- Job info:
- Job: Mercenaries!
Player Requirements: Minimum of 10 posts per player, 250 words each
Job Requirements: minimum of 2 C-rank, 3 D-rank or one C and 1 D-rank mage
Job Location: Royal Castle
The client, Markus Strauss, has a small problem. He is a politician and as a result has many enemies. Over the past few months there have been 8 assassination attempts on him. His wife Marie Strauss is worried about her husband’s well-being and would like to have some mage guard him. Seeing as to how her husband is too “dignified” to ask for help, she would like you to guard him secretly.
Enemies: Assassins – These guys are usually in groups of 2-6 people and carry a different variety of weapons. They are agile and well coordinated and can prove to be a challenge for even C-ranks. They will always aim for their intended target as a priority.
Reward: 1,750 or nothing if Markus spots you or he gets assassinated.
Zaltac was in dire need of further testing his strength, as well as the ability to progress within the guild. His isolated time spent training would do him no good if he could not progress. And a mission was the perfect opportunity to test out his level of strength. Though he could not do this alone, he requested for anyone to join him within their guild. The job was simple, as it appeared on paper: to protect a politician -while remaining in the shadows- from assassins. Seeing as this would test stealth and covert operations; it was a nice challenge for Zaltac. And possibly whoever he was partnered up with. Though Zaltac did not wait for who was to join him, as he left to the mission sight the moment he stamped on his notice. He would know who was to be helping him by their arrival with his own hand written notice to present to him. This would entitle Zaltac to split the reward as needed for a job well done, or failed. However, Zaltac's head start also left him at a disadvantage should anything occur while he is waiting for his partner. A risky strategy that no one might even notice thus leaving him alone. Yet, for some reason, he knew that someone was going to show. A gut feeling for the blind warrior.
Zaltac was at the train station, getting ready to head out towards the nearest village to the Royal Castle in order to begin the mission. With passport in hand just in case, Zaltac would buy his ticket and begin boarding the train. There was still time left before departure, should anyone make it there in time.