Chapter 64: Learning transformative alchemy 

I continued my alchemy practice in front of the woodhouse. 

The notes in Mac’s book said that there were two more alchemy spells. 

It sounds useful, so let’s learn it.

The first one is transformative alchemy. It creates another object from one object. 

The volume and shape of an object change, but its weight does not. 

For example, you can make thread from wood. 

Hmm, they probably created objects that could be made from materials. 

Where all the energy it generates and consumes goes is a mystery. 

Let’s give it a try. 

I pull out a tree. 

“Nyaa (All things in heaven and on earth, everything in the forest leads to God. Denaturation Alchemy).

I recited the spell with the image of cellulose, the plant’s cell wall component, being joined together to form a thread. 

The tree changed its shape, and a beautiful white thread appeared in front of me.

“Nyaa….”

I was struck by sudden drowsiness and fell asleep. 

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“I’m home~.

Ohhhhhh! It’s a very beautiful thread~!”

Hmmm, where am I?

Did I sleep outside?

I thought I was practicing transformative alchemy. 

Aurene is doing a little dance with the thread I made. 

What are you doing?

“Did you do this, Nyanko-san~?

What’s up with this thread~?”

It looks like I slept through the evening. 

I explained to Aurene that I had fallen asleep while practicing transformative alchemy. 

“You’re probably running out of mana~.

Transformative alchemy would consume so much MP that a novice alchemist could die easily~.”

According to Aurene, you start to feel sluggish when your MP is close to zero. 

This is why wizards need to manage their MP. 

Sleeping and resting will help you recover your MP. 

“If you don’t repeatedly practice to the point where you run out of mana, your skills won’t improve~.”

The higher the skill level, the more powerful it is while consuming less MP. 

What does it mean to have a high level in transformative alchemy?

I’m going to do my appraisal now. 

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Appraisal Results

Name: Tomita Minamoto

Lv: 28 (20 years old)

Race: Cat

Skills: [Appraisal Lv 100] [Appraisal Obstruction Lv 3] [Four-dimensional Space Lv 100]

[Light Lv 11] [Lightning Lv 3] [Heal Lv 5]

[Blacksmith Lv 4] [Accelerated Alchemy Lv 4] [Transformative Alchemy Lv 7] (NEW!)

[EXP Value 100x] [Skill Acquisition Lv 100]

Status:

HP 1,920/1,920 MP 306/1,340

ATK 337 DEF 287 MAT 397 MDF 265 SPD 473 INT 310 LUK 104

Title: [The One Who Defeated the Champion] [The Savior] [Super Miner] [Fake God] [Fake Grand Mage] [Beginner Alchemist] (NEW!)

An orange tabby cat that has been transferred into another world. He used to be a human. 

He has the strength and resistance of a dragon.

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Appraisal Results

[Transformative Alchemy Lv 7]

Description: Alchemy skill. Create another object from one object.

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Appraisal Results

[Beginner Alchemist]

Description: This title is given to those who have graduated from an alchemist’s apprenticeship through painstaking and bloody training. 

The MP consumed for alchemy skills is further reduced. 

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Although I didn’t do any painstaking training, I got the title.

I feel like I’m cheating, and I’m not too fond of it. 


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4 Responses

  1. kirindas says:

    Thanks for the new chapter!

  2. commana1 says:

    So he made a bunch of thread eh? Given what his reaction was to that wooden box, why do i get the feeling all that thread is going to be turned into a yarn ball for his usage?

  3. Exfernal says:

    He has given overwhelming talent for learning all possible skills. Does that mean that being exceptionally talented in anything is the same as cheating at it as well? What a retarded idea. Are his skills a part of his soul from now on, or something external? Counting cards in blackjack is not cheating, for example, if you can do it in your memory alone. And someone who could memorize the periodic table has no right to complain about having it too easy. His perspective is warped far from common sense already.

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