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In class oriented games, each class is heavily tied to one of the standard 6 attributes, strength, dexterity, constitution, intelligence, wisdom, and charisma with a minor focus on a couple others depending on the role you want to play. However, normally, the Divine classes such as Priest or Cleric are the ones that rely on Wisdom as their main attribute.
In a setting without a Divine presence or origin, what class takes over the mantle of “the Wisdom class”? Do you just split that typical Magic user class between the mental attributes? If so, what are the classes and what exactly differentiates them?

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>> No.78020209

There should only be 3 classes
All magic-users have to be NPCs by default since magic is mysterious and barely-defined

>> No.78020255

Artificer or Engineer maybe? Intelligence for theory, Wisdom for practical application.

>> No.78020468

But how do they function differently?

>> No.78020640

I would imagine their magic works around creating balance and a natural harmony, since there aren’t gods to keep order over the universe, a sage has providence over that area of magic. This would be in contrast to a mage that just knows magic and shapes raw/latent arcane energy for HIS purposes and not for a real purpose. Creation, entropy, the natural order would be “sagacious”.

>> No.78020739

>in class oriented games, every class is tied to a stat from D&D
That's a nope, family.

>> No.78024863

don't the druids use wisdom in the ol' d n d?

>> No.78025265

I’d play this

>> No.78027504

And what about class oriented games that don't have that particular set of attributes?

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>> No.78028091

What about them?

>> No.78028418

Atheist religions such as Buddhism and Jainism are a thing.

>> No.78030461

Dofus/Wakfu treat/s classes as races.

>> No.78031130

>In a setting without a Divine presence or origin, what class takes over the mantle of “the Wisdom class”?
Mankind creates a divine authority or an authority of some manner if there are none, so an appointed of that authority and code would take the place of a wisdom caster. Perhaps some kind of law keeper or lore keeper, who keep their companions moral strong through reminder of their great mission and what it means to the folks back home.

>> No.78031918

>the commissar

>> No.78032006

No those aren't "atheist religions", reddit, they say you are god

>> No.78032122

Hey reddit thats not what they say although you are right that they aren't atheist religions either.

>> No.78032178

What a boring fucking faggot you are. How much did you pay for your copy of Chainmail?

>> No.78032190

You either never interacted with an engineer in your life, or you are one.

>> No.78032460

Do not lump OSR with that kind of faggotry. The most hardcore of us use Fighting Man, Cleric, and Magic-User.

>> No.78034802

Reddit hates them because they say Western atheists are dumb unwashed plebs and science is Christian.

>> No.78035951

>In class oriented games
If you want to say D&D, just say D&D.

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