Wilderness Survival

overview

Professional Applications

intro

Occupation:

Fields of Expertise

Note: Focuses on the mechanics and infrastructure of rough living. Food gathering omitted because Hunting and Foraging are both too expansive to slide under this umbrella. Expedient aid could be included, but is mostly covered under Amateur Medicine anyway, and I don't want people to reach Master without taking a biome.

Shelter: includes fire-starting
Water: sources of water
Cordage: rope, nets, rough textiles; may cross-train with Weaving
Hides and Furs: skinning, rawhide, brain tanning, furs; may cross-train with Leatherworking
<Specialty>: specific biome - grassland, marsh, jungle, forest, alpine, desert, shore, open sea, underground

Proficiency Levels

Amateur

Professional

When utilizing techniques outside his field of Expertise, the practitioner remains at Amateur level.

Exceptional

When utilizing techniques outside his field of Expertise, the practitioner remains at no more than Professional level, contingent on having appropriate IC knowledge.

Master

When utilizing techniques outside his field of Expertise, the practitioner remains at no more than Exceptional level, contingent on having appropriate IC knowledge.

Resources

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