[Cosmosdex] The Fictional Encyclopedia




“Notail Fact: Did you know? You cannot appreciate your silent protectors until they come to your aid. You cannot fear your silent opposers until you see their face.” — =)

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  • Strength-2
  • Intelligence-10
  • Charisma-1
  • Endurance-8
  • Agility-5
  • Luck-0

Job: Federal
Ages spent in woods: Ages 10 - 15
Class leader: F-911
O-class leader: O-6

Class rank: Middle Rank
Population: 5% of total notail population
Likes: Stability, Groups, Control
Dislikes: Disorder, Being alone
Contributions: The F-class is the G-eneral class but for more important, but not important enough jobs. The F-class like the G-class is one of the major lifelines for notail society and should it weaken the house would surely start to crumble.


[Realistic] Neutral trait
This character can look at a situation realistically and decide when to give up or back off. This sometimes causes the character to back away from situations that can possibly be won with a bit of effort or luck.
[Diligent] Positive trait
This character is commonly hard-working and is unlikely to fail most of their tasks. This character is also careful with their work and makes less mistakes than most.
[Sickness Spreader] Negative trait
This character is a carrier of many illnesses even if they themselves are not affected by any. Time to time, someone around them might gain a sickness or mutation simply from being close to this character.

Original Creator: Gimeurcookie

Personality & Traits

The F-class is known as the advance G-eneral class. Jobs which require more training or studies are more often than not moved to the F-class. Unlike the G-class, F-classes are not allowed as much job freedom as every F-class is trained for a long period of time to do their job. Despite being born into a notail class system the F-classes are the only classes that have to fight for the jobs they want. F-classes must be able to pass a series of tests to show that they are the best choice to be trained for their chosen job.

From an early age, F-classes are told about this and start attempting to figure out what job they want as soon as possible. Everything is a competition with F-classes, causing them to hate one another as children. This battle for dominance, so that they may get the job they want when they're older is fully intended. Notails want the top jobs to be taken by the most powerful children while the rest get the paper pusher jobs. Quests for young F-classes are not collaborations unlike other classes, but competitions. F-class is pitted against F-class, and every win and loss is filed away in their documentation.

When an F-class finally gets out of the woods they are gathered with the rest of the F-classes in their year and their accomplishments are looked over. F-classes who failed to do much are automatically tossed away as paper pushers, while everyone else writes a list of what job they want. If a job has more slots than kids who want into it then all of those kids get in without doing anything else, but not every job is like that. Some jobs have only four or five slots for that year and that's when notails have to fight it out.

Taking physical and mental tests these notails will have to do the most important competition of their lives. If they fail they risk being stuck forever in a job they don't want. Most tests cleanly separate the winners from the losers, but if it doesn't, there is one last test. The notails who tied must fight for what they want, physically. Winner takes all.

This kind of lifestyle makes F-classes who get better jobs see themselves as better than F-classes who didn't. This superiority complex fuels the whole class, making the F-class the only dog eats dog class in a system of sharing. A high ranking F-class is truly intimidating.


None: There are no subtypes of F-class. All are equal and who gets what job is picked by completing challenges.




• After having to compete with each other for their whole lives F-classes have to be trained to work with each other. Even after a few years, F-classes are still rather cautious about their classmates.

• Jobs associated with the F-classes are things such as police and fire officers, government jobs, politicians, and of course the lowly paper sorter.

• Possibly due to their once competitive lifestyle, F-classes enjoy butting heads with each other and challenging each other, causing a rather higher than normal rate of injury for F-classes. Q-uarantine and Y-eotail classes who also love to roughhouse scoff at F-classes.

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