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Cali Turner

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson


Earth, wind, water and fire are the main elements of the world. Wind controls the air, water controls oceans and rivers, earth controls land and fire controls… well anything it touches really. These elements all work together to form our world and keep it alive. If anyone of these didn’t exist, our world may never exist without constant destruction and chaos. If water didn’t exist, no one could live, and the earth would be an empty place without any life.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 20 22 25
TOTAL 92/100

Freya Kylan

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Admon Dullake

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson


There are six elements. Fire, water, wind, earth, quintessence, and shadowflux. Fire is the opposite of water. When fire destroys stuff, and water creates. Wind is the opposite of earth. When wind blows and flies around and does all kinds of stuff, earth stays below. Quintessence is the opposite of shadowflux. When shadowflux spread shadow and darkness, quintessence radiates the strongest possible light in its purest form. All elements are required for the balance of this planet.

Elementalism's relation to the universe is simple than you expect. Every element in the world is needed for the creation of this world, and with one missing, the world could end in chaos. Darkness is served to fill in the absence of the light. Water is served to fill in the destruction a fire creates, and etc.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 20 25 25
TOTAL 95/100

Summer Flores

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Flareadon (7)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson
Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Starkey Whitmore

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Unicorn (8)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson


There are six known elements in the world. Fire, water, wind, earth, quintessence, and shadowflux. Fire is the opposite of water. When fire destroys, water creates. Wind is the opposite of earth. When wind blows and flies around, earth stays below. Quintessence is the opposite of shadowflux. When shadowflux spread shadow and darkness, quintessence radiates the strongest possible light in its purest form. All elements are required for the balance of this planet.

Elementalism's relation to the universe is quite simple. Every element in the world is needed for the creation of this world, and with one missing, the world could end in chaos. Darkness is served to fill in the absence of the light. Water is served to fill in the destruction fire creates(and vice versa), and so on.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 20 20 25
TOTAL 90/100

Arianna Aftar

  • Subject: Elementalism
  • Level: Unicorn (8)
  • Mentor: Lady Maren Abrahamsson

Earth is the land that we stand on, wind is the air around us, water is the liquid we drink, fire is the element that can destroy everything it touches. I like to compare these four elements to the circle of life. Earth is born, then shaped by wind. Water keeps those who live on the earth alive, and fire slowly kills them, but somehow the earth will always fight back, with water or wind.  The earth is born and cared for, but soon something destroys it. But there will always be something that survives the flames and that will be cared for by wind and water, and just like that the cycle continues.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 25 25 25
TOTAL 100/100
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