The Twice-Exiled Adventurer, Using His Super Rare Skills To Train a Squad of Beautiful Girls! – Chapter 86

𝐃𝐮𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐨𝐧 𝐀𝐭𝐭𝐚𝐜𝐤

𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝟖𝟔: 𝐃𝐮𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐨𝐧 𝐀𝐭𝐭𝐚𝐜𝐤

The clacking of shoes echoes through the labyrinth.

Lacris Labyrinth.

No one knows who built it, when, or why.

Such dungeons are quite common around the world.

They’re similar to ruins, but not quite the same.

“Dungeon attacks are the real thrill of being an adventurer, aren’t they! Mommy Nel!”

Asuka, walking in the vanguard, is visibly excited.

I agree with her sentiments, but she’s getting carried away.

“Asuka.”

“I know! Keep a strict watch on the front, right!”

She’s preempted my warning.

The front line is occupied by Asuka and Salieri, I’m slightly behind, followed by Miliaria and Meisha, as per usual formation.

I hold the lantern while Salieri and Miliaria light up with magic at the tip of their staves.

Meanwhile, Meg is scouting ahead invisibly.

Our formation is solid, so I can’t really blame Asuka for letting her guard down.

But that doesn’t mean she should.

I’m one hand down. Since Salieri is also taking care of the light source, Asuka has to be the first responder.

Isn’t it her duty to bear the brunt of monster attacks and take them down?

“Now, now, Mother Nel. We understand how Asuka feels. It’s been a long time since we’ve been in a dungeon.”

Miliaria comforted me, seeing my sigh.

Last time, we came to exterminate a Chimera that had taken over the tenth floor. This time, the goal isn’t monster extermination but dungeon exploration.

Our strategy is to assist the [Hard-Boiled Guys], who are stuck at the forty-fourth floor, and push forward to the fiftieth floor.

Of course, it’s not as simple as it sounds.

In almost all dungeons, the deeper you go, the more powerful the monsters become, and the traps set on doors and treasure chests become more dangerous.

But clearing them and moving forward is the very essence and thrill of being an adventurer.

“Neldan-san. Neldan-san. I think I’ve found something like a hidden room.”

Meg, who had returned without making a sound, gave her puzzling report.

“Something like?”

“Yes. Structurally, there should be a room.”

“What do you mean? Can you understand the structure of the building?”

“No way I can understand such things. But. . .”

Having said that, Meg took out a notebook from her pocket.

It’s something I had given her to write down anything she noticed while we were active.

It was filled with closely written text.

Her handwriting was hardly beautiful, considering she had only recently learned to read and write.

“This is a rough sketch of the current fortieth floor.”

All eyes focused on the notebook.

With Miliaria’s magic detection, we finally found the entrance to the hidden room.

More accurately, we found the location of the device needed to open the entrance.

However, once the location is identified, it becomes Meg’s arena.

Using several delicate tools, she opens the entrance.

Rather than a room, it was more like a hall.

There were three doors at the front.

“The elevator, the monster deployment center, and the treasury are written on the plate.”

Salieri read it for us casually.

It’s impressive that she can easily read languages from the far east or even ancient scriptures.

I thought it was due to the education he received as a special forces member, but it seems to come from the innate ability of heroes.

It seems to be a language comprehension ability, where she can read and write languages from any country relatively easily.

How great.

I wish I had such abilities too.

It seems much more useful in life than tactical vision or strategic planning ability.

“Now everyone, which door do we enter?”

[Treasury!]

Immediately, four voices harmonize.

That’s expected.

The one who didn’t harmonize was simply standing still, so it’s not an issue.

Even if we asked for her opinion, she would just say something like, “I leave it to Nelnel.”

Choosing the treasury here is like the fate of adventurers.

“Leave it to me.”

Meg, who came forward with both hands waving, took out seven tools from her clothes and arranged them on the floor.

Then, she carefully started examining the door.

Like a shrine maiden’s prayer, solemnly.

“Hehehe. Here? Is this place good?”

Rather, it was somewhat perverted.

When I think about it, even her movements look appealing.

There’s a clicking sound.

Meg smiles smugly.

“I’ve unlocked the key to your heart.”

Shut up.

Shut up.

Why is such a performance necessary?

The door slowly opens.

“Woaaaaaah!”

Asuka lets out a strange scream.

I understand the feeling.

It’s a treasure trove of gold and silver. Even if we were to sell at a throwaway price, the six of us could probably live leisurely for about ten years.

We hit the jackpot.

“It seems there are no magic items. That’s a shame.”

Miliaria seems slightly disappointed, but it’s still quite impressive.

I remember when they couldn’t pay the donation to the Adventurer’s Guild and clung to me and Jennifer. These girls.

Now, at least, they don’t have to worry about living.

“Don’t underestimate money, Miliaria. It can reduce some of the world’s miseries.”

If we can’t use it all, it’s good to donate to an orphanage or a church.

By giving back to the world in this way, people can be saved.

“Yes. Mom. I was reckless.”

Miliaria bows her head in solemnity.

Good girl.

“That’s right, Miliaria. You can’t eat magic items, but with this treasure, you can eat a lot of delicious food.”

And Meisha, she hasn’t changed since we met.


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