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Otoko Senju
Otoko Senju
Stat Page : The Cowboy
Mission Record : Missions
Weaponry Fuuinjutsu Ninjutsu Default
Earth Water Default
Clan Specialty : Ninjutsu
Village : Hoshigakure
Ryo : 3870

Akihana's Helpers Empty Akihana's Helpers

Tue Apr 25, 2023 10:38 pm
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Otoko woke up early in the morning, feeling excited about the task ahead of him. He had been hired to distribute treats to the children of Hoshigakure in honor of the late Queen Akihana Akari. Otoko was proud to be part of this tradition that had been upheld by the palace for many years and was now a part of the city's culture. He quickly got out of bed, took a quick shower, and got dressed in his shinobi attire. He put on his hat, strapped his kunai and shuriken pouches to his waist, and grabbed his backpack. He had a long day ahead of him, and he needed to be prepared for anything. But first he had to prepare himself a cup of coffee, he was going to need it if he wanted to ensure all of his deliveries were on time today. As he made his way through the bustling streets of Hoshigakure, he couldn't help but feel a sense of excitement in the air. The city was alive with the sounds of music, laughter, and the smell of freshly baked goods. The various restaurants and kitchens had been working hard to produce enough treats to distribute to the children, and the results were truly impressive.

Otoko made his way to the first bakery on his list, where he was greeted by the owner, a friendly elderly woman named Mrs. Takahashi. She had been making baked goods for the children of Hoshigakure for many years and was thrilled to be a part of the festival. "Good morning, Otoko," she said with a smile. "I have your first batch of treats ready for you. They're freshly baked and still warm from the oven." Otoko smiled back at her and took the tray of treats from her hands. He carefully placed them in his backpack and thanked her for her hard work. He made his way through the city, stopping at each bakery and restaurant to collect the treats. The owners were all eager to be a part of the festival and had put a lot of effort into making their baked goods as delicious as possible. As he made his way through the city, Otoko couldn't help but notice the joy on the children's faces as they received their treats. They were all so excited to be a part of the festival and to receive a delicious treat from the various kitchens of Hoshigakure. One little girl even hugged Otoko, thanking him for bringing her a special treat. Otoko couldn't help but smile and feel a sense of pride at being a part of something so special.

As the day went on, Otoko found himself getting more and more tired. His backpack was heavy with all the treats he had collected, and he had been walking for hours. But he didn't let his fatigue get in the way of his mission. He knew how important it was to keep the tradition of Queen Akihana alive and to bring joy to the children of Hoshigakure. Finally, as the sun began to set, Otoko made his way to the last stop on his list. It was the palace kitchen, where Queen Akihana herself had once made her famous baked goods for the children of Hoshigakure.
The palace kitchen had been closed to the public for many years, but for this festival, it had been opened up once again to honor the late queen. As Otoko made his way through the grand halls of the palace, he couldn't help but feel a sense of awe. The palace was truly a magnificent place, and he felt honored to be able to walk its halls.

Finally, he arrived at the kitchen, where he was greeted by the head chef. The chef had been a personal friend of Queen Akihana and had worked alongside her for many years. "Otoko, it's good to see you," the chef said with a smile. "The queen would be proud to see how her tradition has been carried on by the people of Hoshigakure." Otoko nodded in agreement and handed over his backpack. The head chef carefully inspected the treats and smiled in approval.
"These are perfect," he said. "The queen would have been pleased." Otoko thanked the head chef and made his way out of the palace, his mission complete. He felt a sense of accomplishment as he walked back through the city, knowing that he had helped bring joy to the children of Hoshigakure.

As he passed by groups of children enjoying their treats, he couldn't help but feel a sense of pride. This festival had brought the people of Hoshigakure together, and it was all in honor of a remarkable woman who had once ruled their city with grace and kindness. As he reached the end of his journey, Otoko was greeted by the mayor of Hoshigakure, who thanked him for his hard work and dedication. "Otoko, you have done a great service for our city today," the mayor said. "The festival was a huge success, and it is all thanks to the hard work of you and the many others who participated." Otoko bowed respectfully to the mayor and thanked him for his kind words. He knew that the festival had been a team effort and that he was just one small part of a much larger whole. As he made his way home, Otoko couldn't help but feel a sense of satisfaction. He had done his part to honor the memory of Queen Akihana Akari and to bring joy to the children of Hoshigakure. He knew that this festival would continue for many years to come, and he felt proud to be a part of something so special. He knew that Queen Akihana's legacy would live on through the people of Hoshigakure and the tradition that she had started so many years ago. In the end, Otoko knew that he had done something truly meaningful with his day, and he felt grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a wonderful tradition.

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Ayato Hyuuga
Ayato Hyuuga
Stat Page : Ayato

Mission Record : Link
Summoning Contract : Forest of Dreams Ravens

Living Clones : Natsuki
Familiar : Maneki
Legendary Equipment : Raiment of Eternal Fortune
Stone of Gelel
Remove Taijutsu Remove Sensory Space Time Default
Earth Water Lightning Remove Default
Clan Specialty : Taijutsu
Village : Hoshigakure
Ryo : 435700

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