[Cosmosdex] The Fictional Encyclopedia




“Notail Fact: Did you know? There are two types of people in the universe, people who judge words, and people who judge actions.” — =)

Art by, Mel

  • Strength-2
  • Intelligence-10
  • Charisma-4
  • Endurance-5
  • Agility-5
  • Luck-0

Job: Judicial
Ages spent in woods: Ages 10 - 15
Class leader: J-411
O-class leader: O-2

Class rank: High Rank
Population: 0.1% of total notail population
Likes: Judgement, Truth, Officers, Peace
Dislikes: Lies, Disorder, Crimes
Contributions: The J-class are both the lawmakers and judges of the notail world. They hold the cases that decide who is guilty and who is innocent, making sure that things are held as fairly as possible.


[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 won with a bit of effort or luck.
[Lie Detector] Positive trait
This character is able to tell when people are lying to them much easier than others. They are more honed into visual and auditory mistakes or tics.
[Easily Agitated] Negative trait
This character is easily agitated and if not given space they can burst into pure anger.

Original Creator: Gimeurcookie

Personality & Traits

Absolutely judgemental. The J-class judges how people walk, how they talk, how they introduce themselves, even small verbal tics. If a J-class acts rude it's because someone did something they might have not even noticed to set off the alarms in their head. From an early age, J-classes are taught about how to spot signs of nervous people, people who might be hiding the truth. J-classes hold small trials for their fellow children as their quests, though no one gets punished, these games of attempting to figure out who stole one of the toys are just warm-ups for what's to come.

After coming out of the woods J-classes are first trained like I-nvestigator classes, being the bad cop to the I-classes good cop. To be a proper J-class they first need to see what the field they're going to judge is like. During this time J-classes will form a loose bond with many of the I-classes they work with. The J-class will one day be the boss of these I-classes, so it's important for both J and I-classes to make sure they associate with the right people.

Once the long years of training and working in the field are finished, J-classes will finally rise to their job of judge. J-classes jobs consist of both judging others but also the division of power. J-classes decide how I-classes are to divide their power and which cases they should focus on. A high rate of failed cases is a sign of a bad J-class.

J-classes do not seem to change their mood in and out of work. Quiet until they need to speak and overly analyzing even the most minor of situations is their bread and butter. This means many do not enjoy the company of J-classes, who are quick to point out even white lies used to flavor a story a little and overall ruin the mood.

J-classes sometimes wonder if this sort of behavior is correct, if every lie must be outed, but most will destroy said thoughts. The truth is more important than anything else.


None: There are no subtypes of the J-class.


Lie detectors: Many people and J-classes themselves believe that J-classes are practically lie detectors. While this isn't true, J-classes are trained to look for signals of people lying. Never take a J-class' intuition as the full truth.


• J-classes almost never tell a lie. The guilt after telling a lie is fairly overwhelming.

• Due to their attitudes, it's rare to see anyone but I-classes hang around J-classes.

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