Of course! I actually laid out all of the schools of magic in this neat little post on Tumblr: :3
If you have any more questions about it, please let me know, I’ll be happy to answer! And in case anyone is curious, battle magic, healing, and elemental magic fall under astral magic, conjuring, binding, and transformative magic fall under arcane magic, and divination, enchantment, and healing fall under psionic magic. These are invisible stats that you don’t really need to worry about too much, but how it works is that a battle mage (someone who uses primarily astral-type magic) is more likely to be good at the other schools that fall under the same type (healing or elemental), though this isn’t at all a guarantee. They all just have certain affinities with each other!
Many times! Dragon Age: Origins is my favorite game and I’m embarrassed to say I know way too much about it and the other games in the Dragon Age series. Dragon Age is how I model the social element of Shepherds of Haven!
Dragon Age is probably one of the most popular western RPG video game series, along with Elder Scrolls and the Witcher. It’s a franchise made by Bioware, the same developers of Mass Effect and Knights of the Old Republic, and the first one (Dragon Age: Origins) takes heavy cues from Baldur’s Gate–another extremely popular RPG (though much older). I’d recommend it to anyone who loves fantasy and choice-driven games!