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“But I didn’t expect that there will be two El Sheep.” (Dan)
Dan murmured with a tired voice.
Right now we’re putting the El Sheep inside the carriage.
Dungeon monsters will disappear if you kill them, leaving drop items, but other than that, ordinary monsters will not disappear even if you kill them. Therefore, dismantling is indispensable after defeating a monster. Well, of course, there’s more to it.
Normally, it is common to dismantle and only bring back the useful parts, then burn or bury the rest. However El Sheeps are different, the whole body is useful in various ways. The meat is edible. The intestines are used for packaging. Some internal organs are also edible. The skin is used for leather. The wool can be used for textiles and strings. Pretty much all of it is usable, so we take it back as it is.
But we don’t have a way to take them home. We can’t carry it, so we’re going to sell it to the merchants here.
Then there’s dismantling…
I am someone who has never dressed/dismantled any animal since the day I was born. And I don’t know how to dismantle it because I’ve only fought in dungeons up until now. To be honest, I don’t want to see it, but… I afford to do that. It is an indispensable skill if I am going to be an adventurer from now on.
Besides, Dan says that adventurers who can’t dismantle or don’t know the common sense outside of dungeons dungeon are looked down on and/or ridiculed. They aren’t considered proper adults because they don’t have essential skills
I don’t know how, but it seems that I will really need to learn how to dismantle prey.
“Hey, the magic you used was amazing!” (Mel)
Mel talked to me after we finished carrying the El Sheeps inside the carriage and we all had settled down.
This girl is so energetic, or rather, so vigorous, that I almost took a step back.
“Is that so? I didn’t know about it myself.”
I will return a generic safe reply for the time being.
Oh, did I do something? I don’t understand what happened, and I don’t really understand why because I’ve never done it before.
I haven’t seen anyone else using magic yet. It is difficult to judge how much different I am because there is no one I can use as a standard.
“Oh, I think it’s amazing. I was sure [Light Magic] has the weakest offense. I never thought the power of [Light Ball] is this great enough. I was so surprised because I didn’t think that I would blow away an El Sheep with a single attack.” (Mel)
After saying that, Dan added, “Well, I’m not that familiar with it either.”
I feel a little safer when I hear him say that.
Perhaps the power of the [Light Ball] was high because my INT from being a [Quarter Angel] was high. Another thing is that the [Light Ball] was a size larger than usual, probably because it consumed a lot more mana. Is that the reason?
In my initial state, my INT was about twice as high as ordinary humans, but how much of an advantage does it give? And what happens as the INT level goes up? And how different is it compared to other people? There are many things I want to know.
After all, if I had the ability to see the status of both myself and others, I thought that it would be a tremendous advantage.
A few hours later, when the sun was beginning to tilt and the sky was tinted red, we finally reached the town of Rankfurt.
We took our time because we were attacked by El Sheeps and subsequently loaded the bodies, but it seems that we arrived earlier than expected.
As I approached the town, I found that it was much larger than the southern village.
The town is surrounded by a wall that is likely to be four meters high\ and although the upper part of the wall is made of wood, the lower part is made of solid stone and it seems to be sturdy.
In terms of length, I don’t know from here, but I can see that it is at least several times larger than the southern village. And near the wall was something like a field.
The field here is outside the wall, but while I was wondering if it was okay for crime prevention, a carriage passed through the gate and entered the town.
A soldier stood in front of the gate, but there was no particular action asking permission to check the entrance and exit. It’s the same as the southern village, and it seems that you can come and go freely. I thought it might be difficult to check the entrance and exit in a big town, but it doesn’t seem to be the case.
Following the carriage into the town.
The main street leading from the gate is firmly paved with cobblestones, and shops are lined up on the left and right. When I looked into the alley in the gaps between buildings, I saw buildings that looked like private houses lined up.
The appearance of the building is almost the same as that of the southern village. After all, there is no glass window, and the window is a wooden window.
Even so, considering the size of the town, I feel that there is little traffic. Is it because the sun is already setting?
“It was quite troublesome. I’ve included the reward and the purchase price of the El Sheeps. There were various things that happened this time, but I’m glad it was safe. Don’t ask again next time.” (Gilm)
After saying that, Gilm-san handed the bag to Dan.
“Yes, I’ll take your request again next time.” (Dan)
“Uncle Gilm, I’ll stop by the store again.” (Mel)
When Dan and Mel this, the two merchants rode the horse-drawn carriage and headed north on the main street.
I also bow my head and said goodbye.
“Well, it is getting late. If we don’t do it early, we might find any vacant rooms in the inn. For the time being, we will disband here today. Tomorrow we will guide Rook around town, so we will meet at the usual inn in the morning. I’ll do the distribution of rewards at that time. Then Mel goes home early. Your dad is probably worried.” (Dan)
Dan said this, and Mel ran, waving, “Yeah, okay. See you!”
“We’re in a hurry. But I know a good inn, so Rook should stay there today.” (Dan)
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