Post by Brad-LaSpirits on Feb 29, 2008 22:22:29 GMT -5
CLASS I: This type of spectre is defined as an undeveloped form, insubstantial and difficult to see. The Class I's interaction with the physical environment is limited and enigmatic (i.e. lights, sounds, voices)
CLASS II: A ghost that begins to have actual visible characteristics and can physically manipulate things (i.e. poltergeist). Class II forms tend to be vague and inconsistent, like hands or a face just floating there.
CLASS III: When a ghost begins to take an actual distinct human form, its classified as a Class III. Class III's can often change their forms as well.
CLASS IV: When investigation reveals the former identity of a Class III, it is reclassified as a Class IV. Usually distinct from the chest down.
CLASS V: An ectoplasmic manifestation of definite but non-human form. Theory supposes that Class V's are formed from emotionally-charged events or locations.
CLASS VI: A non-human "animal" ghost.
CLASS VII: A Metaspectre with extra-dimensional powers far beyond human ken. Powers often include the ability to change form at will, dematerialize objects, summon pests, or possess people and animals just to name a few.