Updated: Jun 4, 2021
A Revived Adventurer’s Quest Completion Guide - With Skill Points Only I Receive, I Become Stronger Than Everyone Else
Written by: By Hagiu Aki
Translated by: ChonkyTranslator
作者: 萩鵜アキ (ハギウ・アキ)
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Chapter 7: Inventory and Rewards
The next morning, Yuto woke up and glazed over his [STATUS] and tilted his head to one side.
Yuto: “Weird, my Skill Point isn’t going up as much.”
When he previously cleared the Daily Quest, he received 1 point for clearing each task.
And yesterday, he cleared 5 tasks, but his points only went up by 2.
Yuto: “I wonder if Skill Points are similar to levels where as you level up, it becomes more difficult to increase? Or maybe there was a first time clearing bonus before?”
Both are possible.
He could check again periodically to confirm going forward, so for now, Yuto checks his quests.
Acquire a Magic Scroll (0/100)
Walk with Eyes Closed (0/100m)
Increase Level to 10 (8/10)
Acquire a new weapon
Yuto: “Whoa! There’s a lot!”
Yuto’s eyes brightened at the sight of the quests.
And these quests did not appear until Yuto cleared the Daily Quest yesterday.
Yuto: “Does that mean that depending on the number of quests I clear in the past, it can trigger new quests to appear?”
It’s highly likely that these quests appeared right after Yuto cleared the Daily Quest.
That meant that he shouldn’t just pick and choose the quests he only wanted to clear.
Yuto: “But… 100 magical scrolls? Really?”
Magical scrolls are a one-time use item.
If you open the scroll, you will unleash the spell sealed inside.
The price is 100 gard per scroll.
To someone as poor as Yuto, that is a pricey artifact to purchase.
And worst of all, Yuto loses TWO MEALS worth of money with every scroll use.
He couldn’t possibly imagine wanting to invest in scrolls any time soon.
Yuto: “It’s not that I can’t afford it with some effort, but…. I really don’t want to.”
With the reward from the Goblin Slaying Quest and dipping into Yuto’s savings, he could purchase 100 of the cheapest scrolls.
But clearing such a quest will not return the money invested.
Yuto: “Hmmm… maybe I’ll hold off on this one for just a bit. The Chain Quest looks like a continuation of the Swordsmanship Quest. Purchase a sword, huh? I definitely don’t have enough for that.”
Yuto’s adored longsword cost 100,000 gards.
Purchasing another sword will take at least the same amount.
And even if he manages to save up 100,000 gards, Yuto will only be purchasing the same exact weapon as he has now.
Yuto cannot find a single fault with the weapon he has today.
The core of the blade is not bent, and the edge is not significantly chipped anywhere.
It would be another story purchasing a higher-grade weapon, but there’s no reason why he should waste a fortune for the same rank.
Yuto: “Man… this has to be put on hold too…”
He could reach level 10 by clearing the quests.
Just to see, Yuto began clearing the Daily Quest tasks this morning.
He completed the sit-ups, back-lifts, push-ups, squats, and running, and Yuto checked his Status Screen.
Yuto: “Ugh, just shy of Level 10. And the Skill Point rewards have really diminished. I guess it’s true that the more points you gain, the harder it is to gain further points.
Possibly being the same as levels, Yuto guesses that there is some Quest Clear Point threshold that Yuto has to meet in order to receive 1 Skill Point.
And the amount of Clear Points Yuto has to accumulate per Skill Point probably gradually rises.
Yuto: “Okay. Then we’ll start clearing the easiest quests first.”
As he muttered to himself, Yuto decided to tackle the “walk 100 meters blind” challenge.
Yuto walks onto the main, central street and closes his eyes.
As soon as his eyes are closed, the noise of the streets rush to him, and the people walking this way and that start messing with his senses.
Yuto: “This… is actually pretty hard!”
Ever since becoming an adventurer, Yuto had some confidence that he trained and refined all 5 of his senses.
But in the middle of a crowded, noisy street, his senses that never reached a skill level had no use here.
Even so, Yuto walks slowly forward.
And gradually, very gradually, he starts sensing the presence of the people around him.
His toe bump into something.
“Hey man, watch where you’re going!!”
Yuto: “Oh! I—I’m really sorry! Excuse me, sir!”
Opening his eyes, he realizes that he ran into a food stand, and the owner was not happy.
He meant to walk straight but he somehow strayed to the side.
Yuto ran away from the stand as fast as possible.
Getting to a place that was some distance away, he closes his eyes again and begins walking again.
Though he did run into more food stands and got scolded each time, he managed to complete the 100m.
Yuto: “Alright, how’s that!”
Yuto returns to him room and immediately starts checking the Skill Board.
Then he saw...
Level: 9 →10
Skill Point：4 → 6
Physical Strength Lv 2
Agility Lv 0 NEW
Swordsmanship Lv 2
Presence Detection Lv 0 NEW
Yuto: “GOT A LEVEL UP AND SKILL———!!!!”
Yuto strikes a pose in excitement.
He immediately distributes points into the new skills.
>>Skill Point：6 → 0
>>Agility: Lv 0→ Lv 2
>>Presence Detection: Lv 0 → Lv 2
As soon as he finished, he immediately felt the difference.
Yuto: “Amazing... I can feel the world around me so clearly…”
This didn’t feel like the same world he was in a second ago.
He felt at least one, no at least two shades of clarity and experienced the world through a new lens.
If he focused, he could almost sense the fluttering of a bird’s wings from outside the window.
And moving around his body, he felt his nerves respond so much faster.
With only muscle training, there is a limit to how fast you can move, but with this, Yuto felt like he could easily exceed those limitations.
Yuto: “Man, Skills are so amazing…”
Moved by this realization, Yuto trembled with joy.
He realized this when he acquired his first skill, but the amount of potential a Skill adds to your abilities is exponential.
Yuto: “Oh yeah, wasn’t there a Reaching Level 10 Quest reward? I wonder what it is?”
The original quest disappeared from his screen. It looks like he cleared it properly.
Yuto: “Wait, so I only got the Level 10 status and a skill point? But wait, this is a Quest I clear by reaching level 10, so I guess my level won’t rise by clearing this quest?”
Yuto tilts his head and wonders.
Or… one of the new skills is a result of Yuto clearing the Level 10 Quest?
Yuto: “The closing my eyes and walking quest would most likely tie to the Presence Detection skill, so was it Agility?”
He was about to conclude so when he, without thinking, played around with the screen, and a never before seen screen appeared.
On the display, he saw squares fill the entire screen. The squares seem to follow a pattern continuing downwards and went pretty far down.
It was 5 squares across.
And… countless squares going down.
Yuto: “What is this? It’s the first time I’m seeing this but…”
He tries to move the squares with his fingers, but there are no instructions.
At the very top left corner, he seeks a sack icon displayed on top of one of the squares.
Yuto: “There’s no instruction or hints but… am I supposed to touch that icon?”
Yuto carefully presses on the icon.
A small window popped up.
[Level 10 Achievement Bonus Bag]
Would you like to withdraw from your inventory?