It Looks Like My Next Destination Was Decided
‘…Here. You can have this.’
‘Oh, thank you.’
Several hours after the mushroom hunting.
I accepted the finished potion from the Dryad.
…It was an MP recovery potion that returned your MP to the state it was in 10 minutes ago.
Fighting a dragon would be much easier with this.
‘Are you sure that’s all you want? You can take more if you need.’
The Dryad asked as she carried a slime who was storing a large number of recovery potions.
I answered her.
‘Yeah. I don’t think I would be able to use the other ones anyway.’
Still, I ended up accepting what was considered 10 refills for a normal human.
I was originally going to let her take all of it, but she had made more than expected.
She said she could give me twice as much, but I didn’t need them.
I was only taking them as a backup, even if they weren’t very effective.
Perhaps I could pass them on to a friend one day.
After all, the Dryad’s potions were actually stronger than most medicine… It just seemed like nothing when you wanted to use something like Hellfire of Death.
And I would only run out of MP during a fight. There was no time to drink down several liters of the stuff. So it wasn’t too useful to me.
And as it was quite valuable, I thought the Dryad would make better use of it.
‘Thank you. I’ll keep it then. Let me know if you ever need any help.’
‘Got it. I’ll contact you through the slimes if that happens.’
And with that, we parted ways.
Now…I guess I could take it easy and wait for the scouts to return.
Several days later.
I heard that the scouts had returned with their report, and so I headed over to the guild.
“Here is your reward then.”
They found nothing wrong and so I was able to receive my reward.
I had only reported that the dragon had disappeared, and yet I received quite a sum.
…Now I would be able to leave the city.
In spite of everything, this place was actually quite comfortable to live in, and I wouldn’t have minded staying here and taking on quests… But waking up in another world is not something that happens to everyone, and so I wanted to go around and see more.
Besides, there was probably a safer and more comfortable place to make my permanent home.
I was quite sure that if I stayed here, the manager would start making strange requests.
I thought about this while looking at the quest board.
There was nothing that looked interesting to me.
…I left the guild when that was done and saw Tina and Lisa were also there.
They had come to accept a quest.