The knight is a paragon of virtue. Many virtues, for he is bound by sacred vow to follow the Code of Chivalry. Even prior to joining the Order of Twilight, he was already an exemplar with unyielding conviction, living by the principles of knighthood. Now, as an exacter of the ultimate truth, his higher calling makes him even more resolute. Knights draw strength from keeping to the Code, but internal conflict will weaken them should they stray from it. Over the course of a Mission knights can form attachments, which might cause them to expand the set of principles they follow.
The hunter is a strong fighter and especially dangerous from a distance, where his mastery of ranged weapons can shine without fear of retaliation. He thrives in new environments and uses his scouting skills to gain an upper hand by careful examination and preparation.
Shunned by society, the rogue embraces her solitary status and focuses on herself and the work there is to be done. Without strings or attachments to hold her back, she is free - and more importantly, willing - to do everything. Anything. The good and the bad, the beautiful and the ugly, the unimaginably foolish act of honour and the unthinkably despicable act of terror. “For the greater good of all” is a steep hill that the rogue alone has the mental fortitude to scale, and a slippery slope that only she has a mind agile enough not to ride all the way down into moral oblivion. Disregarding social convention and avoiding consequences makes her a dangerous tool once unleashed by the Council... or out of her own volition.