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    A Tug In The Right Direction

    Raiden
    Raiden

    Player 
    Lineage : None
    Position : None
    Posts : 105
    Guild : Guidless
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 32
    Experience : 175

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Lightning Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Raiden 5th May 2015, 9:42 pm

    Mission:
    Job: Escort on a train
    Rank: D
    Player Requirements: D-rank and above.
    Job Requirements: Minimum of 5 posts of 150 words per character. Must by all means make sure that she gets on that train and stay on ride.
    Job Location: Magnolia
    Job Description: A scared person requires help riding a train, but because of his fear will not even get on it. He requires to get to his destination by tommorow and the train is the only viable way of travel. So his spouse in order to secure his career has gathered her savings to hire a mage to escort her husband to the train. He is so scared out of his mind that it will be required to drag him on the train kicking and screaming and make keep an eye on him so he won't jump out. You also cannot do any lasting damage to him as he needs to look presentable.
    Reward: 500 Jewels

    This time the white haired gentleman named Raiden Strihart was in for something quite hysterical. For the moment Raiden found himself sitting at the train station with a jittery man siting next to him to whom was the husband of his current client. The man was fearful of getting on trains for who know what reason but for now it was Raidens job to make sure he gets on and to his destination without a hitch.

    However this man did not seem like he would comply so easily for at the moment all he did was hold his bag tightly and mumble to himself. At first glance you would think he was crazy but all in all he was just a frighten man. Raiden could only hope that he wouldn't have to do anything drastic to get this man on this train but knew fully well that this man was indeed going to get on whether he wanted to or not.


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    Raiden
    Raiden

    Player 
    Lineage : None
    Position : None
    Posts : 105
    Guild : Guidless
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 32
    Experience : 175

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Lightning Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Raiden 5th May 2015, 9:50 pm

    The sound of the train while and howl of it leaving the station placed the man in a even deeper sense of fear. This train wasn't even the one they were suppose to board and yet he still could find no solace even in that. Raiden could see that this maybe a mission that could only be accomplished by force to which he was accustomed and had no problems. He was told specifically that he could not doing anything to the man that would have lasting damage but there were many ways to hurt someone without anyone know.

    They're train began to come in sight as the howl of its coal stack huff and puffed it way towards them. "This is our train Mr.Remy. Do try and muster up your courage." Mr.Remy would not retort but simply look down to the ground with the expression of a sad puppy as he knew the time of dealing with his fear was about to be upon him.


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    A Tug In The Right Direction Ece1f888-d4bb-4ace-acd8-db29b8e0a30c_zpse77922b1
    Raiden
    Raiden

    Player 
    Lineage : None
    Position : None
    Posts : 105
    Guild : Guidless
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 32
    Experience : 175

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Lightning Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Raiden 5th May 2015, 10:05 pm

    Once the train docked in station the man named Mr.Remy became a a little more distraught with the impending date with his fear. Raiden would gripped the grown man by the arm and raise him from his seat. The the man was astonished by Raiden strength who seemed to lift the man with ease. Leading him towards the train Raiden asked one of the staff if the train was ready to board and with a nod he got the go ahead."Alright Mr.Remy now simply breath and follow me onto the train."

    Raiden took about two steps towards the entrance of one of the row cars before he felt Remy begin to try and tug away from him."I ..I can't, please let me-" Raiden quickly cut Mr.Remy off for he was not about to simply let him turn back now."Look you need to come to grips with the fact that your getting on this train, hence the reason why your wife hired me. Now if you please?"


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    A Tug In The Right Direction Ece1f888-d4bb-4ace-acd8-db29b8e0a30c_zpse77922b1
    Raiden
    Raiden

    Player 
    Lineage : None
    Position : None
    Posts : 105
    Guild : Guidless
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 32
    Experience : 175

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Lightning Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Raiden 5th May 2015, 10:14 pm

    A few of the staff would show a little concern by Mr.Remy's sudden fright but Raiden would assure them that it was in his best interest to get on this train. The man began to flail a bit and went as far as to swing his bag at Raiden, this began to irritate the white haired gentlemen and with that Raiden would let the crazed Remy go and with that the man feel to the ground. However Raiden was not just about to let him leave. Before he could stand to his feet Raiden swiftly chopped the business man on the back of the neck to knock him out cold.

    With that Raiden would lift Mr.Remy from the ground to place him over his shoulder, grab the bag and proceed to make his way on the train with the package in tow. Once inside Raiden would place the sleeping man into they're private cabin in the train, fasten his seat belt with his bag next to him and take his seat.


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    A Tug In The Right Direction Ece1f888-d4bb-4ace-acd8-db29b8e0a30c_zpse77922b1
    Raiden
    Raiden

    Player 
    Lineage : None
    Position : None
    Posts : 105
    Guild : Guidless
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 32
    Experience : 175

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Lightning Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

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    Post by Raiden 5th May 2015, 10:26 pm

    For a few hours Raiden watched the sleeping Mr.Remy, a man was such fear could not be considered a man at all, more so he wonder what a woman saw in him that would make her put up with such a audacious thing. But alas such thoughts were irrelevant for Raiden has kept his end of the bargain and fulfilled his contract. When the business man began to wake he could see that he was indeed on the train and instantly began to whimper. Raiden however would not show sympathy to the man."Mr.Remy I suggest you calm down before I have to put you back to sleep again. Its said the state you put yourself in over such a trivial thing."

    Now knowing what happened Mr.Remy could only sob a bit before Raiden spoke once more."You are now on the train, riding it, safe and sound. This in itself should conquer your fear...and if not then...there is simply now hope for you." The business man took a deep breath, wiped his face and looked out the window at the country side scenery. Seeing such beauty that he would have missed with eyes full of tears and a heart full of fear.


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