Body Proficiency Category
The Body Proficiency Category summarizes all the Proficiency Skills which are related to Character capacity for body related skills, both for in-game Roleplay, as well as Progression Report Skills, which may be relevant to some Skill Checks. These Skills are fairly broad, for example, Athletic Training includes sprinting, acrobatics, climbing, hiking, swimming and more, so it is up to the player to specialize the character to apply this knowledge and skill where applicable.
Athletic Training includes the training for many athletic disciplines, including but not limited to: Sprinting, running, jumping, acrobatics, climbing, hiking, swimming and more. Points put towards this proficiency increase the skill at which these activities can be done, but also factor heavily into the Body Shape of your character.
Rogue Training includes the training for many Rogue disciplines, including but not limited to: sleight of hand, quick fingers, ambidextrous control, sneaking, shadowing (following a person without being seen), forgery, camouflage and assassination. Putting points towards this proficiency increases the success rate of all of these activities and skills.
Bodycare Training includes the training for many Bodycare related activities, including but not limited to: fitness training, tattoo art, dietary advice, hair care & dyeing, skin care, massage and other such activities to take care of a person’s body with care. Putting points towards this Proficiency increase the skill at which all of these activities are done.
Perception Training includes the training for many Perception related activities, though this skill is mostly used outside of in-game roleplay or during events. Perception Training dictates the capacity for a character to notice things out of the ordinary, or to notice things that aren’t as they should be, or perhaps even see through Rogue activities in-game such as a trick of sleight of hand, burglary, or seeing through camouflage and sneaking. Points put towards this proficiency increase the height of spatial awareness of a character and increases the chances of succeeding in detecting something hidden.