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Basic Information
FoxfireFoxfire Entrance Exam

Ability DetectingAgricultureAlchemyElementalismElvin HistoryLinguisticsMetaphysicsMultispeciesial StudiesPhysical EducationSpecial Ability Focus SessionThe Universe
Level Mascots
Basic Levels
GremlinsHalcyonsMastodonsDragonsSaber-Toothed TigersYetis
Elite Levels
Opening CeremoniesMidtermsThe Ultimate Splotching ChampionshipFinalsThe Ethics Lecture
Lady AlexineLady AnwenSir AstinSir BubuSir CatonSir ConleyLady DaraLady DelmiraSir DonwellSir FaxonLady GalvinSir JarvinLady NissaSir TierganBarth the ReaperSir BeckettCouncillor BronteMaster CadenceLady EveraSir HardingLady IskraSir LeanderSir RosingsLady VedaLady BelvaLady ZillahLady Sanja
Known Principals
Foxfire Principal
Dame (now Councillor) AlinaMagnate Leto Kerlof
Current Prodigies
Sophie FosterBiana VackerFitz VackerKeefe SencenDex DizzneeJensi BabblosMarella RedekStina HeksMarucaTam SongLinh SongValinLex DizzneeBex DizzneeRex DizzneeTrellaDempseyShayda AdelDedraHuxleyAudric

Elementalism is a class at Foxfire where prodigies learn to master and capture the elements. This usually involves them catching the elements in bottles. It is most often referred to as the "E" by the Drooly Boys. Sophie is not good at the class, and many times, she has accidentally singed some hair while attempting to catch a lightning bolt or shattered a rain bottle.

Applications[edit | edit source]

Atlantis[edit | edit source]

  • To enter the city of Atlantis, elves utilize bottled whirlpools to pull them under the ocean.

Light[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

  • Tiergan used a bottled whirlwind in Nightfall, to reach Brumevale.
  • Elves are able to bottle tornadoes, lightning, rain, clouds, ripples on the surface of water, and other natural phenomena.

Known Mentors[edit | edit source]

Official Descriptions[edit | edit source]

  • Harness the power of the elements and learn to properly store and contain them. Through careful instruction and hands-on training, prodigies will discover how to bottle everything from a gentle breeze to a bolt of lightning.[1]
  • Through careful instruction and hands-on training, prodigies learn to harness the power of the elements and properly store and contain them. Specific skills taught include how to bottle wind, rain, lightning, thunder, fire, and so much more.[2]

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