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Nobles have enormous freedom to choose their occupations. In the same noble house, there might be a military commander, a priest of the Pantheon, a judge, a diplomat, and a lord who holds the fealty for thousands and wields enormous political power. For the purposes of a vocation, however, simply selecting 'noble' means it is a landowning noble who is primarily concerned with managing the obligations of their nobility in politics and governance. This does not preclude the noble from exploring other endeavors at all, it simply means their starting focus was on land management, diplomacy, governing their bannermen and commonfolk, and treading the political waters of the Assembly of Peers for their house.