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SHM 201 Assignment 1Natia scowled down at the blank parchment as faint shadows created by the flitting candle flame at the corner of her desk danced on the pale writing surface. She had to write a song, but Natia was not a song writer. Sure, she had grown up singing the songs of her father's people and loved listening when her shaman father would sing blessings to the spirits, but those songs had always been written by someone else. Natia could write stories and poems well enough, but she would not think to attempt to put them to music."Great," she muttered. "This is going to be a disaster. Even if I do write something resembling a song, I'll have to sing this in front of the class. They're going to get a front row seat to my first failing grade."Coldie laughed, stretched out on her bed and reading some large text for one of her own assignments. She sat up, watching her roommate with a grin and stretched her arms above her head with a yawn."C'mon, Natia, we both know you w
OTW 104Class let out, and once more Natia found herself headed to familiar grounds. It almost seemed like a ritual of hers to go to the library as soon as she learned her latest assignment. Natia did not mind all the research her courses required of her. The subjects were, for the most part, new to her and she was inquisitive. She wanted to know as much as possible. And this assignment was more than mere research of facts, she would get the change to peruse literature of various cultures to observe how herbs were used in fables and such. Natia hoped to find some contemporary examples of herbs used in fiction as well, just for a point of comparison.The library, with its dimly lit stairs up to the Intermediate level, gave off an ominous air that Natia had become accustomed to with her frequent visits. The main lighting in the building was dim as well, but when Natia sat at one of the tables to study she found the light was ample enough for readin
RP: AwakeningAl:After Natia had passed out in the dungeon and her Spirit disappeared, Al wasted no time and hefted her onto his back and carried her up towards the nurses wing in the castle. At first, he'd considered bringing her to one of the teachers but an passing upperclassman had directed him to this wing where Natia was taken from him and poked and prodded by the odd staff, who assured Al that Natia would reawaken soon and nothing was physically wrong with her.Al then sat next to her bed and glanced around, figuring he should wait, in case she woke up and was still able to see spirits (because Spirits of the sick always seemed so horrible to Al) but after an hour or so, he'd fallen asleep as well and was bent over the back of the hard chair he'd been given.Natia:Natia stirred uneasily as the remnants of a lingering dream seemed to still haunt her, even though she couldn't quite remember the dream itself. Something about frightening faces, feeling surrounded, and a strange odor of decay re
OTW 101 Assignment 3OTW 101 Assignment 3Natia grinned when she had heard the assignment was to try an incantation at night. This was going to be fun. She has picked out a few simple incantations that she had already tried in her free time during the day and recorded her results. She suspected that under the moonlight these spells would be amplified. She was aware some incantations would work better in the daytime, so she was careful to pick a couple that clearly had a more nocturnal application.Finding a clearing a little ways into the forest, Natia decided to set up her circle where the moonlight would spill out over her. She wanted a clear line of sight to the moon to potentially amplify her incantations tonight. She drew her circle with a stick, carefully drawing out the runes she was using to address the spirits of the compass points and to cast protective charms to keep her safe while she was casting. She had chosen three incantations and she had high hopes
Potions 101 Assignment 3Potions 101 Assignment 3Class had been dismissed, and Natia rose from her seat deep in thought as she considered possible themes for the questions she would form for this assignment. She left the building, turning toward the academy's library. The library was Natia's favorite place to go and think about her assignments. She spent a good portion of her free time there, trying to learn as much as she could on the topics of her various assignments. As it was, she really wasn't planning on doing any more research on potion making, she had gathered a notebook full of various notes on the topic this semester both from class and assignment related research, as well as of notes she made on her own researching potion related topics. Today she was merely there to clear her head and reflect on what she had learned so she could formulate some decent questions.She nodded at the librarian as she walked in, offering a friendly smile as she passed and made her way to the potion section. She th
Shamanism 101 Assignment 3Shamanism 101 Assignment 3Natia stormed up to Professor Kazu after her released the class, fuming at the prospect of having yet another spirit to harass her. He sat at his desk, looking as though he was reviewing papers or something of that nature, but Natia was not fooled. She knew Kazu was well aware of her intent, yet it seemed Kazu was ignoring her approach all the same. Natia politely waited a few moments, half expecting Kazu to put the paper in his hands down and finally acknowledge her, but when no such thing happened she was hardly surprised. She cleared her throat and crossed her arms, forming her rebuke of this assignment in her head, trying to keep her sheer frustration out of her thoughts. Still Kazu acted as though Natia was not even in the room. Natia huffed, slamming her palms down on the dark polished desk, casting an equally dark scowl at her professor when he merely glanced up at her momentarily."Professor Kazu!" She nearly shouted in e