Job Title: Explore The Ruins
Job Requirements: Maximum 2 Characters. 100 Words per post. Must roll Normal Dice after every post. Total must be higher than 25.
Job Location: East Pandora > Albastion Ruins
Job Description: There's been many myths about these ruins. No one quite knows why or how they ended up the way they were. You have been received word of Lacrima Crystals strewn across these ruins, scavenged by bandits and zombies. They are weak, and the crytals are rare. You have decided to go against the myths to find out for yourself. But beware, this place is a mystery.
You must roll the "Normal Dice" after every post. Each face will have a different effect on your mission. Add up the number that each dice shows, when you reach a total equal or greater than 25, your mission will be complete.
1 - Nothing Happens
2 - A zombie appears. He is weak and doesn't do anything other than walk at you. You must remove his head to defeat him. His head can be removed by any weapon. Alternatively, you can trap him somewhere, you make your way around him
3 - Nothing
4 - You get an additional Lacrima Shard (2 Max)
5 - A small crowd of zombies appears. They are weak but may run at you if you make too much noise. They will follow you if you are near and will try to bite you for B-ranked damage. They can be beheaded by any weapon, or by any offensive spell that could remove their brain from their body.
6 - A Bandit appears. He is covered in tattered clothing and armed with a sword and knives. He's squirmy and loud and has no magical prowness. He can be killed after taking B-Ranked damage. Alternatively, any crowd of zombies will take care of him for you. He will distract all zombies. (He is hostile, and will try to harm you to take any goods you have taken.)
Reward: 3 Lacrima Shards + D-Ranked Reward Dice (Users will not get Coin Reward)
"Wow, I've never had a wolf body before? Or have I?" said Tyron as he walked alongside Zinnia, his tail flicking back and forth, his eye examining his new body. From the way he acted, it seemed that Tyron hadn't always possessed the body of a wolf. Then again, he was a demon. Perhaps demons didn't have, or didn't need, physical forms? Then again, Kaseki was a demon, and he seemed to be pretty physical. Or at least from what Zinnia had heard of him. She had never actually seen Kaseki. She had only heard stories of his greatness. But she had never taken too much time to actually study him. She honestly didn't see a need to. So he was the ruler of Pandora? He had no purpose in her life.
Zinnia really should have rested more back at Frostbite Falls. After summoning Tyron, she had passed out. He claimed she had slept for three days, and he practically had to force feed her. When she had questioned why he didn't just let her starve, he had replied saying that he didn't want his new plaything to starve to death. This, of course, like it would anyone, made her pretty nervous.
As they walked, Zinnia, being tired, allowed her claws to make noise. She was exhausted. She really needed a proper night's sleep. She couldn't fight like this. She'd be better off fighting two dragons than wandering around in this condition. After all, she had achieved her goal.... so why did she need to keep pushing herself.
Flopping down on the stone, she let out a sigh, closing her eyes. She was then reminded why, when Tyron sent a sharp pain through her thigh, causing her to open her eyes, glaring at him with annoyance. He had kicked her, looking at her with a curious expression.
"Hey! This is Albastion Ruins! Don't you know that there are powerful lacrima shards around here?" the demon asked, flicking his tail. Zinnia's ears perked. She had actually not known this..... well, he wasn't called an all-knowing demon for nothing. Sure, his powers were limited, but he still had his knowledge.
"Actually, I was not aware of this, Tyron...." said Zinnia, standing up with a shake of her head. She glanced at the ruins. Would she really find lacrima shards here? Seemed a tad unlikely, and likely at the same time.....
"Of course! Would you ever doubt me?" Tyron said with a chuckle, leading the way towards the ruins, "Come on! Don't make me regret picking you! Show your skills and prowess to me!" he laughed, disappearing into the shadows.
Zinnia gasped, and quickly followed pursuit, leaping off a ledge, her claws skidding on the hard stone as she tried to get a grip. She tripped a few times, but quickly regained her balance, chasing after the demon.