Alchemist: A person who is versed in or practices alchemy.
Amazon: A race of Female warriors.
Aristocrat: A member of an aristocracy, a noble.
Artificer: A person who is skillful or clever in devising ways of making things; inventor.
Artist: A person who produces works in any of the arts, such as paintings or sculptures. A person who works in one of the performing arts, such as an actor, musician, or singer; a public performer; a mime artist; an artist of the dance.
Assassin: One who is trained to kill without being caught.
Astrologer: Someone who predicts the future by the positions of the planets and sun and moon.
Baker: One that bakes bread, cakes, or pastries.
Barbarian: A person who is or has savage/primitive behaviors; an uncivilized person. A person without culture, refinement, or education.
Bard: A person who composed and recited epic or heroic poems, often while playing the harp, lyre, or the like.
Blacksmith: A person who makes horseshoes and shoes horses. A person who forges objects of iron.
Carpenter: A person who builds or repairs wooden structures, as houses, scaffolds, or shelving.
Cleric: A member of the clergy.
Commoner: A person without a title of nobility.
Druid: A member of a religious sect meant for the land; Herbalist; Nature Healer.
Elementalist: A person who practices the arts of elemental magics.
Empath: A person who is capable of feeling what others are feeling.
Engraver: A skilled worker who can inscribe designs or writing onto a surface by carving or etching.
Farmer: A person who cultivates the land in which they live upon.
Fighter: A person with the will, courage, determination, ability, or disposition to fight, struggle, resist, etc.
Fisherman: A person who fishes, whether for profit or pleasure.
Gardener: A person who is employed to cultivate or care for a garden, lawn, etc.
Healer: A person skilled in the arts of healing magics and first aid.
Jester: A professional fool or clown.
Librarian: A person who is in charge of any specialized body of literature, as a collection of musical scores.
Mage: One who specializes in charms, spells, illusions, and movement with mind.
Mercenary: One who is hired to do work for someone; a hired hand; a soldier for sale.
Merchant: One whose business is buying and selling goods.
Messenger: A person who carries a message or goes on an errand for another, esp. as a matter of duty or business.
Monk: A man who is a member of a brotherhood living in a monastery and devoted to a discipline prescribed by his order.
Mystic: A person who attains insight into mysteries transcending human knowledge, as by communication with divine spirituality.
Necromancer: One who practices magic, sorcery, or divination to conjure up the dead.
Ninja: A member of a class of mercenary agents who were trained in the martial arts and hired for covert operations such as assassination and sabotage.
Paladin: Any knightly or heroic champion. Any determined advocate or defender of a noble cause.
Pirate: A person who robs or commits illegal violence at sea or on the shores of the sea.
Priest: A person of special rank who performs religious rites in a temple.
Psychic: A person who is sensitive to the supernatural forces and has insight into future events.
Ranger: One who is trained for close and distant combat; Bowman.
Rogue: A dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel.
Samurai: A member of a hereditary warrior class.
Scribe: A person who serves as a writer.
Scout: A person who obtains information.
Seamstress: A woman whose occupation is sewing.
Shaman: A member of tribal societies who acts as a medium between the visible world and an invisible spirit world and who practices magic or sorcery for purposes of healing, divination, and control over natural events.
Sorcerer: One who practices the black art magic.
Squire: One who is not of rank; a soldier; a knights right hand person.
Teacher: A person who instructs others in various fields.
Thief: One who is skilled in the art of stealing.
Veterinarian: One who is qualified to tend and heal animals.
Warrior: A person who shows or has shown great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness, as in politics or athletics.
Watchmen: A man who is employed to stand guard or keep watch.