The blades of vengeances have fallen swiftly. The shinobi are no more as 'Absolute Justice' has returned...now, it is the Samurai that rule the Five Major Nations!
But at what cost? Have they become the very thing that they despised the most...? Heroes and villains seem to change roles every day, but one thing is for certain - we yearn for our freedom, for days gone by where we flew the skies unhindered.
And they said getting the ashes would not be a problem. Kasuke was terrified of the dark. He must've been the only ninja that was.
Hand pressed against the wall to his right, guiding his way through the dungeon like area. He felt his hand brush against stone and cobwebs as small whimpers escaped his scared self. He could just imagine spiders crawling all over his arm by now.
His walk quickened, making a few turns and stumbling over a desk. That's when his ears caught something. He had knocked the urn and heard it fall on its side. His hands immediately shot to it. Bringing it closer to his eyes, he was right, it was the grandmother's ashes. His hands rubbed all over it making sure he didnt crack it. It was lucky it just tilted on the desk.
Mission complete. He would find his way through the darkness, retracing teh steps he made and exit the area.
"I...this belongs to Mrs. Hanakora." He whispered to himself.
His destinatation set, he would be heading for the beach.
Kasuke moved to leave the beach making his way through the town. He was given instructions on where the shack would be. The elegant ninja quickened his pace; time was essential.
As he walked past her house he noticed a group of young adults looking around. "Hey!" They called the flamboyant Ninja over.
"My mother put in a mission for finding an urn with ashes in it. She's dead. I don't get why we have to continue celebrating but it's a waste of time."
"I intend to find it..." Kasuke spoke silently as he shyly looked away.
"Well we will make a deal. If you find it bring it to us. That urn is valuable in money wise and our uncle wants it. He wants to use the money for himself. At least we want to use the money for something more useful. There's no point celebrating the dead's birthday. Mother needs to forget about her grandmother and just move on! We have lives to do. She has her job, and we each have studies to do. With the edifice, the money could bring us to better education. We can learn how to become professors, scientists, and more" The kids were almost speaking all at once before Kasuke spoke.
With thus he left them. So he had three choices. Complete the mission properly. Make it worth his own while giving it to the brother, or give it to the kids who wanted to use the money to seek am higher education as well as help their mother forget about the dead. The brother was very mean. The young adults had a legit cause yet the mission was that he delivered it safely to Mrs. Hanakora.
Sooner, he would come across the shack on his pathway. Simple. The boy opened the door to find, a regular tool shed. The door almost came off due to how old it was. Taking the key that was offered to him in the beginning, he would open up the steel basement door.
...Fear ran through the boy's eyes. He was always afraid of creepy places. They could contain bugs, or even worse, spiders! However, a mission was a mission, and if he wanted to work his way up to what he truly wanted to be then he needed to move on deeper into the cave like basement.
Ashes on the Edifice [1/3] Difficulty: Novice [D] Task: Mrs. Hanakora is celebrating her grandmothers 99th brithday at the beach. However, she forgot the most important part of the ceremony - her grandmothers ashes. Find Mrs. Hanakora to figure out where she put the ashes so you can deliver them to her. Don't break the edifice or you lose the full profit! Reward: 25 EXP + 1000 RYO
Departing from the mission kiosk, he would not waste a moment. The elegant boy moved throughout the village, destination Beach. He pardoned himself throughout the town as time was of the essence. The ceremony was about to begin and the importance of the ashes being there was vital.
Making his way to the beach he would sigh. His eyes searched and searched and searched, but through so many people being there.
He called out avoiding sandcastles being built by the children.
Kasuke's attention was brought to an older man.
"She has strayed herself from the party...She is by the diving bridge...just staring into the water. It's probably best you leave her alone." With that, he would let Kasuke be.
He had a mission...
Just as he was about to give up the mission his eyes met with the woman. Mrs. Hanakora.
"Miss..." Kasuke stood shyly with a gentle grin.
"You..." The lady said. "You're a ninja...My mission request has been answered...Please, make this ceremony happen..." She dropped to her knees.
Kasuke was in shock. No one has begged to him before. A small blush appeared on his cheek as he nodded. "Miss. I need you to tell me where it could be."
"I left it in the safety of my old shack....It had been raided by pranksters but if I call, they have not opened up the steel door to the basement level....here's the key. Go! Quick."
The beautiful shy boy made his way to leave the beach before he was stopped by a man. His collar was gripped as he was pulled off the ground. "Hey Kid." It was the same guy who guided Kasuke to not talk to the woman. "If you know what is in your best interest, you will give the Urn to me with the ashes. I am her grandson, and that vase is worth a lot of money. I want that money. Sis would not listen." His cold breath spoke as he spat to the ground. " I want the ashes to spread throughout the ocean. Grandma would want it that way. Plus, she would want us to be rich to with that foreign vase. No one will know. I will say you returned it and you will get your money."
He quickly dropped Kasuke as a crowd was heading over this way. The Yamanaka chose to flee the scene.
He had two options.
Complete the mission successfully. Or give it to the brother who claimed he knew more as well as was giving Kasuke part of the profit....
Leaving the crowded beach, he went onward to the shack...
Hey Ive recently become free!~ so im willing to roleplay...
but I want plot
I was looking for a "best friend" for Kasuke. Obviously they will not become 'Insta Besties" It will come in time. Now here are some preferences but I am will to bend them if needed, but this is primarily what i am looking for.....
-Opposite. Someone who can't understand how Kasuke sees the world and vice versa. Someone "cool". perhaps quiet, dominant, maybe mysterious. Someone who's personality clashes a bit with Kasuke's. Kasuke is gentle, and feminine as well as shy.
-Male. No not for my fun, but Kasuke would love a male best friend.
-They must be 19 or older.
-They must be an over all better ninja than Kasuke, either a fighter or just plain skillful
-I was thinking maybe from a different village? I always loved the idea of "forbidden friendship", it would make for an interesting story. they dont have to be, but it would be pretty cool. It isnt that big of a deal though ------------------------
Thats pretty much my little preference/guidelines.
And only one requirement for you....You must be active. I wanna put the effort on being active and would respect if the other do the same. I'd like this to be a big thing.
A small insight, I would like your character and mine to break into a fight where your character obviously winning. that's how I planned a bit of it, the rest?