Translating Japanese Web Novels to English


Updated 05 Sep 2023

Chapter 3: Adventurer’s Guild

Translator: Tseirp


After obtaining the qualifications from the Healer’s Guild, typically healers would apply for apprenticeship in a clinic, but I decided to go against the flow.


Then where was I headed? Yup. It wasn’t a clinic but the Adventurer’s Guild.


“Still, this is way too different from the Healer’s Guild. What is with this dangerous atmosphere?”

As I murmured about the unforgiving atmosphere, I proceeded to not think about anything and aimed solely for the reception counter.


“Excuse me, I would like to register as an adventurer.”

The person I casually spoke to was the first beastwoman I’ve met in this world.


I was thrilled.

However I suppressed my excitement and decided to converse plainly using my work mode.


If I changed my attitude due to feeling impressed there, I would definitely be attacked by some template-like situation.


Once that happens, I can only imagine my death.

I currently did not even have leeway to speak slowly, let alone such an encounter.


“Welcome to the Adventurer’s Guild. Please fill in your name, race and age here.”


The parchment Beast-san handed to me with a beautiful smile was basically the same as the one from the Healer’s Guild with the exception that it didn’t have a ‘birthplace’ requirement.

Is it because there are many rowdy individuals around? At the moment I didn’t even have the leeway to talk about such a thing.


“Please either infuse blood or magical power into this card.”


I immediately channeled my magical power into the card and returned it to the receptionist.


“Okay. Everything is in order. Because you already have the Taijutsu skill, the adventurer’s registration is complete. 

Thus I received my adventurer’s card and was now an adventurer.


Following that, the receptionist with cute bunny ears gave me a terribly detailed description of the Adventurer’s guild.


I wasn’t in the right mind so I didn’t manage to listen properly.

Various information such as one cannot register for the Adventurer’s Guild without possessing an attack skill were redundant as I had already completed my registration.

Incidentally, I passed my registration because I possess the Taijutsu skill.


She went on to explain the Adventurer Guild’s ranking system but I didn’t have much interest in it so I didn’t pay any attention to her.


The important point was that upon successfully completing a request, 10% of the reward would be deducted as a management fee for the guild.

That was about it.


Naturally, I started from the lowest adventurer rank of H. 

I had no complaints.


“Please take note that there would be a penalty if you fail a request.”

Those words were imprinted in my ears.


I input only the important points into my head while I moved on to the main reason I came to the Adventurer’s Guild.

“Can adventurers put up requests as well?”

“Yes, you can.”

Her ears bobbed up and down as she nodded.

Yup. That’s cute but I don’t have the time for it right now.


“You mentioned that there is a training ground downstairs? Is there anybody who can guide me to improve my Taijutsu skill?” 


“Yes, of course. There are adventurers and staffs who can do so. However, although it is training, a certain fee is charged depending on the duration of guidance. Are you okay with that?”


Well as expected. I guess it was too much to expect of Extravagant Luckto generate volunteers to guide me.


“How much would it cost for guidance from a polite person who gives easy to understand instructions?”

It was likely that I would be beaten to death if I make a mistake when learning from a rough person.


“Hmm. Well~ It is up to negotiations but 1 hour would cost roughly 1 silver.”

That was quite a bit costlier than expected.


“Ah, erm, are there any requests for healers? Could I get a discount or offset the price by providing healing services?”

“… We don’t have such a thing but… Could you please wait a moment?”

“Of course.”


Bunny ears-san disappeared underground after listening to my reply.


Following that I felt a really piercing gaze from behind me but maybe it was a right choice to continue standing in place as I somehow didn’t get tangled up in a situation.


After I withstood the pressure for a few minutes, the receptionist who finally returned summoned me towards a rugged looking uncle.


“Are you the fledgling who can use healing magic?”

He had a rough voice and scars all over his body including his face reminiscent of military sergeants found in mangas. However, in my previous life I met plenty of tough-looking directors who were surprisingly kind, so I persuaded to myself that I shouldn’t be prejudiced and answered.


“Yes. I just registered as an adventurer, my name is Luciel. I wish to improve both martial arts and healing magic and was just consulting the receptionist for any requests to earn some money as well.”    


“Hou. How rare despite being a healer. My name is Broad. It looks like you already have the Taijutsu skill? Why would a healer want more fighting capabilities?”

As though he could see through me, he detected my skill just by the power of observation. 


“Because I am useless in actual combat. I have not mentally prepared myself and if I get attacked by a common weak monster during my travels I will likely die. I strive to prevent that from happening and I wish to at least improve until the stage where I am capable of defending myself.”


Broad-san agreed with a harumph. He rubbed his chin and thought for a while before he spoke.


“That is fine. Because you are H rank, we will hire you as a healing personnel for the arena. The pay is 1 silver an hour. The working hours and employment period are up to you, boy. When would you like to start training?”


Ah, this person might be a nice person after all.

“If that is the case then I will start three days later.”


“Understood. Nanaera, I leave the arrangements to you.” 


“Yes, Broad-san. Ah, I am Nanaera. I look forward to working with you.”


“Nanaera-san, right? I will be in your care.”

As I exchanged greetings with Nanaera-san, I felt the stare from before become stronger. 

But the gaze disappeared after Broad-san looked behind me.

I’ll call him my mentor.

I left the Adventurer’s Guild feeling impressed and head back to the Healer’s Guild.


“You are perspiring a lot. Are you okay?”

I reassured Monica-san that I was fine and escaped to my room.


“If I can’t cast healing magic despite being a healer, I have a feeling Broad-san would give up on me.”


I piled on practice as I imagined a future that I did not want to happen.

However, because the required skill proficiency doubled, I tried to concentrate and memorize holy magic but my skill proficiency did not rise much.


I solidified the image in my mind, concentrated on my blood vessels, muscles and bone. But each Heal I used did not raise my skill proficiency as much as before. One Heal only raised proficiency by a maximum of 4. 

I trained while pondering ways to improve but three days passed in the blink of an eye.


I left my room and proceeded to the first floor. 

“Thank you very much, Krull-san.”

This time Krull-san was the receptionist.


“Yup. Please work hard. Also if you see Lumina-sama, be sure to thank her.”

“Yup. Of course I will.”

After saying so, I began moving towards the Adventurer’s Guild.


As usual a dangerous atmosphere drifted about within the Adventurer’s Guild. I reached the reception counter after tensely walking at a quick pace to avoid attention.


“Welcome. Are you here to accept, report or post a request?”

The receptionist on duty was a human race woman roughly about 20 years old. I told her my purpose for coming.


“I am Luciel, I made a request for Broad-san and received a request from Broad-san.”

“Could you please pass me your adventurer’s card? Luciel-sama it is. Broad-san is waiting for you underground. Thank you.”


The conversation proceeded smoothly.


“Likewise, thank you.”


I descended the stairs as instructed and saw something that looked just like an arena? It was a building that momentarily made me mistake it for something else.

The training field was an enormous 100m square field.


“Sure is wide.”

I murmured.


“It sure is. Fledgling? Let us begin immediately. I will begin with the basics so don’t run away, okay?”

I turned back to look because I suddenly heard his voice.

Broad-san was there. Since when? As I was thinking, I suddenly felt a pressure that I had never felt before and was forced to take a fighting stance. 

And from that oppressive pressure, I wondered if it was a mistake to issue the request to Broad-san.

It was inevitable that I would think of asking my past self that. 

And so my training started.


“Hey hey hey, run properly. You would be goblin bait if you have no spirit.”

I ran at full speed around the perimeter while being bathed in jeers.


“Hey, your body is too stiff. If you do that you will get injured.”

I was gradually pushed to my limit as he pointed out my flaws.


“Use your hands. Extend your feet. You are too slow.”

While receiving strong comments I fainted again and again, just to have water poured on me each time.


I thought to myself.

Certainly he was teaching me necessary pointers for Taijutsu. But where was the polite guidance that I requested?

While under constant supervision, I trained in accordance with Broad-san’s training method. Training was very hard but at least it wasn’t painful.

Although I vowed to concentrate and make an effort, I was puzzled as to why there wasn’t much difficult content.

Rather than running away I wonder if it’s really okay like this? I repeatedly asked and answered myself as I followed his voice.


Broad established only one single rule on me.


That I cannot use healing magic on myself. 


He explained that instead of using healing magic, relying on natural recovery to occur allows one to learn skills related to increasing the recovery amount of stamina.  


I obediently obeyed after hearing that reasoning.

And so until I master the stamina recovery skill I decided to endure from using healing magic. 


Instead of healing myself, I healed the wounds of other adventurers. I continued to use the healing magic Heal, once I reached the magic depletion state I would resume my Taijutsu training to improve my stamina.


I meditated whenever I could no longer move my body, promoting the recovery of my magical power and stamina, and then resumed the training to strengthen my Taijutsu.  


At long last such a long day was finally over.


“Kid. You have guts. Alright. From today onwards stay in the guild. We will provide for your three meals. It doesn’t look like you have any change of clothes so we’ll provide you with some old clothes as well. Don’t worry they have been washed. However, don’t run away halfway okay?”


Instructor Broad said to me. Ooo! Bed and even three meals are provided free of charge. Extravagant Luck-sensei really shines.


“Hahaha. Yes. Thank you very much.”


After saying my thanks, I washed my body at the well behind the guild and was treated to a meal in the dining hall. Then I was guided to the sleeping chambers and laid on the bed as if I was made of mud… but I didn’t sleep.

No, I couldn’t sleep.


“I am tired but how can a modern person sleep at 19:00?”

Thus after alternating between training healing magic and meditation for three hours, I eventually slept.


The next day I was deep in thought while staring at the ceiling reflected in my field of vision.

“It’s got to be the bad influence of novels for me to stare at the ceiling.”

I muttered as I welcomed the morning.


As I exited the sleeping chambers, the guild staff were surprised that I woke up so early.


“Usually most of the healers are sloppy with time?”

As I conversed with the staff who told me that, I thought to myself ‘Do all healers oversleep?’.


Just as instructed by Instructor Broad, I began running around the training field after doing my stretches.


Then, as I was making an effort to use magic while running, Broad-san invited me over for breakfast at the dining hall. 

“Kid, it’s breakfast. Come.”


I was there yesterday and I suppose I’d be having my meals there in the future as well.


“Grulga. This is Luciel who I was talking about yesterday. Take care of his three meals a day from now on.

A wolf beastman the size of a bear emerged.


“Understood. I’m Grulga. I’ve received payment from Broad so eat whatever you fancy. But apart from that, you must drink this disgusting drink that is good for your body after meals.”


An issued drink? Wa, it has a strangely poisonous color.


“Th .. this is?”

I stared at the ominous object X.


“Simply put it is something that has the effect of helping your growth. It will raise your muscle strength, endurance and response speed (Or so I’m told).”


Is it a protein supplement? I tsukkomi-ed in my mind as I posed a question to bear-san in front of me.


“I have not heard of this substance before but what are the effective duration and demerits?”


“It is effective for 6 hours and the only demerit is that it tastes really damn bad so be at ease.”

He grinned with a savage face.


I finished my meal and after preparing myself, I declared while holding a cup.

“Then, I’ll drink.”


All in one mouthful. The moment it entered my mouth, it gave me the feeling that I should not drink such a thing.


As expected of object X for the taste and smell to almost make me lose consciousness but I was too afraid of the bear to spit it out.


The taste of bitterness like mud, bad odor, acrid taste, spiciness and sourness moved about back and forth in my mouth. Somehow I managed to endure it and swallowed it in one go.


I felt a weird queasy feeling pervade my body.


“Ooo. Just like Broad described, you’re a sturdy person to be able to drink that.”



Bear-san muttered something that I couldn’t catch.


“It’s nothing. Go out there and train hard for your Taijutsu today too.”

 I was sent out after that reply.


“So that was Luciel? To be able to drink this completely. Man, he seriously has guts.”

Grulga muttered in a low voice unheard by Luciel.



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  1. His luck is too stronk! whaahahaha
    Thanks for all the chapter, I reaalllly enjoyyy it!

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    ┃Thanks! Nepu!!┃
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  3. Thanks such interesting story !

  4. luck-sensei is super OP!!

  5. Anonymous

    I have a feeling he got trolled into drinking that

  6. He just drank poison bahaha.
    Thanks for the chapter!

  7. Thanks for the chapter Tseirp!

  8. alexorario

    Thank you for the chapter!

  9. AnimeLoverSAO1

    A healer who excels in hand to hand combat…badass.. And hes gotten attention from Lumina and the guild master! How will she react when she finds out Luciel joined the Adventure Guild! I really like this guy. Accepts the challenge in order to be successful with all his hard work. He has guts!

  10. lol?

    “He detected my skill just by the power of observation.”

    Huh? How he knows the beastwoman didn’t tell him the skills?

    “we will hire you as a healing personnel for the arena. The pay is 1 silver for 1 hour”

    In the previous chapter it said : 1 heal = 1 silver.., in 1h he could earn more money by himself instead to work..

    • Yes 1 heal = 1 silver but what he wants is to have a teacher teach him survival skills so they are offering him that rate in exchange for tutoring him

  11. Oninomad

    All day healing and he gets to torture a rookie and all it cost him is room and board, Board is the lucky one.

  12. puppy0cam

    he is more ignorant than sturdy…

  13. aFallenLeaf

    What’s on the drink????? XD
    Thanks for the chapter!

  14. SpinelesS

    Does his appraisal skill only work on skills etc? I know I would have appraised the drink if I could…

    Thanks for the translations 😛

  15. one silver and hour, the same cost it is for him to improve taichi. He can learn as many hours as he work, it’s quite cheap considering. Well, within the limits of his mana.

    He seems to already have an enemy. Is it someone who got a crush on the receptionist ? 😐

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