- Job Description:
- Job: Housekeeping!
Job Location: Clover Town
Player Requirements: Max group of two. 5 posts each, at least. 150 words minimum per post
Job Requirements: One D-rank mage or higher; Solve all of the clients dilemmas.
Job Description: "I'm going away on vacation and I just can't find a house maintenance done while I'm gone, please, will anyone out there help me. Watch out for Frank though, he's the neighbors dog that always finds a way in somehow, as long as you keep out of sight, but find a way to stop him from coming back without killing him. Also, there's a pesky fly problem. And finally, I have a leaky roof. Good luck! "
If "Boss" is rolled, it also counts as Strong. If "Normal" is rolled it counts as weak.
Strong; Frank is pretty strong against D-rank mages, so he's a bit of a challenge, he runs very fast for a dog and has the biting pressure of a crocodile.
Weak; They are flys, they are annoyingly fast and small, making them hard to hit. Weakness to lightning and bug zappers.
Reward: 1,250 jewels each
Javel's new mission took in place in Clover Town. He left the guild at the dawn and made his way to the nearest train station, arriving at his destination within hours of leaving. The dark mage, as he walked to his client's home, took a look at the mission slip and tried to make note of what he should be expecting out of this mission.
His client in particular seems to be on vacation, and it was the mage's job to keep watch over the home left behind. It didn't sound too hard as the client's request was rather simplistic and straight-to-the-point. If all goes well, Javel expected himself to have another successful mission under his belt. Granted there were potentially going to be nuisances that he would have to deal with as he kept guard over the unoccupied home, but the dark mage was relatively confident in his skills; he'd dealt with worst in the past.
Javel reached the address. The house was more like a mansion than anything else; it was no wonder why the client wanted someone to watch over it in fear or robbery or trespassing. The dark mage took out the key attached to the mission slip and unlocked the front door. He stepped in...