As we saw in the previous chapter, the master’s strategic prowess was on display as Party 2 captured the 16th floor. Aware that there is room for growth, the master arranges for Party 3 to take on the same task, dropping hints about an upcoming trial with Zoth.
The story then shifts to focus on individual training, with Jenna polishing her Strongbow technique and asking for advice on weapons, and Eolka trying to increase the power of her flame magic to reach the fearsome Fourth Circle. The party members’ distinct characteristics are reflected in the dynamic atmosphere they create, despite their doubts and determination.
The master proposes investigating weekday dungeons and selecting poisons that kill rather than immobilize, which is a noteworthy development. The characters discuss real weapon combat training and joke about the mysterious checkroom that’s part of the twentieth-level preparations, all the while expressing differing opinions.
The party members wondered what that meant for the Zoth floor, as the master had constructed a grave. Let’s see when chapter 71 of Pick Me Up, Infinite Gacha is going to be released, the timings, and where to read it.
Chapter 70 of “Pick Me Up, Infinite Gacha” follows a party of adventurers who, with the help of their master, conquer a mystery tower. Party 2 made significant progress by climbing above the 16th floor, which was a significant accomplishment for the master. In addition to Party 2, the master understands that the other sub-parties require development as well.
Party 3 plans to attack the sixteenth floor shortly, which suggests they will go on to the Zoth floor after that. As the ace plans the group for the Zoth floor, the chapter shifts to the person preparing for particular aptitudes. Jennifer is educating to create the quality of her Strongbow and inquire for counsel on valuable weapons from others. Pointing for the challenging Fourth Circle, Eolka must reinforce her fire magic.
A few characters express questions and are challenged by the assignments, including a sense of humor and realism to the story. In this chapter, there is a discussion on practicing fighting with real weapons. The characters discuss when to practice for combat. This time, the ace intends to investigate weekday cells and cause deadly damages instead of loss of motion ones. It’s interesting to study the character interactions.
The ace builds a cemetery, adding an interesting twist to the tale. The partygoers are perplexed and anxious about the necessity of this in advance of the Zoth floor. While the party is confusing, the chapter reveals that individuals like Han and Jenna are leveling up and unlocking previously untapped skills. The 20th floor’s up-and-coming, difficult task is planned by the ace.
Returning to the second floor is an instructor, a new character, and a pharmacist who can manufacture healing potions. Daika returns, having changed careers to become a teacher. An increasing number of trainees are being trained for support tasks as the 20th level approaches. It becomes more apparent how Party 3 might be involved in subsequent difficulties when they formally begin climbing the tower.
The master shares his experiences on this floor, which is thought to be difficult to breach. The group is feeling pressed for time as they understand how meticulous preparation and organization are required. Blacksmiths, healers, and other supporting jobs are emphasized for success. As the story develops, the “checkroom,” an abandoned office, is introduced, encouraging partygoers to mingle. They talk about what caused it and how ominous it is.
The master’s choice to build a grave adds to the mystery; some characters try to downplay it, while others find it unsettling. As the gang approaches the goal on the twentieth floor, the tone becomes increasingly earnest. It’s clear how bad things are when a strategy is offered to tie up free closes.
Party 1 faces a difficult and crucial task as the suspense builds before they take the field for the first time. With a masterful blend of human dynamics, training, and the imminent threat of the 20th floor, this chapter will have readers wanting to see what occurs next in the adventurers’ quest.
Release Date & Where to Read
Pick Me Up, Infinite Gacha Chapter 71 is set to release on 7 December 2023. Let’s see the timings of Pick Me Up, Infinite Gacha Chapter 71 for various regions:
- Pacific Daylight Time [West Coast]: 8:00 AM PDT (6 December 2023)
- Central Daylight Time [Central American and Canada]: 10:00 AM CDT (6 December 2023)
- Eastern Daylight Time [East Coast]: 11:00 AM EDT (6 December 2023)
- Greenwich Mediterranean Time [Britain]: 3:00 PM BST (6 December 2023)
- Korean Standard Time [Korea]: 12:00 AM KST (7 December 2023)
- Japanese Standard Time [Korea]: 12:00 AM JST (7 December 2023)
- Australia Eastern Daylight Time [Australia]: 02:00 AM AEDT (7 December 2023)
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