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[CHQ] Guild Examination Quest

21 January 2018 - 08:44 PM



All guilds, sanctioned by the government, are given quests for them to solve. Those quests are all rated, given a letter that goes from E through A, and likewise all guilds are similarly labeled. Starting at E-Rank, those guilds are seen more as handymen a small problem solvers than anything serious or noteworthy. And so, to take on quests that are more rewarding in both monetary value and grandeur, the guild must go through a government regulated exam. These quests are the first step are the first steps for all guilds looking to make a name for themselves to take. One such quest was being held today, at a nearby cavern system. There, four guilds had been invited, meeting up at the mouth of this system.


The ride there was awkward, to say the least, for Fen. She was already tense from the onset of the ride, as she had not been totally mentally prepared for taking on such a mission with such high-stakes nor was the company she was with very uh...comforting. The ride had been mostly silent as none of the people she was with seemed to be very keen on talking, in addition to the fact that the girl wasn't exactly super comfortable with everyone she was with. Vincent she knew, and while he wasn't a terrible person or anything, he was still easily irritable. Then there was Ro, who Fen wasn't quite sure what to make of the boy, as he seemed to be smoking something flowery and genuinely(?) tried to tell her to calm down. Then there was the last one, who Fen had rarely seen before, and when she had she wasn't sure if she was actually real or not. She was referring to the naked - yes, naked - lizard person, who wasn't even inside the carriage at the moment. 


All in all, Fen had been very stiff in posture and on edge. As such, she was very relieved when their ride had come to a halt, stretching a bit as she walked out of the carriage. This was only replaced when she saw a group of 10 people already gathered at the meeting place. She didn't really make out much details of most of them, as a black haired man and red haired woman perked up as they had arrived. The red haired woman said, "oh, welcome. You must be here to take the guild examination, correct?" 


"What's your guild's name?" 


Fen shot up a bit as the black haired man had asked his question, stuttering out. "Ch-ch-cherry Heart!" 


The red haired chuckled a bit as the man wrote down the name, the girl saying, "well, glad you could make it. Now, we're currently only waiting for one more guild to arrive, so please, make yoursleves comfortable for the time being." 


As the black haired man gestured them away, a familiar sounding voice rang out. "Cherry Heart? Fen! It is you!" A purple haired girl, a smile plastered across her face walked up to the young chef. 


"Agina?" Fen was clearly taken by surprise by this sudden appearance. 


"The one and only! Well, maybe. I've never heard of Agina's so I've just assumed but perhaps- "


"Hello there." A brown hair boy, who had been with Agina, had walked over. "It would appear fate would have us take this exam on the same day, wouldn't it? Oh," he looked at the other three with her. "You're different than the ones who were with her before. I'm afraid we haven't met, my name is Alpine, of the Lemon Soul guild."


"And I am Agina! Coincidentally also in the Lemon Soul guild!" The girl then pointed to the other two who had been with her, the boy who Fen had recognize, and a white haired girl that she didn't know. "They too are in our guild, but they are very bad at speaking to people -" 


"What was that?" The male further back had retorted. 


"He is Sen. And the last one is Mellow." The irritable one, Sen, gave a begrudging wave as the white haired girl looked to Sen, only to then mimic his movement. While Alpine and Agina seemed to have a friendly expression on their face, Sen seemed to already be annoyed. However, as his eyes scanned across the group, he only seemed to get more so, until he stopped at Vincent. For no reason in particular, it appeared as if Sen was scowling at him. The white haired girl, however, didn't seem to have much in way of expression, merely looking at the quartet, though her gaze seemed to linger especially on Kasayee.


Alpine then asked, "so, what might all your names be?" 

Cherry Heart - Guild Hall

10 January 2018 - 09:09 AM



Welcome one and welcome all to the Cherry Heart Guild Hall. Here you will be able to view all things regarding the current state of Cherry Heart, whether it be the guild's current upgrades, active/available quests, etc. So without further ado here they are. 
Quest List

Active Quests

Completed Quests

Guild Rank - E 
Guild Funds - 480 Korona


Current NPCs

General Lore

Fire Emblem: Soul of Heaven [IC/PG-16]

27 July 2017 - 08:42 PM





Prologue: Falcons

Date: 15th of Aeis

Time: 1:37 PM

Location: En Route to Tellan


Southern Aeora. While an area that is free from the conflict that plagues the north between it and its sworn enemy, Jouruun, it is no stranger to strife. With the large majority of its forces and peacekeeping being centered around the city of Rastarn, the law in the southern area is scarcely kept outside of the major city. As such, it has given to the rise of many different bandit and brigand groups that terrorize the lands. While some of the smaller towns have local militias, the people are merely not combat-able enough to keep themselves safe. Compounded on this, the strange beasts and monsters also skulk the lands, adding danger to those who are not merely raided and made profit off of. In response to this, more virtuous, philanthropic individuals, or merely those who see fit to put their skills to less amoral yet profitable uses, had appeared. Selling their services to prospective buyers, mercenary groups started to pop up all across the country side, alleviating the terror the less than fortunate had experienced. 
One such mercenary group, the Iron Falcons, has begun to become known amongst the locals. Though small, they have proved themselves to be quite adept at their job, having been met with many successes. These successes has brought about the attention of a local town, having approached them as their town had recently been overrun by bandits, being nothing more then a settlement for this group. As such, responding to this, the Iron Falcons had moved out, now walking towards the target location; the small town of Tellan. 
Leon wasn't quite sure what to make of the job. It wasn't often that bandits got so bold that they decided to actually take over a place, though it wasn't unheard of. Yet still, their work had been increasing over the past month, as the bandits seemed to be getting more aggressive. Nevertheless, it was a job that the group had decided to taken, and one that was going to pay well all the same. The group was traveling by foot to get there, and the town was in view, not taking much time left to get there. 


Fire Emblem: Soul of Heaven [OOC/Not Accepting/PG-16]

12 July 2017 - 10:44 PM




The continent of Crijalla is no stranger to war and strife, nor is it to heroes and legends. The nations that live within this small stretch of land, no matter the peace time they are in, always find themselves to be brought to war. Whether for Gold, for Glory, or for Gods, the people of this continent are brought to war time and time again. Because of this, the people of each nation must always focus on the fights yet to come as opposed to the small ones across their lands. With bandits and monsters alike prowling the lands, it is no surprise that bands of freelance workers have begun to appear. And though the continent is in its time of peace, help is still required of them. 
This is no different from a small and relatively recent band of mercenaries, The Iron Falcons, built from people of all kinds of ilk. And though they are merely small time freelance fighters, they may end up finding themselves in something much grander than they had bargained for. 


Important Information


The Iron Falcons

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The Company Leader




[CHQ] Scour the Woods

05 July 2017 - 11:44 PM



Guilds were not the only thing that the city of Arbolia had to offer. As it was a place that many an adventurer looked to start their journeys in, businesses of all kinds that dealt in supplying these adventurers sprung up like weeds as well. The group would be directed to one such place from their quest form. They were to visit an apothecary known as "Cosmic Fire," an odd one at that, to help them forage ingredients for a new recipe the owner was coming up with. Even with directions, the being among the crowd of other shops and buildings, it might've proven difficult to fight. However, as they would walk through the streets, they would here an almost boom sound coming from a nearby building. One building that a sign in gold letters atop it that read "Cosmic Fire." 


Once they entered the building, they would be greeted with a strange sight. Lining the walls were all kinds of herbs, plants, potions, salves and other such concoctions. The floor itself was was wooden, though it had quite a few scorch marks and glass shards almost randomly strewn across it. In front of them would be a large wooden desk, somewhat scorched as well, with a lavender haired girl, resting her elbows on top of it; in one had a broken beaker, in the other her face. While the girl seemed to be muttering about something she then looked up and saw that there were other people inside. Her expression was of an initial frustration, only to then shift to confusion as she said, "wait what are you all doing here? Didn't I leave the sign outside at closed? Or is it at open? Wait, do I even have a sign?" The girl looked away trying to wonder if she ever got around to purchasing it but looked back to them. 


"Hm, well you're here now," she said decisively. Without turning her head, the girl tossed the beaker behind her before chippering up and saying, "well welcome folks to the Cosmic Fire, best apothecary and run by the Greatest Alchemist of all time, Zvesda Yuri," she pointed to herself with pride, "this side of Arbolia- no! This side of whatever this continent is named, I kind of forgot." She said this without shame or pause. "So, how can I help you all today?"