Lets see the Results of the Last Poll ,unfortunately we had this time some Votes that were not legal :
You made the decision that we are a Ki-Adept and went to the Private School :
In Our Teenager Years we learned the follwing Skills (Numbers in the Bracket indicates the lvl of the Skill not the Point cost ,a + indicates that a Skill we already learned raised that mutch):
Chemistry (1) Computer(+1) Etiquette(1) Knowledge : Magical Theory(1) Knowledge: Jura (1) Englisch(1)
So far the Last Vote . Let us choose what Further Education we got !
State University (65)
While they may not be as prestigious as Ivy League universities or other private institutions, state-funded colleges and universities provide a solid education for a reasonable price. They also provide feeder programs into the megacorporations, complete with the indoctrination needed to make sure students end up as solid corporate citizens. While there is evidence that sometime in the previous century many universities encouraged open minds and free thought, the colleges of the Sixth World emphasize the skills needed to be a dedicated worker. After all, questioning the way things are takes up valuable time that could be spent working
Military Academy (115)
Service academies, also known as military academies, are federal academies for the undergraduate education and training of commissioned officers for the armed forces. Once you have completed this package you must choose a Tour of Duty with one of the armed forces
Ivy League University(85)
When you need a line on your résumé that will get the attention of the right people, then get yourself to an Ivy League school. Ivy League graduates are more likely than anyone else to regularly remind you of where they went to college, partly because they’ve been conditioned by the number of people who are impressed when they mention their alma mater. Formerly, there were eight Ivy League universities: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale. Additionally, the remaining six of the Seven Sister colleges—Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley (Radcliffe, the seventh, merged with Harvard) are often seen to be on the same level as the Ivys. By attending these colleges, students gain not only an impressive education, but also some of the social skills that will serve them well their whole life.
After this we are 21 Years old and will do 2 Real Life Modules(1 of them will Tour of Duty if you choose Military Academy) next Week .
Later this day i will make the Poll on #dpoll and hope we will have fun make a Pen and Paper Char together