MYTH-601 Lessons

Lit by the flickering light of the floating candles, the Mythology classroom has undergone another of its numerous facelifts. This year -- or at least for this lesson -- the walls are adorned with tapestries which bear richly detailed geometric designs. You get the feeling they are better protected…

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Professor Morgan smiles as the students hurry into the classroom and take their seats, seemingly eager to continue their studies in Mythology. Hello again, my dears! I am glad to see that our discussions of the Qalupalik last class did not scare you away! We will be discussing more magical creatur…

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Eager to learn about a new culture, Professor Morgan’s students quickly enter the classroom and take their seats. Looking to the front, they see the professor standing in front of a huge tapestry, which is floating a few feet from the floor. The professor steps out of the way, revealing the i…

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Eager to learn about another culture’s myths, Professor Morgan’s students gather outside the door to her classroom. At the appointed hour, the students enter the room to take their seats, but instead stop in their tracks, a bit frightened by the image displayed at the front of the room.…

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Today, the floating candles that light the Mythology classroom cast eerie shadows on the walls which have been somehow enchanted to mimic paintings and scenes commonly found on ancient Mesoamerican structures. Students can pick out a variety of images: scenes of a vaguely familiar ball game complet…

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The walls of the classroom are still bedecked with painted scenes, though students can’t quite be sure if they’re the same ones. The same types of things are portrayed -- human sacrifices on pyramids, priests in elaborate headdresses, and ancient courtyards with ball games. Looking dire…

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In addition to the still present murals, the Mythology classroom bears a single book stand in the front of the classroom. Upon it, an ancient manuscript sits, cracked open to a nondescript page. The lighting in the Mythology room is even dimmer than normal, lit only by witchlight today, likely due …

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Rich fabrics drape the walls, doors, windows, and all flat surfaces in the Mythology room today. They bear intricate designs and colors ranging from the crispest white to deep, saturated tones of green, red, purple, yellow, and orange. Some of them also seem to be quite soft, based on the marvellin…

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Students enter the classroom today only to be greeted by a mountainous stack of papers perched ominously on the desk in the front of the room. However, everyone seems to know better than to ask Professor Wessex, barely visible over the top of the pile, any questions about them. The blonde woman pay…

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Year Six of Mythology will take you on a journey across the Americas, studying the myths of civilizations such as the Inuit, Navajo, Inca, and many more! A special focus this year will be on references to magical creatures - whether factual or fictional - and special magical abilities such as animagi and metamorphmagi that seem mythological to Muggles. You will be instructed by both Professors Morgan and Wessex this year - we look forward to seeing you in the classroom!
Course Prerequisites:
  • MYTH-501
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