I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 113
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Five minutes ago.
This time, Lin You did not stay in the “pocket dimension” for long.
Before SCP-106 showed the boss’s reluctance for her to stay, Lin You was still very interested.
Plus there was nothing special to do, and she didn’t bother to stay in the dark space full of discarded parts. After learning that the other party had helped her open an exit into a no-man’s land far away from the containment room, she smiled and waved to the Old Man to thank him before leaving.
Thank God she didn’t smash his place to bits.
Thinking of the cell she saw when she was called out, she could tell at a glance that it was undefended. The Old Man who was once a doctor snorted coldly. She must be crazy to think that she was safe here.
The sudden transition of light to dark was always confusing, but Lin You had been in and out of the “pocket dimension” several times, and it seemed to be a familiar way. She just got used to it in the blink of an eye, looked back and forth, and looked at this strange corridor.
SCP-106 chose a good place that was secluded with no one around, not even a surveillance camera. But the biggest problem was—
She didn’t know the way.
Lin You was still thinking about the corridor that she saw when she was brought over, but it was totally unrealistic to expect to find it now, not to mention the priority of confluence with Iris was even higher.
If only there was a map.
Forget it, Lin You thought. She would look for it slowly.
She prepared SCP-106’s card on the helicopter in advance, and then called Sadako after two hours of cool-down time in the containment chamber. Now there was one chance to draw cards randomly.
Sadako stayed in the cell, using her mind to create the illusion that she was still there. As long as Sadako can stay, she has as much time, and how far she could go during this period depended on her own ability.
Listening to the movement with sharpened ears, Lin You was in the middle of the first fork in the road. She hesitated for only a few seconds and chose the one on the left.
There is a saying that it’s a good time to go to war.
It was daytime when they were still in Site 19, and it was the evening when Iris took them to meet the players of “Pandora’s Box”, and after two hours of being locked up, it was already night.
The Foundation was different from an ordinary company where people are on duty from 9 to 5 and no one is seen after getting off of work, but of course, there were fewer employees on duty at night.
This added a lot of convenience to her actions at this time, and she only saw a few people along the way. Lin You was also a bold and careful person. She walked in places that were not monitored. Two or three times she heard someone’s voice and found a nearby place to hide, and waited for the voice to pass before she reappeared.
Trouble came soon.
Lin You stood sideways by the door, facing the display screen by the door.
She had seen a similar thing on the last site, and it was clear that she had to swipe her card to pass, but she didn’t know if the ID over there could be used here.
Lin You glanced back. There was a camera on the opposite side. She couldn’t go back the same way, so she had to try.
What she drew was not the Level 3 access card, but an unknown card that was converted by the Clockworks.
This was very risky. Comparing the two cards, it was really hard to say which one was safer. Lin You finally decided to trust in the Clockworks.
Although she had a limited degree of trust, she would not just bet on one card. After all, the process of converting was not controlled by humans. The Clockworks machine could process a kilogram of steel into steam with only a tiny bit of perfect metal left. If she put the picture book or the cardholder in it and it evaporated in place, she would lose a lot.
However, since it was something that had been super-finished, it can always come in handy.
Lin You held her breath and tapped the unknown card.
With a beep, the door opened.
With a flick of her eyelids, she saw no one around and quickly walked in.
The gate was lifted up, and Lin You’s figure was hidden behind it. She went to see if there was any surveillance video at the door. After confirming that there was no surveillance video, she was relieved and a little disappointed, which also showed that there was nothing dangerous inside.
Lin You’s glance stopped at a transparent glass wall.
Who said that the “safe” level didn’t have any good things?
—She herself was “safe”.
Embedded in a glass container in the wall, the orange slime that she saw a few hours ago was wandering tirelessly in his “small room”.
Lin You tried to walk over.
As soon as he noticed the approach of human beings, the “slime,” which looked like a beanbag, almost jumped up and ran into them directly with a muffled noise. Fortunately, it was soft, and it didn’t hurt at all when it hit the thick glass. It still jumped up and down with excitement.
Lin You chuckled,
She could hear the crazy laughter of this man turning. If it really had a long tail, it might have been turned into a flower by now.
Lin You stretched out her finger and tapped on the glass, and the SCP-999 inside immediately followed suit.
It raised a little soft “tentacle” and pressed it in the same position on the inside of the glass. It stretched out two more “tentacles,” looking at it as if it wanted to hug its favorite human through the glass.
As soon as his eyes rolled, Lin You started a new round of coaxing.
“How about taking you out to play?”
The other party somehow understood the meaning of her words and began to jump up and down happily again.
Seeing it looked like this, Lin You really planned to open the door next to it.
SCP-999 looked harmless and non-aggressive, but it was not at all harmless.
Forcing people to be tickled was its biggest weapon, and the Foundation had also tried to use it to stabilize SCP-682’s emotions.
The Indestructible Reptile immediately smashed it with a paw angrily as soon as he had a face-to-face encounter, but this was of no avail to the soft “slimes.” The latter quickly climbed onto the giant lizard’s body and scratched it, so that it laughed angrily while protesting, and finally collapsed with laughter and passed out directly.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
Lin You thought this could be used as a reference.
And because SCP-999 was not hostile, and usually only ate sweets, and its containment procedures were also very relaxed. Employees with any authority can enter the container to play with it at will, lest it feels lonely.
The doorknob was loose. Anyway, as long as the SCP-999 didn’t slip out by himself, it was convenient for Lin You at this time.
Seeing that her fingers were about to touch the handle, her movements shrank suddenly.
It was by no means an illusion. She heard a noise nearby. There were chaotic footsteps passing by the gate where she had just entered, and the only thing to be thankful for was that the other party didn’t mean to open the door.
At the same time, a few harsh police sirens pierced the air, shaking her eardrums.
Calculating the time, the five minutes should be up.
“Level 1 alert!”
“Should we go in and search?” someone asked.
“No, let’s focus on those places that don’t need permission first—” another person said while panting, “God, two containment breaches!”
Lin You was stunned.
…Including her, there were two cases?
She rejoiced. The hapless person who had the ability to break through containment had better not run into her.
The ensuing agents stepped through the door. The SCP-999 in this compartment was still giggling. Lin You quickly turned her head, raised her index finger in front of her lips, and made a silent gesture at it.
SCP-999 was not very intelligent, but it could also understand the meaning of certain behaviors, and it calmed down obediently.
When the last sound of footsteps disappeared, Lin You decisively opened the door of the glass box. The long-awaited SCP-999 “slid” out of the box softly, and happened to fall at Lin You’s feet.
It wanted to climb up with its pseudofoot.
Lin You: “Huh?”
As soon as she said this with a little warning tone, SCP-999 wisely gave up his intention to tickle. It kindly “rubbed” her trousers with its body, and it changed its grip on its own.
Lin You thought that this was too easy to abduct.
NAME: SCP-999 “THE TICKLE MONSTER”
CARD NUMBER: 032
REMARKS: IT IS A LARGE AND IRREGULAR ORANGE-YELLOW VISCOUS CREATURE, ITS FAVORITE THINGS TO EAT ARE CHOCOLATE BEANS AND WAFER COOKIES. I LIKE HUMANS, I LIKE TO TICKLE OTHERS, AND I ALSO LOVE ALL ANIMALS. IT AND SCP-682’S EXPERIMENT VIDEOS ARE WIDELY CIRCULATED WITHIN THE FOUNDATION, AND A WELL-KNOWN DOCTOR SAID THAT THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING HE HAD EVER SEEN. I HOPE I CAN PLAY WITH SCP-682 SOMEDAY, BUT THE OTHER PARTY DOESN’T SEEM TO THINK SO.
Yes, SCP-682 can’t wait to kill this gadget that embarrasses it.
Lin You thought.
Speaking of which, there was a guy who could finally be released.
She opened the backpack and took out the skull.
“Hey, hey,” Seeing that the other party was uncharacteristically silent, and there was no response, Lin You shook back and forth quickly, “Are you still alive?”
The skull woke up.
“I’m alive! I’m alive—don’t shake me!”
It gave a deep yawn.
“It was too boring to wait so I went to sleep for a while…Where am I now?”
It was also the first time that Lin You heard that it could sleep with only bones left, but she really didn’t know how it looked like this, and said, “I changed the card pool.”
Skull: “What did you say?????”
“Oh,” Lin You explained, “They thought I was a new SCP, and I thought I could collect more cards and pretended it was true, and then I was taken here—now I’m on the way to escape.”
It angrily closed its mouth that it almost couldn’t close, “Whatever makes you happy.”
It’s here anyway, it can’t get away even if it wanted to!
“Anyway,” the skull asked when he was strapped on again, “What is our policy now?”
“To get more cards.” Lin You stern.
“Just kidding.” She said, “I was thinking, when SCP-106 brought me here and what he said, it’s a long way from the cell.”
“Then who are they looking for?”
The skull did not make a sound for a while.
Obviously, even if she knew that she was letting the Old Man help her escape, she wouldn’t find it so soon. There was only one reason left for the eagerness to search here.
—Another SCP breached containment nearby.
With a “ding,” Lin You recognized that it was clearly the sound of an elevator arriving.
She looked back in amazement.
At the end of the corridor, the elevator door slowly opened. Even if she was a little psychologically prepared, after seeing the guy inside, Lin You still cursed secretly.
She retreated in the direction of the gate.
The other party also saw her. The man staggered, with a horrible twisted smile on his scarred face.
It was still more than twenty meters away.
Lin You had seen his picture.
—”The Roaring One.”
His roar in anger was powerful, and deafness was a trivial matter. What was even more exaggerated was that it can shatter glass or hinges on steel doors. Its abilities didn’t stop there, but at this moment, what he was staring at was undoubtedly behind her—a guy in the uniform of the D-class personnel was not someone to be afraid of, he only needed to destroy the door—
However, at the moment when the “Roaring One” opened his mouth and was about to make a sound, the sight that he saw made him hold back his voice for a lifetime.
He went red in the face.
It was the guy he didn’t take seriously, holding a puppet in her arms, and instinct told him that it was better not to act rashly.
Lin You smiled and raised Billy’s right hand, beckoning him, “Don’t be nervous.”
Mary Shaw, whose corpse was also transformed into a puppet, stood behind her and smiled gloomily, waiting for him to yell out before pulling out his tongue.
Lin You: “It’s okay, you can continue to shout.”
The Roaring One: “…”
You’re so crafty!!![Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]