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Eastsea Academy
Name Eastsea Academy
Chinese
Also Known As
Empire Sun-Moon Federation
Kingdom
City Eastsea City
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Description

Eastsea Academy is a large Spirit Master academy which is actually comprised of both an intermediate academy and an advanced academy. The two has a myriad of differences between one another.

The academy doesn’t allow the use of vehicles within its grounds. If any vehicles enter campus grounds, they will have to immediately head off to the side and enter the underground parking lot.

Intermediate Academy

The intermediate academy took up two thirds of the total area. As long as one is a Spirit Master and resides within the greater area of Eastsea City, or has a recommendation letter, one will be able to enter the intermediate academy and receive a Spirit Master’s education. One can study at the intermediate academy for six years. After graduating, students will then be able to take the entrance exam to enter an advanced Soul Master academy, but no more than a tenth of the applicants pass.

Intermediate academies teach students how to use the knowledge of the elementary academy and the direction in which they take to cultivate their martial souls.

It is a massive building with twelve floors in total. The upperclassmen are in the higher floors while the newer students are on the lower floors. There are around a hundred students within each grade, totalling up to a rough figure of seven to eight hundred students in all.

Advanced Academy

The advanced academy only take up one third of the area, the west side of the campus. It is still the most important part of the academy. Advanced academies aren’t part of the compulsory education, so a series of rigorous exams will be used to test the applicants. Anyone who is accepted into an advanced academy will definitely be considered an elite.

There are close to two hundred students. Students in the advanced academy are divided into three grades. It is thus an arduous task to get into the advanced academy that only has a small succession rate of 20% of students coming from the Intermediate Academy.

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