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|Title||My Necromancer Class Novel|
|Date Of Published||15th February 2023|
|Keyword||My Necromancer Class 2023|
My Necromancer Class Novel
A strong wind caused a tree branch to beat against Jay’s window, stirring him awake. Ah! Finally, today is the day of my class. Awakening thought Jay as he got out of bed with a spring in his step. He freshened up with some water before making his way downstairs for breakfast.
Cooking up a fish, Jay began scoffing it down as he thought about how his life would change, getting more enthused with each passing second. For a moment, he gazed out the window at some Mischief in a nearby Field, watching as they phased in and out of the Mist, disappearing and reappearing. Since Jay watched the Sheep every morning as he ate breakfast alone, he felt a little sentimental, ‘this might be the last week I live in this Village, he thought with a solemn smile before cleaning up his plate. Today was the day he would get his class.
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It would open up new opportunities in his life. And allow him to leave this small, quiet Village, and nothing was going to stop him from enjoying every moment. The wait is almost over. Smile J thinks he could finally start killing monsters, leveling up, and officially starting his journey as an adventurer. But the first step is touching the Mana conduit.
Getting up from breakfast, Jay left his small house, which was a two-story Butchery. He started walking towards the only building in town with a Mana conduit. In the Adventurous Guild.
The Mana conduit was a large magic Crystal that gave adventurers their class when they touched it. By law, everyone who turned 18 years old that year must place their hand on a Mana Conduit on the seventh day of the seventh month. In order to gain a class, no one would ever break this rule, as getting a class benefited everyone.
After all, not getting a class would mean you would get no skills, abilities, or magic power. Without those, you would have to live a quiet boring life as punishment for someone like Jay.
Looking at the dark cloudy sky as he walked through the stone streets, he frowned slightly. Ah, just my luck. Rain better pulls over my hood. He thought as he pulled up a black hood. The rain sucks, but today is still going to be great though. A little rain won’t dampen my mood. He encouraged himself with a chuckle smiling under his hood.
Walking along the muddy path towards the adventurous Guild, it tempted Jay to curse at the dreary weather as it sprinkled a little more heavily now. Meanwhile, more thick dark clouds gathered overhead, blocking out any chances of sunlight gleaming through.
Jay pursed his lips. He would have stayed home if he had the choice. However, if someone failed to reach a Mana conduit, then they wouldn’t get a class. To live a life as a mediocre civilian at the mercy of the beast monsters and other races would be a curse in this magical Medieval World. So on this particular day, even snow would not stop Jay. With acai, Jay pushed on halfway up the mountain, now nearly there. I hope my practice with the knife gives me a cool swordsman’s class, he thought to himself.
Surely the system will consider that I’ve been using a knife as a butcher for the last few years. Ooh, maybe it will even give me a rare passive ability. His eyes became more excited. Jay walked faster, thinking about the possibilities, excited about becoming a powerful swordsman and having legendary Adventures.
No more was life going to be mundane, making money as a butcher to get by. after Jay’s father moved to another Village to start a second butcher shop, he took over the business here in Alaska. There was brief contact between Jay and his father, who may as well have been dead since Jay never received as much as a letter from him. Part of him felt abandoned.
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Jay cast these sad thoughts aside and kept walking, each step bringing him closer to a New Life. The muddy road to the adventure Association curved up around a hill that overlooked The Village, dodging Rocky outcrops as it led to the Adventurers Association gate. There were a few other people walking up the dirt road too. Some spoke to each other and walked together, but most kept to themselves, the dark weather suppressing any chance of a warm conversation.
The Hill was large, and the path was long, causing Jay to sweat slightly as he panted; I’m pretty unfit, he thought as he started huffing. I should have started training or something. Oh well. He shook his head. Suddenly a deep man’s voice called out from behind, startling most of the young adventurers on the road
a large bulky man clad in armor was riding a horse ahead of a carriage. Make way for nobility, and he called out his raspy voice had the Airy authority of a war-torn veteran. With a short sword strapped to his waist, he rode on a black Glade horse ahead of a luxurious Carriage as he continued to call out. The man didn’t even turn his head towards Jay expecting anyone to move at his call.
The safety of the young Noble was clearly his only priority. The night was overqualified for his position. Just by looking at him, anyone could see his boredom. Yet, he still emitted a kind of dangerous pressure when he came closer. As he rode past, a trail of steam followed him, his sword sheath releasing steam when droplets of rain landed on it must have a ruby gem. Heh, it must be nice being rich though J is secretly not risking to say it out loud.
In this world, gems gave weapons attributes; there was a ruby gem embedded into the short sword, which gave the sword plus three fire damage. A passive effect was that it felt warm to the touch. When drawn, the blade would glow red-hot able to carve through flesh like paper and only leave a cauterized wound behind.
A wound such as this would block instantaneous healing abilities. One would have to cut off the cauterization before attempting to heal it. It was common to see these gems embedded into larger objects but to put them into smaller things like swords required great skill. The fire attribute had to be channeled into the blade and not into the handle lest it burns the wielder. This made the weapon so expensive. The smaller the embedded object, the more expensive it was.
Jay did his best to move to the side of the path, getting out of the Way of the rich Knight. The Hill was steep at the edge of the road. They had built it up to make a slightly wider path, though, over time, it had degraded. Standing on the edge of the road to give way to the Carriage, Jay realized he didn’t have enough room, but it was too late to do anything about it.
Having no choice but to dodge the oncoming Carriage, he stepped back toward the edge. Suddenly the side of the path crumbled, and he slipped. The rain helped in making a dangerous situation worse as it was all turning to Slippery mud by now.
Shit, ah, Jay attempted to plant his foot firmly on the ground, but the mud caused Jay to just slip further down. He lost balance as he yelled, hoping someone would hear him, and someone did. A chuckle came from the Carriage, and as Jay fell, a mocking smirk flashed at him ever so briefly through the Carriage’s curtains.
Wow, it’s like they’re almost glad that I’m being pushed off the road and into the mud, little bastard, he thought as he tried to gain his balance, yet unsuccessfully. Jay fell over onto his shoulder as he slid a little way down the side of the Hill.