- Job Title: Wedding Crashers
Player Requirements: Thread must be 15 posts long. 250 Words per post.
Job Requirements: C-Ranked Wizard(s) or two D-Ranked Wizards. Must defeat the Ex-Boyfriend; either in his normal form, or enraged state. May continue to Roll until the Ex-Boyfriend appears. Ignoring other members of his crew around Rose Garden, however they will attack you in one large group when the Ex-Boyfriend appears and you confront him. Be wary of this technique.
Job Location: Rose Garden
Job Description: A new couple has just gotten engaged in Rose Garden; and the day of their wedding is fast approaching. The young couple is extremely popular in Rose Garden, and everyone is looking forward to their Wedding; set in the magical city overlooking the Cloud Sea. Everything is set in order; and the town is a bustle; except for one sour ingredient. The young ladies Ex-Boyfriend, and previous lover is NONE to excited about this engagement. He has been badmouthing the Groom all week; and even vandalizing their new home. He has even gotten into fist fights with the Groom on every occasion that he's been able to track him down.
Now it's the day of the Wedding, and rumors have circulated all week that the Ex-Boyfriend and his crew plan on pulling something; Rose Garden has sent out an offical request too the Guilds; both light and dark (as a city of magic; they don't care HOW it happens) too track down the Ex-Boyfriend and his group of cronies before they're able to crash the wedding.
You must come in proper wedding attire; in the mail at your Guild after you accept the job via letter to the soon to be newlyweds you recieve back an official invitation to the wedding of the young Mr. and soon to be Mrs. Goldstar.
Weak: Jealous Guy's Cohort x3 (C-Ranked, Hand to Hand combatant, will attack at least once per turn; or chase after you if you choose to avoid them; non-Wizard opponents, go down in 2 hits of C-Ranked damage)
Normal: Jealous Guy's Henchmen Wizards x3 (C-Ranked Wizards of Wind, Ice, and Fire, go down in 5 hits of C-Ranked damage)
Strong: Ex-Boyfriend (C-Ranked Wizard, Wave Magic User, If Hit By Any of His Wave Pushes, Lifts, or Attacks, you will only be able to use one spell the next post / turn. Can also nullify any C-Ranked magic effect that doesn't involve physical touch instantly. Takes 10 hits of C-Ranked damage to take down)
Boss: Enraged Ex-Boyfriend (B-Ranked Wizard, The same young man; except he's extremely pissed off that his ex-girlfriend has moved on; his Wave Magic effects deal B-Ranked damage; and he can easily nullify any B-Ranked Magics that don't involve physical touch with his Wave Magic. He will try to Wave Push, Lift, and Throw Any Objects Nearby at his opponents. Takes 15 hits of C-Ranked damage to take down. Or 7 Hits of B-Ranked damage)
Reward: 10,000 Jewels
Keep calm and breathe easy.
This was the key to doing well and picking a job that he would be okay with. It would also keep him from looking like a blue glow ball. At least the light was barely noticeable in a well lit setting as long as the mans mood remained cool. Still, his nerves started to bundle as he reached the lob board. He wasn't sure why this scared him any more than the other non magic related work he had done through most of his life. Still, he could feel the blue light increase in intensity. "...This is why I can never gain stealth." he spoke quietly to himself, a little bothered by how he was feeling, yet unable to control the emotions that slowly tangled inside of his stomach. Still, at least he had made it to the board. The bad side of this was that the lights intensity was making it hard to see what was written. There was no backing out now, just pick something. A hand reached out, the lit pale aquamarine talons reaching the paper first before carefully removing it from the lob listing board. The light around Haraka dimmed back down to something barely noticeable.
That was a lot easier than his mind had imagined it. This is what he was thinking until reading the job description. This job listing was one rank above his own, there was no way he could do this on his own. But at the same time, it was a noble job, was it not? For certain, he could tell by reading it that this sort of fellow needed to be given a firm speaking to, if not a thrashing. He didn't like violence, but it would be to stop a trouble maker. It wasn't right for someone to want to get in the way of others happiness just because it didn't involve them. This was not how any adult was to act in society, clearly his mind hadn't aged along with the flesh at the same rate. Saying that out loud would be rude though and he was not going to let this sort of youth bother him, nor get him to crash away his politeness.
From there he started asking around for help, eventually getting a response, though from someone of a much higher rank. It was unexpected to get help from such an authority, but it was certainly expected. That had happened a few days ago, and yesterday they had received the jobs letter that held more information inside. This was how the crustacean type deep sea demon ended up at the rose garden with someone who he barely knew. At least his uniform was proper enough to wear at a wedding, all he had to do was switch his hair tie to something a little more elegant. What should he say? He was going to a wedding with someone he barely knew to stop an ex from crashing it. They couldn't even chat on directions, could they? Someone of such a high rank probably has a good idea where things are and Haraka would be ashamed of himself if he wasn't able to find his way anywhere at his age at this point. Well, he should thank them, right? But he had already thanked the person when the help was offered. What should he say? Maybe something basic. "Uh... how are you feeling today?"