- Job Info:
Job Title: Escort Services!
Category: Social Event
Job Location: Crocus
Solo Word Count: 500
Group Word Count: 1,000
Additional Requirements: Up to two male D-Rank mages or two female D-Rank mages. If there is more than one player, YOU MAY NOT MIX MALE AND FEMALE TEAMMATES ON THIS JOB. Act as though you are a noble.
Job Description: You are to be the date for a noble attending a ball. They couldn't get a date due to their attitude. Their parents would be truly happy if you can change the young noble's attitude so they are no longer so rude. The young noble was never like this while their mother was alive, but after the loss of her they suffered many hardships and they changed from the sweet little child they were to the rude young adult they are now. It would be great if they can smile and treat others kindly again.
Enemies: Bad attitudes!
Reward: 5,000 jewel.
Kaito wasn’t a huge fan of the rich, but he was even less impressed than usual by the one standing before him. A spoiled brat of a girl, and his so-called “date” for the ball he’d been hired to attend as her escort. So far she seemed incredibly rude, sending snide remarks ranging from comments on his height to jabs that he must be desperate for a date if he took a job to be a date for someone else. Truly, rich kids were something else, and his patience had worn thin.
His last straw came when she made a comment on how ugly the keys hanging around his neck were, and he whirled around to face her with venom in his eyes. “You really don’t know what you’re talking about, do you, brat? These are celestial keys, proof of my power as a mage, and powerful tools! They’re not some tacky accessory! All you’ve done since we’ve arrived is talk badly about myself and everybody else in this room when nobody has done anything worthy of your vitriol! Your parents had to PAY for a date for you because you’re so rude nobody wants to go on one with you! Grow up, and stop acting like you’re the center of the universe. I can’t believe your parents are so worried about you when you’re such a spoiled brat,” he snapped, glare burning into the stunned young woman’s face.
People around them were tittering, several even outright laughing or whispering to themselves about the drama that had played out right in front of them. Kaito didn’t look away from the young woman, who was oddly subdued compared to her previous rude and prissy attitude. She didn’t seem to know what to say, which was fine with Kaito. She needed a good calling out if her parents wanted her attitude to change.