Vantalus Wrote:-Therians have their respective pecking orders.
-Angelics have the perfect, original, INTENDED government that cannot be used here on earth...which trying to comprehend can make you dizzy.
-Fae and elves...i could be wrong but isn't it division by clans, and then age/job, commune style?
-Vampires, Dragons, Demons, and the more violently inclined types of Kin may develop a definite "might means right" aspect, though further away from order than pecking orders, depending on the species. (i suspect dragon's have used this, but it eventually became pecking orders, and finally clans and age/job)
i definitely think that all kin separate themselves from one another, not only into small groups (clans, choirs, packs, etc.) but also into a social ladder of some sort. be they The Biggest B.A In Town, or The Creator Who Made Said B.A, there will always be those who lead and those who follow...because order demands that there must always be one who will stand up and start acting first, upon all opposing sides.
About Faes and Elves -- I suppose it would depend on the type of Fae and Elves... I'm not Elven-kin but I've seen them talk about it in a way that seems like there IS some division.
I don't think Demons actually have that big of a community-sense. In some types I see why there would be hierarchies, but for the most part they're highly chaotic beings and hierarchies just wouldn't go with that. From what I've seen, however, they DO seem to have different "roles", if this makes sense.
I'd think Weavers were an actual kin-type, as their role is highly important when regarding them.
But, yes, I suppose the existance (or lack) of social classes highly depends on the kin type and even whithin those I assume there can be lots of sub-divisions. For example, a Wolf therian might feel like they belong to a certain pack and have a certain role, but on the other hand a snake therian probably won't. Likewise, certain kin types tend to be on the strong-community-sense side (i.e. Angelics), while others might not have that big of a sense of community (i.e. Demons -- I'm just recalling a post that existed on OKA a while back, I think it was Kahoku who posted it, and it discussed how demons don't have a community sense as strong as, say, dragons).