You'll Be In My Heart It was sunny day, Anna was walking with her uncle in the forest. Van Kleiss wanted show Anna some special place for her. He led her to the edge of the forest. Anna was curious.More Like This
"What you want show to me?" Anna asked.
"Wait please. You will see it." He go forward.
At the edge was very beautiful, grass, flowers and easy shadow from trees, he call her go to see it, Anna was excited, she look around, Anna feel so calm...
"So beautiful." Anna said.
"Your mother likes this place..." He said.
"Really?" Anna look on her uncle, smiled.
"She was here often... And here your parents will meet each other."
"How they meet?" She asked again.
"They studied together at university..." Van Kleiss said.
"I miss them sometimes..." She look down.
"I'm so sorry make your this... pain..."
"But it's okey now, not the pain that was before... I am recovered somehow..." Anna smiled gently.
Anna hugged him tightly.
"It's ok now..." She said.
I promised your mother take care about you...
"I love you."
Necromancy Assignments - MaySORRY FOR THE DELAY.More Like This
You can take up to 7th of june to complete these.
What was that? The silence of an empty classroom upon early arrival before started classes? No. No it wasn't. He was late as ever, or even more so. And it was surprising to see his students still there, or the maturity of, rather.
Not even wasting time in saying sorry, just an apologetic smile.
"Let's not waste more time, shall we?" And who's fault was that? At least the dark clad professor had his classes ready on time, regardless of at what time he arrived to them.
NEC 101 Spiritual Communication
"Last class we were part of a seance. Now this was not your typical seance, not the ones we are use to seeing in movies, books, or even practiced by mediums now a days. I am not saying that there is a wrong way to do it, but there are more practical ways that allow you to have more control over what you are doing th
May Shadowmancy 103/4, 201/3"Color me impressed that some of you actually did your work last month." Slowly, Kaine clapped, the sound echoing around the large auditorium. "As for the rest of you, you know how it goes. Fail this month, and I won't bother even letting you into my room next month. So don't even try."More Like This
With narrowed eyes, Kaine hummed. "Let's try something new today, too." And just like that, the shadows of the room overtook the flickering lights of the fire and torches. All that was left as a light source now was the moonlight streaming in from the window. Ignoring the shifts and murmurs of the students, Kaine began the lessons.
Why be in shadowmancy if you were afraid of the dark, anyway?
SHD 103: Shadowstalking
SHD 104: The Shadow Realm
"The assignments will go hand in hand this month, to benefit the one student who has done anything for 104." Crossing his arms, he sat on his desk, a leg over the other. "Shifting
Magical Linguistics Assignments - May "Welcome back, everyone. I trust your first month of assignments went well? There were several students that surprised me with how impressive their level of work was..." The Magical Linguistics professor was quick to give his students praise once they had made their way into the classroom, and his yellow eyes were bright with an appraising sort of pleasure as he looked them all over. Last month Razik had seemed friendly, but this month his happiness was nearly tangible, and he was beaming at all of his students as if he were a proud parent. Which he was, but still, that wasn't the point.More Like This
"I do have some good news and bad news for you all. Which would you like to hear first?" The kelpie paused in order to allow his students to stew in an uncomfortable sort of nervousness, and his ears twitched in amusement as he watched them shift about in their seats. With a chuckle, he continued, "The good news is that next month I have decided to give you all t
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“To light up…” Hugo looked at the written word on the otherwise blank paper. One word, that’s it. “To enlighten…”
“You are going to fail,” a far too familiar voice snorted behind him. He shook his head and glanced at his familiar, a huge grin spreading across his face. “It should have some faith in me, no?”
He had started to get used to his familiar by now. The creature’s never-ending taunts and remarks was now a part of his everyday life, and was even helping him to stay motivated during his studies. Hugo wanted to show him so badly that he could succeed, and Eztiroth’s lack of belief in him only spurred him on further. That, and the fact that he wanted to do good in magical linguistics, even if he didn’t study this course under Professor Razik.
“This Neos boy seems nice. Very pretty eyes it has…” The student smirked and turned back to his piece of paper. “Let’s t
Magic Linguistics - Assorted AssignmentsLIN 101More Like This
Wow. Sinclair had sat in these chairs before -- for four whole years, to be exact -- but the weirdness level had increased by a factor of a million when he realized that Neos would be teaching this class instead of Razik. The blood demon rubbed the side of his nose with a look of displeasure as he watched the student teacher enter late. He swore he might have seen a flicker of emotion on Neos's face in realization that he'd have to teach his classmate, but Sinclair ultimately didn't care. In fact, it was kind of fun to see the discomfort on the other's face. He still remembered when the two of them had to do an assignment together in their earlier years, and the thought made him smirk.
Neos was babbling about some sort of word in an elven language. Sinclair paid half attention to him, enough that he wrote down the word on the blackboard for study later. The spell seemed simple enough to him, and creating small balls of light would be easy. He was already handling complex