Adventurer (冒険者, Bōken-sha) is a term that is associated with individuals who undertake official quests offered by the Adventurer's Guild.
Adventurers are individuals registered under the Adventurer's Guild, regardless of race or ethnicity, whom undertake quests offered from the Adventurer's Guild and complete them in exchange for a monetary reward.
The nature and fatality of these requests can vary, from monster subjugation, escort, investigation, etc. To ensure that the adventurers are fairly compensated, there is a bare minimum sum that has to offered, by the poster of the said quest, as stipulated in the Association's rules and regulations.
It is not compulsory for an adventurer to form a party, as certain adventurers are well known to be able fend for themselves and manage alone. However, the likelihood of survival and success in carrying out quests would increase should they form a party.
Upon filling out the adventurer sheet, newly registered adventurers are bestowed with a dog tag-like plate, stamped with the Adventurer's Guild logo. The material of the tag serves as both an identification with the individual's personal details inscribed behind and a testament of their official rank.
As adventurers are the face the Adventurer's Guild, the rank assigned to them during a promotion interview is made based on a variety of factors, such as their trustworthiness and ability in completing quests.
Adventurers are identified by the rank officially assigned to them by the Association of the Adventurer's Guild. An adventurer's rank is recognized by the material used in one's licensed tag. The rank of Adventurers ascends from Rank 10 to Rank 1.
Furthermore, the material for tag is made depending on one's rank as an adventurer. All newly registered adventurers of the Adventurer's Guild are given the lowest rank which is Rank 10: Porcelain. However, as an adventurer's rank increases, so does the material of their tag.
- Rank 10: Porcelain (白磁, Wakuji)
- Rank 9: Obsidian (黒曜, Kokuyō)
- Rank 8: Steel (鋼鉄, Kōtetsu)
- Rank 7: Sapphire (青玉, Seigyoku)
- Rank 6: Emerald (翠玉, Suigyoku)
- Rank 5: Ruby (紅玉, Kōgyoku)
- Rank 4: Bronze (銅, Dō)
- Rank 3: Silver (銀, Gin)
- Rank 2: Gold (金, Kin)
- Rank 1: Platinum (白金, Hakkin)
List of Known Adventurers
- Noble Fencer
- Dwarf Shaman
- Female Knight
- Goblin Slayer
- Heavy Swordsman
- High Elf Archer
- Lizard Priest
- Sword Maiden (Former)
- Fighter (Former)
- Warrior (Deceased)
- Wizard (Deceased)
- Noble Knight (Deceased)
- Rhea Ranger (Deceased)
- Elf Wizard (Deceased)
- Human Monk (Deceased)
- Many novice adventurers die on their first mission, mostly due to underestimating their targets, like goblins.
- The Adventurer's Guild tag is also used to corroborate the said-person's identity if anything happens to him or her. Should the body of a deceased Adventurer be rendered unrecognizable, the tag will serve as an identification.
- Only heroes are allowed to become platinum-ranked. There have only been 16 adventurers known to have reached this rank, the most recent of which is a female paladin.