After Maxing Out All Classes
After Maxing out all Classes Chapter 922

Chapter 922: Need to Change Approaches

The two girls exclaimed, “Oh? Firearms? What is this?”

Robb laughed, “This is a skill training manual for ‘Gunners’, which can be considered a branch of the Archer profession.”

The two girls said, “No, we’re asking why you chose this for us.”

Robb said, “Encountering a large monster on the sea, from what I know, these monsters are usually quite large, most likely giant octopuses. Unimaginative writers and authors can’t seem to break free from this pattern. So, trying to use melee weapons to deal with it is definitely not reliable. It might just extend its tentacles onto the ship, and with a head raised as tall as a building, it looks down on you. In such a situation, using ranged weapons like firearms or bows would be more effective.”

The two girls responded with an “Oh,” understanding the reasoning. They were just unclear about the comments on “unimaginative writers and authors.” Well, Godfather often babbles nonsense, it’s better to pretend not to hear.

The girls used the “Intermediate Firearms Training Manual,” and after using it, they suddenly felt that they knew how to use firearms and even learned two types: one for long guns and one for dual short guns.

One girl handed her short gun to the other, saying, “I prefer using a long gun. You can use the dual short guns. I’ll go find father and get a long gun to play with.”

The other girl took the dual short guns with a playful smile, holding them and striking a cool pose.

Robb liked the look immediately, “Come on, say a line with me.”

The girl with the dual short guns asked, “What line?”

Robb imitated dramatically, “Fortune doesn’t favor fools!”

The girl with the dual short guns imitated his tone, “Fortune doesn’t favor fools!”

“Hahaha, that’s the spirit, that’s it.” Robb rolled around on the deck in excitement.

The girl with the short guns was puzzled, not knowing what Godfather was so happy about.

At this moment, the other girl brought a long gun over. Robb jumped up, “You too, say this line with me: ‘I’m on the case!'”

The girl with the long gun imitated Robb’s style and said the line.

Robb fell to the ground with a thud, “Haha!”

Meanwhile, the warship of the Trembling Ice knights had already set sail. On Robb’s side, the two merchant ships from the caravan stayed in the port instead of going out to sea. The flagship followed behind the Trembling Ice knights’ warship as it set sail, disappearing into the distance.

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On the endless sea horizon, attempting to inconspicuously track a ship was nearly impossible. The leading warship soon discovered that an armed merchant ship was following it out of the harbor. The middle-aged man on the deck took the “telescope” and glanced back, cursing, “Damn it, it’s that merchant ship from earlier. Two young girls on board, saying they want to fight monsters too. I advised them not to come, but they insisted on following. Aren’t they treating their lives as a joke?”

The vice commander beside him snarkily remarked, “If they want to court death, they can’t blame us.”

“Tsk, what are you saying?” The middle-aged man disdainfully looked at his subordinate. “Even if they are a bit foolish, they are still citizens of the Kingdom of Gran. As members of a Knights Order of the Kingdom of Gran, we have a duty to protect our people. Keep an eye out. If anyone on that ship is in danger, we must do our best to help.”

The vice commander quickly composed himself and apologized, “I apologize for my earlier inappropriate words.”

The middle-aged man said, “Alright, pull yourselves together, let’s eliminate this threat to the people!”

The two ships, one in front and the other behind, sailed slowly into the depths of the sea. They deliberately didn’t speed up, giving the large monster a chance to attack.

After sailing east for a while, the ships were far from the mainland, and in every direction, there was nothing but sea, with no trace of land.

The two girls were becoming a bit impatient; after all, they were still young. “Oh, is that big monster not going to come out anymore? What if it doesn’t attack the bait?”

Robb chuckled, “Why are you so anxious? If adventurers were as restless as you during missions, they wouldn’t be able to complete any quests.”

Just as they were discussing this, a thick fog suddenly appeared on the sea surface. Moreover, the fog was getting denser.

The two girls said, “Oh, the fog is coming!”

Robb slightly furrowed his brows, looked up at the sunny sky, and thought, how can it fog up on such a clear day? There must be something fishy going on.

He reached out and made a gesture in the air, capturing a strand of white fog in his hand. He then used a dispelling spell, but the fog in his palm remained unaffected, swirling around.

“It can’t be dispelled?” Robb chuckled. “Different systems.”

The two girls asked curiously, “What different systems?”

Robb didn’t answer them directly. Instead, he switched his thinking style and quickly formed a series of hand seals while reciting, “In battle, the soldiers are in front — Break!”

This time it worked. The strand of white fog in his hand dissipated at a visible speed, leaving behind some white light particle effects, dispersing like smoke.

“Not magic?” The two girls immediately understood.

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Robb nodded, “Not magic, but similar to magic. In Eastern terms, this is called ‘Daoist arts’ or ‘Secret arts.’ Interesting, very interesting. It seems my prediction of the giant octopus might not necessarily come true. Who knows what strange things might appear.”

The two girls asked curiously, “Daoist arts? Secret arts? What kind of people use these? We’ve never heard of them.”

Robb explained, “It’s used by the rabbits of the northern Tang, and also by the… Oh! Wait, there’s no Northern Tang, only Southern Tang, in this world. If I remember correctly, the wealthy merchant Pobo mentioned to me that they should be called the – Ghost Clan!” (For those who forgot, please refer to Chapter 10, when the merchant Pobo mentioned the blue-haired girls of the Ghost Race to Robb.)

In the blink of an eye, the fog grew denser!

Torrential fog enveloped a large area of the surrounding sea, and the leading warship was no longer visible. The warship carrying Robb’s group was also invisible from the warship’s perspective. Both ships seemed to be sailing within a sea of clouds, completely unaware of their whereabouts.

The middle-aged man on the warship shouted, “Be careful! The giant monster might be about to appear.”

“I guess it should be a huge octopus!”

Someone exclaimed, “Strange wailing sounds are coming from the wind. Is it the cry of some creature?”

“No, I feel… it’s like someone intentionally suppressing their voice and howling. It doesn’t sound like a monster.”

Just as the warriors were thinking about this, a loud “boom” resounded. The entire ship shook violently. Only then did they realize that their warship had collided with another ship, a wooden sailing ship covered in iron armor.

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