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Military Dwarfs Edit

Sprite Name References
Male Female
Axedwarf
Hammerdwarf
Macedwarf
Marksdwarf
Shielddwarf (?)
Speardwarf
Swordsdwarf
Lasher
Pikedwarf
Wrestler
Elite Axedwarf
Elite Hammerdwarf
Elite Macedwarf
Elite Marksdwarf
Elite Shielddwarf
Elite Speardwarf
Elite Swordsdwarf
Elite Wrestler
Elite Lasher
Elite Pikedwarf
Champion




























Civilian Dwarves Edit

Sprite Name References
Male Female
Peasant
Child
Baby
Drunk
Thief
Master Thief
Clerk
Druid
Taxcollector
Baron
Miner
Slave
Administrator
Guild Representative
Executioner
Baron Consort
Woodworker
Carpenter
Woodcutter
Prisoner
Shopkeeper
Trader
Merchant
Merchant Baron
Philosopher
Count/Countess
Stoneworker
Engraver
Mason
Architect
Diplomat
Merchant Prince
Advisor
Count Consort
Ranger
Animal Caretaker
Animal Trainer
Hunter
Trapper
Animal Dissector
Outpost Liason
Captain of the Guard
Alchemist
Duke/Duchess
Metalsmith
Furnace Operator
Weaponsmith
Armorer
Blacksmith
Metalcrafter
Dungeon Master
Duke Consort
Jeweller
Gem Cutter
Gem Setter
Priest/Priestess
King/Queen
Craftsman
Woodcrafter
Stonecrafter
Leatherworker
Bonecarver
Weaver
Clothier
Glassmaker
Strand Extractor
High Priest/Priestess
King Consort
Fishery Worker
Fisherman
Fish Dissector
Fish Cleaner
Farmer
Cheese Maker
Milker
Cook
Thresher
Miller
Butcher
Tanner
Dyer
Planter
Herbalist
Brewer
Soap Maker
Potash Maker
Lye Maker
Wood Burner
Engineer
Mechanic
Siege Engineer
Siege Operator
Pump Operator
Surgeon

(Likely added

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The above is likely incomplete, and is compiled from Seuss' sprite list from the forums as well as current "complete' graphics sets (such as Dystopian Rhetoric).


Some nice person should probably split the nobility out of this list and make a new list.  Potentially also create a new page entitled "Races" or some such and move this there, leaving this page for wildebeasts and the like.


References will be posted, likely based on Sphr's work.  Sphr designed his sprites such that each individual one could be uniquely recognised at a glance: something I believe that Stonesense should aspire to achieve.