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The official entrance to the cherry blossom park. The park spans many miles with ponds and smaller wildlife. The shrine is traditional Japanese style with a twist: it pays homage only to deceased students and faculty. Inside the shrine is a massive stone slab with carved names of the deceased. A collection box sits in front of it, and there's a hanging bell to the right. The proper way to pay homage is to stand in front of the altar, give a bow, place the saisen into the collection box, ring the bell, bow twice, clap twice, pray, and bow.
Leon Pyren || Mar 31, 2018 1:58:16 GMT -8
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Beside the shrine is the endless graveyard. Bodies aren't buried at the stone markers; they're there to pay respects. The gravestones sit cozily next to each other and stand tall with smaller ledges for flowers and gifts. Despite the cold grey of the smooth gravestones, the ground is sprouting with life with a healthy smattering of grass and trees.
There's nothing here.
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The tallest structure in all of Seito, just shy of the canyon walls. It’s a solid stone mass with a traditional hand clock. Those in the area can feel subtle vibrations when the clock chimes at 6:00 AM and 9:00 PM. Inside, there are multiple levels of platforms accessed by stairs with large connected windows. An elevator can take you to and from the top; it doesn’t stop on any other floor. Magical deafening magic prevents the chiming of the clock from bursting everyone’s eardrums inside.
Crim Cais || Apr 17, 2018 7:09:00 GMT -8
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A massive stone coliseum that can quite literately house the entire student body and then some. It resembles what the Roman Colosseum would look like in its prime, with the addition of modern technology. It is magically enforced to withstand the horrendous duels that takes place in it. If anyone is caught dueling elsewhere, severe punishment could be in their future. The terrain within the arena changes every ten minutes; deserts, glaciers, forests, meadows, volcanos, etc.
Malik Grimsley || Feb 23, 2018 2:51:46 GMT -8

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Memory Lane
An enormous section on the left-hand side of the auditorium. This area harbors the more sentimental structures of Seito’s history. The Temple is on the far northern side; it’s considered an area of its own, but it’s surrounded by the beautiful cherry blossoms that Memory Lane is known for. The clock tower and battle coliseum are closest and fairly near each other, while the memorial shrine and graveyard are farther out, removed and private.
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