- Posting Speed
- One Post a Day, A Few Posts a Week, One Post a Week, Slow As Molasses
- Writing Levels
- Intermediate, Adept, Adaptable
- Genders You Prefer Playing
- Male, Female, Primarily Prefer Male
- Playing Style- Passive or Aggressive
- I can do both really, starting off I will likely be passive but as we go on and I get used to you and the RP I can get more aggressive.
- Favorite Genres
- Yaoi, Yaoi, yaoi annnnnnd yaoi. Prefer crime, romance, modern, fantasy, si fi, fandoms.
- Genre You DON'T Like
- Yuri, futa fandoms of TV shows
Ken let the other take the job request, for he had no need of the sheet. As he waited for everyone to come to their decision he stood there with his arms crossed as he silently looked out at this group. Honestly, he was a bit annoyed by the fact more than one person was supposedly going to join him, however, he didn't tell any of them they couldn't come with. Namely due to the fact he was slightly, curious as to what the people before him were capable of, or how they were like in a setting that wasn't there first meeting. Would they prove to be useful? Or just get in the way? Will the job only confirm his current beliefs on doing jobs with others? Who knows, but for now, he was willing to try to do a job with a group, something he never even considered doing before. "Dont count on it." He stated simply, his eyes now going to his nails when Pompey said she would win him over and he may change his 'bitter' attitude. While he was more than capable of going on and on, about how small of a chance Pompey had to win him/become friends with him, he chose not to. There was no point in starting a petty argument, at least....not right now~ Besides, she had already left and moved to the bar to go get drunk.
When DJ spoke about doing his best not to screw up, Ken only gave a small nod to show he heard him. However when the other went to the bar to get a drink, and offered to buy a round for all of them, he merely rolled his eyes. "Not interested." He grumbled in reference to having a drink. Ken had yet to get a drink of any kind of alcohol since he got here, and showed no intention of having some. "We st-" As he was about to inform the others that not everything was done, his attention was brought to Viera.
He remained where he was as he listened to the girl speak, no words left him while he tilted his head to the side. "...…..I'll think about it." He stated simply as he lightly shrugged. The offer, wasn't a bad one, after all he did want to do some preparations for the job as well, namely with transportation and figuring out how much money he would have to spend on the trip there and back. While he admittedly wasn't interested in an apartment, he knew he should really take a look around the town and get to know his new...…..well...…..his new home.
Before he could come to a decision on the matter, he turned his gaze to the guildmaster that was now approaching them. Upon hearing the man say that he hadn't been part of a wizard's guild before a great deal of relief filled him. This meant he didn't have to out right lie on his first day, rather he can just fail to mention his past, which worked just fine for him. After all, he had no clue how this guild would take to having an ex dark mage in their ranks...so it was best to keep it to himself. Though it would be quite the grind to get back to his pervious ranking, but....he was ready for it. This was the price he had to pay for a new life, then he would pay it without complaint.
As the guild master patted Ken's back, the younger male moved away from him a bit, not so much as to be rude, but enough to reduce the contact. "I already have my eyes on a place, but ya, thanks for the offer." He mumbled his eyes moving to the side at the mention of the train station and his sand magic. "Ah that, they were just annoying pests in my way, dont think much of it." He simply said waving off the compliment. "What you saw at the station is nothing compared to what I can do, something you'll see when I can show it."
After saying this he moved away from the guildmaster and toward the bar, once he was behind the two drinking he stopped. "I say we take four days to get ready, and we will meet up here at noon. Anyone not here at this time gets ditched." Without waiting for a response from them he moved over to Viera. "If you are leaving now I'll take you up on your offer, since I have to check a place out and make sure my things have been moved there. As well as check out and see how many ways we can get to our job, or at the very least see how much a round trip for four people costs at the station. That being said, if you aren't leaving now or at the very least soon, then forget it." He stated ever so simply, his hands in his pocket as he waited for a response from her.