- Job Details:
- 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
Thunder could be heard rumbling off in the distance as a light rain came down on top of Arianna, protected from the wet under her cloak. "Why did I have to be the one out here..." Arianna grumbled to herself. She would have loved to be somewhere else then on this assassination attempt out in the cold and damp. Yuna, her guild master, had given Arianna this job as part of a combined operations with Tartarus. She had been assigned to go with a blonde haired girl with dog ears and a dog tail named Rachael. "Could have at least let me suffer alone..." She grumbled lowly to herself again.
Wondering around the village, Arianna tried to keep her head low. She was purely there right now to figure out the lay out of the surrounding area and what ever she could found out about her target, Major Heracles. From what little she could even see about him, he was large and quite powerful, just from the bulky armor he carried with ease. "Sure isn't making this easy..." With that she decided to buy something from a booth, trying to make it seem like there was a reason why she had come all the way out to the town, buying some fish for dinner later on. 'Hope dogs like to eat fish.' Cause if not, she'd probably go hungry.