I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 103
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
For a while, the screams outside the door were endless.
At the beginning, a statue alone could make SCP-682 stick to the wall without daring to move, but now that there was the “shy person,” the picture was simply not too exciting.
The Foundation had done a good job with security measures—repeated containment breaches were not a problem with these methods. They had done their best within their capabilities, but the capabilities of these containment items made them difficult to control.
But apart from anything else, the quality of this iron door was still acceptable. In addition, SCP-682 was entangled with the two, and there was no space to attack this side. Lin You also listened with confidence.
She could tell who called it.
The statue didn’t make a sound, listening to the familiar cry belonging to SCP-096, and the one that was unfamiliar she knew was from the big lizard. The latter roared more and more hoarse, and maybe he accidentally closed his eyes when being pinched by 096, and was twisted a few times by his neck by 173.
It was terrible, it was terrible.
“It’s not very safe.”
The butler watched her close to the door and said worriedly: “…Would you like me to listen for you?”
“No, no,” Lin You said, “It’s okay, I guess 096 won’t give it a chance.”
Compared with the tranquility and peace inside the door, SCP-682 in the corridor was really in deep water.
The immortal lizard was a deadly trick that was unpredictable, and she actually put these two guys together.
Just when it was staring at the statue in order to save its life, the guy hiding behind had already released the fingers covering his face, and rushed towards it crying!
After repeated beatings, SCP-682 was beaten to the top of his head and had to stare at the statue tremblingly while screaming.
It quickly shed its skin and regenerated, leaving a few more eyes on its back. It was trying to escape from the statue with its back to the statue.
He grabbed its tail with one hand.
SCP-096 screamed, swinging its arms, “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh—!”
In this situation, the only thing left was the sentence “The windmill creaks as it turns.” SCP-682 was lifted by its tail and spun in a circle. It slammed the ceiling and rammed the wall, causing broken bricks and rubble to fall to the ground.
Most of the surrounding walls were damaged, and the Indestructible Reptile himself was seriously injured. It was gasping for breath, and when it collapsed, it was about to bite at the opponent, but before it could do that, a shadow fell in front of it.
The suffocation on the neck clearly reminded it that it accidentally blinked in that frenzy. With the statue’s two short hands tightly clamped around the neck, SCP-682 felt that these two guys were really fucking cooperating.
What was the feeling that life was better than death?
It thought that it had become accustomed to their methods under various executions by the Foundation, but it never expected that someone could do this.
And speaking of the source of all evil—
The indestructible evil lizard who still had enough energy struggled to look at the iron gate not far away. It found that the pale fellow who was swinging it back and forth went back and forth avoiding it.
The opponent and the humans behind that door were together!
Not to mention it remembered the phrase “first-meeting gift,” that damn first-meeting gift!
When it got away, it would kill all these idiots—kill—
Before SCP-682 could finish thinking about it, he was grabbed by its mouth. It listened to the harsh screams in its ears and almost couldn’t tell which one was from itself and which one was from the other party. Then, it was slammed on the ground again and again.
The skull behind the door sighed quietly.
—It was really tragic.
But it wanted to laugh out loud with glee.
The time limit was almost five minutes. Lin You no longer listened to the outside movement as she did at the beginning, and instead collected everything.
It was a pity that apart from some of the daily necessities, Lin You only found a Level 3 authorization card. Obviously, the one who lived in this room was a senior researcher, but it was limited to this.
After thinking about it, she put away the card and put it and the card converted by the Clockworks in her backpack. Waiting for the outside noise to decrease, only the big lizard’s broken roar and screams remained. After confirming that 096 had returned to the book, Lin You did not need to do it herself. She looked over, and the butler had already opened the door and bowed to invite her out.
The first step was to confirm where SCP-173 was.
The statue just stood about five or six meters away from the door.
The short arms were raised straight as if as long as there was no more time to move, it could directly twist the neck of the pile in front of it.
The Indestructible Reptile was torn to pieces, and only a small half of the body and one claw remained attached to its head. It was lying on the ground, and the only two remaining stared at the statue in front without daring to blink.
It couldn’t hide from 096 or 173. Under such a double-strike, five minutes later, it had so much volume left.
SCP-682 wished to close its eyes and drag the human into the water, but it was not sure whether the statue would break the other’s neck or give it a shot first.
In the end, he could only stare at the statue intently.
If the statue was allowed to pinch its neck again, this little life would probably not be guaranteed—in the last execution experiment when it encountered SCP-173, it survived the disparity in size between the two sides. The Indestructible Reptile dared to guarantee, and that group of bastards definitely wrote in the record that the next time they would damage its body before using this statue.
However, the risk of dispatching multiple high-risk SCPs at the same time was too high. This repeated experiment was put on hold by the Foundation indefinitely. They didn’t expect that some people would dare to do it now.
Its damaged vocal cords vibrated, making a rough and incomprehensible sound.
The regeneration had already begun. Even if the speed was slow because of the serious damage, at least the words become clearer.
“What are you saying? I can’t hear.”
Lin You smiled and squatted more than a meter away from it, “Let’s discuss this, do you want to go with me?”
As if hearing a joke, the dying SCP-682 gasped hard and laughed.
“…Don’t dream.” It said strenuously, “I’m really dead here. Even if I let those guys contain them, I won’t go with you.”
“Get closer if you can.”
The Indestructible Reptile squeezed out its voice. It didn’t look at it at this point, because it could still be attacked if it was close enough.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
“When I get up, I will definitely kill you—just wait and see.”
The butler stepped straight forward.
Lin You reached out to stop him.
“Hey, it’s okay.”
After all, compared to SCP-173, which attacked indiscriminately, it would be better for someone with a high level of intelligence like the Indestructible Reptile to walk together willingly, otherwise, most of them would turn back if they didn’t listen to them.
“Just wait and see,” Lin You straightened up, “Let’s go.”
Only the skull hanging on the bag gave the big lizard lying on the ground some pity.
It’s just a mere human.
It thought, how could it eat its flesh and blood in mouthfuls—
“Diaz,” Lin You didn’t care what he was thinking, and called the butler’s name, “How long can you keep it without blinking?”
The butler was taken aback.
He immediately reacted and smiled and said: “One minute and thirty seconds.”
“This is a guarantee,” he added, “maybe longer.”
Lin You said “Alright.”
It was not the limit of the human body, but it was far above the average.
She resolutely said: “Carry this statue together.”
What she wanted to do was difficult to say, and it was not easy.
After such an experiment, Lin You deeply felt that this pair was really worthwhile, and she had to take 173 back to 096 as a company anyway.
It’s just that she hadn’t found a way to turn the statue into a card, and she was afraid that it would run around during this period, so, as she said before, she would find a place to lock it up.
Asking the butler how long to stay unblinking was also for this reason. Although SCP-682 was still on the spot, it was more likely to attack them first than itself when it saw the statue. It would definitely not stare at it again—it wished to kill it.
Time was tight.
The butler once again carried the statue, and he walked behind it with a trot, keeping his eyes on it. Lin You was in front. Her gaze flicked across each door and paused for two seconds on the reader beside one of them.
She didn’t even think about it, and directly posted the Level 3 card she had just picked up.
It looked like a storage room with three or two shelves stacked. Regardless of other things, the butler immediately pushed SCP-173 inside.
Close the door, lock it with the card again, and do it all in one go.
From the other side of the door, they almost heard the sound of stone scraping in the next second, followed by the “clang” of hitting the door. However, the iron gate was locked, so they didn’t think of it anymore.
Lin You was not afraid of what the “reptile” was doing with his hands and feet. She believed that the appearance of the reptile had left it with a lot of trauma, but she would never release this statue again if she had any memory.
She only glanced at 682, who was still lying there and turned her head to walk down the stairs.
The corroded traces of the Old Man still remained on the steps. Lin You carefully bypassed them this time. She went up to the top of the stairs without forgetting to open the door.
“Do you have a place to go?”
The butler actively asked: “I can find the way.”
“…No,” Lin You paused, “I’m thinking about something.”
“Since the ultimate goal is to escape this base alive, we have to figure out what caused the containment breach.”
Only in this way can they know where the most severe damage is, where the safety exit was, and where they can receive the most cards.
…Well, the last point is the top priority.
Lin You said.
“This site is quite large, and I cannot investigate the entire building by myself.”
It was best to meet Jian Mingjia. If she couldn’t see them, she still had to try to meet other players. Of course, it was not easy to act with them, but she had to exchange information with them.
“If you are thinking about this,” said the butler, “I can—”
—What Lin You didn’t expect was that what she said would appear.
It was estimated that there were quite a few players who have matched in this instance. When someone approached, Lin You and the butler looked at each other.
“I’ll follow you quietly.”
He bowed deeply, “Don’t worry, they won’t find me.”
After two steps back, the butler’s body and voice disappeared into the darkness at the same time.
Regardless of the skull’s protest of “this is too boring”, Lin You directly stuffed it back into her backpack. The second after she closed the bag, the players turned the corner.
Hearing their voices faintly distinguished, it was four people, and the same was true of those who appeared in front of them.
The lights were dim, and the four people saw her in the same way. But compared to Liang Siting’s unreserved attitude at the beginning, their expressions were a little warier.
Lin You could fully understand that there were too many weird items here. If they were not enough, they had accommodated a person who had the ability to transform. Naturally, they should be on guard when they encounter strangers.
To her surprise, one of them suddenly said: “I have seen her.”
Lin You also reacted. She watched the other person push up the gold-framed glasses—they met in the meeting room where the game just started.
Another person shouted: “I remember her, too.”
“But,” he asked again, “You are not with that—”
“Hmm…” Of course, it was impossible for Lin You to say that she herself was not compatible with the monk, so she happily separated. “There was an accident and she accidentally broke away.”
The teammate said “Hey.”
“Are you OK?” He obviously misunderstood something when he saw the bandage on Lin You’s leg.
“Oh yes, we ran into them again on the way.”
He pointed to the remaining two.
Only then did they put down their vigilance. One of them brought up the topic again: “By the way, where did you go?”
“Speaking of…I remember there was a mask,” the man said at last, “You put it on and you could stay in another world temporarily. If you find that one, maybe you can use it to hide? What’s that number called?”
The man in glasses took the conversation.
“The Old Man.”
It didn’t need to be so troublesome, Lin You thought silently. Anyway, his house was smashed into a mess, and he was stuck.
“I don’t know where these monsters are. I heard that one would be chased by him if he sees his face—”
He got stuck at Kisaragi Station, now he is addicted to collecting paper bags.
“There is also the opposite. If you accidentally blink your eyes, it will break your neck…”
He was locked in a small black room three minutes ago.
“I haven’t seen any of these.” The teammate who also recognized her was puzzled. “By the way, did some place collapse just now? I seemed to hear those helicopters saying that SCP-682 breached containment and was sent. The agents are completely destroyed—”
Just below, the one who was chased by the face and the one who died if not looked at had fought and lying there to recuperate.
“Sure enough, it’s better to be careful.”
The teammate said worriedly: “I don’t want to worry about it in this instance.”
Lin You: “…”
In fact, she had a good time.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]