ngeon once Elsa and Alto are settled in.”

“What if Sera’s friends pass by this city while we are not here?”

“I asked the guild to relay a message, and told them about this place.
Plus, we’re getting to the point where we need to start earning money.”

I keep spending it, and I’m starting to see the amount of money I have in hand go down.
I wasn’t really that serious about conquering the dungeon, but the situation is different now.
Of course, I’ll be careful not to overdo it.

I’m not thinking about going to the front lines, but it’s important to save up money for living expenses and for the future.

Mia looks like she feels guilty, because she probably understands the reason, but it’s not like I wasn’t on board with it.

I also check where Rurika and Chris are, and see that it will probably take them a while to get here, so I figure it will be fine.
It’s too bad I can’t use this more, because I have no idea how long it will last.
I think I should at least be able to use it one or two more times…

The next three days are very busy.

We buy more furniture that we’re missing and fix up the placement of everything in the house.

I teach my style of cooking, mostly to Taliyah, check what monsters appear and what materials can be picked in the dungeon up to the tenth floor, check deliver quests… Then at night I do alchemy, and make a replacement necklace for Mia.

Apparently the last one activated a barrier in response to long distance attacks.
It seems to be because the first time she was attacked, it was from a long distance.
I guess I unconsciously got it in my head that a sneak attack has to be from a long distance.

This time, I make sure to think about a close quarters attack too.
But this magic stone isn’t a good quality one, so I have to tell her that this won’t completely stop an attack.
The most it can do is weaken its momentum to lessen the damage.

I also make sure to warn that it’s dangerous to rely on this, and to be careful.

Other than that, I also make magic items that I think might be useful.
I end up with few magic stones because of this, but it’s necessary.

“Well then, we are planning to stay in the dungeon for about ten days.
I’ll leave the rest to you.”

Elsa clenches her fists, ready to do her best.
I still don’t really understand Alto, but he sees us off while waving his hand.
Taliyah says to take care with the same attitude as always.

We’re heading to the dungeon early in the morning, and there are already adventurers and explorers here ready to go.
I see people carrying a lot of luggage, and others pretty lightly equipped.
Most parties range from ten to twenty people, and some groups have matching equipment.

Me, Hikari, Sera, and then Mia.
We all take turns touching the jewel an employee is holding with our cards.

“Party of four.
Name… None.”

“Do we have to pick one?”

“It would be easier for us to remember you if you did, but it’s not strictly necessary.”

Should we talk about that later? Maybe after we meet up with Rurika and Chris and decide what to do.
We might even say goodbye to Sera then.

Speaking of Sera, she takes the lead as we enter the dungeon.
It feels strange when we step inside, like we just crossed some sort of boundary.

There’s one, suspicious looking path stretching straight ahead in front of us.

Is the gate to hell? Or a vault with dormant treasure? I feel anxious, but excited too.
I also feel like I’m really experiencing a fantasy world right now.

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