When manipulating the raw aether of Aetheria druids have a mental preference towards one of two major classes and most commonly find they cannot choose the opposite class of manipulation. They tend to experience great difficulty doing more than the basics within the other class at best.
The manipulation of the surrounding aether to create objects and pockets of stability. Includes the disciplines of:
- Creation – can create solid objects including structures and food directly from the aether. Is in opposition to Dissolution.
- Stabilisation – can protect small areas from the chaos of the surrounding aether. Is in opposition to Ruination.
The manipulation of the surrounding aether to destroy or dissolve objects. Includes the disciplines of:
- Dissolution – can cause objects to simply dissolve into the aether, does not work on the living. Is in opposition to Creation.
- Ruination – can cause an increase in the chaotic nature of the aether in a certain location, often with a slightly directed outcome. Is in opposition to Stabilisation.
Using differing strategies either class may use their abilities to propel themselves and objects through Aetheria.