- Mission Details:
- Mission Name: Unlawful Competition
Mission Type: Raid
Mission Rank: C
Mission Goal: Scare off some racketeers and thugs
Description: There are some thugs and racketeers forcing small businesses in Kaifeng no Kuni to pay protection money. Head to the Kaifeng no Kuni region and conduct a raid on their base.
Payment: 15,000 ryo
Kureji's introduction to Iwagakure was rough, but it seems that the Tsuchikage was willing to give him a chance, and that's all he needed to prove his worth. He has been rather accommodating so far, but it was time that Kureji pull his weight in. He had a few chances to work at the hospital, but it was mostly nursing. It seems that the people of the rock were true to their gimmick and are quite stubborn, in the sense that they wouldn't let Kureji handle more responsibility. They brought up his lack of Iwagakure origin often as an excuse to keep him as a nurse and they knew to keep him at an arms distance and despite his pushing, he couldn't do much to make them budge on that front. "Here's a list of the supplies we need, you can get them at the general store." was the last thing said to him alongside a note with a list and like a good obedient worker, he played the yesman and went to chase on a simple grocery run.
He wasn't expecting the red carpet as soon as he started to be apart of the village, but he wasn't expecting to be shunned so casually either. The Tsuchikage's speech came to his mind, "You have to work hard." but despite his willingness to work hard, no one is actually giving him the chance... but whatever, if he had to play the role of a yesman to get in their good graces, so be it. The market had people, but fortunately it wasn't too crowded and he navigated through easily enough.
He came across a general store, which was a good place as any to start looking for what he needed from that damned list. He opened the door and a bell chimed, with the first thing Kureji seeing as he walked through the door is the person at the counter, who respectively stared right back at Kureji. "Welcome!" he said, so excitedly. Kureji gave a nod to him, and the man's cheeriness died down a little. Kureji felt a little bad with how much energy he put into that welcome, but he wasn't going to brown nose for a random person, even if that person is a shop owner. Kureji minded his own business and was quick to go to the sides, list in his left hand, spare hand in the right as he looked from aisle to aisle.
"... Do you need help?" the guy asked, but Kureji who wasn't even looking at the guy shook his head, one by one, he grabbed the items he needed and it'd take a while to from each inch and corner of the store to get the specific items he needs to grab.