Magic System in a Parallel World - Chapter 189 Monthly Limit
Chapter 189 Monthly Limit
After returning to his room, Leo immediately poured all of the A-Grade mana cores from his spatial ring onto the floor.
Three thousand A-Grade mana cores. With this many mana cores, he could get at least 150,000 Magic Points, considering that each A-Rank mana core could fetch him a minimum of 50 Magic Points.
<Convert all mana cores in front of you?>
However, only a third of the mana cores disappeared.
<1,220 A-Grade mana cores has been converted into Magic Points>
[+100,000 Magic Points]
<You have reached the monthly limit of 100,000 Magic Points for the Magic Converter>
<You have received a Unique Quest>
[Quest: Magic Converter Limit Increase]
[Description: Kill 200 A-Grade monsters]
[Time Limit: N/A]
[Reward: Magic Converter monthly limit increases to 200,000 Magic Points]
‘What the hell? There’s a monthly limit to this thing?’ Leo cried inwardly when he saw the notifications.
Although he was a little disappointed by the results, 100,000 Magic Points was still a lot.
‘With 100,000 Magic Points, I can upgrade both my mana capacity and magic power, but I don’t really need it right now. The same goes for mana regeneration. It would be convenient, but it’s not necessary for me right now. Moreover, I have plenty of mana cores left, so I can buy them next time when my limit resets in a month.’
After pondering for some time, Leo decided to purchase more passive skills.
<Confirm purchase ‘Acquire B-Rank Passive Skill’ for 20,000 Magic Points>
<You have acquired the Passive Skill: Magic Guard>
[Magic Guard: Completely negates the effect and damage of any one magic spell. 60 minute cooldown.]
Leo’s eyes widened when he saw this passive skill.
‘Does this mean I can survive even a Tier 9 magic spell as long as it’s active? This passive skill could be a lifesaver!’
He became convinced that prioritizing passive skills was the right thing to do.
Then he purchased another one.
<You have acquired the Passive Skill: Magic Eyes>
[Magic Eyes: Locate your enemy’s weak spot to deal fatal damage. Increase damage dealt to weak spots by 100%]
‘So this passive skill essentially doubles my damage if I can hit their weak spot. Not bad.’
<You have purchased all available B-Rank Passive Skills>
After purchasing all available passive skills, Leo still had over 60,000 Magic Points left, and he didn’t know where to spend them.
In the end, he decided to wait on spending these Magic Points for when he really needed them.
Over the next several days, Leo would spend most of his time training by himself in the training room. Since classes were optional, he no longer bothered with them.
Eve and Camille would occasionally spar with him when they had the time.
A week later, after morning practice, Leo went to the cafeteria for some food.
The closest cafeteria near his place was the one meant for magic students.
A figure approached Leo halfway into his meal.
When he looked at this person, his eyebrows raised slightly.
“I have been looking for you, Leo.” Helia said to him with a cold expression on her face.
“If you’re looking to spar, I won’t do it.” Leo immediately said.
After all, even if he defeats her, he won’t complete his quest.
Helia took a seat in front of him without asking and said, “I’m not here to spar with you. I have a question for you. How long have you known— and why do you know Dragon’s Breath? That is the Headmistress’ signature magic spell!”
Leo looked around to see people staring at them with interest, mostly because of Helia’s presence.
“I don’t know what you’re talking about. Please don’t bother me while I am eating.”
“I see… So you’re trying to keep the fact that you know a Tier 7 spell a secret? Why would you try to hide something like that? It would benefit you more to reveal it than to keep it a secret.” Helia subconsciously lowered her voice when she noticed this.
“I’m her student, so it’s only obvious that I learned it from her. Why do you even care?” Leo asked.
“I can’t be curious as a fellow fire magic user?” Helia said with a slight frown on her face.
“As long as you stop bothering me.” He said as he started eating again.
“Is that how you treat a lady who got stripped naked by you?” Helia suddenly said.
Leo nearly choked on his food when he heard her words.
“T-That was an accident! Flames burn stuff. It’s just how nature works.”
“That doesn’t change the fact that you’d seen me naked.”
“So what if I saw you naked? It’s not like I touched you. If it’ll make you feel better, I’ll let you see me naked as well.”
“Why would I want to see you naked?” Helia frowned.
“Then stop making a fuss about it.”
“…You’re a lot different than before, Leo.”
“You mean before I lost my memories? Sorry, there’s nothing I can do about that.”
Helia ended up staying with Leo until he finished his meal.
“If you have nothing else to say, I’ll be leaving now.” Leo said as he stood up and went to throw out his trash.
Helia followed him.
“What is it?”
“I refuse. I will just end up burning your clothes again, and then you’ll continue making a fuss about it.”
“I-I don’t mind it…” Helia said in a low voice.
“What did you just say?” Leo raised an eyebrow.
With a slightly rosy face, she spoke, “You’ve already seen me naked once. It won’t make a difference if you see it again. I also want to train with you and see what you’re doing that’s different from my training. I’m clearly doing something wrong if I compare myself to you.”
“Why don’t you train with her?” Lilith suddenly said, and she continued while chuckling, “She’s a beauty with a voluptuous body, which you’ll get to see naked if you keep burning her clothes.”
“You… Is that all you ever think about?” Leo shook his head inwardly at her remarks.