- Mission Details:
Name: Scout the Border
Participants: Moon Village, Sun Village
Type: Group Mission
Reward: 25 EXP, 10 Ryo
Details: Just like patrolling the village is important, it is also important to make sure the nations borders are secure. Your task is to spend time roaming the regions borders and making sure nothing looks out of place. This includes roaming the main road, outing bandit camps or arresting thieves. While it can be boring at times, you never know what is going to pop up out in the wild.
Requirements: Each person must make at least 2, 400 word post.
Sojiro Sakura was dressed in his normal attired, consisting of a pair of black pants and a Flak Jacket to match; though the piece of clothing was completely open in the front. Keeping back his raven-black hair pulled back was a red bandana that had the metal plate donning his village's symbol on it. The dark clothing that he was wearing only complimented the man's tanned skin, one of the more obvious signs that the man wasn't from the area. He wore his usual leather gauntlet on his left arm and his windmill shuriken on his lower back, right near his tool pouch. Although he wasn't particularly dressed for the forest, Sojiro made sure that he wasn't sticking out like a sore thumb, either. He was sitting in the branches of a tall tree, in a cluster so that he should be hard to spot regardless of the direction someone was coming from.
It wasn't that Sojiro was paying complete attention to his surroundings, his eyes were actually on a book that he was reading in front of him. It had been a gift from Plague, containing various information and personal notes on the wildlife and vegetation that lived in the forest. It wasn't exactly easy to get these types of books in the Sun Village and he had been overwhelming interested in it. While Sojiro wasn't looking around like a paranoid person, his nose was actively paying attention to any new scents that entered his radius. "Wait... What the hell was the mission again?" Sojiro suddenly said to himself in a moment of realization.