Skill Lender’s Retrieving (tale) ~i Told You It’s 10% Per 10 Days At First, Didn’t I?
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Skill Lender’s Retrieving (tale) ~i Told You It’s 10% Per 10 Days At First, Didn’t I?

Alternative Titles Gikou Taichi no Torikaeshi ~Toichi tte Saisho ni itta yo na~, "Skill Lender" Get Back His Pride ~Before I Started Lending, I Told You This Loan Charges 10% Interest Every 10 Days, Right?~, Gikou Taiyo no Torikaeshi ~Toichi tte Saisho ni Itta yo na~, Skill Lender no Torikaeshi ~Toichi tte Saisho ni Itta yo na~, Skill Lender's Retrieving (Tale) ~I Told You It's 10% Per 10 Days at First, Didn't I~, 技巧貸与<スキル・レンダー>のとりかえし~トイチって最初に言ったよな?

Synopsis Skill Lender’s Retrieving (tale) ~i Told You It’s 10% Per 10 Days At First, Didn’t I?

Marz was a member of the S-Rank party [Sword of Divine Silver]. Even though he had the unique skill [Skill Lender] that allowed him to lend skills to his party members, he was ostracized and taken advantage of because he did not fight on the front lines. Eventually, they tried to get him killed by the dungeon boss to avoid paying him his severance pay. Marz retrieved the skills that he lent to his party members with compound interest and instantly became the strongest. He then defeated the boss, obtained a 10/10 waifu and saved a demi-human slave to form a harem.

Released 2021
Author KIWADOI Shouri
Artist KOYAMA Naoto
Serialization Young Magazine Web (Kodansha)
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