- Name: Scout the Border
Participants: Moon Village, Sun Village
Type: Group Mission
Reward: 25 EXP, 10 Ryo
Location: Within a village's region
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 two posts, totaling to 800 WC.
"If you need a place to run to!”
“For better or worse, I got you!”
He could not leave the village so soon. Not like this.
The Usagi clan had long left the village after getting their fill of pieces of ryo and paper bills. They had their laughs and would even trot upon the sands as if they had a hoot from the previous night and woke up to the morning laughing. It would be no surprise if a phrase came from this instance. To “laugh all the way to a safe?” Something of that accord would probably be appropriate considering how they all worked so hard. However, even as they were leaving the village that morning, a certain individual had not left the village as he would be preoccupied with thought.
Hikari Usagi just could not leave. Not like this.
Prior to seeing how little Sojiro slept and the time he dedicated to trying to solve the latest case of the Sun Village, Hikari felt absolutely devastated to see his friend in such a state. His eyes would absolutely roll in disgust. However, with him not seeing a mirror, he would not give himself the satisfaction of knowing who to direct his attention to. As usual, he would feel utterly helpless to help his friends. Therefore, he would do the next best thing: he would take a mission.
The borders of the Sun Village were to be patrolled in order to gain some kind of footing on who was going in and out of the village. Major evidence had suggested that they were being moved. Of course, with no clear indication where, Hikari believed he would at least get lucky by walking about the canyon areas of the village. The texture of the Earth under his feet would tell him what lurked beneath the crust and nearby. All of the things within the area not relevant to the thoughts within his head which he tried to calm.
“What can I do to ease my friend’s burden?” he whispered so lowly to himself.
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