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I-Class
         

Truth Seekers

I-Class
“Notail Fact: Did you know? The truth might hurt you as much as the lies do.” — =)

Art by, Mel

  • Strength-2
  • Intelligence-10
  • Charisma-8
  • Endurance-3
  • Agility-3
  • Luck-0

Job: Investigator
Ages spent in woods: Ages 10 - 15
Class leader: I-42
O-class leader: O-7

Class rank: Middle Rank
Population: 0.8% of total notail population
Likes: Truth, Justice, A friendly smile, Redemption
Dislikes: Lies, Criminals
Contributions: While crime on notail planets is rather low there's still a need for people to investigate crimes related to notails both on and off the planets. I-classes fill this need and make sure justice will be served.

Traits

[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.
[Softie] Negative trait
This character is easily moved when they see somebody down on their luck. While this character may end up making some friends this way, they will end up helping others even if they can't afford it. This character suffers severe morale losses when made to be "mean", but doesn't feel any obligation to be nice to villainous people.



Original Creator: Gimeurcookie


Personality & Traits

"They just don't seem like notails." That's the first thought that enters the mind of many when meeting an I-class. It's rather true, and I-classes from a young age can end up having trouble relating to other notails. I-classes are pure of heart though and slowly come to an acceptance, even though they have a hard time agreeing with killing animals or fighting with others for the top spot. As I-classes are frankly ill fit for the notail lifestyle their quests are just about helping other notails find missing objects or track animals down. I-classes are given capture creatures who, while ill fit to locate anything, will "get the job done" when an I-class tracks down their target.

This sets the stage for the rest of their life.

As an adult I-classes investigate crimes, missing person cases, and lost items. I-classes seek the truth, but they rather seek it with some sense of respect. They don't bear down on their suspects, putting pressure on them to crack. Instead, they attempt to relate to the suspect, asking why they would commit a crime and the story leading up to this moment. They are better at understanding empathy than any other notail. Unfornetly just as in the past when they lead their capture creatures to animals to kill, they have to inform the people of the truth, even if they don't agree with the punishment the criminal will receive.

When not working I-classes tend to hang around other I-classes and their J-class boss. I-classes prefer the company of aliens instead of other notail classes, but as many I-classes are overly intuned with detecting lies they can quickly become annoyed by people who tell even insignificant white lies. I-classes normally let the lies through without commenting, knowing the person must have a reason for lying. Sometimes the lies build up and the I-class drops the friendship suddenly, disappearing into the universe.

Subtypes

Private-I: These I-classes are more like the original I-classes, aggressively looking for the truth, no matter what the cost.

Special

Lie detectors: Many people believe that I-classes are practically lie detectors. While this isn't true, I-classes are trained looking for signals of people lying. Never take a I-class' intuition as the full truth as they certainly don't.

Trivia

• I-classes nearly always only tell the truth, no matter how harsh the truth is. It is recommended to not ask an I-class for a truth that cannot be handled.

• In the past, the I-class were far more aggressive about getting the truth. They would get suspects to break under pressure, sometimes admitting to crimes they didn't do out of fear of the I-class' comments. The rates of false imprisonment have nosedived since the new I-classes were approved.

• I-classes will only kill someone as an absolute last resort. No I-class responds very well to killing someone, even if they had the right of way.

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