We had finished breakfast and were visiting Jorgen’s guild.
It seems to be Nina’s first visit to the guild, and she is scurrying around looking around.
By the way, I heard a story at breakfast that Nina is the first princess of Yuresh. So I guess such a place would be rare if you live in the world like that after all.
“Write this down, submit it, and we’ll get you registered.”
I got an application form from the receptionist and handed it to Nina while she was looking around the guild curiously.
Nina received the application form with two replies and began to write it on a nearby writing table.
“By the way, the name can be a pseudonym, just write it down properly. It’ll be a hassle if they find out who you are.”
“‘I see. By the way, is Ragnus registered with your name ‘Ragnus’?
“No, I think I’m registered under the name ‘Rox.'”
“Do you have an origin story?”
“I borrowed it from the author of a book I read when I was little.”
As I recall, his name was Rox Maverick.
“Oh, so that’s how it works. Then I’ll take this.”
As she said this, she listed the name “Earlv” on the registration form.
As I recall, it means “little spirit” in the ancient language.
“It’s a surprisingly cute taste.”
“Leave me alone!”
Nina turned a little red and took the form to the reception desk. I followed her.
I handed the form to the receptionist, and after a brief check, a pendant with a white rectangular plate was handed to Nina.
“It’s a guild plate. The color of it shows what rank you are, so make sure you keep it somewhere on your body.”
I said, showing her the yellow plate hanging at my waist.
By the way, white color represents G rank and yellow color represents F rank.
“You don’t have to wear this around your neck, do you?”
“They say you can put it where you can see it.”
Right? I asked the receptionist to agree, and she smiled and nodded, saying, “Yes, you’re right.”
So I cut the string off the pendant, take it off, put a short chain through the hole in the plate, and attach it to my pants belt loop.
“I’m glad to hear it. I’m just saying, you can’t wear this around your neck. ……”
“It’s really uncool.”
Nina was stumped, so I took over, and the receptionist giggled.
“Well, let’s go see what the quest is all about, shall we?”
I take Nina to the far end of the guild. I go to see the bulletin board where the quests are posted.
“Hmm, it’s that time of day, so no tasty quests.”
I took one look at the quest content and rewards and scratched my head, I knew it.
There are two types of quests: those called received order quests and those called maked order quests.
In the former, guilds go to get work from the country or merchants, and the difficulty varies greatly, but the rewards are usually commensurate with the difficulty.
The latter, on the other hand, are quests commissioned to the guild, which also vary in difficulty, but the rewards don’t always match the difficulty. In some cases, the rewards are high for easy quests, and vice versa.
Of the two types of quests, the new one will be posted first thing in the morning. And the first one to receive the quest is the winner. Then, naturally, the quests with the lowest rewards relative to difficulty will remain. Even with just a quick look, most of them are probably salted away.
“We’ll come back tomorrow?”
When I asked Nina, she buzzed and shook her head, pointing to a sheet of quest paper.
“I’ll take that.”
Client: Aruni Village Chief
Request: Defeat a large boar
Reward: 150,000 Yale.
Note: Every day the village’s crops are raided, if nothing is done, we will starve to death. Please help us.
She picked the one that I thought was the least likely.
“I’ll ask. Why are you choosing this?” (Ragnus(
“It says “urgent. If we don’t do something, the people of this village may die. There’s no way we can leave them alone.”
“I see. Anyway, let me explain what this quest is all about.”
In the guild’s rank, C means “advanced”. In other words, you need to be a very skilled adventurer to be a match for them.
And the market price for requesting a C rank is said to be at least 2 million Yale. This reward is less than a tenth of that.
To put it bluntly, this is a trash quest.
“So that’s how it is.” (Ragnus)
“I see. What’s wrong with that?”
Nina said this in a slightly angry tone and glared at me sharply.
“It’s easy to imagine what would happen to these people if no one did.”
“Yeah, well, it’s not going to end well, is it?”
Will they wait for him to starve to death, or will all the villagers rush to challenge the big boar and be beaten back?
Even if we were to win, it would be a recommended rank C. The damage would be considerable.
“If you know that, then there’s only one answer, isn’t there? Even if you don’t come, I’ll go.”
Nina told me so strongly and peeled off that quest paper that was on the board. She must have taken it to the receptionist to get the quest.
If it had been seven years ago, if I had remained the same person who was called Child of God, I wonder if I would have been able to think this straight.
“Don’t say cheeky things at level 21.”
With that I took the quest paper from Nina.
“‘I’ll take this one. Because aside from the reward, it’ll be a great way to level up.”
Fortunately, there’s only one enemy. If you use your [Peerless] skill, it won’t matter.
And I think Nina probably chose this quest because she knows my power.
Nina looked dumbfounded for a moment as the quest paper was taken from her, but she quickly smiled and followed me at a run.
“I wouldn’t want to hear that from a level one.”
She makes such light-hearted remarks.
“Shut up. I’m originally level 52.”
So I smiled back at her, don’t want to lose.