10 Years After – 177

Let’s Make A Magic Tool


We returned to the mansion in the royal capital.

This was so we could start making the magic tool in Philly’s laboratory.

Kathe and Dorgo also came to the mansion in human form.


Kathe said hesitantly,


“Uh, Locke…”


“I would like to watch you make it…is that alright?”

“Oh, I don’t mind…what about you, Philly?”

“Of course, I don’t mind.”


Philly said. Kathe wagged her tail happily.


“You can watch too, Mister Dorgo.”

“Thank you. I am very interested in this.”


They had shown us very valuable resource material.

And we would be creating something based off of that, so of course, we would share the results.


Milka was also in Philly’s laboratory.


“Master! I want to watch too!”

“I don’t mind. What do you think, Mister Locke?”

“Of course, I don’t mind.”



Milka seemed to be very interested in the making of magic tools.

But it wasn’t something a novice could just understand by watching.

Still, it would be good for her to at least get a feel for it.


If this awakened an interest and she wanted to continue learning, then that would be wonderful.


First, Philly brought up a blueprint for the general construction.


“Locke, what do you think?”

“Let me see…”


It was quite detailed. It also had suggestions for the necessary magic to use.

On the other hand, I talked about the principals of magic and made my own suggestions.


“In that case, I think this kind of magic circle should be used.”

“I see. In that case…”


It was surprisingly fun to talk about this.

I felt that we would be able to make something very good.


After talking for a while, Philly declared,


“Yes! Now it is decided!”


Milka said excitedly.


I turned to Dorgo.


“What do you think, Mister Dorgo?”

“I think it would be wonderful if you succeeded.”


He said this as if he wasn’t completely convinced that we would.

Kathe looked at me seriously.


“I don’t think you can really do it.”

“We can just think of another way if we fail.”

“That’s true.”


Apparently, they both didn’t think it would work.

The wind dragons were good with alchemy, and they found the method that Philly was planning on using to be very difficult.


“Well, I understand your concerns, but I hope you will watch us.”

Philly said with confidence.


As we all watched, Philly started to create the magic tool. This meant creating the materials first.

Orichalcum and Mithril. She used magic stones a small amount of the Philosopher’s Stone.


I also used magic at different times during the process.

I carved in the magic circles with precision.


After about an hour, the magic tool was complete.


“I think it turned out quite well for our first try?”

“Yes. It is good for a prototype.”

Philly and I said as we rested. Kathe was shaking.


Koko wa Ore ni Makasete Saki ni Ike to Itte kara 10 Nen ga Tattara Densetsu ni Natteita

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