A Girl Who Was Told "You Have No Talent" Turned Out To Be A Talented Monster - Chapter 18.2
Before returning to the old couple’s place, Litty was rummaging through the request forms at the Adventurers’ Guild.
There were only a limited number of requests that a 5th Rank adventurer could accept. And even among them, a 5th Rank adventurer may not always be able to solve the problem.
Litty’s focus was on hunting demons in the Bikki Mine.
Unlike the Peat Grasslands, the mine was cramped. That meant she could not fight by jumping around like usual.
For that reason, it was essential for her to acquire Heavy Warrior skills.
“Hey, little girl. You were so enthusiastic the other day, bringing back so much loot, but you’ve been strangely silent lately.” (Unknown person)
“I’ve been training at the Heavy Warrior’s guild earlier as I want to earn its title and skills as soon as possible…” (Litty)
The man who approached Litty was a 4th Rank adventurer. This man, too, was concerned about Litty’s grand success last time.
Since Litty had not shown up, he was expecting her to fall behind.
“Heavy Warrior? I don’t think your physique can hold up to that.” (The man)
“I had a mock battle with the instructor today, but I couldn’t fully defend against their attacks. Maneuvering a spear and shield at the same time is really difficult.” (Litty)
“Mock battle? Are you kidding me?” (The man)
“Instructor Gonza is strong… I am not strong enough to face him.” (Litty)
“Seriously, this brat”, the man’s face showed an unsightly expression.
The instructor, Gonza, was an adventurer known for his Iron Man reputation, and many people relied on him during combat, especially on subjugations and hunts.
The man could not believe that someone like Gonza had gone so far as to engage in a mock battle with her. However, he did not show his surprise in order to maintain his senior image in front of Litty.
“There are things that people are suited for and things that they are not suited for. Maybe, you are not cut out for it.” (The man)
“Maybe that’s true but I don’t want to give up.” (Litty)
“Sometimes people need to be flexible and give up on their dreams, and need to compromise with reality.” (The man)
“But I want to do my best to become a better adventurer. I would also like to help my village.” (Litty)
The man spoke to Litty, intending to dissuade her from pursuing her goals, but to no avail.
Honestly speaking, increasing the number of good adventurers was beneficial in every way.
However, for someone like the man, who was content with his 4th Rank and living off his daily earnings, she was nothing but an obstacle. The more rivals there were, the more resources would be taken away.
And when it came to promising newcomers like Litty, he would love to crush her confidence before she could grow.
Many adventurers like him had no ambition of forming a party to defeat the high-ranking demons or tackle the unexplored zones.
“Don’t do it. Someone died saying that…” (The man)
“Oh, stop it. You don’t have to go any further.” (Unknown)
Bloom, a 3rd Rank adventurer, tried to put an end to the man’s nagging. He was someone who had seen Litty pressure Heavy Warrior Dimos before. Therefore, he knew the strength of her determination, and above all, the uniqueness of her character.
“But, Bloom-san, if Dimos-san were here, he would have definitely…” (The man)
“The Dimos-san you’re referring to, was previously silenced by her, you know?” (Boom)
“… you’re kidding me, right?” (The man)
“Next, Bikki Mine…” (Litty)
The man felt something in Litty’s eyes as she stared intently at the request form. This girl never stops, no matter what.
More than anything else, she didn’t even seem to realize what she was capable of. What would happen if she were to know the extent of her powers?
The man silently returned to his seat at one of the tables and drank his drink to cool off himself.
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