Enchant - 04Wow, I'm pretty sure people can't get anymore miserable than that. Jas thought to herself, thinking over the story just told by Nick. Changing from a legitimate professor to a raging control-freak wasn't a good way for a man to be fired.Enchant - 04 by EMILYCATGIRL
"Honestly, I feel sorry for the poor guy." Nick said softly, "If only his wife was still alive, things would have been a lot easier for Ravenwood and everyone else."
There was a silence.
"Oh, well. I look forward to seeing you in class!" He waved as he turned to leave.
Jas stared after Nick until he disappeared around the corner; he was the first guy that was nice to her, and the first she'd actually spoken to. Over the past few hours, he'd been nice, polite and keeping the tour interesting with his great sense of humor. Jas wished she memorized his features from his smooth, violent crimson red hair to his amethyst eyes. Judging by his broad shoulders, he must be a really brawny fellow...
What am I thinking!? Jas slapped her foreh
Enchant - 03Chapter 3Enchant - 03 by EMILYCATGIRL
Jas tried waving the fog away as she coughed. She kept her eyes closed, just in case the fog got into her eyes. Jas grasped her backpack and took several steps back, until she somehow tripped on a peddle. She fell on her back and groaned in pain. Her hand suddenly felt something hard and rough.
Is this... cobblestone? She thought to herself, confused. She was indoor just a minute ago.
With the fog gone, Jas gawked at the sight. There was a big pond before her, surrounded with lush, short, glistening grass. The buildings here were old-fashioned, miniature towers. She gazed at the ground, each tile of the cobblestone road was like a puzzle piece, all connected to form a pattern that went along the other roads. Jas was pretty sure this place had summer all year, because even at night, she felt like she was gonna evaporate, or it was just her. Everything about this place was so European old-school, like Renaissance!
Calm down, Jas. She assured to herself. No one'
Fire is passion, the bright, burning flame of raw emotion sweeping over everything. Those who follow the School of Fire, known as Pyromancers, are tempestuous, very smart, quick to anger, and consumed by whatever drives them at that moment. They tend to walk a fine line, having great passion and enthusiasm for one's loves in life is good, but watch out! Passion can burn you up and consume you, leaving nothing but a charred husk of your former self. Pyromancers use Incantations to dominate and convince Fire creatures to do their bidding. The Fire School will train its student wizards to do damage over time. Fire Wizards pile on spells that will continually do damage to the enemy. Initially these spells will not do much damage, but they eventually stack for possible large amounts of damage in short amounts of time. Fire wizards also learn the ability to stun, which disables the enemy from acting for one turn. They can heal themselves enough to get by, but nothing substantial. Fire Magic traces its origins back to the fierce Fire Dragons, the race of Titans that ruled the land in the Days Before.
In the days of yore, there dwelled the Giants, the Tritons, and the most powerful of all, the Dragons. For many eons there was peace, that is until the Tritons and the Giants began to bicker on trivial matters. Finally, war broke out between the two sides and the Dragons became involved as the universe was threatened. In order for there to be peace, the Dragons used their great power to stop the war and the world became dormant and silent. Though the Dragons now sleep, Fire Magic, the most powerful of magics, comes from the essence that the Dragons released into fire and magma... As for today, the school had become more formal and organized under Professor Falmea. All Pyromancers should know that the school colors are red and orange while the gemstone is the Ruby.