[you resonate with this item due to you innate affinity 'Sword-Affinity']
[you have acquired the special skill 'Sword Resonance' lv1]
['Sword Resonance' evolves into 'Weapon Resonance' under the effect of 'Weapon-Mastery']
Skill type: Special
*you are able to view a weapon's information & abilities (the information's clarity depends on your affinity with weapon and its mastery level)
[Lightning Cloud Sword lv.???]
I was bombarded with a long line of system alerts before I could even ask the village head about it.
"It's time to go now, I'm quite a busy person as you know."
I was pushed out of the house by the buff village head, as I failed to even continue what I wanted to say.
I held the sword once again as I checked the information once more, the only thing I could see was the name of the weapon and it rarity, which didn't provide much to say. Everything else was full of ????, including the weapon's level, which reminded me of my intelligence stat which was in the same condition.
The only conclusion I could draw out of this was that me and my skills were just too low leveled to view the information under these ????.
In any case, gaining a skill just by holding the sword meant it was a special item, which further proved my theory. It could probably find more info if I just asked the village head about it, but for some reason he didn't open the door no matter how much I knocked.
So, I decided to try checking the sword by hand, the weapon itself had no sheath as its blue blade shined under the sunlight, while the hilt was red in color with a faint purple jewel embedded in the center. It looked like quite the valuable item, but I couldn't see feel anything special about it other than the sword energy of 'Sword-Affinity' reacting strongly with it, and its incredibly sharp one-edged blade.
I decided to put this matter aside as I wrapped it in a piece of leather and put it in my backpack for now.
I was now in front of the village smithy, the location of the first quest that I decided start with, after going through the list several times.
I split the quests into two categories as to organize them.
On one hand, there were the hunting quests which consisted of subduing & killing certain monsters or collecting certain herbs & materials from some monster habitat in the forest.
On the other hand there were the side-quests, which consisted of helping certain villagers with their labor work or assisting in certain facilities like the smithy I was standing in front of right now.
The reason I decided to start with side quests were simple.
[Quest: Help the smith
Description: the smith is getting old and needs some helping hand with the work in the smithy, you
need to assist him with the work for at least 1 day.
1. coins and essence according to your performance & the period of your help.
2. a chance to acquire knowledge about smithing when you assist him for a certain period of time. ]
In this unknown adventure I would start after the village arc ends, I would have to do a lot of stuff alone. so knowledge about weapon & armor production and other side professions were precious. Since knowledge accompanied by effort translated into skills in my hand, this was quite the opportunity.
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