- Mission Details:
Name: Hunt Missing Children
Participants: Sun Village
Type: Plot Mission (leads to future plot event)
Solo: 20 EXP
Group: 25 EXP, 20 Ryo
Location: Sun Village
Details: For the past few months, in the Sun Village, young children having been going missing. It started with just a few here and there, but now it is becoming a real epidemic. The village has been put on high alert regarding these missing reports. You have been tasked with scouring the village for any clues or signs of these missing kids. Find tracks, clues, follow rumors, do what ever you can to get a lead on where these kids might be. (You can not find a missing child, just clues to one.)
Requirements: Solo must make a 600 word post.
Group- Each person must post at least twice, with a 1000 word count total.
Sojiro Sakura made sure to wear his usual attire, which consisted of a pair of black pants that stretched down to his mid-calves before stopping and meeting bare skin. As per usual, he didn't have anything to cover his feet and took to strolling around town barefoot. Covering very little of his upper body was his open Flak Jacket, that matched his pants in color and bore the symbol Nikkousato on the back. The front of the jacket was completely open, exposing his toned and evenly tanned body that was underneath. Both his Shinobi pouch and the windmill shuriken on his lower back in their usual spots, the white-clothed sword was even on his back today. After having found the hidden tunnel that led into a building before, Sojiro refused to let his guard down while he was going out to explore these missing children. So, as he slid into the depths of the slums again, he would keep his senses alert as he began to eye them for which he was going to go check out first.
The bestial youth had checked a few buildings over the last couple of days, so he decided the best course of action was to head near where he had left off yesterday. There were more buildings that he would've liked to admit were rundown in the slums area but, at the same time, it wasn't like they weren't being used. As Sojiro slipped in and out of the buildings, he ran into different people all the time; some of them just squatters, some hostile druggies, and some of them thieves on the run. Despite being a Shinobi, Sojiro was more likely to be kind to these people and not rat them out. It wasn't because he had some kind of nice heart or cared about these people or their problems but it was more likely to get them to talk. These people were doing their best to survive or had given up, and Sojiro respected those that deserved it while pitying the others. But, even with these people willing to talk to him and searching the buildings as thoroughly as he could... At the end of the day, he had as many leads as he did when he started; which was to say zero of them.
It was a pain in the ass and annoying but he tried not to tear himself apart because of this. He was doing as much as he could, he needed to remind himself of that...