Rio Gaix's logs-Log 1: Delivery for Red SavarinIt was a surprisingly quiet day at Airedale. The streets had less people than usual. Just the way I liked it. Whatever the case, I had come here for a reason, so I made my way to my destination. "Any new jobs today, Flo?" I asked as I stood at the counter of the quest broker.More Like This
"Waugh!" Flo screamed in surprise, as she had not noticed my presence until I spoke. Once she calmed down, then she addressed me. "Ah! It's you again. Mr..." she said, not remembering my name. I didn't blame her for that. Even though I had been a Hunter for a decent amount of time, I had always preferred to remain under the radar, even for my clients.
"Rio Gaix," I answered simply.
"Ah, yes. Well, I do have a new job that was just posted this morning..." she said, before she explained the quest she had available. Apparently, a Caninu named Shira Narake had a request for a special delivery. While it may not have anything to do with my personal goal, I decided to accept either way.
It didn't take me long to find my
Sam Arceneau's log-package delivery to Red Savarin"Alright! Are we all ready to go?" I shouted while on deck to the young and slender male Caninu pilot who was in the cockpit of the ship we were on. We were at the docks of Airedale and I was assigned a quest by Shira Narake' to deliver a package to the famous hunter, Red Savarin. Shira told me that Red is somewhere in Pharaoh. She also told me to watch out for sky pirates and strictly forbade me to open the package, which makes me wonder what's inside the package, but I promised I wouldn't open the package.More Like This
"Yep! All ready!" the pilot replied back as he increased the throttle and we headed on our way to the capital city of Pharaoh. It was a beautiful day. The skies were blue. The sun was delivering its warm sunlight onto the citizens of The Shepherd Republic. The wind was a cool, comfortable temperature. Airships were flying to and from various islands. These were the kind of days that people always wished for, and the best part was that those giants weren't around anymore to terroriz