Art by, Artem1s
Ages spent in woods: Ages 10 - 15
Class leader: G-44
O-class leader: O-12
Class rank: Low Rank
Population: 25% of total notail population
Likes: Stability, Groups, Capture creatures, Metaparxi
Dislikes: Disorder, Being alone
Contributions: The most common type of notail is the base of the notail operation. The strong are built on the backs of the weak masses, and so if the G-class were to fall notail society would as well.
Original Creator: Gimeurcookie
Despite being one of, if not the most common type of notail, most aliens will never see a single one in their entire life outside of notail planets. G-classes, unlike other notails, stick together in groups from the moment they're born. Being seen as the least special of the notails, G-classes gain their power in numbers, not talents. Their quests are about working together, not attempting to differentiate themselves from the pack. In the woods, G-classes gather up as their capture creatures are less useful to survival than others. Other classes are always on the lookout for G-classes for trading supplies to survive.
When G-classes exit the woods they go right to work. G-classes are able to put themselves on a waitlist for the jobs they want. Due to this G-classes are constantly rotating in and out of jobs as they get bored. Slowly a G-class just becomes a jack of all trades, though the trades are common everyday jobs.
Most G-classes have at least have two things in common. Their hobbies outside of work tend to be running minor studies like most notails. G-classes are also avid capture creature battlers. G-classes gather up during lunch breaks to watch capture creature fights and possibly toss their own into the ring. As the capture creatures G-classes like to use are rather common and cheap, G-classes end up making up most of the homeworld capture creature buyers.
G-classes have a highly varying emotional range, one can never know what to expect when meeting a G-class. While many are surprisingly friendly, and even excited to see aliens, considering them a rare sight, some are on the unruly side.
F-class: The F-class has split off from the G-class, and many regrade the F-class as the "G-class, but for slightly more important jobs."
• G-classes tend to have simple masks with easy to remember faces. Many do not opt to have a mask that looks like an animal.
• G-classes simply do not have a reason to leave their home planet unless the notails absolutely have a deficiency of workers on another planet. Even when G-classes have vacation time they tend to stay on their planet, as going anywhere without a group of notails make them very uncomfortable. G-classes may rarely be seen with large groups of traveling notails, doing most of the mundane jobs.
• Avid capture creature fans make trips to notail planets to battle against G-class notails to hone their skills and trade. Don't be fooled though, G-classes are one of the few classes that constantly battle their capture creatures. They should never be underestimated just because their capture creatures are common.
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