Regressor Takes Everything - Chapter 36
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
In the early days of the Gate, or even now, the skill book market has the highest price range in the hunter industry.
Skills can be acquired without any conditions, and since there are not many items for sale, the price naturally has to increase.
‘The C-level skill book alone is in billions, needless to say about it.’
Although it differs depending on what skill it is, it still has a basic price point.
There are not even many B grades and above books, so most of them are going to be auctioned.
‘By the way… … .’
Kang Yoo-sik, who looked at the list of skills that Yoon Kang-hyun gave out, looked unbelievable.
Not to mention C-class books, there were dozens of B-class skill books, and even a few A-class skill books were there.
And he said to choose any skill book? It exceeded the value of simply considering it as a favor.
“… … Do you have anything you want from us?”
At Kang Yoo-sik’s question, Yoon Kang-hyun made eye contact for a moment and then nodded.
“There are conditions.”
Indeed, he can’t give it away like this without any price. Kang Yoo-sik, who looked at it as if he knew it would, waited for the next story.
“When you graduate, pay me back for anything you don’t need out of the same level of skill book.”
Conditions were different from what was expected.
“After graduation… … You mean?”
“Now is the time to focus on your studies. There is no limit on the period after graduation. And, as I said, it’s a skill book that you don’t need, so you don’t have to give it any useful skill book.”
“Don’t you write a contract?”
“What contract do you need for such a little help?”
Repay conscientiously, with no contract, no time limit. Kang Yoo-sik thought about what the hell meant for a moment, and quickly figured out what it meant.
‘Indeed… … he gave it for that purpose from the first place.’
It was more like a token than a deal that Yoon Kang-hyun gave them a skill book.
The Sungjin faction that boasts the most powerful academic relations formed in the hunter industry in the future. Yoon Kang-hyun recognized them as a member.
‘He must have liked us.’
He thought that one day he should step on the side of the Sungjin faction, but he thought the opportunity had come so quickly.
Although it was unexpected, Kang Yoo-sik quickly finished the calculation and then lowered his head.
“You don’t have to do that already. Let’s take a look to see if there are any skills you need. If not, I don’t know how much time it will take, but I’ll find out.”
“Then let’s take a look. Jin-hyuk. Let’s see.”
Kang Yoo-sik, who slightly shook Kim Jin-hyuk, who still couldn’t come to his mind, looked through the list of skills.
‘Hmm. All of them are versatile.’
Probably, it seems that he brought the skills that won’t make any problem no matter which we choose.
‘What’s useful for me now… … .’
Kang Yoo-sik’s eyes stopped as he was browsing the list, and he saw the name of the skill that caught his eye.
It is a skill that can visualize memories to revive blurry memories or organize complex minds.
‘I didn’t know I would find this here.’
It is useful for magical hunters, and above all, not to mention for himself who knows plenty of future memories.
He thought it would take some time because it was a skill that the old first-generation hunters make a reservation to get, He never knew that this opportunity would come like this.
“I will take the Memory Map.”
“That’s a good choice.”
Yoon Kang-hyun stood up from the seat and took one of the skill books stuck in the bookshelf and handed it over.
“If you confirm it, you can learn it right away.”
Kang Yoo-sik, who was handed a skill book, put his hand on it and then instilled magic.
[Would you like to acquire the skill book ‘Memory Map (B)’?]
Kang Yoo-sik confirmed that it was a memory map’s skill book and immediately accepted.
The skill book naturally opened up and the page went quickly, and the letters engraved in it floated in the air and then began to seep into the body.
And the moment when he got a sense of something in his head.
[You have acquired the skill ‘Memory Map’ (B).]
A notification window popped up saying that the skill had been acquired, and Kang Yoo-sik simply activated the Memory Map.
(Yoon Kang-hyun) (Sungjin Academy) (Yoon Hee-jin) (Skill)
Small circles appeared in front of his eyes in the order of importance in his head, and Kang Yoo-sik took a closer look at Yoon Kang-hyun.
Then, the time that he retires in the future. The incidents he was involved in. And even the case of the loss of both his arms were connected like a mind map one by one.
Memories that I knew but couldn’t recall well appeared through the memory map.
‘It’s… … It’s better than I thought.’
He never thought it would work this much. When Kang Yoo-sik is looking at the memory map with his eyes twinkling.
Kim Jin-hyuk, who was sitting next to him, called quietly.
“I’m going to learn this, but what do you think?”
Kim Jin-hyuk points to one of the lists of skill books. Kang Yoo-sik looked at the name of the skill.
“One Wheel Sword Veil?”
A rare A-class skill, One Wheel Sword Veil. It was a skill that Kim Jin-hyuk also used in the days of the Invincible Holy Sword, and it could be considered as a core skill.
It wasn’t a bad skill to learn, but there was one problem.
‘This must have been included in the unawakened skill.’
Kang Yoo-sik looked at Kim Jin-hyuk’s collection list after a long time, wondering if his memory was wrong.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
*Stats: strength, agility, durability, spell power
*Skills: Deadly Counter (A), Accelerated Avoidance (B), 3 Steps Foresight(B)
*Unawakened skill: One Wheel Sword Veil (A), determination for the final battle (A)……
*Abnormal condition: Increased motivation (recommended)
He hasn’t just awakened yet, but as time passes, he will naturally learn the One Wheel Sword Veil. After confirming the fact, Kang Yoo-sik looked over the skill list again.
“Well… … How about this rather than that?”
[Understanding weapons (C)]
[Adroit hand movement (C)]
“Because you have to practice several weapons in the future. Even though this is a lower grade, the effect might be better. It will be nice if you learn both… … .”
As Kang Yoo-sik hesitated to say, Yoon Kang-hyun nodded.
“If it’s a C class, two are okay.”
“He says it’s okay. What do you think?”
Looking at the grade alone, the A-class One Wheel Sword Veil may look much better, but considering that it is a skill that will be awakened one day, those two that will boost growth are better.
Kim Jin-hyuk pondered for a moment, then nodded.
“Then I’ll go according to your recommendations.”
“You won’t regret it.”
“It seems that it’s decided. Please wait.”
When Yoon Kang-hyun brought two skill books, Kim Jin-hyuk learned them immediately after being handed over, and as a result, he became a side of the faction of Sungjin which would overwhelm the hunter industry.
When Kang Yoo-sik is satisfied with the benefits that are not bad.
“Cadet Kim Jin-hyuk, I have something to talk about with Kang Yoo-sik. Would you excuse us?”
Kang Yoo-sik looked at him with a puzzled expression when he said he had more things to say, and Kim Jin-hyuk nodded his head after reading the atmosphere.
“Then, I will leave now. It was an honor to see you today!”
“I also enjoyed myself. I’ll see you again next time.”
Kim Jin-hyuk greeted smoothly as the tension was relieved, and quickly moved away, and in no time, only two people remained in the office of the school director.
‘What else is he trying to ask?’
When he was wondering if he had something to offer. Yoon Kang-hyun stood up straight and spoke seriously.
“Cadet Kang Yoo-sik. Do you want to upgrade to Diamond Class?”
Another unexpected card came out.
* * *
Ban Hye-young, the head teacher of the Gold Class.
Originally, the task was for the head teacher to attend all the exams to supervise, but she never went to the classrooms except for the written exam on the first day.
That’s because it was her job to score all the students’ magic tests.
Ban Hye-young works with a blackout curtain to cover all the sunlight and only the light on the desk. Exhausted from scoring for two days, she wrote the score with her eyes closed.
“42 points… … Trash.”
It was a decent answer sheet for a second year of gold class, but it was poor in her eyes.
Mediocre answers engraved to preserve the score. Even in the diamond class, it was worth seeing that it has their opinions on the paper, but when it comes to the gold class, they were just trash.
‘There are some guys who can be useful like Lee Byung-ho… … Still, all 7 out of 10 are garbage.’
From the view of Ban Hye-young, she couldn’t understand it.
It’s a test that she herself who was an S-class points out where to be corrected, How could they hand in these trash answer sheets?
Seeing that they were only sticking to the score to upgrade their class, she felt skeptical about scoring in her office.
‘The damn old geezer… … If it wasn’t for the promise… … .’
Rather than being buried in such trash, she would have been experimenting for the future of magic by sweeping through dungeons and using all kinds of high-end materials.
There are all kinds of shortcomings that come to mind when it is time for grading, even though it usually seems to be okay. With the overflowing stress, Ban Hye-young touched her eyes.
‘At least… … At least I wish they could sincerely answer the last question… … .’
Ban Hye-young knew that scores are important to cadets. So the last question is a difficult question without having to do with the score.
But everyone just handed in blank sheets to keep their scores.
She made the question with hard work in the meaning of consideration, but students didn’t answer at all and it made her angry.
‘Woo…… hurry…… Let’s just finish it quickly.’
After all, below the diamond class are similar, have similar answers and levels.
Ban Hye-young, who swept her hair, quickly moved the pen and continued scoring.
The scoring and criticism that would hurt cadets’ minds were written down and she moved to the Silver class within a few hours.
For the silver class, even the basic problem was also terrible, so the evaluation was even harsher, and Ban Hye-young’s face became even more fierce due to fatigue.
And the moment the pen is about to break and she reaches her limit.
“… … .”
For the first time in the first year of the silver class, an exam paper that seemed to have answered the last question properly came out, and Ban Hye-young reconfirmed the name with a slightly subsided expression.
Except for regular class hours, she stays only in the lab, but she’s heard of Kang Yoo-sik’s name.
A cadet who Lee Chang-wan taught before his resignation. And the cadet who beat Chang Eun’s eldest grandson Lee Byung-ho.
‘Hmm… … A strange guy wrote down a strange answer.’
After thinking about the story of Kang Yoo-sik, Ban Hye-young corrected her posture and looked at the last answer sheet.
Basically, all cadets use formulas that are known in the market or appear only in class.
This is because there are only those things that they learned, and it was not easy to create their own formula.
‘This… … this is new.’
However, the formula written down by Kang Yoo-sik was the first time she saw it.
It is neither compressed nor applied in an intersecting manner. It was a formula that she never heard or seen.
‘Did he just shoved them in?’
It might be a random answer only because he didn’t want to hand in an empty answer. Actually, there was a guy who did that in second grade.
‘No… … Something’s different… … .’
The straight back slowly bends toward the answer sheet again.
Ban Hye-young, who looked down on the exam paper as if she was possessed by something, thought that she might have forgotten it, and continued to think over her memory.
However, nothing comes to mind even if she repeats her thoughts. Ban Hye-young put down her pen, realizing that knowledge alone couldn’t answer it.
‘It can’t be a big deal… … .’
At best, it is to reproduce the cadet’s answer, but it made her so nervous.
After taking a breath, Ban Hye-young slowly activated the formula engraved on the answer sheet, and after a while, a black circle was created under the lamp.
A circle as small as a grain of sand and light sucked in a spiral. The moment that Ban Hye-young brought it closer to the light as if she was possessed by the mysterious form.
The light broke as she was bringing it to the lamp, and in surprise, she solved the formula.
“What the hell… … .” When Ban Hye-young realizes that the sensation that had come up lightly and her face is frowning in a darkened room.
A small light suddenly appeared and shone on her face.
“… … Hiccup!”
Ban Hye-young, hiccuped with shock.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]