The Jack-of-all-trades Kicked Out of the Hero’s Party ~ The Swordsman Who Became a Support Mage Due to Party Circumstances, Becomes All Powerful – Chapter 41

The Men of The First Squadron

CH41: The Men of The First Squadron

We’ve left the conference room and are now moving to the search section.

Apparently, all the members had some free time on their hands. So we’re all meeting up now.”

Selma tells me as we head to the rendezvous point.

It looks like we’re going to meet up with the party members now, just like they said this morning.

I don’t have a problem with all of us getting together, but how does Selma have such real-time information?

We were together the whole time, weren’t we?

When I asked Selma the question, she gave me a wry smile and said, “I’ll tell you later.” He said, “I’ll tell you later.

There’s some kind of trick.


“Oh, what’s this?”

My honest thoughts spilled out of my mouth.

Selma led me to a place where there were a lot of books.

The number of books in the library is about several thousand.

I glanced at the spines of the books in the storage room. There were books on magical beasts and books on each level of the hierarchy.

“Even Orn was surprised by this…”

“Excuse me, are all the books in here related to the Grand Maze?”

“Ah, most of the books are about the labyrinths in the country, but there are some books about the Grand Labyrinth as well. The information published by the guilds as well as the information gathered by the clans themselves are written in the book.”

This is the power of the big clans.

A heroic party can’t gather this much information.

It’s a clan with a lot of explorers, so it’s possible.

I was overwhelmed by the amount of information the Clan possessed.

If all we have here is information about the labyrinth… There’s a lot of information about magic tools too, right?

Is this paradise?

I’d like to stay here for a while and read up on all the original information you’ve gathered so far.

“Even Orns can have that twinkle in their eyes…”

“But there’s so much information right in front of me! That’s why you’re looking at me like this!”

“I see… The books in here can be read by any member of the group. They can’t take them out of the building, though.

Selma’s a little taken back.

I’m certainly not usually this high-strung.

But there’s so much information out there I might not even know!

Who wouldn’t be excited? No, there’s no such person!

“Can I read it?”

“I’m sorry you’re so happy to see me, but I’m afraid our meeting has to take precedence…”

I was.

The reason I came here was a face to face.

It’s no use. The book won’t run away. We’ll just have to be patient.


There were more than a dozen doors in the back of the library.

Selma opens the most solid door of them all and invites me in.

“This is the room that we, the First Squad, are assigned to. This is where most of our meetings take place… I see you’re all here.

Looks like they’re all already inside.

I’m gonna follow Selma into the room.

Inside the room wasn’t much different from the room where we had our meetings at the mansion we were renting for the heroes’ party.

There is a large table and five chairs in the center, a large blackboard on the wall, and a stockpile of supplies for exploration in the back.

And besides Mr. Wilkes, who I met this morning, there were two other girls.

Both of you were in last month’s joint strike.

I’m sorry you had to come all the way out here for a freebie. I told you what this is about. Let’s all introduce ourselves once again.

“Yeah. Okay. Well, it’s been a while, right? I’m Llane Hagwell, 24 years old, a ・・・・! I’m a mage. Nice to meet you.

Mr. Lane introduced himself, emphasizing his age.

I’m sorry to say this, but Mr. Lane looks like he’s in his early teens.

At the time of the joint defeat, I remember thinking that it was impossible for such a child to participate, but I was shocked to find out that he was actually twenty-four years old.

She wears her black hair tied up in two buns just between her shoulders and ears.

Her eyes are a clear sky blue.

He wears a black and blue robe.

I think the size is a little off…

From what I saw during last month’s joint defeat, they seemed to be placing more emphasis on quality than quantity, and were firing off a series of special-class magic on a limited scale.

Yes, yes. I’m next! My name is Lucretia Ortiz. I’m a supporter and a healer. You can call me Lucretia. We’re close in age, so please get to know each other.

You’re still the same cheerful girl I remember from first impressions.

She has shoulder-length blonde hair and blue eyes.

She’s wearing a black blouse, a blue mini-skirt, and black tights.

During the joint defeat he took part in the attack as a sorcerer rather than a healer.

The main magic is advanced magic, and its activation speed is neither fast nor slow.

I’ll be next. My name is Wilkes Severly. I’m 20 years old. I’m a defender by trade though I’ve been a vanguard attacker for a while now. I thought I was going to end up as a vanguard attacker, so I’m glad Orn joined us. Call me Will. Nice to meet you!”

Is that why he was standing around like a vanguard attacker in the joint defeat?

It’s true that the leader who accompanied us on our search for guidance was a defender. If Anthem or Bannerd had been brought up in the first squad, he would have been converted to a vanguard attacker.

Wilkes has long silver hair and amber eyes.

He is wearing a three-quarter length jacket and looks generally flirtatious.

But he’s the explorer that’s been selected for this first squad. I’m sure he’s capable.

“I don’t think I need to introduce myself anymore, my name is Selma Claudel. I’m the leader of this party, and I’m a supporter… I’m a grant mage. Basically, I’ll be giving you instructions while you explore the labyrinth, but if you have any questions, just ask. Once again, thank you.”

Selma is, as they say, the best grantor on the continent.

He is said to have mastered all the common magic arts.

And his speed and effectiveness are both perfect. He is truly one of the top searchers.

“And last but not least, there’s me. My name is Orn Dura. I’m 18 years old. I’m a vanguard attacker. I’ll do my best to keep up with this party as soon as possible.

“Eighteen? You’re the same age!”

Apparently, Lecrae is eighteen years old.

Selma’s 21, I think. The average age is low.

And the brave party.

“Since we’re all party members from today, there’s no need to use honorifics. It’s inefficient to use honorifics since it makes the conversation unnecessarily long.”

“Yeah, but I’m younger and new here…”

“I’m also younger than you, and I’m the latest to join, except for Orn-kun, but I don’t use honorifics, so I don’t have any problem with it!”

“I think you should have a little more respect for your elders.”

“What the hell! Will is nothing but a fool! How can I respect someone like that!”

“I’m not a chump! I’m acting on my beliefs!”

“Oh, is that how you pick up girls?”

“I’m not hitting on you! Don’t mislead me!”

“What? Because the other day…”

“Duh! Don’t say that!”

The two of them suddenly started talking to each other.

In the end, my excuses didn’t work, and the honorifics were omitted.

It might be better to speak without honorifics, so that you can get closer quickly.

Honorifics give the impression of strangerliness.

You have to be aware of the right time and place, but…


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