Yeah, yeah. Best to go over the types of Demi again, just incase they spring another test on you. Let's see... You're a recruit, so all you really need to worry on are the basic Ranged and Melee Demi.
Basic Ranged Demi tend to be heavy and slow, with medium grade armour and a light, six-shot rifle. Generally viewed as too slow and poorly armed to survive in close-combat. Then again, if you're skilled enough, the bayonette on the rifle can be down-right deadly.
Basic Melee Demi are almost the exact opposite, quick and lightly armoured, wielding a short blade and a buckler. They usually can take light damage, but if you come across anything meaner or bigger than an infantry squad, you're advised to back off.
Command types... Oh boy, sky's the limit! A Commander can commission the Mutes to forge them any sort of Demi they want, though most tend to be heavily armoured and fancy in their decoration and construction. You know, to show off to the troops who they're supposed to follow.
Hmmm... All that thinking made you hungry. You don't want to face the big day with an empty stomach. Onwards, to the cafeteria! You leave the barracks and cross the road, revelling in the cool morning air. Hah, just what you needed to wake up all the way. You step inside the mess hall, and make a beeline for the small buffet they have set up. What shall we eat, Mister McGraff?
Captcha, it's /tg/'s choice what they have to breakfast, even if the coadjo is nice this morning!