Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Everyone's Related!

This idea came to me after viewing Alia LotusPetal's post where she drew a picture of herself.


Now, I don't know if you can see or not, but she put up in the mid right corner that a spark of Storm and a flame of Fire created Life. THANK YOU, Alia, for making the connection. The depth to the schools is pretty deep, you know. For a "kid's" game, it's very... depthful (?).

The connection between all of the schools are explained here, but I thought I'd take 5 minutes and throw together a little chart. Here's my chart. It represents how the Elemental Schools (Storm, Fire, & Ice) make up the Spirit Schools (Life, Myth, & Death).


I think it's a rather nice chart, don't you think? It shows how the Spirit Schools are comprised of the Elements. As Alia put it, lightning and fire could in a sense create Life. For example, if you look at the scientific theories on how Earth was essentially created, there were periods of billions of years where it was a magma planet and then years when the whole thing was one giant sea and there were raging storms. Yep. Learned it on the History Channel. As you can see from my chart, the Spirit Schools sit in between two specific Elements. Rather interesting, wouldn't you say? 

Okay, here's a picture of the Minotaur Pet:


Bad graphics because I had to take it from a Wizard 101 Central page, but no matter. Can anyone tell me how this Myth Minotaur is in-game proof that Myth sits in-between Fire and Ice? We'll see... if I get the right answer, maybe you guy'll all win something cool (like a packet of pet snacks xD). Who knows.

Thanks for reading. Hope you're not to bored. 

Keep on Casting,
D. MoonCatcher 

5 comments:

  1. Brooke MoonstoneMay 19, 2010 at 7:58 PM

    It's his double sided axe, one side is ice and the other fire.
    -Brooke

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  2. One side of the ax is blue, as in ice, and the other is red, as in fire.

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  3. Dang people said it already. but I'll say it again, the ax it's holding represents fire and ice and that minotaur would be nothing without that weapon,(a.k.a. fire and ice).

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  4. UGH! when will you people stop calling it a kids game! HALF THE PEOPLE ON MY FRIENDS LIST ARE ADULTS!

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