It has been an absolute week and I’m pretty glad to see the back of it (one of my favourite sessions of D&D to date and seeing Muse this evening notwithstanding) so it’s time to crack on with this weeks Six for Sunday post! This weeks theme from Steph at A Little but A Lot is “Schools you’d love to go to” and if you caught my post last week (this one) which was “Books set in schools” you’d probably realise pretty quickly that the list would be almost identical this week. SO instead for this week, I decided I would try “Classes I would love to take” (at bookish schools).
This is a basic class for most of the badass assassin or mystical defenders schools and would probably be my favourite by far. I’ve always been fascinated by different kinds of weapons and techniques and who doesn’t love a good bit of sparring?
Care of Magical Creatures
Another favourite class would defintley be Care of Magical Creatures, I actually qualifications in animal care and worked training animals for a while so this would be an absolute must.
Memorising wand techniques and magical words actually sounds like my kind of thing. I’m not smart but I’ve always been a “book nerd” and I feel like all that studying would help me with charms. Plus I always thought it looked fun in Harry Potter tbh.
Enhanced History Lessons
One of my favourite subjects at school was History and I love the idea in a few books that I’ve read where they have enhanced lessons, for example being able to walk through a hyper-realistic hologram of a historical monument or even better an interactive simulation? That would be AMAZING.
A strange one right? In the later Study books by Maria Snyder, some students take up glass blowing lessons after the council finds out it’s possible to store magic in glass objects. I’ve always been fascinated by the process so this would be another class I would love to take.
Seeing as I took floristry at college I think this would probably be another good shout. It’s been years and I’ve almost certainly forgotten a lot and would love to do a class that focuses more on the herb lore than just pretty bouquets and displays although you can bet I would do that too!
What classes would you take? Would you be joining me in any of the classes I picked already? Have a great Sunday and I’ll be back on Tuesday with a new release review!