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    PostSubject: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:51 am

    The first class had gone well, and Codey was much more relaxed as the start of the other class neared. ‘Health and Habitat’ was closely related to the other one, and as such, he had decided to take on both, so that he would be able to cover more about the same species of dragon, rather than have another Professor teach them things they already knew. Perched once again on his desk, he waited for the students to arrive, another piece of paper on the desks, but this time, in exact numbers. Since this was a separate subject, he wanted to see what they knew, and had also prepared a quiz for them to answer. The board beside his desk held similar instructions as the previous time.

    On each desk is a sheet of paper with 2 questions. Please find your seat and answer as thoroughly as you can. You have 15 minutes, after which, nothing else can be written; the paper is charmed, so do not bother trying to cheat. If you complete it earlier, you may pass it up. No discussing or talking until everyone has finished. I expect at least a short paragraph for the first question, and at least two for the second. Do not copy word for word from your textbooks.

    Smirking to himself as he mentally went through the questions he had set, he waited for students to arrive, wondering how well they would do this time.

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    [b]1) What are some problems you would expect a dragon to have, health wise? (Details not necessary, just name and brief description):[/b]

    [b]2) Which areas of the world do dragons inhabit, where do they dwell (mountains, valleys, etc), and what kind of problems would each location offer when it comes to dealing with wild dragons, as a qualified dragon trainer?:[/b]

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Sun Nov 30, 2014 6:11 pm

    His brain hurt just at the thought of going to another class. He knew that it was Professor Ellingston and he knew he was already screwed. It was almost unfair how little he felt once he entered the classroom. This was potions class all over again, just crueler because it was a topic he enjoyed greatly. Pushing the door almost tentatively, he inwardly cursed realizing that he was the first one again. And there was the professor, perfectly placed at his desk. He halfheartedly waved at the man and plopped himself down, staring at the paper. If he was a weaker man he would start weeping, but he wasn't He was a Bailey and they didn't cry over stupid things.

    Turning over the paper he began to read the questions and powered through. Failing be damned, he was too tired to care anymore. Next week he'd be better prepared. At least he hoped so.

    1) What are some problems you would expect a dragon to have, health wise? (Details not necessary, just name and brief description):

    Tapping the plastic part of the quill against his chin he thought. His fingers tapped against the table. Well dragons were basically reptiles right? They could face something similar to what smaller creatures dealt with right? Shrugging he began to write.

    Dragon health problems like pox virus. They get these spots on their scales and is shown from bacteria and skin lesions on their skin. Usually involves them losing pigment in their ski and makes them sick. Also habitat change can affect dragons. Dragons are cold blooded like any other reptile, and with sunlight change, can tire them out and not to mention their prey.

    At the second question, his eyes brightened. He thanks his mother for ranting on about the dangers about him taking the major. He recited what his mother had yelled at him for as he wrote down the things.

    2) Which areas of the world do dragons inhabit, where do they dwell (mountains, valleys, etc), and what kind of problems would each location offer when it comes to dealing with wild dragons, as a qualified dragon trainer?:
    Mountains create a problem for wizards and witches because the air is thinner and the lack of oxygen creates an out of breath feeling fairly quickly when training. It can caught lightheadedness and with an environment as treacherous it can cause imminent death. Also since dragons know their environment the trainers can become prey if they're not careful.

    Putting his quill down, he didn't feel as broken down as he did in the previous class. Perhaps this was a better lesson for him. He tried not to be too confident, so as the fifteen minutes passed he couldn't change a thing even if he wanted to.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:39 pm

    The first student in, was the same as the last time, and Codey decided a smile wouldn't hurt, since they already knew each other. "Mr. Conner," he said quietly, watching the boy take his seat. Keeping an eye on him the entire time, he, once again, kept his expression neutral, although he was slightly disappointed that the boy had written so little for the second question. This time, instead of summoning the paper to him, after the 15 minutes were up, he himself went over, picking up the paper and scanning it.

    Letting out a tiny, 'hmm', he put back down the paper, spinning it to face Conner. Wordlessly, he removed his wand and waved it over the sheet, removing the spell. Still not making any other noise, he picked up the wizard's quill and, without so much as blinking, underlined, "which areas of the world" on question 2. Gently putting down the quill, he turned sharply and moved back to his desk. Only when he was seated on it did he look towards his student giving him a nod, and motioned with his hand to write.

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:02 pm

    Humphrey walked into class and gave a small wave to the other student there before finding his seat. The young man quickly scanned the paper on the table in front of him and got out his inkpot and quill, clearly the man wasn't one for wasting time. Tapping the end of the feather against his cheek, he frowned in thought while he looked at the questions. It didn't take too long for some of the studying he'd done before class though to pop back into his head, and he started writing down his answers.

    1) What are some problems you would expect a dragon to have, health wise? (Details not necessary, just name and brief description):

    Mouth rot is when a yellow-white substance appears in and around the mouth of your dragon. It can cause swelling and even teeth to come loose sometimes. Often it caused the dragon to have a decreased appetite. If found, you should definitely take it in to get checked out.

    Another problem dragons sometimes have is called Metabolic Bone Disease. This can be caused by a lack of calcium, vitamin d3, and or phosphorus, causing a weakening of the bones in the dragon. Signs of this are: Bumps in the legs that you can feel/see, twitches, ticks, spasms, or tremors, bumps in the vertical columns of the back and tail, a swollen bottom jaw, and jerky movements.

    2) Which areas of the world do dragons inhabit, where do they dwell (mountains, valleys, etc), and what kind of problems would each location offer when it comes to dealing with wild dragons, as a qualified dragon trainer?:

    One part of the world dragons inhabit is New Zealand and Australia. The Antipodean Opaleye is native to here, and tends to live in valleys whereas most dragons choose to live on mountains. Opaleyes aren't particularly aggressive, and are one of the easier breeds to train. A problem you could come across dealing with wild dragons in valleys is that if there are farms in the area. You would have to make sure they don't burn or eat animals from the herds in the surrounding areas.


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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:15 pm

    The second student arrived shortly after, and Codey watched with surprisingly emotionless eyes, a trait he had perfected over the years. "Good morning, Mr. Humphrey," he said in a soft tone that held just a tint of coldness, and despite the volume at which he had said it, the words seemed to echo around the place. Codey was a stickler for manners, and was quick to latch upon those who didn't use them; but Codey was also fair, so he never harboured grudges, and if a person learnt from their mistakes, he let it go.

    Observing the boy begin to write, he waited until the fifteen minutes were up before repeating his previous actions and approaching the table. Simply glancing down, he did not bother to speak, instead removing his wand and waving it over the paper yet again, removing the spell that blocked the wizard from writing. Giving it another flick, this time in the direction of the whiteboard, he didn't need to turn to know that the words, "at least two for the second" had just been underlined.

    Tapping a finger on the second question, he commented quietly, "Bonus marks for being specific about which dragon, but more taken away for disobeying instructions, if you wish to pass up now." Without waiting for an answer, he turned and moved back to his desk, calmly seating himself on top once again. Looking back over at Humphrey, he nodded with a small smile, encouraging him wordlessly to continue writing.

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Tue Dec 02, 2014 3:24 am

    Jaycie slipped quietly into the classroom, in a ghostly manner that was somewhat her own and had been unconsciously honed for years on end. She found an isolated desk and sat herself down, noting the paper. Immediately she assumed they were running another quiz similar to the last class, and she once more pulled out her self-inking quill. Jaycie glanced up once to scan the front of the room and made eye contact with the Professor on accident. She immediately ducked her head and began to write.

    1) What are some problems you would expect a dragon to have, health wise? (Details not necessary, just name and brief description):
    Physical injuries: whether they are accidental, inflicted by other dragons or by spells, whilst dragon hide is impervious to many things it does not make them invincible. Other things to expect are irregularities in their fire breathing, which could be caused by any number of infections or build-ups of soot, and any number of internal disruptions or hormone imbalances, ranging from bone structure to brain function to poor diet choices and indigestion.

    2) Which areas of the world do dragons inhabit, where do they dwell (mountains, valleys, etc), and what kind of problems would each location offer when it comes to dealing with wild dragons, as a qualified dragon trainer?:
    Dragons have been found all over the world, as far south as New Zealand and in various places across Europe and Africa. They live in a variety of habitats and, depending on their species, reside in places ranging from active volcanoes to expansive forests and valleys. There are a few species who dwell near caves and others that are best suited to mountainous terrain with high peaks, such as the Catalonian Fireball.

    Of course, the dragons themselves are the first prominent risk of any location, but threats can come in the tactical possibilities of the area. Mountainous terrain is difficult to navigate and, if high enough, the air is thinner and more difficult to breathe - a risk to cognitive functionality, a vital neccessity to working with dragons. Active volcanoes are dangerous enough on their own, as they are highly volatile, destructive and unpredictable elements of nature. They in themselves are self explanatory. As for habitats of valleys and the like, a dragon has a lot more freedom in these areas than a Dragon Trainer, who is closed in by the ravine walls and possibly surrounded by thick forrest or deep waters.

    Jaycie finished with plenty of time to spare this time, and set her quill down gently on the desk beside her.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Wed Dec 03, 2014 6:41 pm

    Favouritism was not something that Codey approved of, but that did not mean he was completely impartial. True, there were a few students in his class that he thought would fair better than others in certain aspects, and there was the odd girl that would either buck up or fail - already he did not like her - but all that happened on the inside. Professionalism was something he took very seriously, and as such, his outward appearances always remained neutral, no matter who came in.

    Watching the next student - Jaycie - enter class, he did not move, nor offer a smile when she caught his eyes, although that part he was sure was an accident. As she began to write, he started a mental countdown. Two questions versus the ten from the other class would be much easier, especially for an older student.

    When she put down the quill, he got up at once, walking over to check her paper. This time, he did not bother to lift it up, instead reading it backwards from where he stood, in front of her desk. There was nothing to correct; she had followed his instructions to the dot, which was what he had expected from her, so he was not particularly impressed.

    "It seems you still have time. How would you feel about adding a paragraph to solve the problems stated here?" he said quietly, resting a finger on the last part of her answers. "No extra time, of course, seeing as you are not a first year." Turning back around, he didn't bother waiting for a reply as he went back to his desk. Two more students and then he could begin this lesson.

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Fri Dec 05, 2014 4:37 am

    Rhian was glad to note that she was rather on time for her next class. As she opened the door, she noticed she definitely wouldn't be the first one. Hopefully, she wouldn't be the last either. As much as she would like to think that academy professors would be above favoritism and all that, she could understand them growing to dislike a student if they were constantly tardy. She didn't want to be that student.

    Taking a seat more akin to her liking this time, still the second row, but more towards the middle, she caught sight of the boy from the pub. Her eyebrow rose in curiosity. She'd seen him in the other class, but it still surprised her that he was in her major. Something about him had struck her for an Auror, or Cursebreaker. She didn't know why, though.

    With a small smile at the professor, she felt her unease from the morning relaxing. Even if he was a professor, and a stern one, it seemed, she got the feeling that he'd be fair. At least in what mattered. Turning to her paper, she flipped it over and started working.

    1) What are some problems you would expect a dragon to have, health wise? (Details not necessary, just name and brief description):

    Captivity could greatly harm a dragon, in regards to it's health. Cleanliness of it's surroundings, proper diet, and proximity to other dragons could lead to physical and mental issues. Most of this is caused by dragon trainers (or others) that don't take a dragon's natural habitat into consideration. Animals choose the best habitat and diet for themselves, and this needs to be adhered to for maximum health, as well as social dynamics amongst a large group.

    2) Which areas of the world do dragons inhabit, where do they dwell (mountains, valleys, etc), and what kind of problems would each location offer when it comes to dealing with wild dragons, as a qualified dragon trainer?:

    Many originate in Europe, with a number across Asia. Some, like the Opaleye, live further south (i.e. Australia). Mountains are very popular for dragon habitats, as it offers isolation that is easily accessible by flight. Valleys are best for those that usually have a diet of small mammals that are kept on farms.

    From a tactical standpoint, the air and accessibility of mountain dwelling dragons could be an easily overcome obstacle, with the right spells in use (i.e. Bubblehead charm, brooms, etc). The real issue is mountains is when the dragon knows them better than the wizard. Fields and valleys pose a more human threat. Whether that means harm to the dragons, or to the humans, neither is good. If a dragon gets out of control, in any setting, reaction speed is a key survival tactic for any trainer.

    Laying down her quill, she read through her answers. She wasn't the most eloquent, that was for certain. Her back ground was probably a bit different than those around her, but she wouldn't apologize for that. The good thing about creatures...they didn't care who you used to be. Only who you are.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:45 am

    Humphrey flushed a little upon realizing he'd made a mistake with his second answer, he should have erred on the side of more not less. Always make sure to check the blackboard, well whiteboard in this case, you idiot. There were other species and their habitats that he knew about to write on, so when the professor gave him a nod to go ahead and add some more on to his answer he took the opportunity gratefully. Not every teacher would be so gracious about it and he was going to take full advantage. Dipping his quill in the inkpot, he began to write once more in his precise cursive script. Printing was something he only did on official forms when it specifically requested it, because his cursive was both neater and quicker to write.

    Another dragon species is one we are more likely to come across, as they are in native to Wales. The Common Welsh Green is the dragon I'm referring to. They tend to nest up in the higher mountains, where they are most comfortable. One of the reasons they enjoy it there is the acess to eat sheep and other small mammals that are native to the area. There is actually a specific reservation set aside to preserve their habitats, which is one of the reasons that they are still so numerous. Not all species are as lucky to have their homes protected as the Welsh Greens.

    Finishing up, he looked over the information to make sure it was what he recalled from his book. Everything seemed to be in order, and he sat back in his chair and stretched his hands out behind his head. His back gave a small crack when he did, causing Humphrey to look around hoping nobody had heard him. It wouldn't do to distract others while they were trying to concentrate on their answers.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Fri Dec 05, 2014 5:10 pm

    Jaycie watched calmly as Professor Ellingston wandered over to read her answers. She was partly amused and partly intrigued when he didn't bother to turn her sheet around, instead reading it upside down. Having enough trouble reading things as they were, Jay knew she'd never figure out how to read inverted language. After a moment, he tapped her page and instructed her to expand on what she'd written. Jaycie blinked, somewhat surprised, but did not hesitate to lift her quill once more the second he'd left her desk.

    Squeezing her addition in down the bottom of the parchment, Jaycie's quill flew across the sheet. She wanted to get her extension done before time ran out.

    For a dragon trainer working in the aforementioned habitats, it is important to know the terrain and be prepared for any complications. It would be foolish to enter a dragon's territory without first knowing the easiest routes for escape, and places of tactical advantage over the beast. For example, valleys and forrests - whilst enclosed areas - provide various hiding locations for shelter, and swift exits when needed. When tackling volcanic habitats, a trainor should arm themselves with powerful healing spells and freeze charms, in case of emergencies, and be prepared to disapparate at any moment. Broomsticks can be used to access hard-to-reach locations in mountain ranges, though it would not be wise to take living modes of flight transportation in case the dragon develops an appetite.

    Jaycie found her mind bubbling with ideas, but she'd run out of time. There was so much more she could have added to that paragraph. However, she was happy with what she'd written, and found herself quite glad for the extension task. It was less boring now that her mind was buzzing with problem solving thoughts.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Tue Dec 09, 2014 3:36 am

    Rhian entered the class and he dared to offer her a tiny smile, waiting for her to finish before approaching her desk and glancing her work over. There was no time - or need - to correct her work and he simply gave her a nod and picked it up summoning the others as he did so. Noting that there was still one more to arrive, he shrugged it off - it wasn't a student who seemed to care about his work, and as such, he did not bother to care about her, either.

    This class was much easier than his previous one, because introductions were done and over with - he could start without the need to go through lengthy introductions and what not. Placing their papers in a pile on his desk, he turned to face them. "Once again, the purpose of the quiz was not to grade you, but rather, to get you thinking. This class will, unfortunately, be more of theory based, and only towards the end, when and if I feel you are all ready, we may take a trip or two to dragon reserves."

    Looking over the students, he smiled. "Okay, first things first - I want a brief report of how you are doing with your egg, one at a time. When everyone is done, I would like you to, once again, take turns to voice your worries about raising them - health wise, such as what problems you foresee coming. The rest of you, try your best to provide solutions, answers, to solve these problems, as well as raise any you yourself see. Please do keep in mind the specific dragon you have, not problems in general."

    [[OOC: I am going away for camp come Thursday, so I will not be on. Please don't wait for me to reply before the next person can post, and you may GM Codey asking for the next person to speak (and that only!). Also, Dawn, Jaycie should talk about the one she actually received (i.e. the Vipertooth) and not the one Codey told her to talk about in the previous class. Smile]]

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Sat Dec 27, 2014 11:36 pm


    Conner had already messed up with his answers, being overall careless about all of it. But he knew he had to do better, he had to just all over the place. The moving, the change of perspective, and this being his second year shook him up a bit. But he needed to try, especially with every single person just succeeding faster than he ever could. When he had received the egg, he had been nervous to take it to the flat, for a brief moment wondering what Ben would do if he got his mitts on his precious egg. There were many things that happened to him since getting the egg.

    For one thing was the heating bill going up. He couldn't help it; he needed Charles, the Chinese fireball egg, to be safe. He was a bit biased making sure to keep the temperature around the range of male gender. But he knew that his roommate tended to experiment on the simplest thing, that Charles, or Charlene depending on the temperature change, and if that bastard did it, could affect it in the long run. He was surprised no one talked and with a hint of embarrassment raised his hand.

    "So far my Chinese Fireball egg has been in my room at all times. I tend to try to keep the temperature ranging within a healthy male range, since they tend to be a bit smaller. But I have a roommate and well, there's no promise he won't try to experiment in temperature, never lower of course," he stopped and muttered "I'd kill him", clearing his throat he continued, "but would it affect my egg, like badly if he does so? I just want it to be healthy and I'm not always there either. Also do potions fumes affect the egg? I just worry since he's a potioneer...sorry"

    Running his fingers through his hair he wondered if he was just being paranoid, or stupid. Maybe he was just stupid.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:31 pm

    One of the first students to reply was Conner, and Codey suppressed a smile. While the boy did have a lot of heart, his theory was lacking. It was something that didn't bother Codey in the least, but he knew some Professors were picky in that manner. It was for this reason and this reason alone that Codey took a special interest in the boy - he didn't want anyone telling Conner he couldn't be a dragon trainer because his theory was weak, because the wizard had a lot of heart, the only thing that truly mattered.

    "There is no easy way to answer your question, as it varies from dragon to dragon. The Chinese Fireball, however, is one that deals well with ranges of temperature, so I would not worry too much about that. However, perhaps to ease your mind, I would suggest charming your egg. That way, the temperature of the room won't affect it," he paused, trying to wrap his mind around the second question. If anyone tried to knowingly harm a baby dragon.. Well, Codey knew how to deal with them. "I would assume it depends on the potion. Dragons are incredible creatures. Their hides, as you all should know, repel many spells and types of magic. I would assume their eggs, too, have some form of ability to protect itself. If your room-mates discovers anything unusual, do let me know. It would be fascinating to study."

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    PostSubject: Re: Lesson 1 (All Years)   Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:20 pm

    [[OOC: Codey has split his grading into two parts. Practical is basically their answers and how they perform in class. Character, as defined by Google, is 'the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual'. To put simply, that is NOT a grade based on your character him/herself, but THEIR character/personality.]]


    Conner Bailey
    Much better on the practical side, but perhaps reading the instructions more clearly next time could help? Once again, you have displayed that you have a real heart for this. Your passion will take you far. Keep it up, Mr. Conner.
    Practical Grade: Exceeds Expectations
    Character Grade: Outstanding


    Jaycie Simple
    Let me be the first to apologize, for it seems I have forgotten to tailor questions to suit the higher years. With that apology, I continue on with your report. As usual, very well done. However, as the questions were for the younger first years, I cannot say it was outstanding. I can only hope that you do as well when the questions are made for your level.
    Practical Grade: Outstanding
    Character Grade: Exceeds Expectations


    Humphrey Williams
    Not too bad. You have shown that you study the material well. However, I have noticed that you focused on single dragon for the second question, when it was asked to be general. I cannot tell at this point if you are trying to show off or if you simply misunderstood the way which I presented the question. As I am not one to make decisions without facts, I can only warn you that I do not like students who try to show off unnecessarily. If it were indeed an honest mistake, then I warn you to please read instructions more carefully the next time.
    Practical Grade: Exceeds Expectations
    Character Grade: Exceeds Expectations


    Rhian Kael
    Much better work this time round, Miss Rhian. I can sense part of your passion in your words. Not as much as I know you have, which is still quite a shame, but I trust that as you get more comfortable, you can and will open up more. Very good use of examples while maintaining vagueness in regards to the question, and your answers cover a wide range of information.
    Practical Grade: Outstanding
    Character Grade: Between Exceeds Expectations and Outstanding.

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