- Job Details:
- Job: Stop The Traitor!
Rank: A Rank
Location: The Town of the Guild you wish to work for.
Player Requirements: 1 A rank Minimum or 2 B Rank Minimum, Neutral and Dark Guilds only; guildless may be invited to help out a Neutral/Dark Guild member doing this job. 350 words per post. If done solo: 30 posts, otherwise 15 posts per player
Job Requirements: To find and neutralize the member of the guild who has began plotting against the Master and attempting to destroy the Master's plans!
Guilded Member: A member of your guild has begun plotting against the Master and destroying the reputation of the Guild along with selling its secrets! Find them and take care of them before they can reach the enemy!
Non Guilded: A Master of a guild has a traitor in their ranks who is selling their secrets! Find and stop them before they reach the opposing guild. Take them dead or alive.
Importance: High level.
Weak: 10x Hypnotised Villagers - C Rank: These people may be knocked out or killed depending upon your guild's ethics. They carry small or no weapons. - Takes a single B rank to bring down
Normal: 5x Rogue Mages - A Rank: Mages who will want a piece of the information, these mages magic will vary at the writers choice. - Takes a single A rank to bring down
Strong: 5x Members of opposing Guild - A Rank: These are members of the guild that want your guild's information! Bring them down by any means necessary. - Takes 2 A ranks to bring down each
Boss: 1x Traitor! - S Rank: This chap uses Hypnosis and illusion magic! it is strong and he likes to play tricks, he gained the nickname Loki so be wary of him! Bring him down no matter what. - Takes 10 A ranks to bring down
Reward: 25,000 and acknowledgement from your GM.
Aiyana just could not understand it. Why would someone want to hurt her guild with the intentions that she had for it? It had started yesterday when one of her people had come to her injured, going on about how a strange person had been in the guild hall. When she had spotted them, gender unknown due to the clothing they had been wearing, the person had attacked with a knife before running away. While the knife had only grazed her, the wound had been checked out thoroughly to make sure there was no poison or malicious magic on it that could make it worse. From there the guild master of Pharaoh’s Call began a search through the giant building to see if she could see, or magically sense, anyone that should not be there.
When her internal search proved fruitless, Aiyana turned to Mao and asked if she knew anyone that was not in the guild that could be trusted, and also handle themselves in a fight. The conversation had led to a girl named Sharp, one that had proven to be quite useful in a fight according to her job with Mao to deal with some werewolves. After spending some time with her mate, making sure she could handle the place and make sure it did not go insane while she was not there, Aiyana sent out a message that would, hopefully, find its way to Sharp. After giving ample time, a couple days, the young woman went to the nearest desert village where she was expected to meet her.
The village was not the biggest of the ones that were near the guild hall. When the guild had taken up residence in the structure a few of the scattered villages had begun to group around it, using the mages and people there for protection as well as trade for the harsh environment. The current village she was standing in the midst of was one that took to the trade of pottery. The hand made objects were made in all sorts of styles, shapes, and sizes. One could buy one to store water, to hold spices, clothing, or anything else from here. No less, one could also barter if you had something that the people might want, such as food and water. A desert had little in the ways of food, other than hunting, so food was always a highly sought out commodity.
While Aiyana wished she could find some to decorate the hall with, the young leader had other things to deal with that were a lot more important. It was her intention to ask around and find out if they had seen anything suspicious in town lately, though most did not. With no luck to it, and no one coming directly to her about, the woman would just have to wait for her guest to arrive before she did anything else. After all, they had a lot of ground to cover in the desert if it ended up a large search.