Very well. Now, before proceeding any further, I must needs gauge your innate aptitude for archery. To this end, I hereby assign you the following trial...
Slay the squirrels, ladybugs, and funguars that roam just beyond the city gates─three of each should suffice.
In so doing, you will prove your fitness to join the Archers' Guild.
Report back to me when the task is accomplished. I doubt that it will trouble you unduly.
Welcome back, Forename. It would seem you have successfully completed the trial.
You have proven yourself worthy of a place within these halls. It is with pleasure that I name you an archer of the guild.
As fellows of the path, let us together strive for greater mastery of our art.
Now, though you may be a member of the Archers' Guild, know that your seniors will not coddle you with personal attention. It is up to you to seek out the experiences you need to grow as an archer.
To this end, I present you with this hunting log. Written within are the names of such creatures as would provide a fitting challenge. Should you find yourself lacking direction, you would do well to refer to the log.
By way of a first step, I encourage you to practice proper technique. Loose arrow after arrow, paying close attention to form, until the movement becomes second nature.
When drawing your bowstring has become as natural to you as drawing breath, and the world seems clearer when viewed down the shaft of an arrow, return to me. Go well, my young apprentice.