- 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
Life changed a bit since some robot went rogue. From what Shade gleamed after the events it’d been an “ally” or something of the sort to Black Rose before going rogue. They’d since relocated to a new, quite lively place that left Shade a bit mystified at times. So much to do, so much to see, and she couldn’t figure out what was wrong with taking the back street aside for people constantly trying to sell her something or buy something off of her. The place required plenty of exploration still, the girl either unsure if she’d been here before or if it’d merely changed beyond recognition since her last foray into the world of the living.
Donning her usual, casual clothing, as she pulled the laces on her boots Shade considered the plethora of stuffed animals on her bed. She’d created something of a collection, most of them sewn together by her hands and a few she’d particularly enjoyed bought. Of those hand-crafted a multitude of them housed broken down souls pieced together into new beings so they may forget the horrors of their lives or mistakes made – such as betraying her. Even now a small portion of that one silly fellow who dared to try and turn one of her denizens against her, the crow-like Aetas now amidst those adorning her bed. For the moment though she couldn’t fully summon him, not without sacrificing someone else for the moment. It was something that’d been on her mind though since the end of their prior job of escorting that lousy couple.
For this time she decided to stick to one of the long-eared bunnies, her fondness for them something she did well to forget, the memories too painful to really bother over. Instead she focused on something far more pleasant, the floppy-eared and smiling animal tucked in the crook of her arm as she raced up some stairs towards the inn’s dining room, and more importantly: the kitchen. ”Magna!” she cheerfully called out, forgetting about any sense of volume as only two things stayed on her mind – one of which being the chef himself, ”Do you have anything yummy ready? I slept so well that I’m famished!” To be fair he had promised her a feast or something along such lines, just that certain events pushed it off a little.