- Mission File - Bad-Mouth:
- Mission name: Bad-mouth
Mission rank: B
Objective: Travel to the small Village in the Wind Country and assassinate the man who’s been trying to invoke a coup d’etat against their leaders.
Mission description: One of our allies is scared that a man, Hanashi Warui, is going to bring a rebellion down on their heads. Cut him off at the pass and kill him before any problems can be caused, but remember not to let anyone see you. The rebellion doesn’t need any more reason to start
Mission details: Minimum 1500 words, may be done solo. This mission is entirely stealth based, and thus is more fitting to be done solo. If detection occurs, kill the people but get rid of their bodies. He has strong kenjutsu, but is poor at long range. Remember that.
The moment he saw the mission on the mission board, Seiryū knew that it would be something he could easily accomplish with little to nothing actually being able to interfere with his success for the mission itself. The description of the man, his target, was simple, as he had no true shinobi skills and Seiryū needed to complete the mission without anyone seeing him at all. The only known skill that this Hanashi Warui possessed was with the sword, thus needing to get in close range to do anything truly effective, the only form of a threat that Seiryū could possibly see as a detriment to accomplishing the mission faster than he thought at first.. That, in itself would prove simple just to the base kit of his own skills and what Seiryū utilized as his primary tools for offense. Considering this was his first mission he’d be taking as a chuunin and a solo one at that, Seiryū knew that it wouldn’t be as simple as the menial tasks he accomplished when he was but a genin. More than one individual would likely make the mission a bit more complicated, as it was a single assassination of a lone target, if there were more than he supposed more assistance would be helpful, but in this case, he alone would likely be enough to settle this rising issue of a coup d’etat in the small village a day away from Sunagakure no Sato.
The time between his chuunin promotion and this particular mission he signed up for was far too long. All the days, hours, minutes, and seconds in between these two particular events were clouded with memories of his time away from the village, the time that he spent in Kumogakure no Sato mainly to watch the exams. Time had simply shown Seiryū that he milled about for far too long and that his time away from Suna was far from productive. Sure he met individuals he would likely never forget, but crossing paths with any of them in the near future was unlikely. His trip contained a few mishaps, misunderstandings, and perhaps… regrets, but there was nothing to be done now that could change any of that. Instead, the chuunin could only move forward and attempt to progress as a shinobi, throwing away all other thoughts in hopes to keep his mind clear and retain his grasp on life.
Making sure he had gathered everything he required, a quiver full of arrows, his bow strapped to his back, and his other various projectiles, Seiryū stood at the gate to the village, knowing that the journey would take a day or two. He hadn’t even been home for more than twenty-four hours before the restlessness kicked in again. Seiryū found he couldn’t simply relax upon returning home, he couldn’t sit still and do nothing while so much preoccupied his mind at the same time. It wasn’t too difficult to conclude what would be the best method in order to move his mind away from thoughts that had no significant importance in Sunagakure no Sato and that was to go on a mission. Not just a simple mission, but one that would involve some sense of danger. Taking lives came with the duty of being a shinobi, yet there always was a reason behind having assassination targets. It truly wasn’t his concern to question it, but the questions would linger for moments before they’d eventually fade back into obscurity. With a hand pushing his hair back, Seiryū stepped forward, making his way out of the village gates and into the vast expanse of desert that the Wind Country was known for.
621 Total Words
621 out of 1500 Words needed for Mission Completion.