There was actually a huge difference between a level 1 mercenary group and a level 2 mercenary group, especially when it came to various privileges.
For example, on the discount on genetic serum, a level 1 mercenary group was only offered discounts on 50 bottles of genetic serum per week.
Any further purchases would raise its price back to 300 points per bottle.
On the other hand, a level 2 mercenary group was given a discount on 200 bottles of genetic serum every week.
This advantage highlighted the gaps between level 1 and level 2 mercenary groups.
Moreover, this was only one of the privileges. Overall, the resources and benefits for the level 2 mercenary group were at least five times more than those of the level 1 mercenary group.
Those were the reasons Roger had the confidence to say such things.
“Are you serious?” Lin Xinghai was overjoyed after hearing this.
“Of course! Even if we become a level 2 mercenary group, our overall resources still lose out to those of the level 3 mercenary group. However, these level 3 mercenary groups only focus the growth in one to two core members.”
“All things considered, our Sky Fracture Mercenary Group can offer you better training and treatment than a level 3 mercenary group.” Roger said with a sincere and heartfelt expression.
Seeing the expression on Roger’s face, Lin Xinghai couldn’t help but laugh, saying, “Don’t worry, I’m not ungrateful. As long as the Sky Fracture Mercenary Group doesn’t do me wrong, I won’t leave.”
“Besides, you’re really not cut out for this kind of persuading job. Your facial expression just doesn’t hit the mark. You might as well just give me a few more bottles of genetic serum.”
Roger’s expression immediately froze. He stood up in embarrassment and annoyance, “Fine, you little rascal. That’s it then. Let’s meet at the Mercenary Square at 8 o’clock tomorrow.”
After saying this, he wanted to leave, but Lin Xinghai called out to him, “Rog, wait a minute, I have a favor to ask you.”
“You have no respect at all. What is it?” Roger said annoyedly, but his face was still wearing a smile.
Because Lin Xinghai’s address for him had changed from Captain Roger to Rog. Although it was somewhat disrespectful, it indicated a closer connection to him.
“You’ve met my roommates, right? I want to help them find a good job, preferably working in an official institution. That way, if the Hatchet Gang really wants to mess with them, they’ll think twice.” Lin Xinghai said straightforwardly, without beating around the bush.
Hearing Lin Xinghai mention his roommates, even Roger couldn’t help but feel a bit envious.
Roger got the information from the administrator that Lin Xinghai was staying in Room 301 and went there directly. But the moment the door opened, he really thought he had gone to the wrong room.
Roger really couldn’t understand what kind of dumb luck Lin Xinghai had walked into to actually have women willing to live with him, and five beauties at that.
“What’s your relationship with them?” Roger asked after thinking for a moment.
Of course, Lin Xinghai understood what this meant. His relationship with Liu Miaomiao would determine how much effort Roger would be willing to put in to help.
So after a brief moment of thought, he said cautiously, “Liu Miaomiao and I are college classmates, and we get along very well. If it doesn’t involve life-threatening risks, I will help with anything I can.”
Roger nodded, so he knew what he was thinking, “The director of the government affairs department owed me a favor before. It’s no problem to get all five of them in there. But don’t get your hopes up about the positions. They will probably all be front desk or receptionist types of jobs.”
“Ha, thank you then.” Lin Xinghai was overjoyed after hearing this.
“I’ll go talk to the director first then. If all goes well, they should be able to start officially tomorrow morning.” After saying this, Roger hurriedly left.
In such a hurry, besides arranging the jobs, he also needed to rush back to the mercenary group to report about Lin Xinghai to the leader.
After all, people with unique physiques were really rare.
According to what he knew, among the hundreds of thousands of people in Star Shield Shelter, there was only one director who had a unique physique.
If they could train Lin Xinghai, he would definitely be able to become a pillar of their mercenary group. He might even have the potential to lead the Sky Fracture Mercenary Group to its peak.
Seeing Roger leave so hurriedly, Lin Xinghai really wanted to say: “You haven’t paid yet.”
But compared to the job issues of Liu Miaomiao and the others, the bill for two cups of coffee didn’t really matter.
After paying 6 points, Lin Xinghai left with a smile on his face.
Back at the dorm, the five girls were still discussing finding jobs.
“Ah! You’re back. Are you going out to carry out a mission tomorrow?” Liu Miaomiao immediately asked upon seeing Lin Xinghai return.
“Yes! I’m leaving early tomorrow morning.” Lin Xinghai said with a smile, nodding his head.
Wang Yao added, “Where are you guys going for the mission tomorrow?”
Shen Yimei asked, “Did Captain Roger visit to arrange tasks for you?”
Liu Miaomiao added, “Is this mission dangerous?”
The girls were all chattering and asking questions, filled with curiosity but mostly concern. After all, the mercenary job carried high risks.
They still needed Lin Xinghai’s protection, so whether out of emotional concerns or their own interests, they didn’t want anything bad to happen to him.
“For this mission, I’m just going to gain some experience, so you all don’t have to worry about my safety. As for other details, they have to be kept secret until the mission is completed.” Lin Xinghai comforted them with a smile.
Hearing his words, the girls tactfully didn’t ask any more questions.
“How about your job discussions?” Lin Xinghai asked as he took two steps forward, walking to the side of Liu Miaomiao’s bed.
A map of the lower district was spread out there, with many buildings, facilities, and factories circled on it, and notes written beside them.
By looking at this map, it was clear at a glance what kind of jobs were available in which areas of the lower district.
“Not great, now only these seven places are left to try. If it still doesn’t work out, we’ll have to go work as general laborers in a garment factory. The physical work there is relatively less.” Liu Miaomiao said, her expression a bit dim.
“Have you ever considered this place?” Lin Xinghai said, pointing to a building in the center of the map.
Liu Miaomiao and the others followed where Lin Xinghai was pointing. The building was very large and quite beautiful.
But Liu Miaomiao and the others turned a blind eye to it; they hadn’t even written basic notes on the map.
“It’s not that we haven’t considered it, it’s that we don’t dare to. Even if the government office is short-staffed, they simply won’t recruit from outside.” Liu Miaomiao shook her head.
“Then, are you interested in working here? I mean as receptionists or front desk staff.” Lin Xinghai said.
“Working in the government office is something everyone fights for, any position at all. I heard even the lowest paying jobs there make 80 points a week. That income is almost double other jobs, what do you think? Do I want it?” Liu Miaomiao said, rolling her eyes.
But after she finished speaking, she gradually came back to her senses.
“Xing, what did you mean by the question you just asked?” Liu Miaomiao’s voice trembled slightly.
The rest of the girls also realized something. They all looked at Lin Xinghai with eyes full of anticipation and disbelief.
Under everyone’s expectant gaze, Lin Xinghai nodded, “I asked Captain Roger for a favor to help find jobs. He said he knows a director in the government office, so if all goes well, you should all be able to get in.”
“Whoa!” The ultra-high decibel scream made Lin Xinghai feel a bit of a sting in his ears.
The next moment, Wang Yao hugged him excitedly, jumping up and down.
The rest of the girls, including Liu Miaomiao, seemed to forget their reservations at that moment and all rushed in for a hug.
At this time, Lin Xinghai was both happy and tormented. Happiness was clearly taking advantage of them, while torment came from the burning desire with no place to vent.