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After Eisen finally fine-tuned everything for the Mult.i.tool so that it would probably also change its size properly, the old man still had about 6 hours left to spend inside of his Deep Visualization state. He quickly returned back there, because even if he didn’t have a proper idea of what he should practice next, Eisen figured it would be better to think in there, as it would also count toward the goal in his Level-Up quest.
And then, Eisen figured he could just try practicing the creation of some other size-changing items as well, such as size-changing pants and ap.r.o.ns, so that he could re-make them properly and use them for himself. The two special-size ones that Eisen was using and switching between at the moment were a little annoying to carry around everywhere, especially the larger one. And considering that clothes were already able to change their size to fit their wearer, it would probably work out pretty well.
For the Ap.r.o.n, Eisen created a little bit of a layered one, using two thinner pieces than he would usually use as the outer pieces, and placing a thin mana-crystal sheet inbetween those two pieces. For now, Eisen quickly enchanted that mana-crystal sheet it with his size-changing ability and an in-depth enchantment that was supposed to properly react to the size-change of Eisen and react appropriately.
After that, Eisen simply softened the crystal sheet a bit so that it wouldn’t hinder Eisen’s movement and placed it inbetween the pieces of leather. The crystal sheet was about half an inch shorter than the leather in every direction, so you weren’t really able to see it from the outside once Eisen sewed the leather together. And as Eisen expected, this worked surprisingly well and he was soon given the notification that he mentally went through the process of creating a Size-Changing Leather Ap.r.o.n.
He probably could have enchanted it with other things as well, such as defensive enchantments to that he didn’t need to worry as much in combat, but he wasn’t planning on continuing to fight from this point on, so it was fine in his opinion. He would only level up as much as he needed to through combat, and at this point, he only really needed to reach level 300. It might be better to get a bit stronger than that anyway, but Eisen still didn’t really worry about it all that much.
Either way, after finis.h.i.+ng the Ap.r.o.n, Eisen moved on toward the wool-pants, which were relatively easily made as well. For one, he ‘Imagined’ the material for his wool pants to be, obviously mostly wool, and the rest to be mana-crystal enchanted with his size changing ability. It was pretty easy to skip through these kinds of steps. He was able to make this exact same material in reality as well, so it wasn’t an issue to skip that step for once.
And then, after making his loose pair of pants out of it, he swiftly enchanted it using st.i.tched-enchantments to make it react to Eisen’s size-changing, the same as the Ap.r.o.n, and then, the item was done.
It didn’t really take that long for Eisen to finish these two items, so he now still had a little over three hours to spend on making smaller items, and figured it wouldn’t be a horrible idea to just try and brew a few different things. He didn’t spend all that time on his Brewing skill for a good while, and he also still didn’t really work on the quest he got from Gordon… Luckily, he grabbed as many spatial barrels and bottles that Eisen could from the material storage on the central island, meaning that he could start producing that kind of thing relatively soon.
He would also need to properly work on a system to ma.s.s-produce potions more efficiently so that Komer had some stuff to actually sell. Eisen already advised him to properly get a shop in the harbor town that the young merchant made a deal with and hire some craftsmen with the money he made so far, so Komer told him that he would speak to the people coming to make the delivery about it, and maybe he would go back there with them for a little while and figure all of that stuff out.
Right now, he was on the central island ma.s.s-producing contracts, however. For one, because he wanted to figure out if he could make some interesting new contracts with his new Fate-Item Production skill, and also because they needed it to get more guild-members. Thinking about that, Eisen got another nice idea. He wouldn’t practice making the alcohol, after all, that’s something he made a living with even in real life for a few dozen years now. Eisen really had no need to practice any of that stuff, so instead, he would work on systems to ma.s.s-produce items, starting with one thing that was really just essential. The printing-press.
But not just any printing-press, one capable of making magic contracts en-ma.s.s. Eisen wasn’t sure if that was already a thing, but if it wasn’t, it was a good thing to get a lot of attention right at the start of the game. A lot of people would start playing and level up relatively quickly. They probably had only had a few in-game days until the first people became level 100 and unlocked the Guild-System.
And considering that was the case, especially those early-birds will need to find someone to make the contracts for them, and if there’s a rumor going around about a shop that can sell a large amount of Guild Contracts for relatively cheap, they would rush to that shop pretty quickly to buy those contracts. After all, the first people that would get to that point were people that most likely concentrated on solely combat skills, and probably weren’t all that interested in gaining the Scribing skill to make their own contracts.
It was only about one more in-game week until the regular playerbase would join the game. Until then, Eisen wanted to finish up business on Trygan’s Island as well so that he could return to the mainland. He would have a fair amount of time to work on projects on the s.h.i.+p, so he should concentrate on these kinds of ma.s.s-production devices that Komer could make use of as well while Eisen wasn’t near him.
Back in the Deep-Visualization state, Eisen quickly started to work on the first ma.s.s-production tool, the printing press, and first tried to work the concepts out. And in the end, it wasn’t necessarily all that hard to make the printing press. With the help of Evalia’s element, he could make it so that there was always magic Ink on the press when it was needed. And other than that, Eisen simply needed to place a few mana batteries and soul generators into the base, as well as create a simple mechanism to lock the press in place while the paper was placed underneath, press it down when told to, and pull it back up automatically as well.
But that wasn’t enough for Eisen. He wanted to make everything even more ma.s.s-producable, and created a place to keep the paper in, before the top sheet would be pulled off and set underneath the press automatically.
And then, Eisen needed to work on the more complicated part about it. Either, he could make it so that differnet print-plates needed to be made for each contract type, where then only the different specialized bits that needed to be pre-filled in for each situation needed to be added, or he could create a ‘Setting Enchantment’, like the one he used for Alnico’s DJ set, that would let you edit different contract presets before using trans.m.u.tation to create the letters for all of that on a piece of metal.
Obviously, Eisen preferred the latter. So, Eisen tried creating that kind of enchantment-array, although he made a simplified version for now so that he could test whether or not the trans.m.u.tation would properly work on the piece of metal. Well, he wouldn’t actually be able to test this out, considering that he was thrown out of the state of deep visualization whenever he finished an item. But hopefully the rough item description he got when trying to inspect the item-name in the notification he always got would help him out a little.
It was always just very rough, because the circ.u.mstances in Deep-Visualization were obviously heavily favorable toward actually being able to create something, so it would never really say how well it worked or how it was done, just basically list the rough functions that were supposed to work in some way or another.
And before long, Eisen finished this simply printing-press prototype. To his luck, all the items that he was making were actually saved within his Crafter’s Mind skill, so he could take a look at what they actually looked like and what Eisen did exactly whenever he wanted to.
But the moment that Eisen came out of the Deep Visualization, he already dove back into it to work on the next ma.s.s-production prototype. Basically, it was supposed to be something to help make and enhance large amounts of potions using multiple steps. Something of a supersized regular setup with an automatic grinder and extractor, and of course also a system that would make bottling them an easy job.
First, Eisen wanted to make the grinder part of everything, and it really wasn’t that complicated in the end. The way Eisen tried to properly make this work was by basically creating a supersized mortar and pestle and taking it from there. The mortar was the large bowl that everything was kept in, and the pestle was just connected to a bit of a ‘Rail’, that would not only turn spin around on its own vertical axis, but also would be moved around in a circular motion around the whole bowl to get everything. This was of course done through a simple enchantment setup. The bowl and mortar themselves had a layer of mythril on top of them so that mana could be easily infused into the materials if needed and wanted.
Either way, for now, the Grinder part of the setup was done. Eisen preferred to make these all seperate items so it was easier to mix-and-match different parts, considering that different potions sometimes needed different special techniques to actually make them work.
And so, during the next little while in his Deep Visualization, Eisen was just working on those different things for the different techniques, for example the heated stirring of the pot in specified patterns, or the movement of mana inside of the liquid in specified patterns, so that it might even be possible to produce high-grade potions automatically.
And as for the regular extraction system, that was relatively easy as well, because it just required everything to be heated up enough, although Eisen also wanted to make use of the technique that Jyuuk taught him, which was the extraction of essence. Or rather, what Eisen wanted to do was to make sure that the essence could be kept within the actual potion-part of everything, so that none of it would be left in the water later on, to slightly increase the effects of the potions.
And after that, Eisen wanted to go for another step, which was the refination of the potion to extract the actual potion itself and get rid of any and all impurities left inside of it. Then, the potion could be either bottled directly or turned into pills. It would reduce the effect a slight bit, but in the end, they were a bit more convenient to use, so that didn’t matter much.
In the end, Eisen spent a few hours longer inside of his Deep Visualization then he needed to, so that he could properly figure out all of the different things that were needed for that type of ma.s.s-production. And once they would leave the Golem Island, Eisen would immediately get started and work on actually creating a proper prototype.
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