Set in the 16th - 17th century CE, many people would climb Mt Everest to attend a school that promises to impart magic to those who show up.
Those who are bestowed with such skills similar to D&D style must pass both the entrance and final exams in order to graduate and is allowed to keep the magic until either they are emotionally compromised or they depart from the world of the living.
In order to pass the entrance exam the candidates must check into the designated hotel rooms and lick the lamp-post outside the building and then sworn an oath, the successful candidates will take theory and practical lessons from the Sorcerer Supreme and the Sorcerer's Apprentices. The final exam requires the student to create a man sized snowman then carry it to the foot of the mountain while braving an avalanche, it is meant to test the subject's ability to focus on task at hands while not letting their emotion get in their way.
I'm writing a handbook for the fresh year student and also those who are interested in magic and likes to become a student here, the problem is to determine which emotions should be kept in check while performing magic? on the other hand certain emotions is encouraged to increase the odd of success.
Best answer must be delivered to the mailbox outside the designated hotel in person and to be read aloud, don't bother the lamp post its very crowded and the loudest wins.