A silver ring with a small blue sapphire-like jewel embedded on it appeared out from the void, it started falling down but I caught it at once.
[ 100 cubic meter spatial ring purchased - 2000 TP consumed! ]
[ Immediate synchro enchant, double size enchant, overload enchant purchased, and item binding enchant - 1000 TP consumed! ]
[Choose the item you would like to add the enchant to…..]
I concentrated on the ring that I just acquired, light flashed as the ring went through big changes.
The sapphire turned red, while the ring's body turned into a reddish black color as it turned into a bit wilder type of ring.
[ Elemental weapon creation ticket purchased - 300 TP Consumed ]
[ Light armor creation ticket - 99 TP consumed ]
Two more tickets that looked quite similar to the skill ticket I just used, they were the last items I decided on.
[ TP left : 1 ]
[ 21h: 39m: 55s ]
Checking the time I had left, I started inspecting the items I just received. Through my early browse, I found quite the game breaking items, skills, and enchants. However, the prices of such items easily went high above my current points, there were even an item called 'Za Warudo' that cost close to 100k TP.
As such was the situation, I decided on buying stuff that focus more on increase my practical battle abilities instead of random items that would give me limited boosts or whatever.
The first item I chose was a spatial ring, which works like an 'Inventory' but slightly more realistic.
['Spatial ring' (Special)
Description: A spatial tool that holds an independent space, allowing the user to store & take out anything at will through mind connection
Space size: 100 cubic meters.]
I put the ring in my finger as I felt a sudden sting as two thorns that just came out of the ring stabbed my finger.
['Spatial ring' (Special****)
Restriction: can be used only by Ian Cloud*.
Description: A spatial tool that holds an independent space, allowing the user to store & take out anything at will through mind connection. Has two special effects.
Effect 1: Immediate synchro*. (passive)
Effect 2: Overload*. (one-time use, active)
Space size: 200 cubic meters*.]
This was how my ring's description looked like compared to the original from the tutorial shop. This was the effect of the 1000 TP I spent to buy suitable enchants that made the item look efficient than a higher priced ones.
The Immediate synchro was similar to the side ability of 'Overcome'. However, it was much more painful than over-time synchronization, this was the price for faster power accumulation. Nonetheless, I decided to purchase it as soon as I saw it even though it cost 500 TP, as the benefits outweigh the hardship. The pain wasn't harmful to the body as it was just more about the user's senses, it could be even used to train resolution and pain resistance.
As for the double size enchant which came with a price tag of 300 TP, which gave the ring a size close to the [ 250 cubic meter spatial ring - 3000 TP ] and seemed to be quite the bargain, it was just more about relativity.
Normal items could only hold 1~2 enchants , while special ones could hold up to 4. However, items which could be expanded like spatial rings can only hold 1 double size enchant, meaning that this ring would be stuck forever with a 200 cubic meter space. In that case, such a big space which was about the size of a moderately sized house worked well for me, but it would be quite small for wandering traders who would buy higher graded rings instead of settle for doubling the size of a small one.
Overload was a consumable active boost that I decided to keep for emergencies, while item binding made it so only I can use it.
To be honest, I wanted to stop at this point and keep the rest of the points for later, but Zero said that tutorial points could only be used after it ended and I wouldn't be able to use them to shop at a later stage, I decided to get two ability related tickets.
At first, I searched for other skill tickets, but the only thing I found was limited normal skill tickets that had a 50% chance of giving a random normal skill & the other 50% was the chance of getting nothing. But then I noticed these tickets that could only be bought once by this stage
They were both tickets that generated ability relating items like the skill tickets, it seemed like gambling but it was the opposite. If you have enough ability you are guaranteed to receive something special, otherwise it's just a waste of points.
By the end of the shopping session, I only had one point, a ring, and two tickets.
I started experimenting with the little ring for quite a while. An hour later, I had put most of my stuff inside after figuring out how it worked in detail.
As long as I thought about it I could get a view of the internal space of the ring where items floated as if frozen in space, as if time was stopped inside.
I could also view it as a screen by lightly touching the ring, which gave me a detailed cover up on the items I had in it.
Taking out the item only required me to think about the item before it appeared on any place in my body that I wanted it too, using the game-like screen transferred the item directly to my hand from inside the ring in a similar but limited fashion.
I finally stopped fiddling with the ring as the messy space that my items made around me disappeared, it was time to move on to the next target on hand….
- here is today's only chapter!
- Although I did say that I'm going to take a day off, I ended up taking three as I had no access to internet for these days. As such, including today's second chapter, I still owe about 5 chapter and two more days of double releases.
- To sum it up, other than the normal daily release I still have 7/7 bonus chapter to release which I will try to do very soon.. Hopefully that is, anyways, cheers!
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