In Dungeons and Dragons, some of the most important atributes of a character are the ability scores. There are 6 ability scores, for the six abilities. The abilities are Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom and Charisma.
When determining the scores for a character, I use the following procedure: Roll 4d6, drop the lowest, in any order. What this means is that I roll 4 six sided dice, ignore the lowest result, and sum the other 3. This is done 6 times. The resulting numbers are assigned to the abilities in any way I please.
The system I use for assigning scores to abilities is to assign the highest score to my character's most important skill, which depends on my character's class, assign the second highest score to Constitution, since everyone needs Constitution, and assign the other four scores arbitrarily.
Here's a table of the most important skills for various classes:
Bard - Charisma Cleric - Wisdom Druid - Wisdom Fighter - Stregth Monk - Wisdom Paladin - Charisma Rogue - Dexterity Sorcerer - Charisma Wizard - Intelligence
Challenge: I'll give you (as input) the first letter of my character's class (In uppercase). I'd like you to roll the abilities scores and assign them to the abilities as described above, and then output them in the order Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, Charisma.
Input: R Rolls: 4316 3455 3633 5443 2341 6122 Scores: 13 14 12 13 9 10 Ordering: Highest goes to dexterity. Second goes to Constitution. Output: 13 14 13 12 9 10 or Output: 9 14 13 10 12 13 or etc.
Output may be given in any format where the numbers are clearly separated and in the proper order.
Shortest code in bytes wins. Standard loopholes banned.