I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 111
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The recovery mission had come to an end.
Andrea was observing the surrounding situation, considering the situation they observed in this facility and the possibility that the nearby communication signal may have been cracked, she did not use the equipped device, but turned on the mobile phone and dialed the number that didn’t exist in any phone book in the world.
“Andrea Andrews,” she answered the voice on the other end of the phone, “Mobile Task Force Omega-7, we just—”
Her voice stuck a bit awkwardly, and she felt that it would not be appropriate to use words like “captured” next.
She obviously came here on her own initiative, so after a moment of entanglement, they changed their view.
“We have temporarily ‘controlled’ the unconfirmed humanoid anomaly. Brandon just sent the registered report, and then Beatrice and I will fill in the remaining written documents. Now we will move to the nearest site. Please prepare a containment chamber in time.”
“Understood, Agent. Where is SCP-105?”
Andrea didn’t speak.
She turned her head back silently and looked at Iris who was talking with Beatrice. Their colleagues who get along day and night know her situation best—Iris looked a little sullen lately, and she guessed it was at least partly because of work pressure. But now she was no different from before, and she looked a lot more lively.
“It was a misunderstanding,” she finally said, “just a misunderstanding.”
“It was Iris who brought her back—I will also write this clearly in the report after this point. There’s nothing else, just waiting for your next instructions.”
When she reported all this to her superiors, she didn’t deliberately avoid anything, and Lin You just listened to it not far away.
She also caught a glimpse of what the agent had written when registering the file, and when she saw that she was temporarily labeled as “Safe”, she was swept over with cheers, and Lin You’s face did not expose the silent “V” in her heart.
This meant that they wouldn’t spend too much time taking care of her, and they naturally acted more easily and freely.
She didn’t show the slightest resistance throughout the whole process. Although she was followed by two gun-carrying agents behind her, Lin You, who was being pointed at by the gun, still looked calm and composed.
Compared with the cautiousness that the agents had been worried about in the previous few hours, after confessing that she was an uncontained new SCP, she also walked with them with her hands behind her back.
Even if captain Able was lost, the combat abilities of the members of “Pandora’s Box” cannot be underestimated. Compared to the interior where a monster would jump out at any moment, they were now leading her through a passage that was cleaned up. As they got closer to the door, the agents became more relaxed.
Accustomed to the dim light in the site, as soon as the sun dazzled in her eyes, Lin You squinted her eyes when passing through the corridor between the two buildings.
SCP-682 alone destroyed the entire Site 19, for example, and the big hole that ran through the entire building was jaw-dropping to look at. But this contingent’s empty space temporarily used as a turnover area was not affected too much, and it was flat enough to be used as a tarmac.
A black-painted helicopter was parked there. Unlike the ones Lin You had seen, there were no marks on the fuselage. After all, most of the time the Foundation always avoided exposure to the public and kept itself as concealed as possible.
Lin You, who was getting into a helicopter for the first time, was not very proficient, and Beatrice gave her a friendly push, then turned around to help pull Iris up.
The three of them came to the seats in the cargo area at the rear. Andrea, the last one to climb into the cabin, sat down in no hurry and gave the pilot in front of her a few words.
The motor started to rotate, and the pilot pulled up the lever. After Andrea walked over, Iris quietly glanced at Lin You from the corner of the eye and asked.
“Why are we leaving?”
Andrea said “um”.
“You know, the sooner the better,” she said, “Some SCPs have already been transferred…”
Lin You with her ears pricked up: “!!!”
She kept listening quietly.
Iris also asked this question for Lin You. She looked out the window, “Are there any new orders—what should I do here?”
“If there is no one that can be moved away,” she also glanced at Site 19 in the porthole, which was getting smaller and smaller, “We can just activate the built-in nuclear bomb in the site.”
—In order to effectively kill Able.
Otherwise, if he was allowed to get violent, he will rush to massacre ordinary people dozens of kilometers away, not to mention that the reputation of the Foundation will also be stabbed in the face.
Lin You knew that there was such a purpose.
She hoped Jian Mingjia had time to escape before detonating the nuclear bomb.
“When will we arrive?” Lin You asked actively.
As soon as she spoke, Andrea, who was still wary, looked over. Lin You was not annoyed, she was now trying to make herself a persona that was obedient to the Foundation.
“I’m just asking,” she rolled her eyes, “To be mentally prepared.”
“Not more than an hour.”
Seeing that she was really not hostile, Andrea said: “We’re going to the nearest Site 24.”
Lin You responded with a smile.
—In fact, what she wanted to do was to prepare with another skill.
She moved her hand behind her back and put a card into the cardholder.
The agents invariably ignored her backpack during the body search, and she had reason to guess that some of the player’s special items were hidden in their eyes.
Sure enough, Lin You paid special attention to the reactions of the two agents, and they didn’t seem to notice what she did with the cards.
“No more than an hour” in Andrea’s words, to be precise, it was just over forty minutes.
After passing over a city, the helicopter slowed down. When it finally landed on the tarmac which was much more formal than the temporary clearing, Lin You looked up through the porthole.
Site 24 was not as large as 19, but apart from those contained by it, it can also accommodate some of the SCPs that were temporarily transferred, so naturally, it was not much smaller.
Andrea and Beatrice went one after another, and Iris had always kept a distance from Able out of the habit, and even now she was walking in the back. Lin You was caught in the middle, and without arousing suspicion between them, she began to look around quietly.
The Foundation was still very low-key. If you didn’t walk into the building, no one would have imagined that there were so many supernatural beings imprisoned in this gray-looking building. After getting off the elevator directly connected to the tarmac, they once again walked through a long corridor until they were stopped by a door.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
The leading Andrea just swiped her permission card, and the next second the door was opened in front of them. Lin You, who saw the scene inside the door, involuntarily took a breath.
The two employees who were face-to-face with them were two employees in Foundation uniforms, and the two of them worked together to lift a large and heavy sealed glass cylinder. The weight of this thing was obviously not light, and large beads of sweat were hanging on the foreheads of the two people and were about to roll off their faces.
And in the glass jar-like container, there was a huge, orange-yellow gummy creature.
—Like a slime.
This translucent orange slime was squirming happily, occasionally making “chuckling” laughs and “cooing” sounds. Even through a layer of glass, he wanted to rub his body against the face of the employee who carried it.
Hmm, thought Lin You, SCP-999.
It was extremely clingy, refused to eat meat, and had the courage to sacrifice Itself to save others. Its favorite thing to do was to tickle each other, and it preferred those who were unhappy or sad. It is said that no matter how much damage you receive, you will be cured after contact with it, and you will become very optimistic.
…The only problem was that it didn’t know how to keep a proper distance. If you were wrapped in it and it started to tickle you, you will probably be ignored even if you smile and beg for mercy, and there was a possibility of laughing to death.
The two employees were moving SCP-999 into an open door on the opposite side, and they had just taken in the foot that was still outside the door, and there was something that could not be seen clearly and rubbed the side that rolled over.
The small wheels underneath were rolling fast, but the teardrop-shaped fiery red creature didn’t know how to brake at all.
It slammed its head against the gate, and the only blue eye in the middle of the body was teary with pain until it was picked up by the bulge on the top of its head.
“It looks like it’s lost again,” Beatrice lightly carried the Eye Pods, which were only half an arm long, “Did you find a place to send it back?”
“We already did.”
Andrea didn’t pay much attention to this, she was still listening to the next step in the headset.
Lin You was stunned.
Without seeing SCP-999 and the Eye Pods, she hadn’t really felt it yet. When she saw it at this moment, she suddenly realized firsthand what kind of happiness it was to be in a pool full of cards.
If it were not for the limited number of card slots, she would now like to say that “children can only make choices, and of course adults choose everything.”
She had to restrain herself.
This was all “Safe”, and only creatures at this level of safety can be allowed to move relatively freely. She had to wait until she knew where all the high-risk SCPs on this site were before thinking about how to act.
“It’s this door.”
Andrea’s words awakened Lin You. She returned to her senses and looked at the direction she was pointing, “It seems that there is something for you to do. Go in.”
Although her intuition said it was bad, Lin You didn’t care about it. She leaned her head in front of the door, looked at Iris who was looking at her worriedly, smiled almost invisibly, and made a “see you later” gesture from the angle that the two agents could not see.
As soon as she entered, the door of unknown metal material fell behind her. Lin You looked at this too small room, the white walls and white floors were a bit dazzling.
There was a male voice that had been mechanically distorted for no reason.
Lin You was stunned, only to remember that this was probably her D-level number.
She looked around and saw a honeycomb-shaped loudspeaker beside the metal door that seemed to be of the same material.
“Hmm…” Lin You answered, “What?”
“We have received the report about you. Now, in order to further confirm your anomalousness, please walk in and contact this containment object after this door is opened.”
In other words, Lin You thought, it was making her and another SCP do a two-way test—who came up with this genius idea? It’s so boring, someone give me a pillow.
Uh, but it depended on whether she saw that one.
She didn’t reject cooperating with the Foundation to conduct their experiments. As long as they felt that she cooperated, it was better, for this it didn’t seem to be a big deal to reveal her ability. Anyway, as long as she operates well and guides them in a direction that was beneficial to the Foundation, it was estimated that it would be a “Safe” at that time, even if they were wary of her after seeing it…
At worst, it would be hard at the end.
With a hum, the metal door opened.
“Oh.” At the same time, the guy inside who heard the opening and closing sound stopped humming and turned around, “I heard that a new guest is here.”
The tables and chairs placed in the center were a little too small for his size. His height was definitely more than 2.4 meters, and his whole body was muscular. His head was slightly bald, his lower jaw was large and round, his thick hair and beard were straight, and he was waving his two particularly strong arms.
“This is really great.”
The man opened his arms and greeted him friendly, saying something, but his two huge rows of teeth were clenched, “No one has come to see me for a while.”
He was so enthusiastic, but Lin You did not relax her vigilance.
—This behavior was undoubtedly the cannibal “Fernand”.
“Fernand” was what he called himself. This guy didn’t know where he came from and had an almost hungry desire to devour human flesh. He had a friendly manner, but he may violently swallow you at any time. At this moment, he walked over and stood behind Lin You and closed the door for her.
“Why not let me pour you a cup of tea,” he said, “So we can sit down and chat together…”
“—I usually do this.”
Fernand’s words changed.
“But I’m sorry, I don’t have much fun to entertain guests today—”
Before he could finish speaking, Fernand opened his big mouth.
He took a bite forward!
Out of his love for the skull, he sometimes did this, interrupting their conversation by swallowing the other person’s head—this time was no different. He clenched his teeth tightly and she heard the bone break under the teeth. There was the sound of blood pouring into his throat, but Fernand almost immediately let go, and when he turned his head, he vomited twice to the side.
“It doesn’t taste very good,” he said, “It’s terrible.”
For the next second of the unexpected taste, Fernand looked up, but unexpectedly met the eyes of the person who thought he had had her head bitten off.
Lin You: “Hi.”
Wait… this person was standing here…
—Then what did he just eat?!
That said, it seemed that the shape was not right.
Seeing the other person’s expression of shock and even a little horror, Lin You spoke with great interest: “Have you heard of a substitute attack?”
Fernand lowered his head extremely slowly.
SCP-682, who had gone through many hardships and was appraised as “not very tasteful”, was immortal, looking at him like a dead person.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]