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Small Sage Level 1 – Chapter 105

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Chapter 105

Artifactor Krumm – Destiny Tablet

 

Author’s Note:

This chapter is written from Krumm the dwarf’s point of view.

 

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Count Rainier turned up to ask for the dwarves’ cooperation to develop the mines in order to revive the poor territories.

I came to help Count Rainier at that time. If there was a possibility that I’d be able to create something with an ability equal to an artifact just like my monocle, I would take it.

 

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As long as there was something similar to the metal that I found, I would be able to surpass even the gods.

Even if I were unable to find it, I believed I should be able to do something.

 

Then, that turned into reality.

Stones that possessed abilities similar to that of magic stones were discovered in the mine located at the count’s territory.

 

The stones that we called as magic crystals were produced in the count’s territory and in the twinkling of an eye, the count managed to build a fortune.

He let me conduct researches about [Artifacts (relics left by the gods)] using that said fortune.

 

Each and every [Artifact] remaining in this world possessed an unthinkable ability. A set of bow and arrows that could pursue the target wherever it went to once it was determined to be a foe. A shield that could reflect magic. A ring that could amplify magic.

Among them, there was this special artifact, called as the legendary [Destiny Tablet].

It was a slate that the gods possessed and as long as one had it in their hands, they would be able to grant every single wish they wanted.

 

Perhaps it was just a legend.

However, I vowed to surpass even the gods.

For that reason, I wanted to make the [Destiny Tablet]’s power as my own.

 

And then—.

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Count Rainier’s magical power increased considerably thanks to the artifact that I made, a ring that could amplify magic. Nowadays, there were only a few people who knew that the count’s magical power was weak.

That was what the count wanted.

To try using the legendary magic with his own magical power.

 

But I could understand.

The count’s true wish was to obtain the [Destiny Tablet] and use legendary magic that could only be used by those that possessed the tablet, in order to become the ruler of this world…

 

“But it seems like the golem of that town is sealed.”

I was reminiscing the past when Count Rainier’s words caused me to come to my senses.

 

“If it’s sealed, then everything will be fine as long as we can destroy that seal.”

I fixed my monocle that slipped off a bit.

 

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“It’s a seal that Frank and his master applied. It won’t be easy to destroy it. …Besides, it seems to consume lots of magic crystals just by making a slight movement. It’s written in the report that the magic crystals in that territory would turn into ordinary stones in the end. Given how inefficient it is, it’s highly likely that the golem is a flop.”

“I see. Is that why you left the town as it is?”

What an amazing discernment as always. As expected, there’s no one else more suitable for me to follow other than this person.

 

“More importantly, did you find out the whereabouts of the [Destiny Tablet]?”

“It seems that a party called as [The Fool’s Eden] had tried to look for similar information around ten years ago, but they didn’t seem to find anything.”

“[The Fool’s Eden]… Where have I heard of them before?”

I nodded at the count who was still pondering.

 

“Didn’t they say that the man who had become the Undead King during the Monster Flood 8 years ago was the leader of [The Fool’s Eden]?”

“Ah… There was certainly a talk about it.”

 

[The Fool’s Eden] was an extremely unusual party since it consisted only of demon races and it was led by a necromancer who used corpses such as skeletons and liches.

Demon race was an exclusive race who wouldn’t really go out of their own country.

That was exactly why the rumour about the demons becoming adventurers spread in an instant.

 

They indifferently completed the requests at the adventurer’s guild and increased their adventurer rank steadily without minding others watching over them.

But people suddenly stopped hearing their names with the occurrence of the Monster Flood.

 

Around the time people became unable to hide their uneasiness due to the prolonged Monster Flood that the rumour began to spread, about how that party had earned the wrath of the gods and became the Undead that they had used themselves before, and how the leader ended up becoming the Monster King.

Nobody could tell if it was the truth or not.

 

However, if the leader of [The Fool’s Eden] who set off to find [The Destiny Tablet] really had fallen to become the Monster King… Did that mean [The Destiny Tablet] really existed and that was why they had incurred the gods’ wrath?

Once I explained it like that, Count Rainier’s eyes sparkled.

 

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“Then, it might lead us to a clue!”

“Yeah. For starter, I’d like to try going to the Earth Labyrinth that [The Fool’s Eden] went to in hopes of conquering it.”

“It’s better for us to be prepared.”

“Thank you.”

 

Thanks to the magic crystals, Count Rainier’s territory had become very rich. The abundant funds gotten from that allowed me to conduct researches on artifacts to my heart’s content.

If it was the Earth Labyrinth, we should be able to conquer it easily as long as we were to go there bringing the knights and magicians that Count Rainier had long trained.

 

“It’d be good if there’s a hidden room similar to the one found in the Wind Labyrinth…”

Just like how I was able to discover this precious orb that could detect the presence of artifacts, the possibility we could find a new artifact was high.

 

“If the Earth Labyrinth existed, it seemed like there was a labyrinth in each country.”

“That’s right. The Wind Labyrinth located in the Dwarf Republic has been successfully conquered, so I am thinking of wanting to go and conquer the other labyrinths.”

As I said so, Count Rainier slightly nodded as if agreeing with me.

 

“Yeah, and then… Let’s continue to pay attention to the movements of the girl named Yuuri.”

“You’re that interested in her?”

“…It’s best to be cautious since even you can’t see her abilities.”

After Count Rainier said that, he closed his eyes as if saying that there was no need to continue the conversation.

 

[The Destiny Tablet]—I’ll surely make it mine.

 

 

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  1. kuronekoq

    thanks for the chapter

  2. Tsalju

    Thanks for the chapter! ❤️❤️❤️

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