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Julea's Classroom

Julea's class room is quite humble; with pale blue walls and a grass green carpet, it gives the sense of being in a open grassland. The lighting in this room is calm, soft and inviting. Julea teaches Normie Type straightedge and training. She also teaches the research of pokemon breeding and eggs.
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Dao's Classroom

Dao, the teacher who specializes in Ghost Pokemon, holds his classes on the grounds of the Ancient Shrine. Usually, classes begin by meeting in the nearby wooden house that Dao calls home, taking place in a simple, empty room with hardwood floors and paper sliding doors. Sometimes the studies will go into the shrine grounds themselves. There is something slightly eerie about the entire area, but Dao doesn't seem to mind.
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Narakun's Classroom

With a slightly dim lighting, Narakun's classroom is quite sinister. The walls have an old, peeling coat of black paint, with a few bare spots revealing concrete walls. There are a few windows, but they are usually closed and covered with dusty, ragged gray curtains. Narakun teaches about Dark-type Pokemon here.
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Kaen's Classroom

With soil all over the floor, and dunes of the different region's soil spread across the room, Kaen's room has an earthy feel to it. There's only one window, but it's huge enough to let everyone see the outside, giving more of the outdoor feeling. Inside this room Kaen teaches about Ground type Pokemon and their strengths and weaknesses.
175Wed May 12, 2010 6:58 pm
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Aima's Classroom

Aimaís classroom is always warm, with many windows with blinds covering them all, and a few fireplaces in the walls. The walls and floor are scarred by several scorch marks, and several other unidentified stains. The room is constructed like an amphitheater, made of concrete, except with massive steps, and no bleacher seats. Instead, there are soft cushions in fiery colors that you sit on surrounding fire pits built into the concrete. The teacherís desk is at the bottom of the amphitheater, and behind the desk is a large, old chalkboard, which is also covered with scorch marks. Here, Aima teachers the proper and responsible use of Fire-Type Pokemon.
118Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:12 pm
Kaen Chillin'...?
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