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    Flick vs Man-Child

    Fence44
    Fence44

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Reaper's Touch
    Position : None
    Posts : 40
    Guild : Suripingu Mori
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 24
    Experience : 25

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Phantom Express Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

    Private Flick vs Man-Child

    Post by Fence44 17th June 2015, 6:54 pm

    Spoiler:
    Job: Bully the bully
    Rank: D
    Player Requirements: D-rank and above.
    Job Requirements: Minimum of 5 posts of 150 words per character. Must ensure that the bully is dealt with one way or another.
    Job Location: Magnolia
    Job Description:  A kid is having problems dealing with bullies at school and has been collecting as much pocket change to pay fr a job. While it is chump change, the job is to scare the bully away so that the kid can have a decent life. He wants the bully to be scared and will get in trouble if the aggressor is found beaten or dead. Although Dark guilds could by all means choose to forgo the monetary reward and go straight to the extreme.
    Reward: 100 Jewels or none if the bully gets hurt.


    "So... I heard you've been making a fool out of little Timmy?"

    It was nighttime. Midnight, to be exact. And Flick in a spectacularly bad mood, not that that was particularly unusual for the unsocial mage.

    Some little scamp- "Little" Timmy- had sent a letter specifically addressed to Flick, demanding that he "scare the pants off" a kid name Riley. Apparently Timmy had helped Flick find his way to a nearby inn during the mage's search for Suripingu Mori. Not quite sure how the letter arrived to the back of a living, breathing turtle in the middle of nowhere, Flick decided to give the kid the benefit of the doubt and set off on his first job. Cheap as it was.

    The boat ride back was cold and wet, the food mediocre, and Flick didn't even want to think about what he had to go through to get ahold of Riley's address. Nevertheless, here he was, face-to-face with the hulking boy outside his fancy villa. The kid didn't know it yet, but shit was about to get real real.


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    Fence44
    Fence44

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Reaper's Touch
    Position : None
    Posts : 40
    Guild : Suripingu Mori
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 24
    Experience : 25

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Phantom Express Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

    Private Re: Flick vs Man-Child

    Post by Fence44 17th June 2015, 6:57 pm

    Despite his confident inner dialogue, he had to admit that the 15-year-old was absolutely massive. The tattoo of a monkey ran down the right side of his cut face, and muscles rippled all over the boy's stout body. Flick understood why Timmy had felt the need to hire someone else to do his dirty work. For a kid under 5"6, this guy looked strong. Not that he was particularly afraid of being beaten.

    A lopsided grin split Riley's face in two. "You here to join my crew? Cus if yer not, I suggest you leave while I'm bein' polite." Knuckles cracked in the darkness.

    "I was sent here to scare you into leaving Timmy alone." Flick preferred to stay away from complicated mind-games. Best to be direct.

    The bully looked dumbfounded, lips silently sounding out the older boy's announcement. His brows furrowed. Suddenly, he dashed forward in a what Flick assumed was supposed to be a surprise attack.
    Fence44
    Fence44

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Reaper's Touch
    Position : None
    Posts : 40
    Guild : Suripingu Mori
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 24
    Experience : 25

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Phantom Express Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

    Private Re: Flick vs Man-Child

    Post by Fence44 17th June 2015, 7:23 pm

    Flick tsked, as did a voice just over his shoulder. Riley's charge came to a screeching halt, and the boy's eyes nearly popped out of his oversized skull.

    "Whoa. Is that- is that a ghost?"

    Not the reaction Flick was expecting. His summon, Ralph, was one of his favorite waiters, even if he did get a kick out of unnerving new passengers. This time, however, Flick was counting on the old ghost's warped sense of humor. The ghost nodded once to his Conductor, then blurred forward, staring the awed kid eye-to-eye. A whispery voice spoke, "You're in trouble now, boy. Give up now, son. Before someone gets hurt.".

    A wonderful performance, that. Flick had to give the old waiter kudos: he could do creepy.

    Riley paled visibly, but stood his ground. "I ain't afeared of no ghost. Specially not one as old as you." As if to prove his point, the boy poked his finger through Ralph's whispy eye-hole. Flick winced. Ralph hated it when people stuck their "appendages" through him.

    Spoiler:
    Name: Phantasmal Crew

    Rank: D

    Type: Summon, Support

    Duration: 3 rounds

    Cooldown: 4 rounds

    Description:
    Officers, maids, waiters, and all manner of ghostly apparitions materialize by Flick and his allies. The crew of the Phantom Express is always ready to assist its passenger, be it back troubles, spilled coffee, or a bloody gash in need of bandaging. Invisible and very much dead, they are able to fly, crawl, sidestep, or even burrow in order to make themselves available for support. Tips, of course, are always welcome.

    A ghostly crew composed of former passengers who committed themselves to joining the Phantom Express in the afterlife, they automatically tend to all Flick’s allies every need. Such tasks include:
    - Instantly drawing, sheathing, and swapping weapons
    - Bandaging wounds
    - Carrying loads under 100 lbs
    And fetching/delivering items or spoken messages. For every consecutive turn this ability is used, the Crew politely requests a tip of 5% MP in order to give the “best service possible”. The Crew can travel up to fifty feet from Flick or another summon, with a maximum of one crew member per ally. Because these ghosts are forever tied to the Phantom Express, they are considered to be a part of it.

    Strengths:
    - No limit of phantoms, other than one per person.
    - Respond to allies’ thoughts and wishes (including Flick’s).
    - Can fly and move through solid terrain (though not if they are holding onto material objects).
    - Wide array of uses
    Weaknesses:
    - Can quickly drain allies’ mana
    - Cannot intentionally harm a person (e.g. Dropping a pointy sword on someone's head or punching a person).
    - Might confuse or hinder an ally unaware of the Crew’s presence
    - Can only perform one task per person per turn (sheathing AND drawing a weapon counts as one task, though it would take two turns to send a message and receive a response).
    - They can be a cranky bunch when dealing with sour passengers, and Flick’s allies are no exception. Careful of your attitude, lest you ask find yourself tossing the remains of yesterday’s lunch instead of your trusty throwing knife.
    Fence44
    Fence44

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Reaper's Touch
    Position : None
    Posts : 40
    Guild : Suripingu Mori
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 24
    Experience : 25

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Phantom Express Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

    Private Re: Flick vs Man-Child

    Post by Fence44 17th June 2015, 7:42 pm

    Riley cackled when Ralph did nothing. "Bonus points if I hit the bull's-eye!" He lunged, fist streaking downward towards the ghost's no-no square. Flick streaked forward, catching the errant fist mid-punch and shoving the gross punk backwards. Sweat dampened the back of his neck, and he risked a glance towards the frozen waiter.

    Sockets utterly devoid of humor glanced back. Flick gulped.

    "Ahhh!!!" the man-child bellowed, swinging his fist at the nervous mage's face. Distracted as he was, it almost connected, skimming his collarbone and sending Riley in a tumble of forward momentum. Flick could barely resist helping the troublesome brat along. Not wanting to push his luck, Flick tried for a less-ricky approach. He willed Ralph to pick up the hundred-pound tree branch Flick had brought along for this specific encounter. The ghost slowly limped over to the prone boy, branch thumping heavily as it dragged across the pavement.
    Fence44
    Fence44

    1 Year Anniversary- Player 
    Lineage : Reaper's Touch
    Position : None
    Posts : 40
    Guild : Suripingu Mori
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Age : 24
    Experience : 25

    Character Sheet
    First Magic: Phantom Express Magic
    Second Magic:
    Third Magic:

    Private Re: Flick vs Man-Child

    Post by Fence44 17th June 2015, 7:57 pm

    Finally, the bully yelped. Terrified, he wobbled to his feet. "What do you want from me?! Money? I- I have some in the house!" The kid was babbling, which meant Flick's job was almost done. Ralph's approach slowly came to a halt, his face somehow staring daggers at the poor kid despite its lack of eyeballs.

    "Stay away from Timmy. Or we'll be back," Flick added, almost as an afterthought. Riley nodded, tripping over his own feet as he ran to the safety of his home. As the weary mage retreated into the darkness, he briefly wondered if he should have told the bully to stop picking on kids completely. No. Best to stick to the mission. The rest is up to them. Flick believed in Fate. Maybe it was childish of him, but if something was meant to be, then it wasn't necessary for him to force it along.

    The mage faded from the dim starlight, one shadow among many. A lone branch thudded to the ground- the last and only trace of the events tat had occurred.

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