- Job Description:
- Title: The Desert!
Player Requirements: 15 posts minimum, 50 posts maximum (450 words a post) [Now you must be B-rank to participate]
Requirements: Search for the Merchant's believed to be dead crew, and the treasure he was searching for.
Keep the Merchant alive.
Client Location: Desert village
Mission location: Forgotten Desert.
Description: Sandstorms have been appearing frequently, revealing lost treasure amongst the valleys of domes; attracting treasure hunters of all sorts. A traveling merchant was walking through the Forgotten Desert with a small team of treasure hunters hoping to find something buried amongst the ruins. A sandstorm arose around the merchant's group and they became under attack. The merchant's team was slaughtered; where as he managed to escape. He spent days in the desert, lost, until finally he came across other travelers and hitched a ride to the nearest village. Once in the village, the merchant was rushed to the hospital where a stinger was found embedded into his spine. The stinger was that of a scorpions', and he was given antitoxin. The merchant, now said to be hysterical from being in the sun too long and poison from a scorpion, is trying to get people's attention about the monsters hiding in the sandstorms in the streets of the village. He also mentions about a valuable treasure amongst the ruins where his group was allegedly attacked; and is willing to pay for anyone to help him go reclaim it as long as they are understanding the stakes.
Encounter able Enemies while on your way to the location: Rattle Snakes. Scorpions. Tarantulas. Cactoids. (<= Weak) Thieves/Bandits (Normal) and Sand whales. (Strong)
Enemies at mission location: (Depending on the monster die you roll)
Weak monsters: Scorpions.
Normal Monsters: Basilisks.
Strong Monsters: Giant Scorpions.
Boss: Chimera - a legendary creature and lord of the desert. It's body consists of the body and head lion, the head of a goat, and the head and body of a serpent for a tail. Do not underestimate this beast under all costs, for it's poisonous tail is enough to kill even the most durable light mages, and it's claws and fangs are strong enough to crush bones with ease. This creature's presence is said to bring abnormal heat waves in the already blistering hot desert, as well as vicious sandstorms.
Rewards: The merchant can't pay you for he has lost his caravan in the sandstorm. He can however appeal the appraisal of lost items in the dessert that can range from Rusted Strong items (Takes 5,000 jewels to repair rusted items), to treasure each valuing 2000-3000 Jewels when sold. Some Items however can be worth nothing as they are either too rusted to be recognized, and or they are not valuable.
Roll the normal dice when you wish to find an Item: Each player can only carry 3 items only. Players can only roll 4 Times, never all at once. They must each be seperate; seperated by at least 4 posts.
1- 2000 jewel treasure
3- 0 Jewels
6- Strong Item
This job was going to be in a place many people fear going to fue to the fact that they may get lost. Meanwhile, the violinist went there twice on his own if you counted out Hus familiar from the equation. Ignite was standing by his side as they were reading the job description that Elyx this time got in the morning. This time, he woke up Ignite to do this. One thing struck him as odd, the reward was marked with a few question marks. Would that mean the job varies. Considering the fact that this is coming from a merchant, the amount of jewels he might spare would be huge and all he would have to do is complete this job. Though the jobs are getting yard and take up to two days to complete, he is still obtaining more rewards and his house has grown so tall ever since he became a rank B mage. It was nice how hard work eventually pays off. But he did not want to stop there, and the Bone Bracelets are proof that he is what he is. Though standing still for an hour just to get an answer is not something he would expect himself to do for the exam. A dragon bone... Eh... It could be worse. Its not like he was a Dragon Slayer anyways, so its not like using this bones would cause him any harm. In fact, there was only one person he knew that was a Dragon Slayer, and she was from a different guild and everything.
What's your verdict on this Ignite? Elyx asked as he put his hand on his fists as he was still trying to process this. This job was about the recent wipeout of people in the storms, about a week ago. The men were described to be going to a shop, but ended up getting caught in the storm and shifted away to some random area in the desert. They have enough food and water to survive up to two weeks, but that doesn't mean they were going to make it out in time. That's where the Bounty Hunters come in for the rescue. Ignite put her arms flat on the violinists head and thought about the situation as well. Well you are a Bounty Hunter of a Rank B Job. I don't think this would be hard at all. Ignite explained as she then let go of her weight from his head. That did make a good point, it could be a lot harder than this, and the reward may be promising at the end of this as well. Its just having a natural advantage, all they had to do was do what normal Bounty Hunters do. Well Ignite, we are going to the Forgotten Desert if you can remember. I'm still trying to figure out how you and the client were friends at first instead of fighting due to suspicious. From there, Ignite smiled a micheivious smile as she then replied. I'm Ignite Rosella, that's all it takes.