...okay maybe she could, but still, it doesn't count for much in surviving BFMI. What if something happens to her?
Damn it.. someone please tell me it's only Matsumoto, so I can just go over and yell at her for pulling this bad joke =_=
Mondays 3pm-5pm at room# 28,
Thursdays 9am-12pm at room# 28,
This is Hitsugaya. I’m not available to take your call now, so leave a message and I’ll get back to you when I can. And if it’s assignments, no, extensions will not be granted. Hand in your damn reports on time, it’s not even that long.
[Office ext.] 164
To all BFMI students: This is the class info for Elementals, read up or else.
Instructor: Hitsugaya Toushiro
Class time: Tuesdays 10-11am [basics]; Fridays 1-3pm [majors]
Venue: Hall# 2 -Haneda Building on Tuesdays, Tutorial room# 56 -Haneda Building on Fridays. Classes will be conducted on the magical practice grounds when needed.
-There is Fire, Water, Ice, Lightning, Air, Wood, and Earth. All students are required to know how to wield all 7 elements at least on a basic level. Intermediate and advanced studies are done for the elements that you’re specializing in.
-Majoring students need to specialize in at least 2 elements with a maximum of 4. Elective students will only have time to specialize in one, or a maximum of 2 elements.
-Below are the main topics and sequence that will be covered this year in Elementals. Depending on the topic, more important ones will go on for more weeks than others. The classes listed here will most likely cover a duration of about 3 years.
Topic 1: Introduction to Elementals
Topic 2: Choosing your Element (I don't care if you miss this class and end up picking the wrong element, that's your problem)
Topic 3: **Basic Elemental Theories and Control (be there or it's your ass)
Topic 4: Conductors and Elements
Topic 5: **Intermediate Theories and Control (be there or it's your ass)
Topic 6: Companions and Elements (if you don’t wanna end up maiming your pet every time you cast elements you’d better not miss this)
Topic 7: **Mastering an Element (be there or it's your ass)
Intermediate Module (to be confirmed)
Topic 8: Choosing and Acquiring a Sub-element
Topic 9: Sub-element Theories and Control
Topic 10: Achieving Balance and Harmony in between Elements
Topic 11: Conductors and Sub-elements
Topic 12: Companions and Sub-elements
Topic 13: Mastering a Sub-element
Advanced Module (to be confirmed)
Topic 14: Combining Multiple Elements
Topic 15: Alternating and Switching Elements
Topic 16: The Forbidden Elements
-There will be no tests, quizzes, or major assignments for this subject, just a bi-weekly elemental check, and a monthly performance evaluation.
-Majoring students will submit a simple 300-word study report every fortnight.
-Two exams will be held for this subject at the end of the semester -one on theories and one practical.
Contact me if there's anything you don't get.