- Job: Deliver My Letter!
Player Requirements: At least one mage. Must be done under 10 posts, total word count 500
Job Requirements: Deliver the love letter.
Job Location: Magnolia Town.
There's this man in Magnolia who wishes to send a letter to one of the most popular celebrities in Fiore, who seems to be his childhood friend and love interest, and surprisingly, that celebrity is heading to Magnolia Town. You must get through many fans and enter the backstage if you want this to happen. Just don't get caught by security, or else you won't be able to give the letter.
Reward: 600 Jewels
Once again in Magnolia Town. It seemed as if everybody here was so happy and carefree! It was a very different atmosphere from the little villages you got around the Savage Skull guild. Those kind of places seemed to be a lot gloomier, and more haunted. In truth Damien quite liked this place, probably because he himself wasn't such a bad person towards other people, that said however he wasn't really that sane either. Killing people was his kind of thing.
Nonetheless he wasn't here to make friends with the common rabble, nor was he here to kill people, infact he was here for a noble - yet stupid cause. He had to deliver a damn letter. A letter. These people were guild members not the damn postal service! But, it turns out that this letter wasn't an ordinary letter. It's apparently a love letter which needed to be delivered to the writer's crush as quickly as possible. So it was an emergency situation in a way, not that Damien knew, he hadn't been on a date once in his life. Was it really this much hassle? "Outta the way Lady!" He shouted as he barged aside a woman getting in his way, he was thin, sure. But he was lean, and he could body check pretty well.
The teenager sprinted towards his destination. He was also supposed to have a teammate in this apparently, the reason why is unknown however, were they gonna be attacked by demonic love letter thieves? Seemed unlikely, or perhaps it was just to ensure it got there unharmed which made a lot more sense. That or to boost relations between guild members. He had no idea.
"Why am I delivering a letter!?" He asked himself, dumbfounded. "He'd better fight this crush to the death or something!" He whined, he hated doing these kinds of chores. He was a wizard for god's sake! Not a postman, What was the point? Ah well, perhaps something funny and unexpected would happen, that'd be nice.