Signs and portents
- The Mangai. The governing body of the guilds.
- Arcane Lore. A guild of knowledge, and study of the planes and planets.
- Chandlers’ Guild. They hold a monopoly on making and selling candles, lamps, and the like.
- Charcoalers’ Guild. They deal in the sale of carcoal, coal, and in towns only, firewood.
- Clothiers’ Guild. The tailors, glovers and haberdashers as well as dressmakers.
- Courtesans’ Guild. Offering the wide range of erotic services.
- Embalmers’ Guild. The commercial preparation of corpses for burial.
- Glassworkers’ Guild. A rare and expensive art.
- College of Harpers. Accomplished musicians that both perform and create musical instruments.
- College of Heralds. The name for the place where they go to learn, and their art. They are the keepers of heraldry.
- Hideworkers’ Guild. They cure all types of hides and furs, and perform the leatherworking.
- Innkeepers’ Guild. They operate the inns and taverns, and manufacture and sell alcoholic beverages.
- Jewelers’ Guild. The goldsmith, silversmith, engravers and jewel-workers.
- Lexigraphers’ Guild. The makers and sellers of vellum, parchment scrolls, quills, inks and the like.
- Lia-Kavair Our family amongst us.
- Litigants Guild. An urban guild specializing in matters of law.
- Locksmiths’ Guild The makers and installers of keys, locks and lockboxes.
- Masons’ Guild The stonecutters, quarrymen, and stonelayers.
- Mercantylers’ Guild. The caravan masters, the traders, and the usurers.
- Metalsmiths’ Guild. The metalworkers (but not the weaponcrafters or jewellers).
- Millers’ And Millwrights’ Guild. The owners and operators of all mills and millings.
- Miners’ Guild. The miners.
- Ostlers’ Guild. The horse breaders, trainers, and sellers.
- Perfumers’ Guild. The makers of soap, perfume, incense, and such.
- Society of Physicians. The teachers, the healers, and the quacks.
- Pilots’ Guild. The ship’s navigators.
- Potters’ Guild. The makers of ceramic goods.
- Salters’ Guild. The refiners and sellers of salt, pickled and salted foods.
- Seamen’s Guild. The sailors.
- Shipwrights’ Guild. The makers of ships and sails.
- Tentmakers’ Guild. The makers of tents, awnings, pavillions and stall covers.
- Thespians’ Guild. The actors, puppeteers and mimes.
- Timberwrights’ Guild. The commercial loggers.
- Weaponcrafters’ Guild. The makers of weapons.
- Woodcrafters’ Guild. The crafters of wood.