met! and welcome to Luigi's Lecture Hall, the first stage of your apprenticeship!
Please, be seated at the table over there.
As an apprentice, you will eventually be preparing yourself to eventually
present your masterpiece at the Great Guild Hall - hired out as a journeyman,
or hired day laborer for one of our town's projects. As you proceed through
your Renaissance apprenticeship period , you will want to learn as much
as possible about your chosen field (or the field chosen for you). As you
gather information during your research and working with your master, you
will be gaining the needed skills that will be reflected in a final masterpiece.
Your goal is to be hired as a journeyman (or journeywoman) by one of the
Remember, the skills that are reflected in your masterpiece must mirror
the advances and limitations of Renaissance.
You musn't appear a clodpate before the jury of masters later on, so be
sure to note the names of famous fellow apprentices and masters who have
paved the way for the ideas that you eventually use for your masterpiece.
Failure to do so is looked down upon as thievery and could end your apprenticeship
and land you in court, or worse: one of our jails, neither a pleasant experience
during our time.
To get you started, consider the following questions as you decide upon
which guild to petition. These self-same questions are what you must learn
during your apprenticeship. I'm quite certain that you will have your own
questions, as well, as you gain experience during your apprenticeship;
jot them down and answer them as you proceed.
And, my . . . yes, yes, yes. For the fairer ones in this room, one must
excuse my use of 'he' - after all, our world is a man's world, as you will
come to discover.
Apprentice to an Architectdesigning a Palatial Estate, Cathedral, Hospital, University,
Globe Theatre, place of business, designing a town mall (marketplace)