“How… how would you like to make your payment?”
Kyle had finished shopping, and Fesba was trying very hard to keep on a professional smile.
Given that the total came out to be more than 10,000,000 Gadoru, it’s no surprise that Kyle had managed to get every sales associate’s attention.
The look on their faces had an element of fear mixed in.
“It’ll be too many if I pay with coins. Do you mind if I mix in jewels?”
If Kyle decided to pay everything in 1 Gadoru coins, the entire store would be buried.
“Since it’s quite a sum, we’d actually prefer you do so….”
Kyle agreed and proceeded to take out an Apport bag.”
There’s a maximum grade spell called Apport that allows the user to retrieve items from a specific location. The bag is a magic item that has the same abilities.
The bag was connected to the treasure room where Kyle and his friends just came from.
By using the apport bag, Kyle was able to retrieve anything from the mound of treasure in that room.
The room is part of a labyrinth that is over 1,000 years old, so he decided that it would be better to just keep the treasure there and seal the entrances.
It’s better to play it safe; had he taken out the treasure, he might have lost it or worse, he might have been robbed.
Kyle was assigned to manage the treasure in that room.
Sildonia was appalled when she had heard that Kyle and his teammates had not discussed how the treasure would be divided.
After a short discussion, it was decided that Kyle would be in charge.
The apport bag itself is a rather expensive item, so Fesba was slightly surprised when Kyle took it out; however, as he started taking out coins, rubies, diamonds, and emeralds from the bag, Fesba was stunned. He couldn’t do much besides just stand there in shock and awe.
A special person in charge of determining the authenticity immediately took a look at the coins and gems.
One look was enough to determine that everything was in fact, real.
Not only were they authentic, everything Kyle had taken out from the bag was worth at least 100,000 Gadoru a piece.
“Um…I’m very sorry, but we have to determine the exact value of each of these, so it might take some time…”
“That’s fine. Do you mind if we try on the equipment in the meantime?”
They were allowed to try on everything. Everything except for the dragon leather armor, that is.
After a while, Fesba, who was clearly drained but still had his smile on,talked to Kyle.
“We’ve counted everything up. You’re all set… How is the equipment? Is everything fine?”
Kyle had on a blue armor and a cloak. He also had a sword on his back.
“Are you guys all set?”
Lize and Uzla nodded, but Seran seemed uncomfortable.
“No…the equipment is fine…It’s just…I couldn’t even get her number…”
“I don’t care.”
“Neither do I.”
Kyle didn’t know what to say when she saw that Sildonia had received a whole bunch of snacks.
“….Well…..whatever makes you happy….Anyways, we’ll be back soon, so please stock up on your items!”
Fesba made sure that he guided Kyle and his companions towards the entrance.
Kyle had broken the record for the daily sales by a significant margin, and the staff members were all exhausted.
“Who were they?”
One of them talked to Fesba.
“I have no clue…but …we don’t know them…so that means they can’t be any famous journeymen…”
Fesba made sure to remember the faces of his regulars.
“They paid in Zares gold and jewels… so it could be that they were novices who were lucky and hit the jackpot.”
“That seems to be the most reasonable explanation… But what kind of treasure has that much worth?”
“Maybe it’s the legendary… Demon King’s labyrinth…”
Fesba and his fellow workers laughed.
“We made a huge profit but it’s bad for my blood pressure… Oh dear… we’ve run out of stock. We must call the factories at once and restock our supply of magic stones and magic medicine.”