- Job Specifics:
Job Title: Ingredient Hunt!
Player Requirements: must be D rank, 300 per post and at least 10 posts combined
Job Requirements: A Old man who lives near the edge of the woods near the cliffs requires someone to gather ingredients for him to survive off of for the month, he had an accident and cannot go out gathering like he normally does.
Job Location: Serene Cliff
Job Description: you will start the mission by visiting the old Man Midora, Midora will tell you how he hurt his back a week ago and now he has to rest and remain in his home for the rest of the month untill he is feeling better, once he explains his injury he will offer you a few large baskets the size of your body and will ask you to forage for ingredients in the surrounding area and tells you that there are many things that are able to be eaten from aquatic ingredients to plants and fruits to even some rare spices that can be used. All you need to do is fill the Baskets and bring them back to Midora full for your reward.
Reward: 4,000 jewels and D rank experience
ME MYSELF AND I
Nature is more beautiful when it has more colours than just white.
The young man had explored some cities and towns across Fiore. That meant that he had been neglecting his main purpose, as to why he came into this country in the first place. To become stronger. /"So that my parents will finally shut the hell up and I secure my place on the throne."/ He still needed to actually win the next Burning Fields, though. The traditional event was still ways away, as the last Burning Fields happened fairly recently, with House Saffron being victorious and securing greater power for them for the upcoming five years. Vinn didn't care if his House didn't win the last Burning Fields, but it seemed that his parents thought the opposite. It had been a while since Vinn's House won, though, so he assumed that his parents were getting a bit antsy, not being in the seat of power. The young man sighed, as he walked through a mountainy area. The air was cold, which was something that he enjoyed, thoroughly. He was wearing a t-shirt with a loose shirt over it, the heirloom dangling on his neck. He was walking through thick woods, hoping to find some sort of clearing where he could stop and practice with his magic. The road however, just kept on going upward and upward, with no clearing in sight. As much as he wanted to explore outside of the faintly marked road, Vinn also knew that he would probably get horribly lost. It would then take him ages to get out of the woods.
With little choice, Vinn kept walking forward. Not much light was filtering through the treetops, making it hard to tell what exact time of the day it was. But the sun wasn't setting nor it was nighttime, so the young man was fine with the amount of time he had spent exploring, so far. He was slowly but surely getting annoyed. He just wanted to test the waters with his new magic, but at the same time, he didn't want to burn down a forest, if he managed to somehow to make a spark that would do that. Thankfully, he didn't have to walk too much further, to come to a sudden end of the forest. It almost seemed that somebody took a sword and cut out a part of it. But very quickly Vinn saw as to why that was. There was a rather large clearing in both width and length from what he could see, that suddenly ended, in the distance. "A ravine or a cliff. Or something of the like." Those were more of the more interesting natural wonders. He was used to seeing such sights back home, but everything was covered in snow and ice and occassional crystal or blood. This area had some more colour to it. Mostly in pale shades, but still better than white with specks of blue.
The young man walked through the clearing, along the edge of the thick forest. In relatively close distance he noticed a shack, that seemed to be somewhat protruding out from the woods, into the clearing. /"Somebody actually lives here?"/ Vinn didn't expect to come across somebody's home, this far out. To each their own, of course, he was just genuinely surprised. With a little shrug the young man decided to check out the little house. His hair and shirt were being ruffled by the wind that blew across the clearing. The ring on his neck quietly chimed as the young man approached the wooden hut.