This was fun, even though I died. I’ve got a bit of a ramble here, but I did like the game. That being said…
Some things I’m noticing with the narrative:
You need to fill it out more. It took me awhile to get some sense that the setting was fantasy-medieval, and I didn’t really get a sense beyond that-- make your world more real as a setting. Characters need to be fleshed out more too, particularly before you make me make decisions on them.
For instance, the kid who shows up on the way to your school. I’m just presented with the option “Decide he’s your rival” without knowing anything about him or if he’d be a fun rival in the first place.
Give some setup for these decisions. Otherwise, it makes a lot of the choices a little arbitrary and takes some of the fun out of the story.
Still, it’s fun. A little too fast (pace yourself!), but you covered most of your bases, and the writing was decent. You had a few errors (“Congradulations” instead of “Congratulations”, “Cerfew” instead of “Curfew”, and when meeting people at the Warriors’ guild, you lose capitalization at the start of sentences, but I’ve seen worse in published things so).
For next time, too I’d consider keeping more text on a page. I’d rather read more than three lines before clicking “next”.