"Goofy, Mithril's sword is a crispy one!
Today is Allen's day off. A long way from the city of Granville, he squeals with joy.
I received 20 gold coins the other day as a reward for keeping Mardagarche away from the city and for saving a father and son from the carriage. To this I added five gold coins from my savings and bought a mithril sword for 25 gold coins at a weapons store.
Since I'm only 9 years old, it's not that long. It was adjusted to a length between a shortsword and a dagger. So I was able to save a little money on a shortsword that cost 30 gold coins.
(Hmmm...the exoskeleton is quite hard, so it can be scratched but not pierced. Still, you can easily cut through the exoskeleton in your armor.
Trying out the Mithril sword in hard armor ants to see the difference between it and the dagger with 50 pieces of silver given by Dogora.
(Now we can collect the magic stone.)
You can retrieve the magical stones that you could not cut out when you got the armor ants before.
Climb on top of a three-meter high ant in armor.
(They're still big.)
Watching the armor ants, I've wondered for years. The first time I wondered about them was when I was six years old .
The two-meter-long Albaheron, so big you'd think it was a pterosaur, was a lowly D-ranked magical beast, despite its appearance.
After that, the question still arises.
The three-meter-tall Great Boar would hunt it for ten years and deal a fatal blow to Rodin, who had risen to a much higher level.
The question becomes even greater when you come to the city of Granville.
The muscle-bound, rabid goblin is a D-ranked hexenbiest. A six-foot-tall ant in armor that can't take half-hearted attacks is a C-ranked hexenbiest. Orcs are also 2.5 meters tall and have weapons.
The B-ranked Madhagarsh is a powerful beast that knights and adventurers alike have trouble with. No wonder there are 200 gold coins if you can defeat them.
I don't know, I can't put it into words. I've only seen demonic beasts in this other world, but they are a lot stronger than I thought, or so I think.
I'm attacked by the sensation of trying to force into words what cannot be put into words.
Oops. There's something I really needed to examine today. (After all, I've been chased by Murder Garsh and I just realized something.
I'm thinking of holding back today's hunt because there are things that need to be verified. After being hounded for three days and three nights by the Murder Garsh, I found something I wanted to verify.
Allen looks up at the sky. Several summons of the bird E are flying overhead as they spin. I've been telling them to let you know when they spot a magical beast or adventurer, but I'm also telling them to tell you to tell you as soon as they spot Murder Garsh. I don't know where Mardagarsh has gone from the foot of the white dragon. It may attack again when it is hunting.
Maedergarsh does not attack villages and towns. I've only heard from Raven and the monster beasts that appear on the field, such as the city streets. When I heard this, I thought it was something like a normal boss that appears out of nowhere in a game where there are only weak enemies.
Regular bosses in games I played in a previous life are bosses that are scattered across the field, independent of events or storylines. They appear again after you defeat them. They were born from the playfulness of the creation staff, who suddenly appeared where there were only weak enemies and defeated the player who had not yet grown up.
Allen sees a bird E summoning a flying bird in the sky.
(Hawks, two of them come down. (Hawk and his friends, two of them come down, one of them goes about five minutes away and then comes back here.
The two birds E summons come down. Allen puts one of the two summons back on the card and grabs it. One of the Hawks is instructed to leave the sky above Allen and fly somewhere else.
Allen begins to experiment.
(Hawk, watching this.)
In front of the summoner of the bird E summons not put back on the card, take the burlap bag out of storage and show that there is nothing in the bag. Then take a Mormo nut out of storage and put it in the burlap bag.
Place the burlap bag on the ground and place the mammo berries, dried meat, and dried sweet potatoes in front of the burlap bag.
(Now, Hawk, can you guess which one is in the burlap bag? (Picking at the beak)
Then the summoner of the bird E, who was watching the Mormo nuts being put in front of him, easily chooses the Mormo nuts.
(Okay, you got it.) Now, Hawk, come on out. I want you to guess which one's in this jute bag. Don't take a guess. Don't pick if you don't know.
Summon the summoner of bird E that was in the card when you put the mammo seed in the jute bag. Let the summoner guess what is in the jute bag.
Then the summoner of the card bird E does not see the bird in the sack, but it can easily pick the fruit with its beak.
(You know after all.)
The results of the verification are as Allen expected so far.
In the meantime, the summoner of bird E, which I had let go far away for five minutes, comes back to Allen.
Lower the summoned beast of bird E down to the ground, which had gone far away. Have him guess what's in the burlap bag as well.
(Try to guess which of these three is in the bag. (Shake your head if you don't know.)
Then the summoner of the bird E, who had gone far away, shook his head. He doesn't understand.
Okay, okay, I don't get it. Now with the generation.
Use a magic stone to generate and summon a bird E summoner. Raise its intelligence by reinforcing it to understand the story and make it guess what's in the burlap bag as well.
Then you can easily select the Mormo berries.
(After all, do you know what's in the newly generated summoner too? Then pop out next.)
Summon a bird F summoner. Increase intelligence with reinforcement and make them guess what's in it as well.
Shake your head differently from the newly generated bird E as well. He doesn't seem to understand.
(You still don't get it, do you? So being chased by Murdergarsh was worth it, too.
Allen didn't have time to sleep and continued to be pursued. He used the special skill of Bird E's summoner, hawk's eye, to capture Murdergarsh's position as he went about his activities. As if the Murdergarsh had intelligence, it began to approach the summoned beast of Bird E to return to Allen.
Madhagarsh, the ogre in the game of tag, was vindictive and focused on finding Allen at all costs.
So, in a desperate measure, he decided not to return to Allen even if the summoned beast of Bird E found Madhagarsh. I had the newly-created summoner of Bird E confirm the location of Murdergarsh, and I noticed that it didn't hesitate to fly away as if it knew the location. The game of tag with his life on the line brought more than just gold in return.
To his surprise, Allen now asks himself how the knowledge and information of summonses are connected. I felt the need to examine how the knowledge and information of the summons were connected.
(Now, let's go through the experiments we just did.)
I showed a bird E summoner how to put mammo berries in a jute bag. The other summons show us the conditions under which we can and cannot know that the mammo berries are in the jute bag.
Conditions for understanding Mormo Seeds
Summoned the bird E summons, which became a card
The newly generated bird E summons
Mormo berries unsure condition
The bird E summoned beast that is not a card
Newly generated bird F summons
(Isn't that how it works?)
All information experienced by the summoner is synchronized and updated when it is generated.
The information will be synchronized and updated only for the same summons
(This would be more useful if there was no 50-meter rule)
The 50-meter rule
Can be summoned and carded within 50 meters from Allen
Specialties instructions also within 50 meters from Allen
Watching the bird E summons waiting for Allen's instructions.
(You summons are always growing, aren't you? (You are a being that walks with the summoner and continues to grow by storing all of his information.
Summons have an ego and their knowledge is constantly being updated. As long as there is a summoner, it is a summoner that transcends even death and grows.