The Jack-of-all-trades Kicked Out of the Hero’s Party ~ The Swordsman Who Became a Support Mage Due to Party Circumstances, Becomes All Powerful – Chapter 61

CH61: Practice

<It’s been three weeks since I joined the Night Sky Silver Rabbit.

I’ve been diving into the lower levels of the game for the past three weeks, collecting the materials I’m looking for and trying to strengthen my coordination.

The original four of them, of course, but I’m starting to understand how each of them thinks.

In addition to that, Selma’s other abilities allow her to communicate with us at all times.

There are quite a few errors in the linkage.

I’m ready to take on the depths, but right now I’m waiting for my sword.

When the sword is complete… the search for the depths will finally begin.

When he’s not searching with the First Squadron, he helps Selma with her paperwork and teaches the Tenth Squadron.

In addition to that, the President took me to dinner with sponsors and to visit the executives, but nothing noteworthy happened, so I won’t go into that.

And right now, the members of Team 10 are training in the indoor training hall on the grounds of the Night Sky Silver Rabbit.

“I’m tired! I need to rest!”

Carol’s voice echoes through the room, as if it’s hard to tell if she’s tight or not.

“Look! We’re taking a break in five minutes! Come on!”

“Yee-ha ha! Shishou no Oni!”

In front of your eyes, there are six pillars of about two meters high, equally spaced, standing five meters apart from each other, surrounding a certain spot.

I randomly activate [Flash Flash] on the pillars, generating a slightly yellowish light that’s not too glaring.

And Carol dashes to touch the pillar from which the light emanates.

Right after Carol touches it, she activates [Flash Flash] in another place, then dashes to touch that pillar again, and so on and so forth.

This will cause Carroll to continually accelerate, decelerate, and change direction.

This will help you develop your agility.

Carol will be converted from an evasive defender to a vanguard attacker in the future.

But even if you convert, you’ll still need agility.

Carol’s weapon is a dagger, so her reach is short.

So you need to get close to your opponent to attack, and even if you’re a vanguard attacker, it doesn’t mean they won’t attack you at all.

Improving your agility is essential to hit-and-away and dodge your opponent’s attacks.

[So you’re saying I can just use the Agility Increase to increase my agility?

The ability of the base which is increased by the support spell depends on your own ability.

Then, if you increase your agility, you will be able to benefit even more when you receive support spells.

***

“Ha! Come on! Yeah!”

A little further away from Carol, Log is practicing kata with a wooden spear.

After some discussion in the party it was decided that Log would join the vanguard and be taught the art of spear fighting.

I chose to use a spear because it’s relatively easy to handle among weapons with reach.

It is better to be able to attack while keeping your distance from the enemy to reduce the possibility that you will be killed by a monster that gets too close to you and you can’t renew your buffs in time.

It’s been almost two weeks since I taught you how to spear.

I’m getting a little wanderlust.

If he can do so much in such a short time, then perhaps Rog has a talent for spearmanship as well.

The way the logs are going right now, maybe it’s time to move on to some practical guidance.

But I can only teach you the basics of spearplay.

So I’m going to turn to Will for guidance from now on.

The double-edged sword is a weapon that requires training not only in swordsmanship but also in stick fighting.

I have already obtained his permission for this.

He can’t come every day that there isn’t a search, but he seems to come once a week or so.

Thank you very much.

***

“Twenty-nine-seven… Two thousand ninety… Two hundred eighty-three… Two hundred seventy-six, left hand…”

Sophie is sitting in the chair next to me, mouthing the numbers.

And he occasionally taps his thighs with his left and right hands.

What I’m having Sophie do is an exercise in parallel construction.

To master parallel construction, you must be able to do something else at the same time.

Therefore, I have Sophie mutter the numbers 5xx minus 7 and tell her to slap her thigh with her left hand once every three times and with her right hand once every four times.

If you can do this without difficulty, you should be able to get the hang of parallel construction.

He’s still struggling at the moment, but I think he’s got a good point.

This might help you learn parallel construction faster than I assumed.

***

“Okay! Let’s take a break!”

“Dahhh… I’m stuck!”

I tell her we’re taking a break, and she immediately lies down on the floor.

You’re a girl, you shouldn’t be wearing a big…

Log is out of breath, wiping the sweat off his face.

Sophie is also slumped against the backrest.

We’re all pretty tired.

“Master! How about my spear technique!”

When Log comes up to me, he stares at me with puppy dog eyes.

After nearly three weeks, I’m used to it.

“You’re getting better. Maybe it’s time to move beyond kata to more practical instruction.”

Really? Yes!”

Log is gut-punchingly happy.

People can change so much if they want to.

I don’t know much about this guy before.

You’re not who you seem at first.

“By the way, your master is amazing!”

Without any context, the logs are singing my praises.

What the hell was that?

“Because, while you were activating [Flash Flash] so much, you also knew exactly what Sophie and I were doing, didn’t you? It might be a piece of cake for a master who can construct dozens of magic in parallel, but it’s something I can’t do, so it’s amazing.”

Logs are always trying to lift me up.

I’m glad you love me, but I’m worried that you’re blindly trusting me.

I hope they manage to keep a good balance, but it’s difficult.

***

I gave the three of them various menus until late in the evening, and when they had all finished, I called it a day.

After today’s lesson, I went to my grandfather’s shop.