04. MEMBER GROUPS & CHARACTER CLASSES Jul 26, 2015 5:28:47 GMT
Post by WANDERLUST on Jul 26, 2015 5:28:47 GMT
Life at the DWMA has become a melting pot of sorts. With the addition of Witches to the school, relations were started between all students, unbreakable bonds were formed. Because of this nearly all inhabitants of the DWMA possess witch-like traits; they can use a small amount of magic. The Academy has changed dramatically since Lord Reaper has assumed control of the school. It is now a diverse place with very diverse students. Things are not as black and white as they once were.
The character classes that a member is allowed to create are as follows: Meister, Weapon, Witch and Human. Evil Humans, Kishin Eggs and Rogue Witches are all apart of the universe but they are not playable characters and will not become playable in the future. The reason for this is because we want to keep things inside of Death City as much as possible, focusing on the school life of the students in the DWMA primarily. Please be aware that partnering up your characters is no longer necessary for your character's to grow stronger. With the addition of magical abilities to all students, most students can hold their own in battle. Group resonances are still a large part of school life at times and there are some students who decide to partner up. There may also be times your character must partner up with someone for a brief time for a mission or to simply strengthen certain character abilities.
There are still students who attend class who only possess the abilities of a witch, however there are many more meisters and weapons. Keep that in mind while deciding which type of character you want to make. If too many pure blood witches are being made we will place a temporary ban on them until more meisters and weapons are created.
80 Years have passed since witches started at the Academy. Currently students who attend the school are from about the 4th generation of meisters and weapons being born with these abilities. At this point it's more abnormal for a student not to possess these abilities than it is for them to have them.