MadHatt Posted February 7, 2012 Report Share Posted February 7, 2012 Is the rivalry between colleges considered important by most students? In the Aranaz and Durand, Aranaz took it much more seriously, but it's the only one in which we see it to a larger extent. The Avila/Godina is only exemplified by an event (Avila only) and some lore that suggests Godina doesn't care very much about it but that Avila is very ...passionate in the whole affair. And on Vernin/Morvidus I don't recall much going on but I haven't played as one of them in some time. I would simply say that having the whole college of Morvidus as rivals would make me drop out of school. I know it's only the first year and that the second year might show more of it, but what is the impact of it on the students? Do they hate and bully each other on principle or are they willing to work together? Do most of them acknowledge it? What do the professors think of it? I can't imagine Professor di Lucca Alazzo agreeing with it much and Professor Storey seems a bit too strict for it, so they would get along. We already know what von Rupprecht thinks of Briardi and vice versa. I also don't imagine Badcrumble seeing eye to eye with Massioti but does it stretch to disagreements? If Avila is the 'girl' college does that make Godina the 'boy' one? What are the relationships between professors like? Do most get along or pretend to get along at least? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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