a great bronze to the stableboy.
He would watch over her so that she wasn’t stolen.
The stableboy also told me where I could find the selling counter, and I was able to sell the magic stones, materials and herbs.

“Seven stones from goblins, eight from forest wolves, and one from a grass viper and shadow spider.
As for materials, the shadow spider fangs are eight silver, and the spinneret is twelve silver.
There are a hundred and thirty bundles of medicinal herbs.
That will be thirty-five silver and twenty bronze for everything.
Do you want the herbs processed as a fixed quest?”

“Yes, please.”

Once you pass E Rank, you could no longer do it.
He must have asked because my equipment was rather nice.
I accepted the money and the request sheet and headed to the reception counter.
As it was noon, the place was quite crowded, but there were more counters than at Powarso, so things moved smoothly.
I saw that there were several beastkin Adventurers here too.

“Good evening, sir.”

“I’d like to report my arrival and process this request.”

“Welcome to Ilrak.
Please hand me your plate.”

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“Is there a guide for the town?”

“Right over here.
Good evening.”

I took the guide and searched for an inn.

I chose one that didn’t have the ‘Guild recommendation!’ mark on it.
I didn’t want to go to an inn that was filled with Adventurers.
It was rather expensive, costing me seven silver for one night, and three more silver for the stable, but the food was good.
A lot of the patrons seemed to be merchants.

I will explore the town tomorrow.
The first thing to do in a new town was to check what they were selling! Also, according to the guide, there was something here that interested me.
It was the library.
I wanted as much information as I could get.

And today, I must check my magic manipulation before going to bed.
I slept without doing it last night.

First, I tried moving it with full MP.
Hmm.
Yes, it still just moved a little bit, and took a lot of effort.
Next, I decreased my MP until it was at 1, and then it became light and would move smoothly.

However, I didn’t feel like this meant that I should train while I had low MP.
It didn’t feel like I was ‘training’ when it was lighter.
But it was easier to feel that it was moving.

I didn’t know what the answer was, so perhaps I should do both.
Moving the heavy magic could be exercise one, and the lighter one could be exercise two.
So it would be exercise one, decrease MP, and then exercise two.

The next day, I paid off my room, left Emma at the guild, and went out to town.

At the end of the day, the thing that I needed the most was armor for my legs.
And so I went to the workshop area and looked for a place that dealt with armor.
There was a line of armor shops in one area, and so I asked them about it.

“What kind of armor do you want?”

“For my legs.
Made of leather, if possible, so they won’t make any noise.”

“I could make greaves out of leather, but they won’t be much different from boots.
If you don’t want sound and care about speed, then you should go with boots.
But if you care about defense, then I think you should go with greaves made of monster materials.”

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“What kind of monster materials do you have?”

“Well, wait a minute.
If you want to ask about monster materials, go to the workshop over there.”

And so I went to the recommended workshop.

“Monster materials, eh? Currently, we have killer ant, giant centipede, and horned beetle, I think? There are others, but they are much more expensive.”

“I can’t get anything expensive.
What would you recommend for greaves, and how much would it cost?”

“Killer ant is light, and would cost two gold.
Centipede is heavy but flexible.
It costs four gold.
Horned beetle is light and flexible and costs ten gold.
They all have their advantages and disadvantages.”

“Could you perhaps use killer ant as a base and cover parts in centipede?”

“With leftover scrap materials I could… Hmm.
Yes, I think I can.
It should be three gold.”

“I’ll take that then.”

He took my measurements and said that it would be completed in five days.

I then went around and looked at other inn, restocked on potions and preserved food.
And that’s when I found it.

It was stuffed into sacks in front of a store.
Brownish white grains… There was no doubt about it, it was rice!

“That’s a grain called kurun that is commonly eaten in the south.
But cooking it just right takes some practice, so I wouldn’t recommend it for beginners.”

“Huh… Is that right?”

Well, I was always more of a bread person, and I don’t cook.
So I continued on my way.

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