curing)    
8 Make Sea Maps    (AutoSwim)    (AutoCrawl)    
9 Ship Lore    Diving    (Ship Building)    
10 Sea Charting    (Baiting)    
11 Dead Reckoning    (Fish Lore)    
12 Sea Navigation    (Cargo Loading)    (Gardening)    
13 Scuttle    (Bind)    
14 Sea Maneuvers    
15 (Siegecrafting)    (Composting)    
16 Water Tactics    (Siege Weapon Specialization)    
17 (Deep Breath)    (Hard to Port)    
18 Combat Repairs    (Food Preserving)    (AutoClimb)    
19 Master Fishing    (Salvaging)    
20 (Foul Weather Sailing)    (Hard to Stern)    (Branding)    
21 (Naval Tactics)    
22 Rig Ramming Speed    
23 Intercept Ship    
24 Master Trawling    
25 Await Ship    
29 (Master Floristry)    (Master Herbology)    
30 Hire Crewmember    

How to Play

Sailors are commoners of seaports and fishing villages. As commoners, they tend to level slowly, primarily relying upon their fishing skills at early levels until they can afford a boat to explore inland rivers and local coastal areas. Sailors may also hire on to help experienced sailors or adventurers crew a large sailing ship, where this class really starts to show it's merit. Affording a ship before level 30 may be problematic for a lone sailor, so it is best to find a wealthy benefactor or work on a ship owned by someone else. Once a sailor can afford his own ship, he will probably desire assistance from less experienced sailors to maximize the combat potential of his vessel.

Multi-Classing Options and Effectiveness