Mythology and so called archaic faiths were Professor Johann Schmidt’s specialty. He avidly studied them and in his own mind believed them in even the slightest way to be true. He spoke with keen interest on the Norse myths in particular.
It was the beginning of his first class of the semester, students would begin filing soon. Johann stood at the board, his hands at his back and a slight grim expression on his face. He was a strict and brutal man, hardly one of much tolerance. Any act of insolence was met with a firm hand on his part.
Johann’s attention was pulled from his thoughts when he heard the door open, he looked up and spotted a young woman poking her head through the door.