Ars was uneasy with the amount of questions being thrown his way by the priestess, but did his best to politely answer them. "The guild seems to be going well, but we don't have a name yet, no.
" He paused to think for a second. So, people just called them "that new guild"? By centaur, she probably meant the one from yesterday night. "I have seen the centaur, but we have not been introduced. There are a number of dangerous requests, but we are free to choose our assignments.
" He decided to refrain from saying he himself was just on his second assignment and both had been safe requests so far.
The way to the farm took a bit longer than he expected. "Take a look around and drive off any intruders, understood. Until we meet again.
" He immediately went to take a look around after Riñas left.
The field had a rabbit invasion. "Worst possible scenario...
" Ars muttered to himself, looking at the rabbits damaging the crops. He had no experience with dealing with pests. He was, after all, a sheltered rich boy, even if it pained him to admit it. First, to try and drive them away somehow. All animals feared fire, so maybe he could scare them away with a spell.
Ars raised his staff, holding it with both hands in front of him, focusing his magical powers on it. That was a simple spell, but he would need to focus on it nonetheless, fire in a farm would be dangerous. It didn't take a long until a small, fist sized blue fireball was dancing around atop his staff. "Hey, rabbits, leave these crops or I'll burn you.
" He shouted, more as a way to psych himself up than anything, before running into the places with the biggest concentration of rabbits and waving his staff with the fireball at them. He would, of course, not launch that fireball from his staff, nor was he planning on actually touching anything with it, but hopefully the fire would scare the animals away.@PaulHaynek