- Job Description:
- Name: For the Glory of the Guilds!
Player Requirements: Must have at least two people from a different guild. A maximum of four may attend. (The greater the number of guild differences, the greater the reward) 5O word min per post, each player must have at least four posts.
Job Requirements:Must provide in-depth information about your guild.
Must have two or more different guild members present.
Can be from a legal or a dark guild.
Job Description: Oh, hoho! Hello there magical magician wizard persons! I have money and a problem!
You see, I am writing an almanac on all of the guilds throughout the land but I've only been able to gather simple, and face information. I want more! I want to know these guilds like the back of my hand! My book will be like no other!! Haha!! So, regardless of your guild affiliation, please, come! If you know your guilds' history and current power members' powers, and your guildhalls! Hoho!
Upon appeasing this man's taste for knowledge, he will stand up, closing his notebook and flash you both a smile. He will then thank you for your cooperation and reach into his jacket pocket. With a flick of his wrist, he will shuck out 1,000 jewels and tell you to have a good day. Just as you turn to leave, you'll feel a chill run down your spine, as you feel like you've done something that you might regret in the future...
It was a rather normal day, although the sky was greyer than average. Oak Town, like always, was rather busy, mostly being visited by scholars and mages who wanted to visit the grand library. Akeya was one of them, having just walked out of the building while reading a scroll. The clouds covering most of the sky didn't bother her: in fact, they made it easier for her to be outside, since now at least the sun wasn't dominating everything. Looking up the half dragon noticed some man wearing fancy clothing looking around with an unusual amount of enthusiasm. She idly wondered what he was being so energetic about, although she didn't really feel interested enough to go over and ask.