- Job: Strange Vulcans! (Part One)
Rank: C-Rank Job
Player Requirements: 2 Players Defeat 10 Primates, 15 post minimum. (200+ Words Per Post)
Requirements: Stop the Vulcans from stealing food from the nearby villages in the Spooky Forest.
Location: Spooky Forest
Description: Signs of vulcans have appeared in the Spooky Forest! These vulcans are seem to be stealing food from the nearby villages. Stop them before they hurt someone! If you take the job you must bring another mage with you.
Weak: Young vulcans
Normal: Low-level adult vulcans
Strong: High-level vulcans
[optional]Boss: Troll Kong: King of the forest Vulcans. Unlike others; it has two sets of arms, each double the muscle mass. Do not confuse this thing for being slow or unbalanced, it has adapted well to being able to not only move quick but is extremely agile as well; able to swing through trees faster than any other Vulcan.
Prize: 2,000 Jewels
The Imp had to hold onto its hat to keep it from blowing away in the wind on the uncomfortably hot afternoon. It trudged towards the edge of the spooky forest with feet full of determination and a head full of empty. Today it had taken its first serious combat job to to defeat some Vulcans that had been troubling the area. Seeing the request the Imp knew immediately that only it could do this job, imps and vulcans were like cats and dogs eternal enemies that knew each other well and as such the Imp was most familiar with how to take them down. Of course its normal tactics involved having twenty or so other imps to back it up, but the Imp dismissed that as a harmless detail. Which was how the story would be recounted of course if the Imp was asked about it later, in truth the thought had just never crossed its mind.
It progressed up a gravel path that ended right at the forest's edge before coming to a stop at the path's end. It looked up the forest only now truly taking in the depths of the darkness before it. The swirling fog and hidden mysteries of the place made the Imp take a step back and reconsider its plans. The spooky forest was aptly named and it left the Imp shaking in its little imp shoes. It resolved to turn around and run away just as soon as it stopped being paralyzed in terror.