- Mission Info:
- Name: Wild Animal Attack
Participants: Moon Village, Sun Village, Missing Ninja
Type: Group Mission
Reward: 25 EXP, 10 Ryo
Location: Within a village's region
Details: A dangerous wild animal has been spotted out in the area, terrorizing travelers or local villagers. Your mission is to hunt this animal, and either get it to leave the area or take it down. If it remains in the region it could cause major damage or even hurt someone, so it is important to remove the beast as delicately as possible.
Requirements: Each person must make at least two posts, totally to 800 WC.
Handfuls of reports had been passed around until the village had posted an assignment to handle the wild animal at large. Kannagi couldn't believe her ears when she heard about it, and when she read the assignment in her own hands, she couldn't believe her eyes. The blue haired woman rolled it up delicately into her pouch and got ready to leave her single room studio apartment. She wore a long flowing mauve skirt with black shorts underneath and a neck-high sleeveless black top. Her feet embraced fitted wooden sandals, the perfect sort for traveling across the desert. Kannagi assumed she wouldn't be the only shinobi on this mission but by and large, if anyone was going out on the assignment besides her own self, she had not been informed. Kannagi secured her pouch, medical bag and senbon launcher to her person. She headed to the stables first to find her dear pony Cirilla standing in her stall munching on sweet grass in the shade of the building. Kannagi ran her hand through her blue hair and tousled it with the wind as she called out, "Time to go, girl. We have a mission!" To her dismay, Cirilla didn't budge or even look up. "Come on now, we haven't been working too hard. Let's go," she summoned, gesturing with a hand. Still, the gray mare refused.
After about ten minutes of coaxing, Kannagi was forced to leave her stubborn horse behind and seek out a ride from someone else. A caravan looking for a ilttle protection and help in crossing the desert agreed to swing her by the coast and with her knack for survival, the kunoichi agreed to the terms. The trip took a couple of days but she made it to the coastline without trouble and wished the merchant luck in the rest of his personal journey. She could smell the brine on the air, taking joy in the wind off the sea. It was always windier by the waves and she favored this sort of weather the best. Kannagi walked through the sand dunes, following her nose towards the water. At the top of one of the great dunes, a great gust of wind wrapped around her, throwing her hair and skirt backwards and up into the air. Kannagi stood there, hoping she would have looked heroic, confident, and capable. Plenty of the people she had done missions with had looked down on her and later regretted it, but things always seemed to go better with a good first impression. Where she stood, fighting with the skirt and her hair and the occasional mouthful of sand and dust, Kannagi recalled why she always tied up the front half of her skirt and merely prayed to herself that nobody was here to see her.