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==Castes==
 
==Castes==
 
====Warrior====
 
====Warrior====
The Warrior caste is the elite of the fighters for the Canim army. They carry traditional weapons and armor, though the armor is black which is consistent with a predatory race that hunts at night. Varg, [[Nasaug]], and Lararl are leaders of this caste. In addition, some warriors wear scarlet stripes on their armor. Each stripe is a symbol of a time when a warrior showed valor or achieved some type of glory. Most leaders of the canim have very little of their original black armor color showing. Varg, for example, has so many stripes his armor simply appears scarlet. They follow a strict code of conduct, and are very protective of the Makers under their protection.
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The Warrior caste is the elite of the fighters for the Canim army. They carry traditional weapons and armor, though the armor is black which is consistent with a predatory race that hunts at night. [[Nasaug]] is a leader of this caste. In addition, some warriors wear the scarlet steel that is seen in Canim weapons.
 
 
====Ritualist====
 
====Ritualist====
Those of the Ritualist caste are the spellcasters of the Canim. The Canim do not wield furies, but are still capable of using magic based in the power of blood. The ritualists have been known to do many large-scale sorceries. They have sent large storms, turned the sky red, can call forth lightning to attack an area or single target, and can summon clouds and walls of acid. These acid clouds contain creatures that seem to be made of acid, and are highly poisonous. [[Sarl]], Kharsh, and Marok are leaders of this caste. They are divided into two different groups, the followers of the new way and the old way. Followers of the old way only use their own blood to power their spells, and while the smaller of the two groups, they are more honorable and tend to be more skilled. Followers of the new way use the blood of volunteers and their enemies to make themselves more powerful. They tend to scheme and try to control the makers for their own gain.
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Those of the Ritualist caste are the spellcasters of the Canim. The Canim do not wield furies, but are still capable of using magic. The ritualists have been known to do many large-scale sorceries. They have sent large storms, turned the sky red, and can call forth lightning to attack an area or single target. [[Sarl]] is a leader of this caste.
 
 
====Maker====
 
====Maker====
 
The Maker caste forms the bulk of the Canim army, and is made up of farmers and lower-class folk who are conscripted. In battle, they wear lighter armor, and use rusty farm tools as weapons. Throughout most of history, the Makers are the Canim that the rest of [[Alera]] has fought. However, despite being "light" infantry, they are still formidable in combat. Both the Ritualists and the Warrior caste claim to serve the Makers, however, Ritualists of the New Way tend to try and manipulate and control the Makers.
 
The Maker caste forms the bulk of the Canim army, and is made up of farmers and lower-class folk who are conscripted. In battle, they wear lighter armor, and use rusty farm tools as weapons. Throughout most of history, the Makers are the Canim that the rest of [[Alera]] has fought. However, despite being "light" infantry, they are still formidable in combat. Both the Ritualists and the Warrior caste claim to serve the Makers, however, Ritualists of the New Way tend to try and manipulate and control the Makers.
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