- Job info:
- Job: Spread the Word!
Player Requirements: D-rank and above. Minimum of 1 person needs to belong to a guild.
Job Requirements: Minimum of 5 posts of 150 words per character. Must pass out pamphlets or convince one Player Character to join your guild.
Job Location: Rose Garden
Job Description: By word of mouth, passing pamphlets or doing some kind of publicity to raise awareness of the guild so that more members will flock in. Regardless of having someone join or not, just the simple act of publicizing your guild will suffice in your objective.
Reward: 0 jewels, but double exp if you manage to convince someone in character that is another player. This is done if a guildless joins the thread and does the job with the person that belongs to a guild. At end of thread if the person changes to the colors to reflect the new guild that they joined then the exp is doubled as before.
Zenshin remembered a time where Sabertooth was nothing but a shell of a guild. A time in which he could count the members on his hand. Those times are long gone and the guild under the leadership of Kite Willhelm and it was now a shining example among the legal guilds. As such, one would expect that recruitment was a lower priority than, say, jobs. One would be wrong, for the most part. The former guild master of Sabertooth was personally familiar with the benefits and necessity of recruiting new members into the guild and, as such, found himself today in Rose Garden. He was searching for a new mage to add to the ranks of his fellow Sabertooth companions. But who? That was a question for fate to answer. He knew that at least one of the many people who roamed the streets of Rose Garden would be a great candidate for recruitment. Vigilance was key, though, so he sat down on a bench in front of a restaurant. This way, he could focus all of his attention on feeling the magical energy of those around him and, along with his intuition, gauge the potential of those that he saw.
The Rose Garden was like a place out of a dream, making it a place in which it was slightly difficult to concentrate. However, the upside was that many, many mages were attracted to the location for one reason or another. Its surreal atmosphere was perfect for bringing in mages and non-mages from all around Earthland. There was even a guild hall here, meaning that the number of mages would be even higher than normal. Some would be part of the guild, but others, others would be coming here to join Black Rose - a guild which he knew little about save for the fact that it was new. Zenshin didn't remember a legal guild by that name existing when he was in Eclipse Soul, nor when he ran Sabertooth. Still, more legal guilds were never a bad thing.
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