- Job: Afternoon Freakout
Player Requirements: Thread must be at least 20 posts long. C Ranked Wizards or Above. Or a combination of two D Ranked Wizards or more. 250 Words Minimum Each Post.
Job Requirements: Stop the paranoid Wizard and his cronies from attacking civilians in the market. Stop him before he's able too harm or kill 15 people. Must defeat ONE group of Henchmen or Cocky Fire Wizards and either the Insane Fire-Make Wizard, or the Mind Wizard. 3 wizards Max Allowed on this Mission / Job.
(Note: If you roll for the Mind Wizard and he appears, the Insane Fire-Make Wizard's spell will be broken, and he will flee the scene in horror of what he's done alongside any Henchmen, or Cocky Fire Wizards, who will also be freed from the spell, as the Mind Wizard is interested in fighting you with no help, on his own.)
Job Location: Oak Town
Job Description: A wizard is loosing his mind slowly, but surely in Oak Town. You've arrived on the scene shortly after a mission was hurriedly posted on the board. For the past few days, a Fire Wizard has been heading too the market with his band of wizards and attacking innocent civilians, claiming that they're Demons. It would appear that he's under some form of enchantment or spell that's controlling his mind. He still has his intelligence and still, he and his minions are a huge threat too those around them.
(Note: At the end of each round, he will roll a random Fire spell against a nearby group of civilians, a single civilian, or a shop / establishment. If you roll a miss, it misses. If you roll an attack, it lands and you loose 1 out of the 15 individuals you're supposed too protect.)
(Note: The name of the Wizard, and or his group of cronies is up too you.)
Weak: Henchmen Fire Wizard x3 (These guys use D-Ranked Fire Spells, mostly Fire Balls and Fire Streams that don't do too much damage. They can catch things on fire however. They go down in usually one hit, two at the most of any rank.)
Normal: Cocky Fire Wizard x3 (These guys use C-Ranked Magic, and are very skilled. They sling AOE fire spells at you, along with normal fireballs and fire streams. They take four C-Ranked hits each too defeat.)
Strong: The Insane Fire-Make Wizard (The source of the problem. A young wizard with a long blue coat with red runic markings on it. He has face length blue hair that sweeps around his face, with a deranged look and a constant toothy smile that just screams "I'm insane.", he uses a plethora of C-Ranked spells at rapid speed, and has a B-Ranked AOE fire spell that will deal incredible damage if you're hit by it. At the end of every turn, he rolls a "Damage Die" too see if he harms / kills one civilian or a nearby building / establishment. Takes 15 C-Ranked hits too defeat.)
Boss: Mind Wizard (The REAL source of the trouble in Oak Town, this guy brought the Insane Fire-Make Wizard under his control with his magic, so beware. He's a force too be reckoned with. If he appears, he will attempt too bring the civilians under his mind control, and force them too attack you. He uses Darkness-based magic along with his psychic abilities. Each round, he rolls a "Damage Die" if he misses, then he doesn't bring anyone under his control, if the Attack goes through then a group of civilians will attempt too impede your fight against him. Takes 20 C-Ranked hits too destroy. Will shield himself with Darkness-based magic, and strike with blasts of Shadows, and cause whipping shadows too jump from floors/walls/alleyways. Is very quick, and can have clouds of darkness lift him off the ground too get aerial and fight from rooftops. Good luck. His spells are C-Ranked, and B-Ranked.)
Reward: 5000 Jewels
Doing word count method, so 2,750 words for each of us!
Standing in the streets a blind man could’ve spotted the obvious tension in the air. The white haired girl stood off to the side, a dark brown plush rabbit clutched to her chest as its ears flopped past her arms. This whole thing seemed a bit of a bother to her, not entirely sure why it was her problem at all really…probably why the bartender she usually talked to back at the guild insisted she take the job. He’d been a nice enough fellow to her during her stay thus far and the primary person the short mage talked to at all as the others were, well, more entertaining to watch. They seemed lively, but Shade couldn’t bring herself to jump into any of those frays or conversations. Here people didn't want to approach her luckily, too busy looking around as if waiting for an event to happen at a moment's notice. Truly they looked like herbivores on the lookout for a predator in the shadows...
As a breeze passed by she slipped further next to the building, a hand shielding her face as white hair danced with the wind, most of it free to do as it pleased and coattails of her white jacket joining without abandon. She didn’t worry so much about it or her dress beneath, charcoal colored leggings ensuring that any flirting with Mother Nature’s sighs wouldn’t result in embarrassment on the girl’s behalf. However with it proving to be a windier day than she’d like the girl pulled the voluminous hood over her head to help abate it somewhat and leave the long ends to do as they pleased as she peered about: no sign of her partner yet.
According to the man currently running the bar – she’d heard he was a bit more of a recent replacement for some man named “Kiku” – it’d be nigh impossible to miss the guild mate. From the sounds of it the woman stood covered in fur and rather foxy in nature…and stature, going by the name “Brandy.” As far as Shade could tell the woman sounded a delight in appearance alone, admittedly tempted to try and “pet” the woman to see if her fur might be soft and if not, well then she’d have to recommend a product or few. Any further details fell short as the man couldn’t admit to much beyond passing conversations at best, the girl just about as new as Shade to Infinity Hydra – hell he still didn’t know that the various plush creatures she toted around could come to life at their or her whims so the mage wouldn’t fault him for that. They needed to deal with a local mage going around causing issues, for some reason assaulting people on the claims of "demonhood" and the like, as well as merely going around proclaiming his name as "GARY MOTHER FUCKING-SALAMANDER OAK" and often leaving people burnt and injured with a simple farewell of "SMELL YA LATER!" He sounded like an odd fellow, though supposedly this was a bit out of the norm for him as the youth generally helped the people. So they needed to figure out what was up with "Gary Mother-Fucking-Salamander Oak" and soon before more suffered at his hands.
They hadn’t a chance to meet before arriving here since Shade hadn’t exactly been home at the time, out wandering as per usual. It’d been happenstance she turned out to be nearby when the request for help came into the guild and the man frantically tried to find people to respond quickly so relocating was easy even if a bit annoying in her opinion. ’Still not sure why someone else couldn’t do it…but I guess I get to meet an interesting person.’ Being only part animal herself she had a few questions for the girl, curious on the differences in life because Shade could at least hide her ears and tails, but she imagined Brandy held no such luck. Did she have issues with the public? Did they have issues with her? What about styles of clothes, what fashion did she like? Where on the spectrum from raw to well-done did she take her steaks? ’Though…well-done’s close to a chunk of charcoal so…surely she prefers at least medium if not towards the juicier…rare…spectrum…’ The rabbit in her arm giggled quietly, able to listen to the mental flow as Shade’s attention drifted from her partner to food, though its body betrayed no sign of movement.
”You should keep an eye out…your attention’s drifting again,” a low voice warned, snapping the girl from her thoughts, ”wouldn’t be well to miss her simply because you were daydreaming about lunch, now would it?”
Properly chastised her downcast, magenta eyes turning to stare are the dark fox form of Amarylis, the unusual denizen approaching from behind. Red eyes scouted around, trying to see if perhaps Shade already missed her during her daydreams. ”Well with any luck she knows to look for the one dressed in white…and possibly holding a toy.”
If she hadn’t considered Amarylis as a mother figure, Shade might’ve bopped her on the head, instead settling for a pout as she further squeezed Haigha in her stuffed form.