There are also a great many of heterodox, ‘wilder’ or ‘rogue’ approaches that don’t have a substantial backhistory – which deprives them of that substantial advantage. Wilder approaches still work, they just tend to be less successful and their followers tend to run into their power limit at a lower level. Also, in a world where each approach is vying with all others for followers, small and poorly established approaches readily find themselves targets of the orthodox approaches. Each wilder approach is unique, though a great many of them tend to be thaumaturgical, single-disciplinary, will-based (no aiding devices) and without too much structure. People who follow these may be called wilders, rogues or witches.