- Established | Surīpingu Mori has established a base of operations for this planet, whether it be a simple house or a large settlement (or several). Furthermore, the guild has been given permission to stay on the planet by the planet's inhabitants (if it has any to begin with). The guardian of a planet must do a twenty-post thread (250 words per post) in which he or she builds base of some sort or establishes an embassy with the planet's inhabitants. to reach established status.
Here they were again, huh? Saika and Rin, part of the Sleeping Fantasia of Sleeping Forest stared up at the portal. In their quest to bring justice to planets all over the universe, they had come to Nazo only once before. This time, instead of just checking things out, the two were going to try and set up a small settlement on the odd planet. This was a planet where anything could happen. Nothing fit the normal rules. I mean, Saika had been able to defy gravity entirely last time, and treat the air molecules like they were solid. The creature's seen were also extremely weird, and quite honestly, both were a little scared to use magic in case of what could happen in such an unusual place. If they could manage to build a settlement here at all... might the inhabitants attack? Who could possibly know?
This was why the two had sent out for help, seeing as both were still ranked D. A Fairy Tail legal mage and a Guildless mage had both accepted the request, and the siblings were rather apprehensive to what these strange mages could be like. The legal mage wouldn't be something too big to worry about, as they never cared too much for Sleeping Forest unless the guild did anything big. The Guildless was much more of a gamble, seeing as Guildless mages could have the strangest, most random ideas. Even now, Rin's brow was furrowed, staring worriedly at the sheet with names of those who had accepted. The angelic girl hated taking such gambles, and would have preferred to do background searches on all mages attending before beginning. However, her sister had had a point in the fact that they needed to get a move on spreading justice. Seeing as Sleeping Forest's numbers were small, there wasn't too much they could do now.
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