Classes of En'quorra
Barbarians can be found all over the Ecumenopolis of En’quorra in its lower levels, although those further from the fringes may have difficulty maintaining a connection with nature.
Bards are common on En’quorra, although the telling of some tales is considered heresy by the Orthodoxy.
Clerics are common on En’quorra. Their station often gains them admittance to the upper-most districts of the Ecumenopolis, where they can better commune with their moon gods.
Druids are uncommon, but they serve Ampeter faithfully and have a place in the Ecumenopolis. They are said to be more common in Ur’dei.
Fighters are common in the lower districts, whether they are thugs or law-men. They are usually thugs.
Monks are uncommon, but Ignis, Mosha, and Petrum all have schools of unarmed combat.
Paladins are relatively few in number, but are ubiquitous. Almost all paladins are agents of the Light of Dei, so their job takes them all over En’quorra. A non-elf pledging herself to paladinhood is one of the only ways she can be granted entry into the forest of Ur’dei.
Rangers are uncommon, and those in the Ecumenopolis tend to be of the urban type.
Rogues are common in the slums, unfortunately for all of the non-rogues there.
Sorcerers are considered by the Orthodoxy to be heretical abominations, so often disguise themselves as monks or other non-arcane professions. It is rumored that the Orthodoxy allows elven sorcerers to study as wizards.
Wizards are rare, as only elves are allowed to practice arcane magic, and most of those elves stay in Ur’dei. Non-elven wizards are hunted with impunity by the Proxy of Zeraph.
Alchemists are rare as a class, but are not regulated by the Proxy of Zeraph the way ordinary spellcasters are. A powerful alchemist might attract their attention, though.
Cavaliers are rare, as the use of a steed is difficult in the sprawling Ecumenopolis. A few cavaliers opt to train as musketeers (see Ultimate Combat), as a firearm can be more valuable in this environment than a horse.
Inquisitors are uncommon, and they serve alongside paladins as agents of the Light of Dei, but tend to be more subtle in their methods.
Oracles are rare. They are considered to be divine spellcasters as Clerics are, but the Orthodoxy has been known to occasionally identify one as a heretic, then hunt and kill it.
Summoners are rare, and are regulated like wizards by the Proxy of Zeraph.
Witches are uncommon, and are always considered heretical. Heretical non-elves without the resources to learn traditional wizardry often turn to this dark path.
Magi are rare, and are regulated like wizards by the Proxy of Zeraph.
Gunslingers are uncommon, and fit well into the dangerous districts of the Ecumenopolis. The firearms they use are rare, but have been made for centuries, and can often be found in ancient ruins deep in the city.