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PostSubject: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:26 am

Matt was honestly considering just rolling the rest of the way there. After all, this little run down hole-in-the-ground "shrine" was supposed to be home to a great and wonderful sphere...

But frankly, he wasn't buying it. Not that Carmine steered him wrong often, but it had happened a few times in the past. He was getting that sinking feeling that this might be one of them. It wasn't that Kilika was a tiny tiny place, but... honestly, did anything exciting happen in Kilika? Matt wasn't sure he remembered any stories worth telling – but wasn’t that the whole point of the Spheres? So you didn’t have to know everything?

Matt let out a sigh, as he continued onwards, trudging through an infuriatingly thick jungle. Sword in one hand, he used it occasionally to chop through areas that were too thick to traverse without it. Thoughtfully – he could probably use fire magic to cut through the jungle, now… but no. He wasn’t that kind of jackass. Without a way to contain it, he might just cause rampant destruction and just… nah.

So the sword had to do. Branches, and low hanging bits, and occasionally exceptionally thick foliage all were hacked to bits by his merciless swings.

“I swear to Yevon, Carmine, if you freaking sent me on a wild goose chase through Kilika and made me ride on that stupid smelly boat just to get here? I’m gonna make rabbit soup.” He grumbled – glad that Carmine hadn’t decided to buy one of those communication devices. He doubted they would go this far out, but the point still stood. He didn’t want Carmine to…

Murder him in his sleep.

He almost tripped over a root or vine of some sort, and he could feel his shoulders tense for another swing.

“Stupid jungle. Stupid… everything.”

Not that he was worried too terribly much about someone overhearing him grumble. The Sphere Hunter, as always, had his face covered by the Mime’s mask. He could be discovered, sure, but he damn sure wasn’t going to make it easy. The mask was hard, of course – designed to offer a little bit of additional protection from blows to the head. But it offered him the best protection of all – anonymity.

He made one more wide cut, that opened up a way to what could only be described as something that was once beautiful. But the jungle had reclaimed it – the ruins of the shrine were covered in vines, moss, and made up of stone left to ages of disrepair.

“Well. At least this is here.” He muttered, giving it a simple, skeptical once over. If this was here, maybe the Jackpot Amazing Fortune Sphere would be here, and they could give up this whirlwind life of hunting.

Yeah, right.

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Fri Nov 15, 2013 12:10 pm




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:

Your journey through Killika was something that not any person could do, the dangers of the moist, thick jungle lurked around and you could hear the sound of monsters or animals moving through the thick foliage that surrounded you and the temple. There was something particularly interesting you would notice once you arrived at the ancient ruins that supposedly held one of those spheres, track marks on the ground and a recently put out camp fire greeted you at your arrival. Who else knew of this place, and more importantly, where they looking for that sphere as well?

If you journeyed forward, there would be something a bit more interesting, more tracks which meant whoever was here had company, and you would be able to notice at least half a dozen people had been here and, either they had left, or they had entered the ruins ahead.

Pebbles and water ran down from the roof of the damaged ruin, not a very safe environment to journey on, but hey, the reward at the end of the road had been promised to be what you were looking for. It was apparent that you now had a few choices to make. The first, involved entering the ruin, risking whoever had gone in first to be hostile and attack you on sight, that is, if they had survived whatever perils this place had to offer.

The second, it was to investigate around the ruins, trying to track down anyone or anything that had been here before, it might give you some information to go onto this place, however, you knew about what could be lurking in the jungle. Both choices looked like a dangerous endeavor, but, the path of the adventurer is never safe, and it certainly makes for a life of excitement, for as long as you are able to avoid the grasps of death.



  • -Enter the cave, role play your way through the evolution of 5 pyreflies into fiends. End your post at a stone door with four keyholes on the front.
  • -Explore the area around the ruins.




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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:34 am

This... was trouble. Other people had been here - and recently. They had broke camp not long before Matt had discovered it - which meant they were close by. It also meant he would have to deal not only with the prospect of the ruins themselves, but whoever was choosing to oppose him. Crossing his path was not a wise decision - usually. But when push came to shove, he had no other option than to move forward with his plan. He tromped carefully past the burned out campfire, the still-lingering scent of charred wood something he could practically taste, even through his mask.

The tracks were meandering and overrun - he couldn't make out how many had actually been left. It meant the number of people here was uncertain - he'd be risking a possible ambush. That was the big problem with working alone as he did. Numbers did have the advantage, overall. Even with all of his assembled memories, he was just one man.

But at least he was one dangerous man.

Sword still in hand, he approached the front of the ruin, eyes peeled for movement. Finding none, he considered his options. He could look around, which might give him a little more information to work with. He might even find another way in - though these kinds of places rarely had back doors. They were shrines, not hideouts.

Or, he could just go right in, and hope that whoever had gone before him had tripped any traps and died in the process. Of course, he was the last person to believe in wishes solving all his problems - so instead, he would consider. The only advantage he had right now was the fact that no one knew he was coming. He was no ninja, of course - he didn't know that he could stealth his way in.

But he also knew that if they didn't see or hear him coming, he'd have the advantage of surprise.

So.. where to go from here? He looked at the sword in his hand, and considered. Well... better start somewhere. He moved as quietly as he could, taking easy steps into the shrine itself. The musty odor of age and erosion was thick in the air - he made a mental note to talk to Carmine about getting one of those Al Bhed rebreather things installed into his mask. The gross smell? He could totally do without it.

He could feel the subtle swell of something in the air, as he made it into the front antechamber. There were Pyreflies here, floating and dancing in a twisting, hypnotic pattern. He thought he recognized what was happening, but he thought, perhaps, if he didn't move, it wouldn't complete the transition. They coalesced and combined - and not only did it complete the transition... they completed the transition. Five of them. Small, not particularly menacing on their own, but the lizardkin creatures in a group? That could be a problem.

Before they could get their bearings, he was moving. His blade was shoved down, directly into the head of the first one, as it stuck its tongue out to get a better sense of what was going on. He impaled it hard enough that the sword dug into the stone beneath it. Damn he was glad the Variable Blade would fix itself if he dulled it.

He spun, tugging the weapon from its new sheath, swinging it in a wide arc that carried cutting force with it. It cleaved cleanly through the front legs of a now-leaping, angry lizard, hissing at the fact that its newly-birthed brother was returning to its base components. They wouldn't be apart long.

Following it closely was the remaining three - he had to hop backwards, with a grunt of effort, to avoid getting swiped all to hell. "Tch." He grumbled, as one of the hissing bastards nipped at the hem of his coat. Twisting, he shoved the sword back into the earth, and focused on his memories. No time like the present to try them out. The sword shattered, and in its place was a thin, golden rod. Sitting atop the end was a curving caduceus - or what would have been a caduceus, if the snakes weren't angrily biting at each other.

The loop of iron at the end would provide the focus, though it wasn't entirely necessary. The magic in his memories was potent enough. He tugged a hand back, and felt the mana gathering, and converting there, until he shoved his hand forward, palm extended. "Aero!" The spell created a burst of wind that cut through one of the monsters. Fire followed up with the wind-magic, crashing into a fourth. The fifth monster looked...

Well, it didn't look thrilled to be alone, that was for sure. He lifted his hand, and the thing was engulfed in fire that left behind nothing but struggling pyreflies.

Shaking his head, he let out a sigh. The question now? Who's Pyreflies were those? He moved deeper down the antechamber, until he came to what looked to be a simple stone door - or what would have been a simple door, if it hadn't been for the four locks on the front of it.

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Sat Nov 16, 2013 3:25 pm




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:

+200 EXP
+1 Potion

As you journeyed deep into the forgotten shrine and got rid of the fiends, you would have noticed the abandoned weaponry someone had left behind, it was obvious by now, that those who had set camp at the entrance of this place had died in their way here, their weapons and clothes where abandoned, their skeletons...missing? What on earth was happening here? It didn’t matter much as you reached the “simple” door in your way, obviously guarding something or simply, preventing anyone from wandering forward. However, right below you, you would see just a set of footprints, ones that let you know someone had been here, and if he had, how did the door reset itself. It was a mystery you would have to find out later.

If you looked closely in the door, with any kind of light, the four keyholes were rather large, as if they could fit an entire boulder, or rock inside them. And above each of those holes, an inscription could be read. It was quiet clear what this meant, for you to move forward, you would have to solve the riddle of the stone door at this temple. Looking around, you would notice four cylindrical objects, which would be the exact shape of the keyholes in the door.

Taking a closer look, you would see the inscriptions on the keyholes:

1.“The heart of a warrior, the body of a hunter. Beware of this creature, as its power is unmatched”
2.“Slithering and cunning, silent but deadly, the sound of its arrival is almost a melody to the mind”
3.“Disease, ailment and death. This is a crippling enemy of breath”
4. “Sneaky beings that creep through the darkness, incessant, innocent, push you into the brink of despair”

It looked like they were clues to what the keys were supposed to be, as you looked down, the cylindrical objects had images at the top:

1. A Basilisk devouring a human body
2. A Lion roaring loud
3. A tentacle creature, roaring
4. A small turtle-like creature

At the top of the door, one last inscription would be there
“The calamities of the world are saved within this shrine, the relics of time and legend can’t be found. Prepare for the trials, and may you fail, the pyreflies will burst.”

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Sun Nov 17, 2013 11:25 am

He could see the words, though he was clueless to their meaning. Still, it didn't take a genius to figure out that the four pillar-like keys would unlock the door. The question was - why would they be laying out if it were so easy to get in? There had to be more to it than that - and he'd bet a hefty sum that the 'more to it' would be a trap of some kind. The words would tell him how to open it... but without Carmine here, he would never know.

He could go and get a Sphere-recorder, take an image, bring it back and...

Okay, no, that was too much work.

Mark let out an irritated sigh. He'd just need to work back with his previous idea that maybe he could find another way in to the Shrine from the outside. Still, it would have been nice to know this way was barred to him before he had to wipe out five fiends. But... who was he to complain? Oh, right, the guy rooting around in the muck. He only hoped that this Sphere was worth all the trouble he was going through to get it. Maybe, if he was lucky, it'd be a Memory sphere that he could use.

The Sphere hunter allowed himself one more sigh, before he made it back outside, eyes cast down to the ground to try and isolate a trail that would be of some use to him. He knelt, close to it, trying to figure out where the outside tracks would lead. After another minute or two, he just let out a breath and started forward, along the right-hand side of the Shrine. He would keep as close to the Shrine as he could, careful so that even if he passed into the jungle, it wouldn't be out of sight. After all, it would really suck if he got lost in the jungle without a way to get back out.

Masked as he was, he did as he normally would under these circumstances, and kept both eyes opened and focused, his senses hard at work to alert him of any danger. His casting rod had vanished as soon as it was no longer needed, though he was careful to keep his memory locked in place anyways, just in case. Who knew when he might need to whip up a fancy spell or something?

( WC - 409 )

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Tue Nov 19, 2013 9:51 pm




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:
[b]
The way back from the underground shrine was a bit easier than the way in, after all, you had already killed the fiends that had formed before so the way was clear. However, once you reached the outside, the thickness of the jungle had already made it dark, the only light you could see was the moonlight sneaking through the foliage of the trees and the sounds of monsters and fiends had just increased. Thankfully, at least when you got out, there were no more of those things in here, but it was certainly hard for you to see much of anything, looking for a clue to get inside would not be an easy task.

It was a long, though road, however as the night settled in and his legs were getting exhausted, he could see the end of his way, or was it? A beam of light coming from the ground gave him hope, it was something that would at least bring attention to the spot, but it begged the question, had whoever was there left already and taken the sphere with him? It was a matter of time before he could get inside, avoiding the mechanism prepared to enter the shrine would certainly have its consequences.

As you reached the beam of light, you notice it’s half the size of your body, but at least it was something, if you knelt down you would be able to see old, broken statues and other artifacts that resembled a tomb of a king or at least a storage of sorts, but that was the most your eyes could muster. Your choice was now to open a bigger hole in order to sneak in, on whatever this room was and hope to god another of those riddles did not wait ahead.

Find a way to widen the hole for your entrance

Keep exploring the beautiful wild life of Kilika’s jungle at night Very Happy

*Note: A magic barrier will be in effect for not lifting the trap guarding the room, Speed, Strength and Defense will be reduced by ¼.

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::=:: HP 1,825  ::=:: Strength: 1600 (+800 Weapon Damage) ::=:: MP 1,250 ::=:: Defense: 500 ::=:: Magic 500  ::=:: Speed:900 ::=:: Magic Defense 800 (+200 Magic Defense)
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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:46 am

Who in their right mind thought a jungle was a proper place for a shrine? What holy object was so important that it had to be hidden behind Fiends, stupid riddle-locks, and camouflaged in a freaking jungle?! Whatever it was that had originally been the purpose of this shrine no doubt had been taken by some other robber. But people neglected Spheres - they were commonplace, and only now were people interested in history and memory.

Despite the fatigue that was starting to make his legs drag, he kept moving, occasionally reaching a hand out to make certain he was not getting too far away from the shrine.

It wasn't until he spotted light that Matt finally smirked, brightly. That was either someone else who had thought they were going to camp out, or something that was trying to get in to the Shrine. He crept forward, slowing down dramatically to make sure he'd stay relatively hidden. Through his eye-slits, he finally spotted the source of the light - a hole, in the Shrine? Perhaps. Further inspection confirmed that indeed, the hole lead somewhere inside.

But what, exactly, had made the hole? He tried to make sense of it by testing the edges. He wanted to know if it was man-made, or more natural, as though a Fiend might have done it. If it were a fiend, that'd explain why it was so small. But then again, it wasn't as though there weren't small people that would be capable of this.

He wracked his memory - but no, he had no earth magic at his disposal. That was okay, though - sometimes you had to force your way. Taking a few steps back he reached a hand out, and the Variable Blade shimmered back into existence, in its Casting Rod form. Glancing around, he spotted a vantage point that would make this a little easier. Climbing the tree with a series of jumps and catches, the masked man gazed down at the hole.

From here, he'd be able to see if he was weakening the foundation too much in one place, or if he was making the hole too big. His only goal would be efficiency, not size - he wanted to make the hole only big enough to accommodate him with enough wiggle room to move quickly if necessary. Walking through the hole would be unnecessary.

Light flickered in his eyes, making quite the disturbing effect on the mask.

"Aero!" He focused on the location - the edge of the hole, and let the magic wreath winds into existence. Holding his attention, he was carefully manipulating the wind magic into a more condensed point. It was the whirling power of Aero, in a sphere the size of a hand grenade, hovering and contained.

Sometimes it was good to learn science. Coupling science and magic made things easier. It wasn't something he could do in the heat of battle, but this? This was easy as pie.

"Fire!" It was a sliver of power - he wasn't needing anything more than a spark.

But the magic did exactly what he wanted to. The condensed sphere of air exploded, violently, blowing large hunks of rock and dirt away. Taking a few deep breaths to make sure he could gather enough focus and energy to do it with precision again. It would go on like this for several minutes, making the crater wider. He was doing everything in his power to contain it, though nothing would happen with the sound.

He'd stop once he reached the desired size - or, conversely, if it looked as though the hole might collapse.

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Sat Nov 23, 2013 10:59 am




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:
[b]
The hole in the ground had grown to a rather nice size by now, you could actually jump in and sneak into the room that had previously closed its doors on you, the little riddle had made a mockery of you and you had gotten your revenge, by destroying a part of the building that had been so nicely been hidden. As you jumped in, you could feel something strange running through your body, as if you had passed some sort of magical barrier that affected your body, you felt weaker, and as you landed, you felt a small amount of pain from the simple, mundane and very, very easy to land stone floor. At least you had reached your objective and the sphere must have been there for the taking.

“Who’s there?!” A voice shouted from the inside, though it looked like he had already retrieved what he had come here for, he was heading towards the closed door you had been unable to pass. On his hand, you were lucky to see that he had not come here for the dress sphere, but rather an odd, musical instrument? As he saw you come in, he walked back towards you, carefully, as if being cautious of why you were here and what your goals were. You would see a man around six foot tall, very handsome with hair falling down to his shoulders, green eyes and a rather skinny build, for any instances he didn’t really strike you as a fighter, but somehow he had reached this part of the temple, even though you had the difficulties of fighting those fiends before.

“Oh, hello friend, I was just leaving this dreadful place...I hope you find out what you came here to look and wish you a most safe trip” He said, his words flowed with ease and charm, and there was something that made you look up to him, for some reason, you felt as if you could follow this man if he asked you too, it was all too strange and well, you were finally inside a place that had been though to find, it was now up to you what to do, the man had started walking away, heading towards the closed door and easily opening it, how he did it you could not see, but at least your escape route had been set already.


Available Options
- Allow the man to leave. End of Quest. Sphere Reward will be posted with the rewards.
- Stop him for some reason.


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::=:: HP 1,825  ::=:: Strength: 1600 (+800 Weapon Damage) ::=:: MP 1,250 ::=:: Defense: 500 ::=:: Magic 500  ::=:: Speed:900 ::=:: Magic Defense 800 (+200 Magic Defense)
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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:06 am

The voice in question, as he finally landed on the ground through the hole ( ouch. Ouch? Why the hell ouch? ) made him tense up. He had not meant to make that much noise... but then again, he'd been effectively blowing dynamite, so he didn't exactly know what he was to expect. Thieves were sneaky because they were quiet, not because they were masters of explosives.

Sighing, he took a few deep breaths - trying to ready a spell with which to defend himself - though he felt a little sluggish. Unusually so.

However, the person that had asked the question, did not seem even remotely threatening - or threatened by him. In fact... he seemed rather charming, considering the circumstances under which they'd met. The masked man tilted his head, curiously, as the other guy said he was leaving. He bit his lip uncertainly.

"Wait. Please. I know it sounds crazy, but I have to know - who are you?" He asked, uncertainly. "You don't seem like a treasure hunter. So how did you get in here, past the fiends in the front room?" The question seemed simple enough - but it was one he definitely wanted to know the answer to. "And, if you have time to share the secret, I would greatly appreciate you showing me how to get in through the front doors." He hesitated... trying to endear himself to this stranger. "It may seem ridiculous, but I cannot read, so I have no idea what the words said to do."

Maybe that would be enough to stop the other guy. To introduce himself, even. "My name is Matt - I'm a Sphere Hunter. Did you see any spheres in there?" The more things he asked, the longer he could stay, basking in this man's presence.

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:43 pm




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:
[b]
The man stopped, your words seemed to have made him turn back and face you, the mention of your lack of reading knowledge was interesting for him, even humorous as he started to laugh for a few seconds, shook his head and simply walked rather slowly towards you, holding the instrument on his hand and stuffing it away into his shirt.

“It’s not that though when you know how to read, the riddle that is. It describes the characteristics of monsters, which are engraved on the stone keys. The first one, is a Lion, the second one a Basilisk, the third one a dreaded Malboro, and the last one, the dangerous Tonberry, all you do is put the stones in that order and the door opens” He explained rather easily, the man had obviously passed through the front.

“As to how I made it past the fiends...well, I had a team with me, bodyguards if you may, they stayed behind fighting some monsters...I guess they eventually turned into those fiends you mention, shame, they were not bad as bodyguards” He said that calmly, as if he cared not for the lost lives that were supposed to be his guards.

“As for the sphere you are looking, I saw one over there, that artifact is really none of my interest” He pointed towards a corner of the shrine, a bunch of objects where stuffed there, golden coins, crowns, daggers and, between them all, you could see the artifact you had been looking for: The Martial Artist Sphere.

“Now, mon amie, I shall take my exit and wish you a good morrow” The man bowed, and for the second time, he turned and started walking away from the hidden shrine.

- Let him leave: End thread, rewards given.
- Stop him: Interrogate him, fight him?
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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Mon Nov 25, 2013 8:40 pm

Matt listened calmly to his explanation, though he wasn't one-hundred percent sure he liked the idea of a picture-riddle-reading puzzle. It was too complicated. Too... bothersome, really. Still, he was glad to at least know the answer, in case he ever came across this same puzzle somewhere else. ( He doubted he would, but hey, who knew? )

The man pointed him in the right direction - and he spotted it. And despite his misgivings, it looked promising. He'd need to Junction it to figure out the memories within, but it definitely appeared to be a memory sphere.

"Thank you." He replied, with a little nod.

He didn't know what the other man came for - well, unless he'd come for that instrument. He quirked a brow, though, as the man started away again... "Well, good luck. The jungle at night isn't friendly." He added, before heading into the 'treasure' room. First and foremost, he grabbed the Sphere, holding it tightly in one hand. He carefully slipped it into one of the hidden pockets inside his coat - careful to keep his senses conscious to the environment around him. With the weird feelings in his muscles, he felt he needed to pay closer attention to everything else.

Then... well, he tilted his head. He had no need for the armor, adornments, or the weapons...

But the gold? Anyone could use that - it could transfer to Gil easily enough. Either way - once he filled his pockets, he headed back, to take his leave.

( Choose to take the sphere and the gold if possible. Muahahathievery.

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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Wed Nov 27, 2013 2:00 am




Current Event:Fallen Shrine
Current BGM:
[b]
The reaction from your comment was rather...calm. His head turned and you could see the corner of his lips twirling upwards, giving off a cocky smirk, his eyes glowed in the darkness as he journeyed through the tunnel that lead towards the room, and, as quick as you had met him, he disappeared. He had gotten whatever it was he had come to get and he was now on his way. Your journey had ended and your rewards were now in your possession, what you did next was entirely up to you, but at least this was done, the sphere you had come to look for had been found.

Thread End.
Rewards:
- Martial Artist Sphere
- 500 Experience
- 100 Gold Pieces, (1,000 Gil)

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::=:: HP 1,825  ::=:: Strength: 1600 (+800 Weapon Damage) ::=:: MP 1,250 ::=:: Defense: 500 ::=:: Magic 500  ::=:: Speed:900 ::=:: Magic Defense 800 (+200 Magic Defense)
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PostSubject: Re: Fallen Shrine [ DM Quest - Leon ]   Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:01 am

Thread Complete

Total WC: 2956
Reward EXP: 700
Reward Gil: 1000
Bonus: +1 Potion
Bonus: Acquired Martial Artist Sphere
Bonus: Completed 1 DM mission for LP escalation.

Total EXP: 995.6

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