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Posted 9/16/08
Righto!! welcum to mage class, which is all about mages!!! In this class, Im Kadiri ur teach, nice to meet cha. Right so introductions, once i get them ill start up the lesson, already kno wat it is... So who r u, y r u here and wat type of mage r u?
(i.e fire, water, earth, air, magma, ice, metal, storm etc....) mages r elemental so i need to kno!! if u want the wand waving class i suggest u transfer. ^^
Posted 9/17/08
hi i'm amaris
the reason why i'm here is because i want to learn how to become a better mage
type of mage? i don't really know (*stiill trying to find out*)
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Posted 9/17/08
Righto! Well since im bored, im starting class! The four main elements are pretty simple: Water, Fire, Earth Air.
they are like a big circle, each of them is conected to the other is sum way. Water and Fire are opposites, Water and Air are at peace, and water and earth are in a harmony, working together. Each of the elements is like dis, and when we combine them we get different things. Fire and Earth can make magma, glass and metal. Water and Air can make clouds, bubbles etc. Fire and Air can make lightning. For your first lesson, i want you to think all about how the elements are connected and what happens when you combine two or three of them together. Thats all! ^^
Posted 9/21/08
This looks fun, mind if i join?
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Posted 9/25/08

nisazidan wrote:

This looks fun, mind if i join?


lol i dont mind, just notify the head and go ahead. ^^
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Posted 9/25/08
i user alot a magic!
Posted 9/25/08
There are five major elements in the chinese philosophy
The elements are:

  • metal
  • wood
  • water
  • fire
  • earth

The doctrine of five elements describes two Cycles of Balance, a generating or creation cycle and an overcoming or destruction cycle of interactions between the phases.
Generating:
  • Wood feeds Fire
  • Fire creates Earth (ash)
  • Earth bears Metal
  • Metal carries Water (as in a bucket or tap)
  • Water nourishes Wood

Overcoming:
  • Wood parts Earth
  • Earth absorbs Water
  • Water quenches Fire
  • Fire melts Metal
  • Metal chops Wood

There are also two Cycles of Imbalance, an overacting cycle and an insulting cycle.

Oh, and there are also five major elements according to Japanese phylosophy: (in ascendinng order of power)
  • 地 Chi (sometimes ji) or tsuchi, meaning "Earth"
  • 水 Sui or mizu, meaning "Water"
  • 火 Ka or hi, meaning "Fire"
  • 風 Fū or kaze, meaning "Wind"
  • 空 Kū or sora, most often translated as "Void", but also meaning "sky" or "Heaven"


This what cha' want? Sorry if it's too long
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Posted 10/4/08
I have my black belt test coming up, so i am quitting all my teaching positions here, sorry. Nisadizen wonderful work. Anyways its postponed until a replacement can be found.
Posted 11/1/08
Hello im here for the lessons i want to be great at evry element
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