Which District do you Align With?
Which District do you Align With?
My friends would describe me as...
How would you spend your free time?
The typical way feels like a betrayal to myself
What is your favorite natural element?
What food do you like the best?
Pick your favorite
I try to impress others
I spend a lot of time observing before I act
The more helpful I am to others, the happier I am
I seek glory
I frequently come up with ideas or solutions out of nowhere
Wealth is of the utmost importance
My least desirable trait is...
The people of the district are hungry. What does your district do?
Freedom from ... is most important.
The people of the Baker District are honorable and kind. They are often perceived as jolly, but when it comes to defending their honor, they can prove to be formidable adversaries. Of course the Bakers love to cook and eat, for they serve up the city's best food. It is one of the few districts in which the common people are fed almost as well as their Duke.
Those of the Butcher District have their own code. They fiercely believe in equality. Many of these people will put their own lives on the line or even...kill in the name of equity. Those that are in charge must act to help their those that they rule, or else they don't deserve their power, and the people will enforce this code by any means necessary.
Those of The Boneyard are respectful and truthful. They are often perceived as serious because of a soft spoken voice or sincere tone. The people of The Boneyard tend to the dead and dying. Because of this, they are respected throughout the districts of the city.
The Carnival District is all about fun! Those who come from the Carnival District like to have a good time and party it up. They often don't think before they act and instead act on impulse. They are witty and often have "mad" skills (they can be a bit crazy). They enjoy a good drink and like to entertain and be entertained.
Those of the Carpenter District are artisans to the highest degree. They are creative and have a high aptitude for ingenuity. Skillful, they find ways to apply their ingenuity to invention. The people of carpenter can forget to think about the well-being of others or what is morally right as they put their skills to use...
Although the people of the Clay District have sparse resources, they are willing to use their wit and grit to fight and move up in the ranks of the city. Despite their drab outfits and sometimes quarrelsome attitudes, the people of the Clay District do what they need to do to survive.
The Cliffs District is populated entirely by women. Over a century ago, all men were cast from the district because of their awful behavior. This secluded district fiercely guards rights for women that some of the other districts ignore. The people of this district are strong and confident.
Those of the Furrier District are independent and practical. They enjoy the outdoors to the fullest. Many from the Furrier District enjoy hunting as well. The Furrier District is known for the wonders it can work with animal pelts. The Tanners, a family from the Furrier District, was relegated to work outside of their district in The Maze on account of the smells that come from creating leather. However, the Tanners are incredible craftspeople and provide the important and fine commodity (leather) for the entire city.
Those of the Garment District are colorful and fashionable. They like to shop and they know a good design when they see one. Not only are they classy, but they are ambitious as well. The people of the Garment District like to make money so that they can spend it on lovely things. Sometimes they are perceived as arrogant or impractical, but their fashion sense more than makes up for that!
People of the Glass District think before they act. They are careful and have a strong sense of morality. Believing that it is important to care for others, those of the Glass District sometimes overextend themselves to help those around them.
The Hilltoppers like peace and quiet. They are a peaceful folk who live in the country, farming and tending to animals. Hilltoppers like to keep life simple and avoid conflict when possible. The people from the district are honorable and kind. They are the sort of people who would provide a bed for a weary traveler.
The people of the Iron District are practical and traditional. The district is old and powerful, one of the unifying districts of the city. The iron people are proud of their heritage and express their pride with the iron they use to forge their armor.
Sophisticated and elegant, the people from the Ivory District live in one of the most architecturally astonishing districts of the city. Much of the district is furnished with statues of ivory and the main plaza is paved with ivory cobbles. Those in less classy districts sometimes view those from ivory as aloof, often because of jealousy. Those from Ivory enjoy the finer things in life, and many are gifted artisans.
Those from the Learned District are wise and intelligent. They use their intelligence and wisdom to improve the lives of others and make the city a better place. Most nobles, regardless of district, spend three years in the Learned District to better understand the world around them. The people from Learned can sometimes be bossy, for they think they know what is right. They are also careful and cautious, always ready for the next intellectual challenge.
The Market District is full of active and sociable people. These bustling folk are always looking to make new friends and new personal connections. They like to shop and spend money, but as people of the Market District, they are most interested in making money. Sometimes they are seen as shifty bargainers, but due to their personalities, they are often well liked anyways.
Those from The Maze are mysterious and unknown. They are often involved in nefarious activities, for which they draw on their resourcefulness. Most from the Maze are poor and down-trodden. As a result, the people of the maze trust no one, and almost nobody trusts them.
Those from the River District are friendly folk. They enjoy fishing and the simple things in life. Some perceive them as lazy, for the fisher folk are amiable and live peaceful lives. They often wander and wonder about the world and how it works. The people are often interested in philosophy.
Those from the Sheep District put great importance in loyalty and family. Many of the people are pious and full of faith. The people of Sheep are frugal and careful, and so sometimes they are considered cowardly. But when given the chance, they are eager to prove themselves.
The Smithy District burned down. Because of this, the metalworkers fear their own fires. They are a gruff, brash people. Often blunt and brutally honest, the people of the Smithy District are known for their ability to craft the strongest and best balanced tools, weapons and armor in the whole city. Those from the Smithy District can be boisterous and enjoy a hearty laugh.
The people from the Spice District are traveled individuals. Often they are described as an international and culturally diverse people. They value one another for their differences as they trade spices from far and wide. At heart, the people of the Spice District are barterers who enjoy meeting new people and driving a hard bargain.
Those from Stables care for many of the animals of the city. They are hardworking and businesslike. Sometimes they can be seen as judgmental, but they are often viewed as nurturing as well. Moreover, the people from the Stables District have a strong appreciation for animals and the hardwork it takes to make a living.
Every Steel citizen must go through three years of hard training to become formidable fighters for the district. The Steel people are honorable and loyal to a fault. Those from the district are not only gregarious and have a good attitude about life, but they never give up. These people are an honest people who will fight for what is right in a moral and just way.
The Stone citizens are often described as stoic and solemn. They are an ancient and traditional district that takes pride in its role as one of the original unifying districts of the city. They are often viewed as serious and solid like the the name of their district.
Those from the Wharf District enjoy the ocean air. They are personable and enthusiastic. Many like to sing, but few are actually good at it. The rambunctious crews from the wharf are active, hardworking and busy. Their colorful language is full of sea talk and swearing and low, off-color humor as they busily scamper from rigging to dock to hull.
People in the Wine District are personable and enthusiastic. They enjoy drinking the wine they make and sometimes drink a little too much. They are a happy people who like to party, but when need be, they can sober up and make important decisions. Those from the Wine District have a wry sense of humor and are often very persuasive and well-liked because of their personalities.