Warriors (Morians) | Classcraft Story Guidebook
First Appearance
Season 1: Episode 1
Aliases
Warriors, Morians
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Warrior Island

Warriors (Morians)

Last Updated: May 27, 2020

First Appearance
Season 1: Episode 1
Aliases
Warriors, Morians
Home
Warrior Island

The Warriors reside on Morian Island, located in the western region of the Solea Archipelago. While most dwell together in the town of Ridoan, they can be nomadic in nature and live scattered across the island, closer to the animals of their clans.

Philosophy, Culture, and Society

The Morian tribe greatly respects the flora and fauna on their island. They train in “clans” dedicated to different animals, such as foxes and bears, and seek to forge bonds with them. A single chief unites all the clans, and each clan contains multiple mentors — experienced Warriors who guide the younger members.

Warriors value physical training, using their skills to contribute to their society and prove their worth. That said, they’re not only strong but also daring, fun-loving, and always up for a good challenge. Though they’re highly competitive, they care deeply about the well-being of their tribe. An honorable people, they go to great lengths to mend their mistakes when proven wrong.

They are also sharply attuned to their five senses, a skill that they continuously develop over their lifetimes. This helps them learn about their surroundings so they can navigate terrain and locate valuable resources, such as useful plants or minerals. Mindful to preserve the existing order of their island, they’re conscientious in all interactions with nature and vigilant to any changes.

Warriors wear unique gauntlets on both hands that give them the ability to generate protective energy barriers (on one side) and use special animal powers (on the other). The technology was engineered long ago with the help of the Voek, who forged and embedded crystals of varying shapes, colors, and sizes into the gauntlets as power sources. The intention was to help the Warriors develop deeper relationships with the animals and sprites on their island, even allowing them to go so far as intuitively communicate.

Story Ideas

  • Imagine the story of a young Warrior who must learn to brave his fears to save his clan. What is he afraid of, and how does he overcome this challenge?
  • How would the nature-friendly Warriors respond if an animal species were to rapidly verge on extinction?

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