All-rounder Healer Chapter 158: A Reflection on Heal

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 I returned to my room, sat down on my bed, and read the grimoire I had taken out of my backpack.


 I flipped through the pages and finished reading it all, and as usual, the grimoire was swallowed by the flames and disappeared.


 The knowledge of the [Heal] spell remained in my mind.



“As always, it’s quite strange.” (Rook)



 I mutter as I pull out Shion from my hood. Then I put him on my bed, and think about [Heal] while Shion squirms and clings to my hand or nibbles cutely on a finger.


 The reason why I bought this grimoire of [Heal]. It’s simply for camouflage. I’ve been using [Holy Light] to heal even the smallest wounds, but the more I use it in public, the more likely I am to be found out, so I wanted to switch to a more common recovery spell if possible.


 In the past, Mr. Hans told me in the Southern Village that weak recovery magic can’t heal big wounds, so this [Heal], which is the lowest level of recovery magic, might not be able to do much. Even so, I can now proudly call myself a healer without having to use [Holy Light].


 It was hard for me to call myself a healer openly until now.


 I didn’t want to use [Holy Light] as much as possible because I wanted to reduce the risk. However, if I call myself a healer, I will be required to use recovery magic. But the only recovery magic I could use was [Holy Light]. As a result, I’ve come this far without calling myself a healer.



“No, wait …” (Rook)



 Can I really call myself a healer?


 Can a person who can only use [Heal] call himself a healer?


 Isn’t there a possibility that even at level three of English proficiency, it does not assure that you can speak English fluently?


 I’m sure the next recovery spell after [Heal] is [Large Heal], but I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a tendency for people to say, “At least use Large Heal before calling yourself a healer.”


 If that’s the case, it’s probably best not to call myself a healer too easily.



 …Before that, there is something even more important.


 Grandma Ulke said, “You know, the church buys up all the recovery magic grimoires, so they don’t appear on the market very often.” I’m still not sure what form religion takes in this world, but I think it’s possible that the church is trying to monopolize the use of recovery magic.


 Whether or not they’re succeeding is another matter.


 In fact, I think Dan said that there are usually healers in high-rank parties.


 Well, I’ll think about this later.



“Light healing [Heal].” (Rook)



 I finished my long thinking time and used Heal with a short chant.


 The magic power that was located near the Tanden area moved in a circle and gathered in my right hand, and was released from my hand that was brushing Shion



“Kyukyu?” (Shion)


“It’s fine. It’s just recovery magic.” (Rook)



 A pale ball of light popped out of my palm and was absorbed by Shion.


 It’s not quite the same as [Holy Light], after all. If it were any other recovery magic, the effects would probably be a little different. If you don’t know much about it, chances are someone who sees [Holy Light] will think it’s a high-ranked recovery spell, but if someone who knows more about it sees it, the difference might be obvious.


 Thinking about this, I try to use it again.



“Light healing [Heal].” (Rook)



 The next step was to start with my left hand.


 If I don’t consciously think about it, magic comes out of the palm of my dominant hand or the weapon I hold with my dominant hand. This is the most natural way to do it, and it seems to be the way most people do it. But if I consciously tried to channel the magic to my left hand, I could do it from my left hand, but it was a little difficult.



“Light healing [Heal].” (Rook)



 Next, I tried to release it from my side, not from my right or left hand. But it didn’t work, and I couldn’t get it to work.



“Hmm…” (Rook)



 I thought it would be useful if I could heal wounds on my flank without using both hands and devoting my attention elsewhere during battle, but it seems to be difficult.



 This will be an assignment for the future, I guess.



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