Rika looked above her at the Mage's School before glancing back down at her invitation. She was far too nervous to approach the tall building. It was a white multi-leveled brick fortress...she supposed that was to protect the world from students beginning their magical studies. Rika looked back up at the fortress and pushed back her red hair. The fortress was huge, and she could see platforms raising and lowering to accommodate students with no flying abilities. The grounds of the fortress were huge, and Rika wondered if castle would not have been a better word for it. She began to stride towards the school, when she was stopped by a teacher. "Hello and welcome to the Pyranthaian Castle. Do you know what class you fall under?" A teacher asked, taking in Rika's stupefied expression that read, newbie. "Class?" Rika asked perplexedly. "There are three classifications of mages." The teacher began to explain almost exasperatedly. "The first is the natural born. These mages have possessed magic since they were very young. Most mages of this class have magic that is tied to natural forces, such as wind, water, fire, etc." The teacher pointed to a few returning students that were involved in a game of chase. One student had his hands wrapped in fire chasing a girl that was riding on air. "Then, there are the studied mages. These mages, with hard work and determination have studied a magic of their choosing. There are mages in this category that have expertise in almost anything." The teacher patted a sword at the waist. "I trained myself in defensive weaponry magic." At Rika's nod, the teacher continued. "The last category is the enchantment class. This class is able to enchant almost anything, adding a layer of protective spells to clothing, putting up a defense, you name it!" The teacher pointed once again across the lawn, where a mage was in the midst of drawing in the air. Before Rika knew it, the mage had produced a burger out of thin air. "What they do is bend matter and create what they need." The teacher turned towards the girl and asked once again, "Do you know what class you fall under?" Rika nodded. "I believe I'm a natural born."