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Post by Fin~ on Wed Feb 25, 2015 9:05 am

Kanita town, a town famous for their headhunters, bounty hunters, slave traders, black marketing and everything which the world governement did not approve of, but could do nothing to avoid this. this was some kind of save haven for those who did not like rules and those who had bounty's on their head. Though things were not the safest, where there were criminals there were bounty hunters, people with enemies and much more. 

on this most sunny day, in the middle of the big townsquare, stood a giant twenty meter tall wooden advertising board, many people advertised on this, some asked more then others and some stood out more then others. Especially a big scroll with sloppy ink written but pasted over some other adverts.

Looking for a female bodyguard, retrieval of an item or to get revenge on someone. meet me at the south docks at 01:00 and enter the small fisher ship on the most left of the docks. any job will be completed if the price is right. 

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Staring out at sea, from out of the walls surounding the docks, her little boat was in vision, sally wondered if anyone would come tonight, she was bored and could use some money.
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Re: serious: the good side of the coin

Post by Vaetric on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:50 am

Alais was unhappy. Not just unhappy, she was furious. She’d found out that one of her traders had cut and run, taking both the cargo and half of the pay she’d given him, not if he gets away she’ll lose money, but she’ll also risk the attitude of the buyer the cargo was destined for. She tapped her finger angrily on the table, a map of the blues sprawled out before her. “Here.” She’d say to herself, pointingat the route the man was supposed to take. Among those islands was the supposed criminal town of Kanita. It was obvious she should hire some help in order to capture her wayward transport. She would not allow a thing like this to happen again.
 
A few day later, her ship arrived on the island, unfortunately her right hand man, Glorian was ill, but She didn’t need him for a place like this, all se needed was money. Though, she help but feel apprehensive as she walked through the square unguarded, men hooted at her as she walked by. She decided that the best course of action was to stay on her ship, but not before travelling to the town square ,ripping off an advertisement and walking back. It appeared the one she ripped off was part of other ones, it appeared whoever it was would be at the southern docks. However, she would be a fool if she were to enter the ship herself, she had another idea in mind.
 
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Alais’ ship scoured the southern docks before noticing the smallest ship on the end of the area. “There.” She’d say to the captain, who in turn shouted at his men. Soon her ship would move closer, and closer to the ship before stopping at the side of it, her men would heave a rather large and heavy plank which appeared to have some stairs build into it. “I am looking for a mercenary.” She’d announce, walking with purpose down the stairs toward the small ship.
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Re: serious: the good side of the coin

Post by Fin~ on Sat Feb 28, 2015 4:35 am

As a large ship stopped with quite some people on it. and as a plank was layed down a well clothed lady walked down, she was slightly tanned and very pretty, the woman did not enter her little boat but anounced that she was here for a job, normally she did not like loud people but she was bored. and so she came out of hiding. not in a normal way, from the mountain she aimed her yoyo right at the mast of her small boat and then propelled herself to land next to this woman.

"sally, sally rein, expert in special entries, retrieval of objects and anything you need to have done"

the young girl with a star on her shirt said smiling, offering the woman a hand. wondering what kind of mission was here for her.
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Post by Vaetric on Wed Mar 04, 2015 12:09 am

(( Sorry for the wait ))
 
Alais was a little surprised at the strange entrance by the woman, who appeared to have wrapped a ball with string around the mast of the smaller ship and pulled herself in front of her. She raised an eyebrow inquisitively at the young woman. “No doubt you are proficient in your first line of work, however I do have need of your second. I entrusted a cargo ship to carry my goods toward Orochi Town, but they appear to have led themselves astray. Perhaps I shouldn’t have been so.. Trusting of the ship captain but I would like the retrieval of my goods intact.” She’d say.
 

She looked down at the woman’s hand, pausing before shaking it slowly. She’d then walk down the blank toward it. “This is your ship, no?” It was a shabby little thing, though it definitely wasn’t her own, and that was more of a good thing than bad, the captain wouldn’t run at the first sight of it. “The retrieval of my goods, as well as the punishment of the.. Wayward captain I can pay for. I am also willing to pay half now, and half later.” She would retrieve a wad of beli from her person. “Five thousand for now.” She’d finish; turning back toward the woman expectantly.
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Post by Fin~ on Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:52 am

Having a good job at her hands she smiled, this sounded quite easy retrieval of goods on a ship and punishing a person that should not have been trusted, today was a good day, and so was the payment. 

the small tiny and old ship was indeed hers, " it is mine, though it is nothing to be proud of. I am looking to replace it, maybe the ship your targets traveling on is a good replacement" she said smiling when she catched the bag of gold.

" job accepted, give me the details and your goods will be back before you know it" she said smiling at her bag of money. This would go to some new equipment for on her yoyo's
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Post by Vaetric on Sat Mar 07, 2015 1:17 am

“It is… Quaint.” Alais would say, resisting the urge to wrinkle her nose at the small ship. It’d barely function as.. In fact, she couldn’t really understand what it could be used for, then again it did appear more than a little aged, and therefore must have lost its purpose. She also resisted the urge to shake her head, at least it may have the potential to be fast. Her own ship was more majestic, but it wasn’t built for chases. Perhaps that was what the.. Boat was made for.
 
“I suppose it would. However, its contents must reach its destination.” She’d say, turning on her heel and looking toward the sea. She wondered if the woman would be willing to do more odd-jobs, or even become a cargo runner for her. She looked down toward the ship. Perhaps it wasn’t fully useless, after all, anything can be used for something else if one knows how to properly recycled. That reminded her, she needs a scavenger.
 
She extended out a rolled up map, walking toward the edge of the ship and laid it out. She pointed in a direction in between the island they were currently on and another. “They should be around this area. They have had a day to disappear, but there should be a storm around here.” She pointed at the left part of the area. “Or so I’m told. That just leaves them with a strait between here and here.” She’d point toward the actually rather small body of water between their current location and a larger island. “Is your ship fast?”
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Re: serious: the good side of the coin

Post by Fin~ on Wed Mar 25, 2015 3:50 am

Sally scratched her head, " only a day away, i had hoped for a challenge" she said smiling writing down al information she had gotten,noting the map and the information about the storm she knew that this could be done easily. when she was asked if she was fast she smiled a bit and nodded " guess its faster then the shup I have to catch atleast, but never fast enough" Sally said laughing a little as she hopped onto her boat and prepared her small sails. " except me back in a day or two" she said smiling as she went off.
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Post by Vaetric on Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:28 am

“Oh? I’m sorry to have.. Disappointed you.” Alais would say tartly, before spinning on her heel and walking back to her ship. Her new hire seemed a little arrogant, but she could forgive that, after all; she was only going after a rogue trading ship. She did however need the cargo back, or at least sold. She returned to the ship, curtseying toward the lady, if she did well, she may even give her a little bonus.
 
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Meanwhile, the rogue ship laid anchor, the captain took off his humble trading outfit and put on his pirating gear, he was Black Mouth John, scourge of merchants everywhere, he stole cargo for a living, and had a 500,000 bounty. He and his crew laughed at their employee’s misfortune of choosing them to look after her cargo. They were sure the valuable cloth would fetch a high market elsewhere.
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Post by Fin~ on Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:27 am

Having set of, following directions, Sally knew she just had a little time before the goods might have actually be sold, and if they were sold then she could always take their money and ship, allthough the best would be just finding the ship intact with the good still on it, but would she make that?

She had hoped she did, using her navigational skills she planned her ways as the fastest, but also quite dangerous, sailing through strong and cutting waves here and there, and surviving a small storm aswell.

She had a rough time, but remained focussed, this amount of money meant safety for a nice while, she could upgrade her weaponry and invest in some other things as well. She hoped to arive soon and try and complete her job well. 

How would things go now?
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Post by Vaetric on Thu Mar 26, 2015 8:10 am

The storm made the waters whippy, and the ship was fat from all of the loot they procured from that woman. He had been adamant about taking as much stuff as possible, making the escuse of not having to take a second trip, but now he was more than a little overloaded and some of the stuff was heavy. The ship dropped anchor to wait out the storm, otherwise they might capsize if they went any farther than a slow waddle. Just in case, he dropped the spare anchor as well, so the weight would be even. Most of the crew then retired below to wait.
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Post by Fin~ on Fri Mar 27, 2015 10:10 am

Sally was not made from sugar, and storms did not much to her, she could sail through them well with her navigational skills as long as things were not going insanely overboard, but for now things looked okay, and even her ship of shambles was holding up nicely.

In this weather most people would dock their ships, or ateast throw out their anchors and wait out the weather, which meant a chance for Sally, a chance to catch up and get people when they are least expecting, smiling just a little, she planned her route on her map, that slowly got drenched with rain, and made her curse just a little, though she had already decided on the perfect course before the whole map became useless.

Sailing towards the island where the cargo should be sold she, like planned found the ship, which was quite possibly her target in the distance, not liking unprepared action, she checked her yoyo's and her weaponry, and waited for her ship to slowly sail towards the ship, since there was storm everyone would probably be beneath deck and give Sally time to climb on and ready herself for an ambush.

As her ship approached her target, she slung her yoyo around the mast and quickly used that to climb on the deck, she then slowly waited at the entrance to below deck, for someone to pop out, which she could then take out.
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Post by Vaetric on Sun Mar 29, 2015 9:38 pm

Most of the pirates apart from the essentials were down below, the ones who weren’t down there made sure the ship stayed at the right angle, furled the sails and so forth. They were so busy with their job (in order to get down below deck with the rest so they don’t have to stay in the rain) that they didn’t notice the yoyo that swung around the mast that allowed Sally to get onto the ship. One of the sailors sent to relieve one of the others popped out of the entrance to the deck, meaning to walk toward them.
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Re: serious: the good side of the coin

Post by Fin~ on Sun Apr 12, 2015 9:41 pm

Waiting once her ship was close enough she prepared for a spectacular entrance, not that there was anyone to see it but well it was just her style,  climbing on her little mast she threw her yoyo in the air to release the full string, let it come back then spinned it and threw it around the mast, then she made the string retract pulling her on the ship.

jumping down from the mast she saw that everyone was down. there were two options. first was to wait ans take everyone out, or the other was to sail it to town, lock them in down and make marines capture them, though she might be recognized. 

she smiled and pulled one anchor up. this would make the ship shake more then enough to lure people out.
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Post by Vaetric on Sat Apr 18, 2015 2:12 am

The crew of the ship seemed to be fairly sleepy. They’d been up all night yesterday preparing for their getaway. However due to the anchor being pulled out they felt the ship shaking a lot more than usual. This would draw the attention of the first mate, who slammed open the door and shouted to the crew mates who were still above, questioning why this was happening.
 
They would be fairly confused, and would begin searching for the reason. They would however soon find that one of the anchors had been removed, and they would get to work attempting to get it back into the water, focusing most of their efforts on that rather than looking around. One however would walk toward the crows nest, away from the others in order to try and get a birds eye view of what’s happening.

((Sorries for the wait D:))
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