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1Paving the Way (Job,Solo) Empty Paving the Way (Job,Solo) on 20/11/14, 03:38 pm

Vodarara

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Job:
Job Name: Making a Path
Job Rank: D
Job Location: Imuchakk
Job Rewards: 50 xp/3,000 Huang
Job Pre-Requisites: Clearing Snow
Job Overview: You did such a great job helping them clear out the snow, they want you to help make a path to the neighboring village. Go with the villagers and dress warmly as you help them shore up the passes so they can re-establish trade.

The villages of Imuchakk were its life blood, villages each had different resources be it grand wood or great fish or just the right conditions to provide some basic crop like things, snow lettuce maybe.

In this land you didn’t use normal roads due to the likelihood of possible snow fall or snow drift which could lead to the roads being consumed or covered by the snow, they required regular care and movement to keep in conditions that allowed people to pass through the pass.

The roads were always vulnerable as well due to most having to follow protected passes in the hills of ice, there was always a risk that you could have an avalanche as well as being careful to avoid any crevasses, Equipment was prepared and a group would move out together.

As a group it was the safest way, making a new path could easily cost lives should you take too many wrong steps.

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WC : 158

158/500



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2Paving the Way (Job,Solo) Empty Re: Paving the Way (Job,Solo) on 20/11/14, 03:52 pm

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The paths must be connected, trade must be resumed and the life blood of a tribal people must be revived.

Large beasts would make it easier to clear snow off a path pushing large front sledges to help drive off snow, in front people would move driving large stakes into the ice searching for holes that would be hidden beneath the snow the route would then be rerouted around those crevasses to allow for the road to be as safe as possible.

Stakes drove deep into the snow, as you took careful steps forwards hoping you wouldn’t just happen to end up with your foot in a crevasse which could lead you just plummeting into the abyss which could be deep below you.

It was important to rest regularly as the cold would numb your mind over time leading to small lapses in concentration any mistake would end your lives, even if you were near impervious to the cold like the Imuchakk, there hunger always rose so even they had to stop for something.

At least many of them had that trait which was somewhat of an advantage for when there was a full blooded human loitering around with a group.


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WC: 201
359/500


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3Paving the Way (Job,Solo) Empty Re: Paving the Way (Job,Solo) on 20/11/14, 04:05 pm

Vodarara

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The day moved on as the group pushed forward clearing the way as groups behind would help compress down the layers of ice, helping compact it down increasing its stability and effectiveness as well as keeping it tight and strong trying to bind it stronger so that direct sunlight would take longer to start to cause it to break down.

Mountain passes however would be far more dangerous to path than the Glaciers, mountain passes always had a risk of avalanche, you had to pick the right path too close to mountains would mean a great risk of a small avalanche blocking the pass, too far and snow drifts could easily swamp the path blocking it also.

The pass would soon be complete allowing villages that were not far from each other to be able to meet and flow among each other like the life blood of the rivers and of creatures, life would begin to flow once again.

The tribes would grow and spread once again with the hands of many being able to meet once again.

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WC: 178
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