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    The three of you have Professor Mukhopadhyaya for your next class. He ushers you out of the room at the end of History and Theory of Magic. When you return fifteen minutes later -joined by Joseline and Budai- you notice that the classroom has doubled in size. It is now a hundred feet by a hundred feet. All the desks and seats have been removed. The black marble floor has five chalk circles on it, each twenty foot in diameter. One circle is in the center of the room and the other four are in the corners. Mukhopadhyaya is standing at the front of the room.

    "Come in," he says. "Don't dawdle. We only have ninety minutes. Today I shall assess your magical skills to determine what areas you need the most instruction in. Each of you, stand in one of the chalk circles on the ground. It matters not which one you pick, so don't squabble over who gets to stand where. Once you all have entered a circle, your tests shall begin. I will not tell you what your test is, as I would also like to test your ability to think on your feet. Are there any questions?"

    "By the way," Mukhopadhyaya says. "If you leave the circle before the test is over, you will fail."

    Your classmates all step into their circles.

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    In Perfecting General Spellcraft, again with Professor Mukhopadhyaya, the samsaran saunters towards the closest unoccupied circle and hopes that the assignment will involve throwing spells at one another, since she finds her spellcasting for martial purposes lacking. She seems to have brought her big pepper grinder with her, for some reason. Rurik, her laconic and feathered familiar, is now perched in one of her shoulders, for a change.
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    Using her club, the wizard tries to open the chest. If closed, she'll try to knock it over.

    [sorry for taking so long!]

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    You knock the chest over. As it hits the ground the lid pops open. A bronze key and a small drawing of a door spills out. The drawing is ripped in half.

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    Galaga will pick both items up and check if there's nothing left inside the chest she just opened.

    (OCC: This is really interesting...)

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    Nothing else in the chest. You are now holding a bronze key and a ripped drawing of a door.

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    The Samsaran, intrigued, casts mending on the ripped drawing. Regardless of the success of that action and without leaving the circle, she'll attempt to attach the drawing to either the grassy floor or the walls of darkness. If the drawing of a door has a keyhole, she'll then try to use the key on it and see if it reacts. If so, she'll attempt to open the door, of course.

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    You mend the picture of a door. In front of you, in the middle of the circle, a normal-sized, not drawn, bronze door appears. You open it with your key and see a short hallway: at the end of it is Professor Mukhopadhya, wearing spectacles with one red and one green lens, taking notes in a journal.

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