- Name: House Repair!
Player Requirements: Solo, a partner, or with a group. No more than 5 mages. 150 words minimum with 10 post minimum each.
Job Requirements: Repair the House and Porch before the next storm (20 posts after beginning.)
Location: Magnolia Town
Client’s name: Josh Weathersteins
Information: The Weathersteins house has run into various issues after a recent storm blew over. Mister Weatherstein is too old to repair everything himself. The request is only available for a limited time until their neighbors finish their own to help them out, however with news of yet another storm coming the house repairs are essential. In the mission the Weathersteins roof and gutters had been damaged by the storm. The mage will have to climb on top of the house to replace the shingles and re-secure the gutters. In addition they will also have to repair the front porch where a tree limb fell down and broke the wooden railing along with the floor boards. The work is likely to last for more than one day due to the large scale of work done on the roof and then the porch. New wood will have to be brought in from the store, nailed down then treated so that the water doesn't begin to rot it.
Rewards: 1,500 jewels each.
It felt strange to be walking around Magnolia so casually. He had only been here once before and yet, Eliot seemed to move like it was his home town. It was probably because it was laid out in such a manner that getting lost was nearly impossible. It was safe to say that he had explored almost the entire town of Magnolia before he even got a chance to really learn about his guild’s home, Clover Town.
“They’ll be time to explore later.” He told himself, smiling. Blue Pegasus was his guild now and he had no doubt that he would be spending a lot of time with the town and its inhabitants. The very idea brought a smile to his face.
He was passing by a large flyer board when he noticed a piece of paper hanging from it, fairly larger than the rest. He stopped and blinked as he read the title “NEED WIZARD IMMEDIATELY. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE!”