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Chapter 124: Artifact Grading System

After a moment of silence, Lilith spoke, “Im sorry to hear that… But you never know. Since this is a different world, your family might still be alive.”

“That would be quite comical if that was the case. In my world, I am alive and my family is dead, but in this world, I am dead and my family is well and alive.” Leo said with a bittersweet smile on his face.

“With that being said, even if they are alive, I dont know if I want to meet them. After all, they are not really my family, and I am not their Leo.”

“Dont be like that, Leo. While it may be true that youre from another world, it doesnt change the fact that you are still Leo. You cant just shove everything that is related to you away because theyre not the same people you knew.”

“Easy for you to say since youre not in my shoes. You have no idea how it feels to live in the shoes of another person and pretend to be that person.” Leo sighed.

“So youre just going to act like you dont have a family in this world You know, even if you dont look for them, they will come looking for you once they realize that youre still alive.” Lilith said.

“That probably wont happen for a long while since I wasnt born in this city. I came to this city when my family died many years ago. Anyways, Im going to sleep.”ᴘᴀ ɴ ᴅᴀ n ᴏ ᴠᴇʟ

The following morning, after eating some food in the cafeteria that couldnt compare to his high-quality MREs, Leo made his way to the infirmary, where Camille was waiting for him.

“Good morning, Miss Camille.”

She turned to look at him and said, “You have a lot of explaining to do today.”

“Why does it sound like I am in trouble” He showed a bittersweet smile.

“The other teachers are already making a scene after they saw your points. Many of them couldnt believe that two people had managed to acquire that many points.” She sighed.

“Is it really that unbelievable” Leo raised an eyebrow. pᴀɴda nᴏvel

“Did you even look at your own score at the end of the training course The academy hasnt seen such a high score like that in years.”

Leo shrugged, “So what Unbelievable things can happen sometimes. My very existence is proof of that.”

“Anyways, youre not really in trouble. Im just letting you know that there may be some complications in the near future. Now that is out of the way, tell me about your experience in the training course and how you acquired that artifact.”

Leo nodded and proceeded to recall his month-long journey in the Wilderness with Nina.

“Y-You encountered the Elders Legacy!” Camille was greatly shocked after hearing this.

“Do you have any idea how groundbreaking this discovery is! Many people believed that the Elder had left behind his legacy before he died, but nobody was able to find it despite spending hundreds of years looking for it, and they are still looking to this day! If news of the Elders Legacy gets out, you will be in grave danger!”

“And about that cave you entered with Nina… Its not a secret location. In fact, its already been explored before. However, none of them encountered the Elder or partook in his trial even though they have been to that same room you went.”

“Really Because the Elders hologram showed up shortly after we entered the place.” Leo said.

Camille pondered for a moment before mumbling, “Maybe theres a certain requirement, and unless the conditions are met, the event would not trigger. For example, only someone who came from another world could trigger it…”

“I see… That would make sense.”

“Anyways, what are you going to do Are you going to chase after the Edlers legacy” Camille asked him a moment later.

“Youre not going to stop me” He asked in a surprised voice, as he was certain that she was going to try to talk him out of it.

“Why would I”

“I mean… I thought everyone in this world hated Otherworlders and would rather not get involved with them, and it seems dangerous.” Leo said.

“While its true that most people fear Otherworlders and treat them as some kind of evil god, these people still covet the treasures left behind by these Otherworlders, as a single one of them could change their entire life.”

“Your Elders Orb of Restraint is one of these treasures that people would kill to acquire. Make sure you keep it a secret and hidden when you use it.”

ραꪒⅆα-ꪒꪫꪥꫀ​ꪶ​ “That was my intention from the start.” He nodded.

Camille sighed, “To be honest, I want to get your artifact graded to see just how much its worth, but if we do that, the whole world will question where you had acquired it.”

“Theres no need for it to be graded since I already know its an S-Grade artifact.” Leo said.

“Im not talking about that kind of grading. Theres a whole different grading system for artifacts.” Camille shook her head, and she continued, “For example, F-Grade artifacts will have a score between 100 and 200. The artifacts with a score that is closer to 200 are worth way more than the artifacts with a grade closer to 100. This is how we compare artifacts of a similar grade because not all artifacts are created equal, and this is especially true for S-Grade artifacts that can vary greatly.”

“Is that so… This is my first time hearing about such a grading system.”

Camille nodded, “I have already told you about F-Grades, so I will give you a general number for the others. E-Grade artifacts are graded between 201 and 500. D-Grade artifacts are graded between 501 and 1,000. C-Grade artifacts are graded between 1,001 and 2,000. B-Grade artifacts are graded between 2,001 and 5,000. A-Grade artifacts are graded between 5,001 and 10,000, and anything above 10,000 are considered S-Grade artifacts.”

“I see…” Leo mumbled as he digested this information.-

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