The trek was long, and filled with troubling creatures. A strong portion of the path was either blocked some how, or destroyed in some particular fashion. Because of this, It took a little longer to reach the bottom of the mountain than he expected. However soon Jubei began to approach the mountain, as he removed his shirt that was damp with sweat. Jubei tied it around his sash, and picked up a hand full of dirt. After tossing the dirt back and forth in his hands, he tossed it back onto the ground. The dirt acted as a fine dry powder, to help keep his hands from slipping. The young mage then clutched the first rock he could find, and began to make his way up the massive mountain. There was possibly a better, more convenient way for travelers to reach the village on top of the mountain. However, convenience was something for the weak willed, believed Jubei. The only was he was going to become stronger, is to accept every challenge he comes across, and make some as well.
"Ha.....ha....ha....come on."Jubei was panting heavily as he was roughly half way up the mountain. He had been climbing for several hours now, and felt like days. His muscles began to assert its pain to him. Alerting him that he had to hurry. After a little more motivation from himself, he continues to push up into the mountain. The temperature was steadily getting lower and lower. There was a small blizzard in the middle of happening, and the thick snow flakes combined with the strong icicles made for a deadly training exercise. He stopped thinking about it, and just continued to raise his hands and pull, constantly shouting,Go!, inside of his head. After what seemed like several decades, Jubei's hand reached the edge of the cliff and he pulled himself up. The young mage simply rolled over once he made it to the top. He was so sore and tired he didn't think he would be able to move his arms for some time. His body was giving off such a powerful level of body heat from the exerted force, that the snow under him melted almost instantly. As well as all the snow flakes that landed on him as he laid there. Before he knew it, he was being dragged by a random passerby, and pulled into a near by building.