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I've only read a few chapter (perhaps around 10-15), the story goes like this, the main character was summoned by some being (I forgot if it was a god or goddesses or something else) to a white room, where he was given a skill, chosen by a roulette wheel and then sent to another world to finish a contract with the one who summoned him. Then he got sent back to his world upon completing the contract. And its still going in cycle like that (as far as I've read it).

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    Hi there. There are literally hundreds of isekai manga the gist of which is "transported to another world and given a power to fulfil a quest". Please edit your post to include more specific info, otherwise I'm afraid there are too many possible answers for this question to be suitable for this site.
    – Jenayah
    Mar 9 '20 at 6:56
  • Did the Main Character return to their world upon completing the contract? Were they then summoned again, gaining another random skill?
    – shufly
    Mar 9 '20 at 22:08
  • @shufly yes, yes he was summoned again and again to complete random contract. Do you know ? Mar 10 '20 at 9:11
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    @HafizzuddinNur I think this is "Sen no Sukiru o Motsu Otoko", also known as "A Man With A Thousand Skills 1000". If this gets reopened while i'm at work, i'll post a proper answer when i get home.
    – shufly
    Mar 10 '20 at 11:58
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    @shufly yes thats the one, thank you so much Mar 14 '20 at 8:32
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This is Sen no Sukiru o Motsu Otoko.

The manga starts with the main character hiking up a mountain before appearing in an empty room with a door. Upon going through the door he finds a woman under attack by giant spiders. After he kills one and leads the woman away, he reappears in the room which now has the god who sent him there. The god explains that the main character can get skills by being summoned, however he has to fulfill the wishes of the summoner to keep the skills he gains. The manga then continues in a cycle of him being summoned, getting new skills, completing the tasks given to him, and returning home.

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