- Job Details:
Job Title: Missing stolen Jewelry
Player Requirements: N/A
Job Requirements: 2000 word minimum per character through entire thread.
Job Location: Hargeon Town
Job Description: My beloved wifes jewelry was misplaced during a vacation to Hargeon town. Please find it for me.
After searching the town for a few posts it is possible to meet a street Urchin who will give you Intel on the whereabouts of said jewelry(roll 1 dice per person per post until you find a street urchin). The street urchin will need a post or two of convincing to give you the information depending on how you go about getting the info.
Follow the advice to meet the boss, a pawnshop owner who is selling stolen goods. You however need to prove he’s selling stolen goods Continue arguing with the boss until you roll a boss in which you can find proof he’s selling stolen goods(roll 2 dice per person per post until a boss dice is rolled). Keep track of how many other dice results you get.
Afterwards a fight ensues and multiple punks and armed punks and even his street urchins will swarm the place in an all out brawl. Defeat the Pawnshop dealer and the low lives will scatter and you complete the mission. How many of each enemy appear are determined by the rolls you made during the argument and what appeared. So if after 3 posts total you rolled 3 weak, 2 strong, and 1 boss dice you will fight 3 punks, two street urchins, and the boss.
Punk(D): nobodies not worth mentioning who are slow and uncoordinated. These low lifes have no skill in what they’re doing typically flail their fists around and are pretty easy to deal with. Can’t appear until the boss appears.
Armed Punk (D+): Punks with two by fours and metal pipes. Just as uncoordinated but pack a heavier punch then the punks. Can not appear until the boss appears.
Street Urchin (C): Low-lives who wander the streets of all cities and are particularly small, these guys are a great source of information if you can get your hands on one and convince them to give you information. Their honestly non-violent and aren’t stupid enough to take on mages but you’ll need to convince one to give you real information if you want to find the jewelry, which, in a city as big as Hargeon, would be a needle in a haystack. Aggravate one though and they may put a knife in your chest.
Pawnshop owner (C+): A shop owner who has been knowingly selling stolen goods. He carries a one handed mace as his weapon and is pretty good at using it although not as good as many would believe.
Reward: 15,000 jewels
For the first time in a while, the sand had spoken urgently again. "What is it this time?" Chrono asked. As you may know, wherever Chrono set foot, sand followed, and whenever the sand followed Chrono, for spiritual reasons, Chrono had tendency to speak to his sand. Why, you ask? Because the souls of his parents inhabited it. His father, Mizael, oftentimes focused on other matters, but whenever Chrono set foot in a potentially crime-infested area, Aki was the one to take charge. To summarize, through sand, Aki was currently speaking to her son. Chrono enjoyed wandering about through Fiore nowadays, but never did he think he'd come across another area where trouble was afoot. And, of course, with the code of a legal guild, whenever trouble was afoot, Chrono held the responsibility to take care of it. This was the part of him that Aki always saw and admired about her son. Mizael, surprisingly, watched from the shadows of the sand, hoping to see if Chrono could surpass yet another task; this time one of suspicion than danger, to be specific.
On his way to the scene, a man could be heard hyperventilating, running at his utmost towards Chrono with a note in his hand. This man appeared to be a messenger, but what for? "The council forgot to hand this to you! I apologize on behalf of their mistakes!" The messenger explained before running away. The silly council and their rush to activities. Chrono looked at the note, where he noticed not a name, but another guild who was to send a representative alongside Chrono to take on this task? Would it really be that difficult?