- Mission Details:
- Mission Name: Stop the Kaiju--I mean Summon!
Mission Type: Eliminate the Threat
Mission Rank: B
Mission Goal: Either defeat or out-last a powerful Summon
Description: A powerful and large summon has appeared just outside a nearby village. Signals for help has been sent and Sunagakure has sent a response team to deal with the threat. You must either defeat the summon that has appeared near a neighboring village, threatening its entire existence--or at least stall its progress until dispelled (10 rounds). The Summon is a random creature, the summoner escaped and isn't a threat. It is equal to a B-Class Summon, and is rather large, 10 meters tall. It poses a major threat and shouldn't be treated lightly.
Payment: 25,000 Ryo
Requirements: 3 Chuunin, or 2 Jounin
At night time there was no place in the entire continent as beautiful as Sunagakure. The sky was perfectly clear and you had a beautiful view of the stars overhead, never anything to obstruct your view. It also made it extremely easy to see when the warning flares shot up into the sky to inform everyone that there was trouble nearby, and Kensai Tanahashi wasn’t the type to let calls for help go unanswered for long. He carefully affixed his weapons into their respective places, careful with his bow so it wouldn’t be in the way of his swords if he needed to draw them, and grabbed a travel cloak as he made his way out into the village. There was a decent and not overly surprising amount of panic in the streets as people wondered what was going on. Ken didn’t have time to reflect on any of that, not even taking the normal moment he would in order to light a cigarette.
The six foot tall samurai muscled his way easily through the crowds of people, using his training and superior strength to get to the gate as quickly as possible. He wasn’t willing to let any more time pass than was absolutely necessary, and hired a skiff to take him towards the source of the flares as quickly as he could. His golden eyes surveyed the landscape as the wind tossed his white hair and the panicked screams filled his ears as he pressed forward. He still wasnt accustomed to this form of travel, but the skiff was able to move much faster than he could; he’d have to thank Okame for coming up with them later.
He could hear the destruction as he came closer to the nearby village, similar to the size of the hamlet that had once been his home, and he braced himself for what he was about to deal with. He had no clue what could be attacking the village, mostly hoping it was bandits so that he would be able to easily dispatch them and keep everyone safe, but from the sounds of things that simply wasn’t the case. There was no fire, which made him believe it wasn’t likely bandits or raiders, which meant it could potentially be ninjas or something even worse. He didn’t like the odds that it would be something that he truly wasn’t equipped to deal with, but as a Samurai he wasn’t willing to allow the people of the village to suffer without at least doing something to stop it.
When he got his first sight of the beast attacking the village, he couldn’t believe what he was seeing. It was as though they had picked something out of his nightmares, a ten meter long centipede, massive legs and pincers on display for all to see as it wreaked carnage on all around it. Ken hadn’t been afraid in a long time, but this was an entirely different beast from anything he had seen in the past. He held his breath until his head began to swim before he remembered how breathing worked and steeled himself to the best of his ability. His bow seemed like it would be useless in this situation, but he had to try as he pulled it off of his shoulder and knocked an arrow. He watched as the arrow flew directly at the creature, and was disheartened as it bounced off of the carapace of the massive abomination...
With a massive amount of resolve, and a decent amount of fear, he charged forward to meet the beast and his likely demise, swords ready to try to drag it with him to the abyss...
At least I’ll be with you again Otosan...