First off, both mods and admins can also be students. Weird, right?
We need eight judges plus a ninth tie-breaker judge to be mods to rate the builds and pass a student on to the next year. So eight spots need to be filled. The classes you teach have nothing to do with how you judge. The judging is based on a point system like that of the O.W.L.s in which a grade is given. Outstanding is worth thirty points, Exceeds Expectations is worth twenty, and Acceptable is worth ten. A poorer grade, however, will deduct points from your overall score. Poor is negative five points, Dreadful is negative ten, and Troll (heavens forbid you receive THAT grade) is worth negative twenty points.
History of Magic -
Care of Magical Creatures -
Defense against the Dark Arts -
We also need four heads of houses to be admins. A head of house gives each moc his or her rating by choosing to award extra points to the student in increments of five, ten, or twenty. These additional points may be enough to give the student the win.
Quoting Aidan Moon
Hmmm... as I am not sure of how much time I'll have to build, I will go ahead and judge. I'll do Care of Magical Creatures... :)
Also, should we make a sig fig for this?
If you're just a teacher or a head of house and not also a student, then just make a teacher siggy; otherwise, just make your student sig-fig - you can be any age just wear a grey shirt with the sleeves the color of your house.
I guess I'll be a teacher, too, to get this going faster.
Potions - Professor A Sargent
History of Magic -
Care of Magical Creatures - Aidan Moon
Defense against the Dark Arts - Professor Beardless Dwarf
Herbology - Ryan "Ronin" Dragonslayer
UPDATE : While we don't technically need the heads of houses for judging, we need them for the house rivalry hourglass game. Heads of houses can't be students, however, so anyone who thinks they're too busy to "attend school" lol can be a head of house. Heads of houses can also create sub-quests for the students. Check out the rules in the Hourglass Game thread. Permalink