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PostSubject: Diving for the guild   Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:11 pm

Sapphire made her way through the port, a place she frequented often seeing as she was a fisher and all she was no stranger to it. Plus she came to Dawnn here. She smiled as she reminisced about the day she ventured here. But she quickly snapped out of her fantasy. She had a task at hand, she needed to FOCUS!

Sapphire made her to the half sunken boat. And saw the owner was there waiting. "Don't worry sir I will salvage what I can" said Sapphire with a smile.

"yeah yeah, just hurry it up" said the owner impatiently. He didn't want his stuff to be too damaged by the salt water. But he was thankful the help despite not showing it.

"I'll go as fast as I can" said Sapphire. She removed her dress and was now in her bikini that she usually wore underneath for when she had to fish or go into the water. She didn't like getting her dress wet with ocean water as the salt ruined them. So she handed her dress for him to hold. "Hold this please".

Sapphire dived into the cold salty ocean blue and started to dive.

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PostSubject: Re: Diving for the guild   Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:08 pm

Sapphire swam down deeper and deeper towards the bottom she could make out the wreck from here. She wondered what happened to the boat, but figured it was none of her business. From what she could assume it was either a bad storm or a pokemon attack that sunk the vessel.

Sapphire cautiously made her way inside of the remains. There was no telling what pokemon were hiding in the "carcass" of the ship. She looked around for valuables and managed to find a necklace hanging from a loose timber. Well that was easy enough, a bit too easy though. But then again most people could not really breathe underwater and this was a bit too deep for a normal person to effectively salvage.

Sapphire swam back up to the surface with the necklace tightly in hand. She didn't want to lose it. "Here, found something" she said placing it onto the piece of pier near the ship owners feet. She dived back down.


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PostSubject: Re: Diving for the guild   Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:25 am

Sapphire swam down, down, down until she reached the wreck.....again.
Sapphire carefully avoided a sleeping slowpoke not that she really cared if she disturbed it but well she wanted to let the poor dear sleep. It was probably not alone in turning this wreckage into her home. At least there was no Tentacruel she could see, though having a torpedo would be nice.
Sapphire squeezed through a tight passage and found some "treasure". A ring of keys that had already began to rust and be worn by the water, or perhaps they were like that before they were submerged. She also saw an ornate clothing trunk seemed intact and the contents were probably dry. Carefully she pulled on it to free it from under some wood. It was kinda heavy, thank god she did not have to worry about drowning. She put the keyring in her mouth and swam up with the clothing trunk, it weighing her down the swim was fairly exhausting.

"H...Here it is heavy careful" said Sapphire carefully pushing the trunk over to the man. "Might need some rope or something".

"ah yes yes, here tie this on" said the man throwing down a rope end.

Sapphire complied and tied it up. She pushed while he pulled and together they got his clothing trunk up.

"Barrels and crates of clothes should be down there. Get what you can".

Sapphire nodded.
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PostSubject: Re: Diving for the guild   Thu Feb 16, 2012 1:05 am

"Crates and barrels you had to be kidding her, it would take all and a lot of work to clear this merchant vessel. ".

Sapphire sighed and returned to the vessel. Searching for some cargo to salvage again. She was a fisher not a salvager or a dredger. But still the guild was counting on her so she needed to get this cargo up, but how? There had to be an easier way, maybe something on the ship would help. Sapphire darted around the wreckage. Searching for rope or like a net or something. Luckily there was a spare main sale rope, that should be long enough to reach the surface. Just in case she tied some extra rope to it. Once she was finished tying the rope she swam up to the surface again. "Here this rope goes all the way down to the bottom, if you get a crane or some workers or something then you can pull up your cargo. So there is that to consider. "We can do it one at a time but we both might get tired". Sapphire secured the rope to the pier within reach of the man so when the time came he could untie it.

The patron agreed that it would be best to find something to help.
"Alright I will be back with some of my workers to help pull things up. See if you can get more of these going".

Sapphire nodded and went over to the still out of the water part of the boat and carefully climbed into that wreck. She gathered all the rope she could from there and made another makeshift lines.

In total there was now three lines for gathering crates and barrels.
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PostSubject: Re: Diving for the guild   Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:07 am

Sapphire returned under the water and to the wreckage of the merchant vessel. Finding crates and barrels Sapphire dragged them to the main deck where she had the ropes, or well what was left of it anyway. Some were too heavy to move such as a crate full of iron bars or really any crate or container of metal bars of any kind.
Sapphire tied the crates and barrels she could move to the line and gave them a rough double tug when they were ready to go up.
It was a long and boring process but it had to be done or this guys cargo would rot or rust further.

It was hard work but Sapphire managed to find and bring up a good amount of crates of goods and barrels of goods. Whether the contents were ruined or not she couldn't tell and frankly it was not her problem to be honest.
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PostSubject: Re: Diving for the guild   Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:15 am

Sapphire was glad she finished moving what she deemed an acceptable amount of crates and barrels of supplies back to the owner who was waiting on the surface. She searched the wreck for more objects of value to bring up. Such as non ruined goods that had fallen out of broken containers. Most notably a set of porcelain that while part of the set were damaged the pieces that had survived the crash and roughness of the waters were quite remarkable.

Sapphire squeezed into what she assumed was crew quarters of some form. Might be some highly personal objects she could restore to the proper owners. Sapphire peeked through chests, trunks, wardrobes and closets not really finding much that wasn't ruined by the water or damaged from the crash itself. Once this was cleared she deemed her work was done, as she had helped this man recover a lot from this wreck. Hopefully he would be pleased and she would be rewarded for her mission. Sapphire swam back up to the surface exhausted.

"I think that this is the most you are going to get out of this wreck" said Sapphire quite honestly.

"Thank you for you help miss" replied the gentleman.

(OOC So umm what now? I am done here?)

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