Erideos

2: How To Lynch A Lord Mayor
The team are assigned to kill the Lord Mayor of the city, per the request of the Lord Mayor himself.

With the “Bottom-Feeder” having completed their first mission, Harriett Sakuraba assigns them to assassinate Yugo Asano, the Lord Mayor of Akina, by request of Yugo Asano, the Lord Mayor of Akina. Confusion? Of course.

Joined by new team members Sun Tsu and Mayu Miyaki, the team stealthily pursued the Mayor and his entourage until they cornered them in an alley.

It turns out that the Lord Mayor of Akina was actually Yoshi Wajira, a doppelgänger pretending to be the Mayor for unknown reasons. The group managed to convince Aoi Harada – who was guarding the ‘Mayor’ – that Wajira was indeed acting his part and they succeeded in slaying him. Harada then gave her leave and the team returned to Sakuraba Yojimbo Kaisha, with the Mayor’s signet ring and cleaned-out skull (courtesy of Sun Tsu) in tow. THe party then learned that their reward would come from the Mayor’s office later on, and they eagerly awaited their next mission. While doing so, they met Alessandro Adeladesi and the rest of Ada’s Advers, who were set on the same mission but failed. After a short argument – including finding out information about the Guilding Network and attaining a Guild License – Sakuraba returned with both groups’ next mission – slay the Majestic Reaver.

Both groups resolved to take the test for the Guild License after slaying the Reaver.

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1: Hunting for Bladebreaker
The party searches and slays the frightening Bladebreaker.

Four unlikely adventurers – Moriko, Shinji, Kuro and Amour – find themselves unwittingly recruited by Sakuraba Yojimbo Kaisha, and brought into service by Harriett Sakuraba to defeat the frightening Bladebreaker.

Along their way, Shinji manages to display his prowess by drinking a whole pint of Wedget Ale, bantering and shenanigans stop the group from displaying combat effectiveness, and they encounter the Strange Black-haired Lady.

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