ALCH-301 Lessons

Professor Rosenquist flits around the classroom, setting up last minute decorations before her Third Year class arrives. Cat busts? Check. Anubis statues? Check. Even her personal collection of stone tablets and alchemical artifacts are set up on the laboratory tables in the back, but something see…

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“Oof!” exclaims Professor Rosenquist as she drops a small imitation bust of Alexander the Great onto her desk. With a determined huff, she turns around and gazes at the newly decorated room. It was certainly no easy task acquiring the decorations each week, but at least she could apprec…

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Professor Rosenquist is hanging the last of the drapes across the ceiling and down the walls with her wand. The floor is covered with a multicolored carpet adorned with an arabesque pattern. The chairs have been replaced with purple ottomans. With the room being dimmer than usual due to the drapes,…

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The walls are red with white patterns lining the corners and archways of the Alchemy classroom today. Yellow curtains are pulled back from the windows and doorways. There is a patterned rug in front of Professor Rosenquist’s desk. On the desk itself is a small collection of brass statues depi…

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Professor Rosenquist is happily gazing at her two foo dog statues she transfigured out of chairs. Casting a simple levitation charm, she sends them to sit at both sides of the doorway to the classroom. Paper lanterns hang from the ceiling and scrolls of artwork hang on the walls. Each table has a r…

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This week, different wooden animal masks adorn the walls of the Alchemy classroom. Several potted plants are scattered around the room and four giraffe statues stand by the entrance of the classroom. A stack of small hand instruments, such as djembes and mbiras, are neatly piled in a corner. The fl…

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There are suits of armor lining the walls of the Alchemy classroom today. In fact, they look very similar to the ones found in the hallways. The walls have medieval-style murals painted closer to the ceiling. The chairs seem to be replaced with fancier dining chairs that also resemble some from ano…

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Professor Rosenquist is struggling with the long Renaissance-style dress she has opted to wear today instead of her robes. She’s pretty tall in general but this dress seems to be taller. Waving her wand around a simple light fixture hanging from the ceiling, she transfigures it into an elabor…

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The classroom is back to normal today. The only decorations are the ones that are usually there. Professor Rosenquist looks overly enthused as she drops a huge stack of papers on her desk. With a skip in her step, she grins as the last student files into the classroom. “Here is our final sto…

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Venturing across the world and traveling through time are two great aspirations. Why not do both? This year we will be observing Alchemy in different cultures and how it evolved over time. We will be looking at places such as Egypt, China, Europe, and more! Come join us in a hypothetical vacation away from the castle.
Course Prerequisites:
  • ALCH-201
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