- 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.
Waking up once again in the kaguya clan compound, the boy was scruffy from the previous taijutsu training session. Freshening himself off he would slip on his normal attire before eating breakfast and making way towards the village main gates. Adam was sent once again on a mission to prove his worth to the village, it was a long week and about to be a long month for the young kaguya. Dashing through moonlit grove it wouldn't be long before he came upon the lunar lit jungle. In his previous mission he was sent to patrol the borders, this time it was a wild animal that has been causing grief and harm to travellers and the locals alike. He wasn't going to under go this mission by himself but with a fellow Gekkousato comrade, to his knowledge another older ninja.
When the young kaguya reached the destination, he was surrounded by trees. He wore a specialised version of the his traditional clans ensemble, consisting of a light lavender, loose-fitting, long-sleeved, zip-up shirt, black pants cut off around mid-calf, bandages wrapped around his ankles, traditional shinobi sandals, and a purple, rope-like belt tied in an inverted bow around his waist. He also wore two red, tube-like hair ornaments; one on either side of his head, securing two locks of his silvery-white hair. The young kaguya was seen sitting on the log patiently waiting for his comrade. and he wasn't the type to wait long. The sun was high in the sky which irratated young Adam, he was so used to growing up in the darkness of the night, sunlight was still a bother.