Mission Name: Repair the Docks
Mission Type: Chore
Mission Rank: D
Mission Goal: Repair the docks in Ota damaged by the recent storm
Description: The same storm that took out the three ships also did some damage to a few of the piers in Ota's docks. A few buildings got their windows blown out and the occasional piece of debris thrown at them, so they may need touching up too. Tools will be provided on site, as will paint if needed.
Payment: 10,000 ryo
Satori awoke within Ota's inn with a yawn and a stretch. The rest had been surprisingly nice, usually if he slept anywhere but his own bed (or debatably the bed in the Mizushima residence) he didn't sleep well. Enjoying his pleasant little surprise, Satori hauled himself up from the bed and examined his surroundings briefly. Content that all was well, the young man pushed himself to his feet and moved toward the bathroom.
After a bit of morning hygiene, the wild young man idly began pulling his hair back into a loose ponytail with a strip of leather, pulling on his clothing before pushing the door and exiting. It was still relatively early, but that was fine. The councilman had described what his job was going to be already. Stepping silently through the inn, he enjoyed leftovers from the night before. Refreshed and full, he began heading toward the market of the village.
Finally, he was beginning to spot a few other early morning risers and offered them polite waves and smiles as he walked. As he moved, he contemplated the details of the job he had to do. It came in three steps essentially.
1. Clean up all the scrap from the docks and houses that are on the coastline, remove any broken parts and strip them so that they can be properly repaired.
2. Repair it all so that it was functional once again, using the local craftsmen's help to make sure everything is done properly.
3. Do any finishing touch-ups required such as waxing, painting, and so forth so that the material is protected from weathering and would last. At least until the next big storm knocked it all out again.
Going over the mental steps made it easier to flick through his mental to-do list, and so he altered his course slightly. Moving toward the shop that had several boats being made, clearly, a work-in-progress, Satori grunted. Whoever owned the shop was likely to be able to help him, and so he carefully checked inside the windows. Examining the fact lights weren't on just yet, Satori grunted and settled down to wait patiently for the owner to rise.
Leaning against the support pole for the roofing section that extended out to keep the boats dry, Satori closed his eyes and focused his senses outward. No harm in meditating and practicing chakra control while he waited, after all.