The College is the place where citizens can get a higher education, although it is very expensive. As such, only the nobles and their family can afford to spend any time in here. Magic users, however, are allowed to study in the magical arts here for free. The College is divided up into three divisions: The Division of Arts and Letters, the Division of Magical Arts, and the Division of Scientific Arts.

The Mundane College Edit

The Mundane College is the side of the College that deals with the nonmagical subjects, such as trigonometry, history, and alchemy.

The Division of Arts and Letters Edit

  • Department of Applied Arts: Architecture, Gems and Gemcutting, Stonecutting and Stonemasonry, Textiles, Woodworking.
  • Department of Economics: Business Practices, Commodities Production and Use, Guild Politics, Resource Management, Trade Practices.
  • Department of Fine Arts: Ballads, Dance, Drama, Comedy, Epic Poetry, Hymns, Love Poetry, Lyric Poetry, Musical Studies, Painting, Sculpture, Tragedy.
  • Department of History: Ancient History, Guild History, Military History, Political History, Regional History, Religious History.

The Division of Scientific Arts Edit

  • Department of Alchemy: Acids and Corrosives, Alchemical Nutrition, Curatives and Remedies, Metallurgy, Odoriforous Alchemy, Poisons, Potionmaking, Pyromancy.
  • Department of Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry, Numbers and Numerology, Trigonometry.
  • Department of Natural History: Aberrations, Aquatic Life, Beast Habits and Forms, Dragons, Healing and Medicine, Herbalism, Subterranean Life, Giants and Giant Beasts.
  • Department of Physics and Metaphysics: Existential Studies, Mechanics, Optics, Symbolic Logic.

The Mages College Edit

The Mages College, also known as the Magical College, is the headquarters for the Mages Guild. It is where magic users can learn and hone their craft.

Division of Magical Arts Edit

  • Department of Arcane Mysteries: Elementalism, Enchantments, Illusions, Interplanar Studies, Ritual Magic, Shapeshifting, Summoning, Teleportation and Travel, Transubstantiation. (This department would be more theoretical than practical in my setting.)
  • Department of Divination: Astronomy and Astrology, Crystal Gazing, Dream Interpretations, Prophecies and Omens, Tea Leaves and Tarot, Visions.
  • Department of Mysticism: Afterlife Studies, Corporeal Necromancy, Demonology, Incorporeal Necromancy, Possessions, Shadow and Light, Undead Anatomy and Behavior.
  • Department of Theology: Divinity, Comparative Religions, Religious Hierarchies, Sacred Places, Sacred Texts, Saints and Martyrs.