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Archetypes (Dancer)

Table: Dancer Archetypes

ArchetypeDescription
CorypheeCoryphees are a unique group, able to feel the ticking beat of time, the legato motions of space, the chaotic melodies of souls; in short, the music of the universe, deep in their bones. A coryphee's unusual understanding of this rhythm allows them to dance directly with it, bending space and time as they do.
Dance PerformerFrom the Near Eastern nation of Thavnair comes a troupe of bewitchingly graceful performers. Though certainly elegant and beautiful, their movements also speak of martial discipline─of a pulsing, persistent energy whose rhythm can inspire souls and soothe troubled hearts. Inured to the hardships of the road, these dancers have learned to land throwing weapons with the same exacting precision as their footfalls, removing any who would obstruct the endless beat of the dance.
GeodancerThe ancient geodances first discovered by Mog have been passed down through the generations and spread far and wide, mixing the forces of the earth with the graceful movements of the body to generate amazing magic. Available only to moogle dancers.
LightbringerA lightbringer uses dance as a beautiful but deadly martial art. As the lightbringer dances, she channels a fragment of her patron god or goddess. In this way, a lightbringer becomes a burning whirlwind of divine justice.
PoledancerPoledancers are typically exotic dancers, expert in handling the poles. These alluring individuals are the master at their craft, wielding spears, lances, and polearms with expertise and deadliness.
Whirling DervishSome dancers have adapted scimitars into graceful martial forms, and their dervish style is feared throughout the world its ability to devastate foes with a scimitar through motion and agility regardless of strength of arms.
WinddancerThe winddancer is the wind and the river. He knows how the world flows, and forces his enemies to flow with it. Even the most powerful stone breaks under the graceful and persistent pressure of wind and water.