Speechwriting [invite] Sept 17, 2017 13:14:11 GMT -5
Post by Vritra Nilakanta on Sept 17, 2017 13:14:11 GMT -5
It had not been terribly long since the previous guild master had passed on and Vritra had taken his place. He wasn't particularly close to the old man, and it wasn't like he'd been voted in unanimously. No, in Sabertooth strength was what was respected, and it was Vritra's overwhelming strength in comparison to most of the rest of the guild that made him the natural choice of successor. That being said, Vritra had enough of a sense of responsibility that he didn't feel entirely right just taking the position and then doing whatever he pleased. Eventually he would have to address and direct the guild--his guild.
And that likely meant a speech to address the guild as a whole. Sitting at the mahogany desk Vritra scratched the pen on paper before him. "Hello fellow members of Sabertooth, I am your new guild mas--" He scratched the line out. They already knew he was the new guild master, that was pointless. And that greeting was way too cheery, it didn't sound serious at all. Vritra repeated this process a few dozen times, until the paper had been filled with failed attempts at writing. Then he took the paper, crumpled it and tossed it into the wastebasket, filled with other similar scraps of discarded attempts.
Vritra would admit, he'd never really had a leadership position, and his only true experiences with that were his own master, the second bearer of the name Vritra Nilakanta, and the previous master of Sabertooth, and the previous master had been rather... loose? That probably wasn't the right term, but he'd more or less allowed the guild free reign in their pursuits. If anything it had made his orders that much more important, and Vritra wanted to follow in a similar style, but... Well he just didn't know how to talk to the guild.
Another paper filled with failed attempts, and as he sighed, and crumpled up the paper, he threw it towards the wastebasket again, not noticing that someone had entered the room, until the ball of paper had hit them. "Oh, I didn't see you there, Tya."