Updated: Jun 18, 2021
Chapter 3: A New Quest Appears
A certain Adventurers group walking through the Labyrinth City of Kronos, saw something stampede by.
“Was that Yuto?” “Oh yeah, that was.”
“The heck is he doing…?”
All the adventurers know the man named Yuto.
He’s a perpetual E-Rank, and never grows or improves.
He’s been an adventurer forever, but he can only work as a luggage carrier, and for those with less tact call him this:
Trash Picker or Weak Sauce.
Even so, most of the adventurers respected Yuto, and that’s because Yuto managed to survive until now.
All adventurers are short lived. The number of adventurers dying within their first year continues to grow.
And in such a brutal climate, Yuto managed to survive for 10 years.
And that’s in light of being the weakest in the group.
For any adventurer who got a taste of a dungeon, everyone will admit that this is an amazing fact.
“Hey, Trash Picker!”
“Weak Sauce, you’re energetic today!”
Yuto: “Oh, hello everyone.”
Yuto ran in place as he politely bowed to the adventurers he passed by.
Although he was turning 18, Yuto’s body was still small in comparison.
At a glance, he just looks like a kid.
Even so, Yuto held his chin high and walked with confidence.
Yes, people call him “Trash Picker” and “Weak Sauce,” but he did not let that twist his mood one bit.
That’s because in the world of rough adventurers, they called Yuto these things out of comradery.
In fact, many adventurers have explored the dungeons with Yuto multiple times.
Taking away from that experience, none of them could truly despise him.
That’s because Yuto was a competent adventurer.
“Hey! When we open up that instant dungeon, could you carry our luggage for us?”
“We’ll pay you good!”
Yuto: “Thank you! Then, I will see you then!”
“See ya. Good luck with your training, Weak Sauce”
The adventurers parted ways with Yuto, but then noticed something.
Yuto’s running pace seemed to be faster than usual.
Strange, they thought as they watched him with their head tilted to one side.
Well, maybe he’s putting in extra effort today.
They don’t know why he’s so pumped, but there was no reason to think about this any further.
Yuto was staring intently at the Skill Board as he completed all his Daily Quests.
Level 2 → 4
Skill Point: 1 → 5
In one day, he leveled up 3 times. He almost wants to reflect on the 10 years of wasted effort, but he pushes the thought away. He shifted his perspective and thought maybe it’s because he worked so hard these 10 years, that it led up to this.
Yuto: “Yessssss… I’m so… so happy.”
Just looking at his improved status was enough to make Yuto feel complete.
It felt like spring arrived.
It felt too long before the ice melted.
Yuto found out 2 things about the Skill Board.
1. Completing quests gave him experience and skill points.
2. Once you earn enough experience, your level will move up one.
The total amount of experience is not displayed on the Skill Board.
So in this case, it’s only Yuto’s conjecture that it takes a certain amount for each level up.
And even more, you weren’t guaranteed a level-up with each quest. In this way, he started theorizing that quest completions were similar to monster hunting.
You don’t automatically level up after defeating a monster. Once you defeat enough, the amount of experience you accumulate in the process helps you move up a level.
But no matter how many monsters he defeated in the past, Yuto’s level never rose.
So for Yuto, clearing quests was the only source and sole method of raising his level.
Is the reason why Yuto couldn’t level up these past 10 years from defeating monsters due to this system prohibiting his progress and growth?
But even if that were true, Yuto had no intention of resenting the board.
His level did go up. He could only feel gratitude at this point.
If he could say something… he only wished that he could have unlocked this skill board much sooner.
Yuto: “But anyways, I wonder what this Skill Point is?”
As far as Skill Points go, for every quest he completed, he received 1 Skill Point. Currently, he has a total of 5 Skill Points.
But there is nowhere he can see where he could use these Skill Points.
Yuto: “Wait. Huh?”
Messing around with the board more, he returned once again to the Quest screen.
He suddenly saw something that wasn’t there a moment ago.
Wooden Sword Swing x 1000 (0/1000) NEW
A new quest appeared.
The reps required are 10 times the exercise regimen and is a high bar to clear.
But if it’s only 1000 times, Yuto has done this before numerous times.
Yuto: “YES! I can level up again with this!”
Yuto grabbed the old wooden sword laying against the wall and headed for his usual training ground.
A Revived Adventurer’s Quest Completion Guide - With Skill Points Only I Can Receive, I Become Stronger Than Anyone Else
Written by: Hagiu Aki
Translated by: ChonkyTranslator
作者: 萩鵜アキ (ハギウ・アキ)
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