Chapter 90: Overwhelmingly fast!

The next day, I went into town and revisited the inn. 

“Welcome, Neko-san!”

Nell welcomes me.

Children are better off smiling. 

What shall we do today?

Yotsuba and I would like to talk, but Nancy-san is taking care of her right now. 

I can’t interrupt her.

I will try to talk with her when I get the chance later.

Together with Nell, I entered Mac-kun’s room. 

The room was as messy as ever.

“Neko-san, it finally finished!”

Mac-kun is holding the copper machine with both hands.

Oh, it’s finished!

It took them less than a month. The craftsman is good at what he does. 

A keyboard-like machine with buttons written in another language. 

Yup, this is a typewriter.

A typewriter is a machine that types letters on paper by pressing the letter button. 

It has completely disappeared in today’s age of computers and printers, but it used to be a reassuring ally when making documents. 

“I already gave one to the king. This is for Neko-san.”

I received the typewriter from Mac-kun. 

“I’ll pour the ink.”

The ink is poured and sticks to the letter part of the pin-shaped hammer that strikes the letter. 

Inked ribbon? There’s no way I could make something like that. 

I’m soaking the ink into the special sponge I’ve alchemized.

Alright, let’s get started.

I take out the paper, set it up, and type. 

Clack, clack, clack, clack, clack.

I typed, [How the skill works, how it is used and its application].

Each time I type a letter, the paper slides neatly. 

Line break. Oh, it works so well.

“Wow! That’s great! It is so much faster than writing by hand!”

Mac-kun is easily impressed. This speed is relatively slow since I’m not used to it yet.

Eventually, I will be able to type twice as fast as this. 

As a test, I typed a brief note about how skills work, how to use them, and how to apply them in this world. 

I thought this while sprinting through the forest on my way to cure Yotsuba. 

After 10 minutes, I finished writing. 

I removed the paper from the typewriter. 

“What is this? It’s amazing! It’s like something written by a researcher~.”

“Nico, what’s so great about that?”

“You know, Nell-chan.

It means that this one paper is worth much more than a cheap book.”

“He’s an amazing cat!”

“That’s right!”

Don’t praise me for every little thing like that. 

If you will praise me, praise me when I succeed in a more significant project. 

I’ve got a great way to pass the time. 

I’ll play with Nell and the others today to the fullest and get back to the forest.

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