>Rokari wizards are infused with the power of God by virtue of their
bloodline, so that one's not generally a problem. Of course, they can be rubbish at other aspects of being a wizard (the whole celibacy >thing, for instance, can be a burden).
Hmm, is "wizard=celibate" a Rokari thing? And all Rokari wizards aren't considered priests, are they?
>Knights are raised from infancy to get used to that sort of thing,
although being allergic to horses does rather dent your career prospects, I agree. But, yes, that sort of thing must still happen occasionally.
Also, for them knights are just the best of the soldiers, right? So you could be allergic to horses and just a soldier in the Rokari, right?
>> Nobles who can't lead, however, are fine exactly where they are.
>Not least because few people would dare point it out to them.
Yeah, that's how that normally works.
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