Blacksmith: You Are Making Mjolnir For The Forging Exam? - Chapter 119
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Chapter 119: Reading the Past and Present
Translator: EndlessFantasy Translation Editor: EndlessFantasy Translation
Although the Invisibility Armor was only a piece of Epic-grade equipment, it was not easy to forge. Moreover, its materials were rather scarce. There was no harm in preparing for it early.
Having made up his mind, Wu Mo stopped thinking about anything else and slowly emptied his mind.
Then, he gradually fell asleep.
At 8.30 am, Wu Mo arrived at the Research Department’s cafeteria.
The cafeteria was clean and tidy. Although it did not take up as much space as the cafeteria in the Divine Arms Academy, the dishes here were much more delicious and varied.
The food that Wu Mo ordered for breakfast was relatively light. Soy milk, fried dough sticks, and two eggs could provide him with energy for the entire morning.
As he ate, he thought about how to plan his time for the day.
Now that he had received a commission, he also gained experience to cast the Invisibility Armor in his mind.
His first goal was to gather all the materials and read more books to make up for his lack of skills in the field of forging.
After breakfast, Wu Mo left the cafeteria.
He took out his cell phone and contacted the warehouse staff. Then, he sent them the list of materials.
Once all that was done, he looked at the research group’s communication records.
He found that they were all discussing some trivial things.
Back in the villa, Wu Mo moved the chairs in the hall into the yard.
Under the sunlight, he held a book and read it with great interest.
He was reading the complete runic collection that he had purchased from the store.
He did so because in the forging of the Invisibility Armor, Tier 2 runes were needed to help the armor block out the digital information that battle modules emitted.
If this step was not done properly, the armor would only be invisible in the physical sense.
The enemy’s surveillance equipment could still easily locate the armor.
Time flew by in the morning.
When it was almost eleven o’clock, Wu Mo heard the hum of an engine.
He looked up and saw a young man in his twenties in a Research Department uniform getting out of the car with a big box in his hand.
“Mr. Wu, this is the material you ordered from the Research Department. Please sign here,” the staff of the materials warehouse said politely through the yard’s gate.
Wu Mo immediately closed the book before he stood up to open the gate and take the box.
When the box was handed to him, he immediately felt his arms drop.
He could not help but look surprised.
Wu Mo remembered that he had only asked the materials warehouse for a set of materials to cast the Invisibility Armor. It should only weigh a few kilograms.
However, the box in his hands weighed nearly 20 kilograms, which surprised him immensely.
After signing the papers and watching the staff leave, Wu Mo immediately carried the box back to the living room.
He placed the box on the table and slowly opened it.
Inside the box were all kinds of sparkling and translucent ores, as well as casting consumables needed to draw the magic array, and runes.
After he stored the materials in his Interspatial Ring one by one, he discovered a combat module that weighed more than 10 kilograms at the bottom of the box.
It seemed to be the core component of the tenth-generation standard combat suit.
The combat module could cover most of the entire armor’s area when spread out.
As long as power was provided, the battle module could be used for reconnaissance, combat, long-range attacks, and other functions.
It had been improved and created by countless generations of researchers, and the technology was now infinitely developed.
Should the battle module that weighed more than 10 kilograms be installed into the matching combat suit, it would be able to perform all its functions.
However, Wu Mo was curious. The warehouse staff had sent him this core module without his request.
“Not everyone needs this to improve their combat armor, sigh!”
Storing the battle module in his Interspatial Ring, Wu Mo sighed and returned to the courtyard to continue reading.
Time flew, and in the blink of an eye, a month had passed.
During this period of time, Wu Mo went to the internal reference room two more times.
He returned the books he had previously borrowed and obtained new notes at the same time.
He borrowed a total of nine notes and related books, and as a result, his theoretical knowledge was greatly enriched.
Moreover, he was skilled in creating and designing.
In the past, he could only refer to Blue Star World’s culture.
He could imitate the equipment in major games. In fact, the products he forged even had the same appearance.
Now, however, he had finished learning most of the knowledge in the field of forging, and he had also gained the ability to create products.
Moving forward, he could go without relying on the creativity provided by the system or the gaming culture from his previous life to forge equipment that only belonged to him.
At the same time, his progress in learning runes did not drop. By now, he had mastered 80% of Tier 1 rune-drawing techniques.
He had even understood a lot of those cumbersome and obscure Tier 2 runes.
Within a week, he studied the theoretical knowledge intensely. Besides going to the internal reference room and the cafeteria, he basically shut himself in.
At most, he would sit in the courtyard and look at the scenery outside.
He wholeheartedly converted the knowledge and notes of those great people into experiences that he could use on his own.
Although he had not been evaluated, his forging level had already surpassed that of most five-star blacksmiths.
In contrast to the tense Wu Mo, who was constantly learning, the other students seemed much more relaxed.
Sometimes, they would express their opinions in the department’s research group. Sometimes, they would go out together to gather some fresh inspiration.
In their eyes, Wu Mo was the same. He never said a word in the group.
At night… the bright moon hung high in the sky, blocked by dark clouds.
Wu Mo stood on the second-floor balcony, leaning against the railing and looking at the trees that were blown by the breeze below.
“Son, we’ve already settled down in Shanglin City. Your sister, Wu Yan, has enrolled in the best junior high school for humanities in the area. Now that her life has stabilized, you don’t worry about us. Live and work well. Come back and visit us during the holidays.”
After Wu Mo saw the few words from his mother and the two photos of their new home, a smile gradually appeared on his face.
He knew that his sister, editor Wu Yan, must have sent the message because his mother, who had been a farmer for half her life, did not even know how to use a smartphone.
However, that did not stop him from feeling his mother’s care and concern for him in the message.
He replied to explain his current situation to his parents.
Wu Mo later closed the balcony door and returned to his bedroom.
He looked at the open notebook on the desk, and aconfident smile appeared on the corner of his mouth.
“I’m still two materials away from forging the Invisibility Armor. Tomorrow, I’ll ask Mr. Zhou if he knows whether these two materials are in the Research Department.”
Wu Mo stretched his body and lay down on the bed with a relaxed expression.
As he read through the master blacksmith’s notes and understood his thoughts, the feeling of accomplishment prevented him from stopping.
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