Occupations and Wealth Bonus
Occupations aren’t considered classes but acts as a job or career a character holds . He or she may hold multiple occupations, but overtime. There’s over 19 different occupations and each with their own restrictions, such as age. As well, they open more options when choosing skills and higher Wealth bonus. The 19 occupations are: Academic, Adventurer, Athlete, Blue Collar, Celebrity, Creative, Criminal, Dilettante, Doctor, Emergency Services, Entrepreneur, Investigative, Law Enforcement, Military, Religious, Rural, Student, Technician, and White Collar.
Instead of using real-world currency, such as United States dollar (USD) or Euro (EUR), it’s been replaced with the Wealth bonus. It functions just like any real-world currency: income, credit, debit, to deposit or withdraw, purchasing and selling, and so on. It also defines the characters financial conditions from being opulent to impoverishment. All characters have their own wealth. Determining wealth at first level, the player rolls a four sided die two times (2d4), and then adds the results together. The result can be increased by occupation, the Windfall feat, and the Profession skill. Whenever the character advances in level, the player rolls a Profession check.