A Girl Who Was Told "You Have No Talent" Turned Out To Be A Talented Monster - Chapter 55.2
After a short pause, Litty started writing again. Kuufa watched in silence as Litty’s writing progressed smoothly.
Litty wanted to do something for Kuufa, so she quickly handed the letter she had finished writing to Harpy Transport.
“Kuufa-san, why don’t you come with me to visit the job guilds? There are many guilds in the royal capital besides the Summoners Guild.” (Litty)
“Litty-san, you don’t mean to say that you still want another job…?” (Kuufa)
“I am thinking about it. I feel that learning different jobs will make me stronger.” (Litty)
Kuufa thought for a moment. With Aquaria, there was little advantage for Kuufa in learning other jobs.
Kuufa wanted to become a Master worthy of Aquaria. As she did not know what exactly she needed to do to achieve that goal, Kuufa decided that it would not be a bad idea to challenge herself like Litty was doing.
“Okay… I will accompany you.” (Kuufa)
“Well, my first option was the Knight’s Guild… But, Kuufa-san didn’t have the title of Swordsman, so let’s try the Archer Guild.” (Litty)
Litty wanted Archer Skills as soon as possible because there were a good number of predicaments that she could have gotten out of with the help of ranged attacks.
Although she wasn’t sure if a bow was the best choice to start with, it was also one of Litty’s aims to master.
“It looks interesting, doesn’t it?” (Litty)
“Can, can we simply go there…?” (Kuufa)
The Archer Guild was not a tourist attraction. They had no obligation to entertain Litty and her friend.
Kuufa’s anxiety was more appropriate for the situation.
“… Are you joking?”
The instructor who had greeted Litty and Kuufa a few minutes earlier was looking bloodthirsty. He was not pleased with Litty, who seemed to think of this guild as some tourist attraction.
Shooting required a different sense of perception than swords. Unlike swords, it wouldn’t provide the archer with any defense, and hitting the target was all that mattered.
In other words, if the target was not hit, it was meaningless. In such a severe environment, Litty showed that she could hit the target with a high probability.
“I missed once…”
“Well, that’s fine. If it was a stationary target, you could have probably hit it 100 times out of 100?!”
Just as he finished speaking, an arrow landed right beside the instructor’s feet, nearly hitting him. The instructor let out a strange cry in surprise.
Kuufa, the cause of it, held up her bow. She didn’t even notice that her arrow had flown in the direction that was far from the target.
“Oh, hey! How did this happen?!”
“Uh… oh, I’m sorry!”
“Kuufa-san, you have to hold it like this…”
Litty instructed Kuufa despite the indignant instructor. After many attempts at correcting her posture and grip, she finally learnt to shoot properly.
The instructor thought that hitting the target was a long shot, but Litty was enthusiastic. After a few more struggles, Litty finally succeeded in making Kuufa hit the target, albeit just short of the bullseye.
“Oh, I hit it…”
“You did it!”
“I did it! I did my best!”
The instructor groaned at Litty’s ability to teach Kuufa with horrendous skills. Litty patiently continued to teach Kuufa, who could not be said to have any talent for archery.
Litty praised her tremendously, even though she had only hit one shot.
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