- Job Title: The Fallacy of Mankind: Stage 1-Ragnarok
Rank: 10 Year Job
Player Requirements: 2 S-Rank + (max 6 s-rank) 34,000 minimum word count. Legal and Neutral Guilds only.
Job Requirements: Slay the God-Dragon Ragnarok, eater of worlds, and defeat Fenrir.
Job Location: Ancient Ruins
Job Description: (Series Job) Ragnarok has returned. A mysterious letter from one calling himself Odin arrives, calling you to participate in Ragnarok. Ragnarok, or "The Final Destiny of the Gods"
is the destruction of the world, through a Dragon so powerful, it is said that it can swallow the world whole. At the behest of the letter, you arrive at the Ancient Ruins, Reforms into the golden hall of Valhalla. At your approach, the gates swing forth, and a haggard old man with one eye, resting on a walking stick. You introduce yourself, and he morphs into the one eyed "god" Odin, who sweeps you inside, and describes the situation to you...
Weak: Children of Fenrir: 4 Giant Wolves. The children of Fenrir are massive wolves, bred from Fenrir, and Loki's other child, Hel. In this, they are wolves to nearly rival the size and ferocity of their father, while having a hide so thick, they take 8 A-Rank Damage before death. If the corpses aren't incinerated, they revive with half of their health regenerated, until they fall after their 5th death. They are like normal wolves, however, with the only difference being their strength. When lashing out with their claws, they deal 3 A-Rank damage, but if they catch you in their jaws, they will deal 6 A-Rank damage.
Normal: Jotunn:3 Frost Giants. Jotunn are near-mindless berserkers who take ill all to easily, from spear to sword. They, however, are immune to most elemental magic, exempting Fire and Light magic. They have 2 S-Rank Health, and take 2X the normal damage output from Flame and Light based magic. Their attacks are pretty mindless, they can stomp for 8 A-Rank damage, but is 1/2 less likely to hit. They also have giant bone axes, which deal 1 S-Rank damage, while being 1/2 less likely to hit.
Strong: Fenrir:"the monster of the river Ván". Fenrir, A massive Wolf, as tall as a quarter league, and as wide as 40 men, is a massive brute of a monster. One of Loki's brood, he is a wolf immune to everything magic, except Fire and Binding Magic. Fenrir will stalk you, so the first time you roll strong, you will fight 5 Giant Wolves. The next time, Fenrir will lose patience and come out to face you himself. Fenrir has 5 S-Rank health, and takes 2.5X Damage from Fire magic, and is instantly bound by binding magic, though he will break out automatically 2 posts later. His attacks are a frost breath, that deals 5 S-rank Ice damage, and freezes the environment, leaving it hard to walk on. He then has 4 S-Rank Dark damage claws.
Boss: Ragnarok: The End of the World. Ragnarok has slain everyone calling themselves "gods", from the one called Odin, to all of his sons and daughters. Only Freya, goddess of battle, still lives, and is fighting Ragnarok, dealing heavy wounds, till Ragnarok obliterates Freya.
After this battle, Ragnarok is weakened, having only 15 S-rank health left, and cannot fully strike, having a fragment of Freya's blade in his side. His other attacks, however, are still operational. Ragnarok is immune to most magic users, but Godslayers, and Dragonslayers gain their usual buff from fighting him. He also take 2X damage from Celestial Key users, and 2.5X from celestial body magic. His attacks are his roar, which deals 10 S-Rank damage, and rends the earth underneath him, leaving nothing but a magmatic landscape. He then takes control of all lightning, and rains it down on the ground, dealing 10 S-rank lightning damage per hit. His last move, activated at 2 S-Rank or lower, is the World Eater attack, where he kills anything caught in his path as he moves directly downwards, then eats the world underneath him, causing magma upshots to deal 8 S-Rank Fire Damage, and 4 S-Rank Rock damage.
Reward: Each Participant receives 150K Jewel, as reward, and an invitation to Stage 2. Each participant also receives a Strong (+) Pet from completion of the job.
Tomorrow I will come back
Leader of the whole pack
Beat me black and blue
Every wound will shape me
Every scar will build my throne
"To the King of Flames, and student of Hephaestus,
I ask that you come to the ruins of old, just beyond the mountains. At these ancient ruins, you will find a hall. There, I shall await your arrival. It is of the utmost urgency that you arrive by night fall. I will explain it all when you arrive.
An ally in need."
Arching a brow, Ardere sat the letter down. Who had sent this? His master was mentioned, which meant it could be a god or a fellow warrior in need, but it also could be a trap. He had not ventured to the Ancient Ruins since he fended off the undead scourge over a tear ago. There was only one thing he could do for now, and that was to go. And go alone. Whoever this man or woman was, they seemed sincere from what he could tell, but even if they weren't, it was worth a look. Standing up, the fire mage slid on his plated armor, and took a deep breath as he tightened the straps. Pulling Clarent from his desk, he attached the crimson blade to his left hip. Sliding his white jacket over his armor, the samurai exhaled slowly. Well, here we go. Either I find an ally and help them, or I find an enemy and I make sure they don't bother me again. Win win, right? Chuckling a bit, he scoffed. If only things were so simple. Yare yare. Regardless of his suspicions, he had to go.
Exiting his office, he made his way into the hangar. The metal warehouse for ships carved into the side of the mountain housed many things, including their lovely hydra. Making sure to stroke her many heads, and leave some snacks for here, Ardere smiled. There there, Lerny. I won't be gone long, perhaps this time you'll see some action. Stay safe, don't eat any ships. Celica will look after you while I'm gone, as usual. Climbing into the Black Sun, he trailed his fingertips across the control panel. It had been a couple of weeks since he used his ship, and he was eager to fly. Hopefully it was not to his death. Here we go. With the flick of a finger, the engines began to rev, and the hangar door slowly began to open. As the light poured into the hangar, he stared out into the vast mountains, ready.
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