- @Lichborne wrote:Job: Smash and Grab
Player Requirements: 2-4 Dark Mages, C-Ranks or higher.
Job Requirements: 15 Posts per player, 200 words per post min
Job Description: The Reaper King: “We're nearing a turning point in our efforts. We need to turn up the pressure; Major Heracles of the Rune Knights is visiting his home town of River Village. I want you to assassinate him, you don't have to fight him head on. In fact I wouldn't recommend it, but it would be quite impressive if you did, it'd also be a great show of our power. In any case at the end of the day, Major Heracles needs to be dead. ”
Weak: 50 Civilians
20 Rune Knights
Attacks: Sword Slash - Basic Sword Slash
4 C-Rank Mages
Attacks: Earth, Fire, Wind and Water mages.
Strong: 2 B-Rank Mages
Attacks: Illusion mages.
Boss: Major Heracles "The Crimson Lancer" (A-Rank Mage)
Reward: 10k per mage
Kyle stood on the outskirts of the village awaiting her new underling. If he was correct, the boy's name was Hiro. Of course he was considered low ranking, maybe Hiro won't be able to keep up if he worked on this job with him. Either way, this was business. Kyle got the order to kill Major Heracles. Kyle had some personal business with him though. He stuffed his hands in his his pockets as he awaited his lackey. "Why is it I always get the ones that take their time?" Kyle asked aloud. He looked over at the pathway he took. He had expressed to Sin to release Hiro and tell him to meet Kyle at the village for his first time on the job with Savage Skull. However, Kyle was gone too long. So he may be wrong about him. "This kid has the potential to be under my pillar, he needs to understand the rules about it." He looked out at the crowd understanding that he had to keep a low profile. He wondered if Hiro would understand that he would have to keep a low profile as well. "I know he's probably upset that he is in this guild, but this is better than nothing." He gripped his fist wondering what he would have to say to the boy. He gripped his teeth. That kid was an adult, but he carried himself in a rather immature way.