ANST-701 Lessons

Eagerly anticipating another year of studies in Professor Morgan’s sixth-floor classroom, the students gather outside of the door a few minutes before class begins. At the appointed hour, the doors open and the students flow into the classroom like a wave. All traces of the previously studie…

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The students quickly take their seats in Professor Morgan’s classroom, their eyes drawn to the top of the professor’s desk. A long, thin sword with a slight curve in the blade rests gently on the desk. Professor Morgan notices the students’ interest and smiles. Traditional Ja…

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Upon entering the classroom, Professor Morgan’s students are beckoned towards the professor’s desk. They circle around and are immediately fascinated by the large, jade-coloured sculpture on her desk. Do not fear, dears - I can assure you that this statue is not in the least bit magi…

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As the students take their seats in Professor Morgan’s classroom, they notice a second witch at the front of the room. Petite, with short, dark hair, she smiles kindly at the students. Curious as to who she is and why she is here, the students turn their attention to Professor Morgan. Hello …

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The students take their seats in Professor Morgan’s classroom, albeit a bit nervously, for they know that the time of their midterm is almost at hand. They watch as Professor Morgan descends from her office, a large stack of parchment in her arms. She carefully places the pages on her desk, t…

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The students enter Professor Morgan’s classroom and quietly take their seats. They immediately notice that the Professor is sitting on the edge of her desk, hands resting gently in her lap, with a bit of a sad look on her face. Her usual start-of-class antics are nowhere to be seen. Glancing…

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The students enter the Ancient Studies classroom to find Professor Morgan levitating an enormous globe above her desk. Slowly, the globe rotates, showing the various oceans and continents of planet Earth, and then finally settles and stops over the Pacific Ocean and the continent of Australia. The…

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Ready for another adventure, the students quickly take their seats in Professor Morgan’s classroom. The professor waits patiently as they settle down, then whips out her wand with one hand and holds up a strange, carved figure in the other. With a quick flick of her wand, the figure begins to…

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Professor Morgan welcomes the students into her classroom with a smile. She seems a bit sad, and the students note that many of her trinkets and treasures have been tidied up for the year. Once everyone has settled into their seats, she whips out her wand and levitates the last remaining item on he…

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Year Seven of Ancient Studies takes us once again across an ocean - this time the Pacific, to Asia and Oceania. Our studies will focus on familiar civilizations such as the Japanese, Chinese, Indian, and Australian Aborigine, as well as the lesser known - but equally fascinating - cultures of the Maori and Rapa Nui. These civilizations all have a history interwoven with magical practice and beliefs, and will round out our discussions on the major civilizations of the planet.
Course Prerequisites:
  • ANST-601
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