- Job Info:
- Job Title: Delivery Boy/Girl
Rank: D Rank
Player Requirements: Solo Only, Any Rank
Job Requirements: 500 Words Minimum
Job Location: Magnolia
Job Description: - Oh Dear! It seems the mailman's magic mail truck has lost all power, and he's only got another twenty or so houses to deliver mail to! He'll ask you to get the letters distributed, but he'll warn you he has very little money to give you for it.
It was a rather normal day for Samira. She had spent the better half quietly in a library undisturbed reading various material about random subjects. Her guild hall had a library of its own, but on that particular day she was not in Hargeon but instead Magnolia. Her spirits also remained quiet, likely caught up in their own affairs in the celestial world. With it now being past noon the woman decided it was time to grab something to eat. Breakfast had been skipped and the pains of hunger coursed through her stomach.
Along the way to a local café she knew about, she noticed a mail truck broken down on the road. She approached the front side of the vehicle and saw a man in a mailman uniform lifting the hood up. The inside of the vehicle steamed and seemed to have lost all of the magical power it once held. It needed some serious repairs. The mailman was in luck, however, as it seemed fate had placed Samira in the right place and the right time. His glanced up, taking notice of her, and rushed around the vehicle to grab her hands into his. “Oh, thank goodness! Please, can you do me a favor? Can you deliver the mail for the rest of this street? It’s only about twenty houses. I’ll even pay you!”
The woman sighed as the mailman made his plea. He did seem pretty desperate and it was not like the task was difficult. It eve provided some extra Jewels for her lunch. She nodded her head and agreed to the spontaneous job offer to which the mailman tightened his grip on her hands before letting go to give her his mailbag. He then pointed to the street behind him and explained the route. It was pretty straightforward, basically follow the road even as it curved and then do the same for the other side of houses.
She soon left the mailman to the task of repairing his truck while she delivered the mail. The bag was thankfully light as it only contained letters rather than heavy packages. Her feet took her to the first house which had a little mailbox on the curb near the street. She took out the letters that went with the correct address of the house and placed it inside. The next one was just as easy she there were kids playing in the yard and rushed up towards her upon seeing the mail bag. They wanted a sense of responsibility and importance and so they asked her for the mail in order to give it to their parents. She did so with a smile on her face. The later houses had mailboxes near the actual doorstep of the residence and others even had guard dogs that barked and growled at her as she passed. She paid the canines no mind. They were chained up and leashed and if they came after her they would regret their decision.
Soon one side of the street was done with and she made a U-turn to continue the other side and make her way back to the mailman. Samira returned the mailbag to him and a happy mailman gave her the Jewels he had promised. Now it was time for lunch.
(Word Count: 548)