I Became A Mechanic - C108
As he used the book, a vast amount of knowledge he had known from the beginning permeated his mind.
It was such an enormous amount of knowledge that the studies he had been doing were meaningless.
Jun-woo took a deep breath and took out a silver marble from the item window.
[Failed Philosopher’s Stone]
-Effect: When eaten, beneficial effects may occur.
– Item value: 8,000,000,000,000
Eight trillion worth of value, no attribution was attached.
Although it was possible to sell it, Jun-woo once ate 48 trillion unstable wise men’s stones.
Thanks to this, mana recovery increased by 30 per second. It was vague at the time, but now he feel pretty satisfied.
Since it was item money could not buy, Jun-woo put a candy worth 8 trillion won into his mouth.
What was slippery in his mouth melted away.
Pain separates from vitality and starts in the abdomen.
Jun-woo’s face frowned, and his fists clenched.
A low, pained sound came out of Jun-woo’s mouth.
Then the pain disappeared in an instant.
[The Failed Philosopher’s Stone increases strength by 10.]
It would have been a delight if it had been intellectual, but the strength stats were somewhat ambiguous.
He might have thought about selling it if he had known it would have had such an effect.
Still, the meaning of ‘can be’ in the effect text meant that no effect could be exerted, so Jun-woo was satisfied with the impact and moved on to the next item.
[Skill Enhancement Scroll] [Bound]
-Effect: Increases the level of one skill by one. [Available up to maximum legend]
– Item value: 15,000,000,000
First was Kip.
Because it wasn’t in a hurry.
The problem is.
[Occupational Attribute Improvement Scroll] [Bound]
-Effect: Increases the grade of the attribute obtained by one level. [Available up to maximum legend]
– Item value: 2,000,000,000,000
This was it.
There were two characteristics given to Jun-woo.
-Attribute: All skill levels increase by 2, the maximum value increases by 2, and all stats increase by 20.
-Attribute: You can use the skill that summons robots by increasing the number of robots by 1. The user’s HP is increased by 100, and DEF is increased by 1 for each robot that can be summoned by the skill.
If you use legendary-grade attributes, you will become Legend+, and the effect will increase accordingly.
If you simply think about it, you might say that the trait created at level 100 is better, but the key to the skill to be completed in the future is how many robots are summoned.
At level 110, the skill ‘making a battle suit’ was created, so even at level 120, the robot-related skills might not come out.
‘When you become Legend+, the advancement increases by three or four levels… Could there be two more robots? … .’
Jun-woo pondered while writing down the effect of becoming Legend+ on a piece of paper.
After weighing the maximum skill level, raising all stats, or adding a robot, Jun-woo, who had been pondering for a long time, finally used the spell book.
The spell was split, the light permeated, and the effect was exerted.
[‘Robot Expert’ is changed to ‘Robot Authority’ by the order form.]
-Attribute: You can use the skill that summons robots by increasing the number of robots by 2. The user’s HP is increased by 200, and DEF is increased by 2 for each robot that can be summoned by the skill.
As expected, the number of robots was added one by one.
In addition, it was one of the satisfactory results to have the defense power to 2.
Since he could create another auxiliary robot, Jun-woo wrote the necessary materials for Jun-Seong Park.
[Lee Jun-woo: You do not need to buy Magic Stone for a while.]
[Park Jun-Seong: I see. I’ll try to get the ingredients as soon as possible, Master.]
Since Esopia gave me 40 of the highest-grade Magic Stones, he was in a situation where he could let go of the Magic Stones for an hour.
Due to the excessive production of the battle suit, the gold was running low, but on the other hand, the excess amount of the magic stone was fortunate.
Jun-woo remembered the last words E-Pia had left.
‘Visit Sandworm’s nest.’
He said there might be something.
Jun-woo searched for a sandworm on his computer.
In addition, there were dozens of desert areas within the gate.
Among them, there were more than ten deserts where the boss was a sandworm.
He searched for the nest but couldn’t find anything related to it.
So, just in case, Jun-woo summoned two explorers who went on this desert expedition.
Since the two of them had traveled a lot in the desert, they would have known well about Sandworms.
Two men in leather clothes entered Jun-woo’s master room.
Jun-woo sat them down and spoke.
“Thank you for your help with this.”
The two smiled awkwardly with sullen faces.
Because they didn’t find anything.
“No… …. The person you found was also a guild member… ….”
“Then why did you call us back… ….”
Jun-woo brought out the prepared words.
“It’s no different. I caught a sandworm there and got a quest. They told me to visit the nest, just in case I could narrow down the relevant places.”
“Ah…, umm… ….”
One seemed unfamiliar, and the other spoke out at once.
“I’ve heard a bit about it in the past. So, maybe it’s Sandworm’s house? There is a man who insists on going there. I’m a Peruvian with a unique + grade, and he said that his method was deliberately eaten by sandworms.”
“Are you eating?”
“Yeah, it looks like it was eaten on purpose and survived there. I heard they did it in the deserts of various regions. Wouldn’t this help the quest?”
It seemed to have its own way.
“Thank you. Is there any other way?”
“They use miners to find it, but…, you know, it has to be so wide.”
“It is virtually impossible. The sand will continue to flow, and if sandworms appear, you never know when they will be eaten… ….”
Jun-woo nodded his head.
“All right. What is that Peruvian name?”
Jun-woo searched for him.
It was a tank of Peru’s Unique+ level.
‘It gets eaten… ….’
To try the execution, the appearance of sandworms was necessary, and reports about the appearance of sandworms were not likely to come up, so Jun-woo decided to wait for it.
When the arrangement was finished, Jun-woo took out the blueprint.
There were many things to make, and Jun-woo considered upgrading the weapon he would use first.
Little by little, something resembling a mana gun was drawn on the paper.
* * *
When Jun-woo posted that he did not purchase Magic Stones, the prices worldwide began to be traded at discounted prices.
The items Jun-woo purchases have also been spread worldwide through Nutube and the news.
Recently, the topic of discussion was mana crystal, floating stone, and the essence of wind.
But today, there was a new article about purchasing various materials.
The article was about purchasing ingredients worth 10 billion won or more at a 7% discount.
Those who had one had no choice but to be interested, and many people from all over the world inquired about it because they had to pretend to buy and trade for a safe transaction.
Jun-woo was selling flying cars made by purchasing materials for future use at relatively low prices.
He bought some ingredients, and the trade was over at 3 o’clock. Jun-woo rummaged through skill books posted all over the world.
The mana shield learned through the skill book was of great help to Jun-woo.
Jun-woo searched the auction house every day to find mana-related skills.
There were many expensive things, but there was nothing that Jun-woo needed.
There didn’t seem to be any other information that could be obtained through a search.
[I will tell you the skill book you need.]
It was a phrase from a cafe in Korea.
The messenger ID was also displayed, and several review articles were also displayed.
[Thanks to you, I got the skill I wanted. Thank you.]
[I was skeptical at first, but it is reliable. I don’t know where I got this information.]
[It seemed that I didn’t know anything about the skill book. Have you ever hacked Daehan’s skill book information?]
Jun-woo closed the window.
‘Skill Book Information… ….’
Jun-woo called for Oh Jeong-soo, who was the deputy master of Poongrim.
Jun-woo asked as Oh Jeong-soo sat down.
“There…, Do large guilds have a department to record the skill books that guild members pick up?”
“Sure. It’s a job that all large guilds do. We are also keeping the skill book record.”
“You may not have known that guild executives in the five major regions in Seoul can view the skill book records of all guilds.”
“Ah…, What should I do?”
“You just have to ask. Masters can browse the skill books of four guilds: Daehan, Geumhwa, Water, and Dragon.”
“The record of Pungrim… ….”
“It went to Daehan.”
“Oh, thank you. I didn’t know at all.”
“I don’t know if it will be of great help, but please contact me and visit me. Still, it’s information that I’ve been collecting for 40 years in Korea.”
“Thank you. I didn’t know.”
Jun-woo needed to know about the skill book he needed to get, so he contacted Choi Shik-Hyun.
Choi Shik-Hyun received it.
“Hello, this is Jun-woo Lee.”
“What’s going on?”
“It’s not that different. I was wondering if I could get some information about the recorded skill book.”
“Ah, what did I say? Did you know that even the dungeon gate was found?”
“Ha-ha…, what can I do?”
“If it’s okay, come see me now. It’s right there in the Namsan Guild building.”
“Then let’s go by four o’clock. Thank you, Vice Master.”
“I don’t have to thank you. Aren’t you also the head of Seoul?”
“Thank you… …. See you soon.”
After hanging up, Jun-woo got on a flying car and flew to the headquarters of the guild building in Daehan, the largest guild in Korea.
When Jun-woo got off, the receptionist who had been waiting in advance met him.
“Welcome. I was contacted and waiting.”
Jun-woo entered the building under his guidance.
The eyes of countless people in the hall on the first floor turned to Jun-woo.
“You don’t usually wear that item.”
The battle suit taken on the Russian front was a topic of discussion in Jangan.
“The whole item has changed.”
They showed interest in the items Jun-woo is wearing.
“Then why did you come?”
“I haven’t seen or heard anything.”
In the spotlight, Jun-woo climbed into the elevator.
When we went up to the 41st floor, Jun-woo got out.
The 41st floor was the floor where Choi Shik-Hyun, deputy master of Daehan, stayed.
The secretary, who was waiting, guided Jun-woo and opened the door to the room.
As Jun-woo entered, the door closed behind him, and Choi Shik-Hyun, sitting there, stood up and greeted Jun-woo.
“Come this way.”
Choi Shik-Hyun sat in front of the computer, and Jun-woo watched from behind for a while.
When Choi Shik-Hyun tapped the keyboard, an Excel with countless skill books came out.
Information about the skill book recorded by guild members in Daehan for 40 years appeared on the monitor.
Choi Shik-Hyun got up and gave up his seat.
“Sit down. You should look for it like the Hanwoo Auction House.”
As Jun-woo sat down, Choi Shik-Hyun went to the sofa before him and buried his back.
“Look around slowly. Because I have a lot of time.”
“Thank you, Vice Master.”
“I heard that you made a strange item. When are you planning to go on sale?”
“It’s exclusive, so it’s difficult to sell.”
“Hey, they say they can fly, but it’s a pity. I want to fly a little too.”
“Can I walk on a horse? If you get in the way, keep your mouth shut.”
“No disturbance at all.”
Jun-woo searched for mana in the search bar and reviewed the recorded skills.
“I heard the tunnel construction in Songpa Gate is full swing. When the work is done, can we ask for it too?”
“Of course, it is still possible. We just need to collect more miners and wizards.”
“Is it? Then let’s go ahead.”
“When will I send someone? You can just talk.”
“I see. And speaking of this Russian attack, how did they find you or the culprit?”
“Isn’t there a spy like Poongrim?”
After reading the skill book, Jun-woo said hurriedly.
“No, no, it’s not like that. I think it came from a skill or an item.”
“It’s a pursuit skill… there is a skill to track blood, but there must be a distance.”
“It seems to be a different kind of chase.”
“Yes? Anyway, I’m glad you’re safe.”
Choi Shik-Hyun spits out various words and does not stop talking for 10 minutes.
“Shall we go to a raid together next time?”
“Just call me, and I’ll go.”
Choi Shik-Hyun drew a faint smile.
“Thank you for being kind.”
“No, what… ….”
Jun-woo slowly got up from his seat after reading the information from the skill books that had mana and intelligence written on it.
“Did you find what you want?”
“Yes, thank you very much for today.”
“Good luck. Let’s eat together at least once next time.”
“Just call me.”
“Hey, I want you to call me something. All right, I’m really going to call you.”
“You can go take a look.”
“Then let’s go.”
“See you later.”
Jun-woo bowed his head and left the sub-master room.
Passive skills increased mana recovery, but no skills could fit into the skill window.
He had to tour the window once to find the skill book he wanted.