- Mission Details:
- Mission Name: Ore Protection Detail
Mission Type: Protection
Mission Rank: C
Mission Goal: Protect the shipment of ores on its way to Meijing
Description: Recently a small group of bandits have been attacking shipments of ore from the Makoto Mines as they head to Meijing. The workers are too afraid to transport the ores for fear of losing their lives. To settle the matter a Shinobi or team of Shinobi are being requested to escort the shipment to Meijing.
Payment: 15,000 Ryo
Requirements: Genin with a Sensei, Chunnin+
Mitsukira had decided to be proactive in her military career. For once. The future of Iwagakure was of utmost importance to her, and if she wanted the Rock Village to have a fighting chance against any further invasions, she needed to ensure that the shinobi within it could help defend it against attacks. That meant training, and not just for her, but for those enlisted. She arguably wasn’t the best person to be starting a squad, she’d never even been in a squad, let alone run one herself. But with the political state of the world she hardly thought it mattered who had experience with what, it was more important that people tried.
Mitsu had sent word to her potential squad members and was now awaiting their arrival in the Stone Yard. She had signed them up for a simple mission, one that hopefully wouldn’t be too difficult but would provide her with a baseline for what everyone’s capabilities were. She sat cross legged on a rock, her pink eyes heavy lidded in the bright sunlight and her long white hair blowing gently in the wind. She wasn’t exactly dressed for a mission, opting to wear a white and gold dress with rich brown accents that had slits along both thighs to allow her ease of movement. On her feet were brown and gold sandals with ties that secured them to her shins and along her sides she had hanging her two razor fans; Daybreak and Nightfall. She had her hands resting lightly on her knees in a meditative pose as she patiently contemplated the mysteries of the Universe’s Grand Design.