I’m here now.

“To get identification, you need to join a guild or something.”

The common one is the adventurer guild.
Everyone is accepted as long as they pay, even if they have no special skills.

There’s also the alchemist guild, chemist guild, merchant guild, mage guild, and more, but they won’t accept people as full-fledged members if they don’t have specific skills.

I chant status open in my head, and open the status panel.

After trying some things yesterday, I learned that I don’t have to vocalize that incantation to open it.

I also walked around town for a bit after coming to the inn, and learned a few things.

Name – (Sora Fujimiya ) / Job – (Jobless) / No Level

HP – 40/10 / MP – 40/10

Strength…30 (+1) / Stamina…30 (+1) / Agility…30 (+1)

Magic power…30 (+1) / Dexterity…30 (+1) / Luck…30 (+1)

Skill – (Walking lv3) – Effect – (User won’t get tired no matter how much they walk) – (Get one experience point with each step)

Experience points – 452/4000

Skill points – 2

Skills learned

(Appraisal lv2)

All sorts of things improved.
The experience counter is working as described, and the number has been increasing as I walk.
When it reaches a certain number, I level up.

All stats increased by ten when I leveled up, and now it shows (+1).
Is that a correction value based on the job? That’s my best guess.

Also, I can use one skill point to learn the skills in the skill field.
I don’t know if I can take these back after I used them, so I learned Appraisal just to check and because it seems useful, and left the rest.

As for skills I learned, I figure there’s two ways to level them up.

The first, is to just use skill points.
I would have had to use two skill points to bring Appraisal up to level two, and I don’t know if there’s a limit.

The second, is by increasing proficiency.
Proficiency increases as I use the skill, and makes the skill level up when it reaches a certain point.

I tried leveling up Appraisal like this, and the amount of proficiency it needs also increases with each level up.

Proficiency didn’t go up when I tried to appraise the same thing multiple times, but it did when I left an hour gap between appraisals.

Then I checked to see how many skill points it would take to bring it up to level three, since I brought it up to level two with proficiency, and it turns out I need three.

I guess that means the necessary points are relative to the level.

But the most notable thing… Is really that I’m jobless.

When I tried to use Appraisal on my job, it showed me all sorts of jobs I could choose, but they were all gray, just like the skills I haven’t learned, and I can’t pick any of them.

When I use Appraisal on the gray letters, nothing happens.
Is my Appraisal level too low, or is it just that I can’t use Appraisal on them at all?

It’s too bad, because if I knew what I needed to change jobs, I could learn skills more effectively with that in mind.

That’s pretty much all I learned yesterday, and now my stomach is growling.

The sun is rising, and I’m starting to see people walk around on the street.

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