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Posted: Jul 12 2017, 09:47 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 18-November 15
In the capital city of Edo a massive academy for training the next political and military leaders of Japan exists. This special prep school is also the training ground for the "Scions", those who have uncovered powerful artifacts from the warring states period.
Edo Bugei is mainly run by the Tokugawa family. Despite being a school based on grades and strength the families that sided with the Tokugawa at Sekigahara are still clearly given privileged status compared to the others. This has caused a rivalry in the schools similar to Sekigahara with the descendants of pro-Tokugawa families versus the defeated families descendants.
The principal of the Edo school is a direct descendant of Hosokawa Tadaoki. Ever since the Sengoku era the Hosokawa have had noble jobs under the Tokugawa as things like instructors and messengers. The name of the principal is Hosokawa Moritatsu.
All students are required to live in on campus dorms. The two dorm buildings, split by gender with a large common use building between them, are heavily monitored and extremely lavish. Every students has his or her own room. Students may customize this room however they wish.
The only exception to this is graduated/elite students. They will have the option to live off campus. Though they will be required to choose an apartment close to the Bugei in case of emergency.
Not every student at the Bugei is from a major clan. Some are exceptionally gifted individuals allowed in due to their talents. Students from low ranking families are also let in for being scions. If you are not from a province owning clan then the clan who owns the province you hail from will sponsor you while you attend the academy. After graduation from the academy a heavy chance exists of this clan offing to absorb either you or your family into the clan. So please do your best for the sake of your family and your lords and ladies supporting you.
If you have your character starting as a second or third year please justify why in your character history. Put what they did to deserve that rank. A second year, and especially third, should be fairly well versed in multiple fields and have at least one or two large accomplishments behind them.
Requirements: None. Starting year of the academy.
Requirements: At lest two events and one major accomplishment. People can choose at the end of each arc to year up or not.
Requirements: Thee events, two large accomplishments. People can choose at the end of each arc to year up or not.
Requirements: Four events. Three major accomplishments. Must Pass 4th year entrance exam. Please request of staff.
Requirements: Pass Elite entrance exam. Exam will be randomly offered by staff.
Almost every student at the school has a track they are on. A specific area of study at the academy. Each track contains at least two focuses. Students should choose one focus for their character.
Artillery (Guns or Bows): Artillery students are students that attack at range. They focus on accuracy and are usually less skilled at melee combat.
Artisans (Dancers, crafters, etc.): While less battle focused than other areas the artisan students tend to be very knowledgeable of various cultures and traditions. They tend to draw people in with charm and skill.
Bushi (Cavalry or Infantry Specialization): Bushi are the high grade warriors of the academy. They are taught multiple fighting styles and group combat tactics.
Guards (Police, Bodyguards, etc.): This focus specializes in teaching someone how to notice spies, and defend both themselves and whoever they are guarding.
Infiltration (Ninjas, Spies, and Assassins): Students on this path usually study how to be stealthy and attack oriented. They are usually faster than other students and taught various tricks to use both in and out of combat.
Medic (Healers/Surgeon/Poison Makers): The medic students have devoted themselves to the study of the human body. While some excel in poison making most of the medic students believe in helping others.
Strategist (Military or Political): The talkers of the school. They have keen minds and focus on navigating various terrain, whether it be a battlefield or a political conversation.
Undecided Students: General learner of education. However, halfway through 2nd year a student must have an occupation chosen.
Male School Uniform
Female School Uniform
Male Elite Uniform
Female Elite Uniform
Unisex Combat Uniform
Unisex Infiltration Uniform
Unisex Teacher Uniform
Monday - Physical Training/Drills for combat students. Advanced study halls/extended practice for non-combat from 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Specialized Courses/advanced academics. Students will spend the day studying their specific track. Undecided students can pick what track to study with or take general academic courses. 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Tuesday - General Academics (Math, reading, history, etc) from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Wednesday - Specialized Courses/advanced academics. Students will spend the day studying their specific track. Undecided students can pick what track to study with or take general academic courses. 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Thursday - General Academics (Math, reading, history, etc) from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Friday - Physical Training/Drills for combat students. Advanced study halls/extended practice for non-combat from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Specialized Courses/advanced academics. Students will spend the day studying their specific track. Undecided students can pick what track to study with or take general academic courses. 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Saturday - Free Day. (can be used for extra academics if certain students need)
Sunday - Free day.
All students are expected to be in the dorm buildings by 10 pm on a school night. Friday and Saturday night, or holidays, students are given a strict midnight curfew. Those out after curfew will be severely punished.
Students are of course aloud time to go home anytime for family emergencies, reunions, religious observances, or mass uprisings/natural disasters in their home province.
Christmas Break - Students are given two weeks to spend with their families.
Winter Break - The second week of February.
Spring Break - The week of Easter is taken off starting with the Thursday before and ending on the Sunday after the Holiday.
Summer Break- They go home for on July 1st and return six weeks later.
Posted: Jul 12 2017, 09:48 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 18-November 15
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