I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 127
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
“Master? What’s wrong with you, master?”
Meng Shao was still a little startled. He had just recovered and was caught off guard by his teammates almost choking. He coughed twice and waved his hand quickly, touching the top of his bald head.
He was influenced a bit by the Buddhist scriptures, and he still remembered a few paragraphs—the failure was that he blurted out a few words subconsciously when he saw a ghost in the novice instance and was appointed as a monk.
The system was quite “considerate.” Besides the robes, it shaved his head, and he had to use this image to show others from now on. Meng Shao felt distressed. He went to the forum right away to complain about his forced ordination experience, which attracted a large group of players to laugh at his misfortune, and it accidentally became a popular post.
Although it was incomparable to a certain tycoon who is well-known throughout the game, he saw a lot of people. Later, he occasionally encountered players who had seen the post and was ridiculed with a few words—for example, not long ago, the teammates who came out on patrol with him had read the post, and couldn’t help but call him master, but this name didn’t have an ounce of respect.
It was like this, in such a place where ghosts and monsters were rampant, they were not too happy to have a teammate who could overtake them. As long as they followed him closely, they could almost be sure that they could live to the end.
But at this time, he didn’t know what was going on, and he stopped himself when he saw him.
Meng Shao was still wondering what was wrong.
In the draw before the game, he was given to the human side. For this result, he was very relieved. It wasn’t that he cared about the rumors that he was in the same camp as the other, but his ability couldn’t adapt to the ghost side.
It was said to be persuasion, but if you are not sure about it and let yourself resolve grievances directly, what should you do if you obtain enlightenment?
Speaking of the person in the rumors, he also came to the forum to find out that the girl at the time was someone who was passed on by word of mouth, and no wonder she said that they were not compatible.
She relied on collecting ghosts to expand her inventory. She would only get along with a monk who recited Buddhist scriptures if he was a ghost.
“Master,” the teammate hadn’t said his name yet, “what did you do just now?”
Meng Shao: “Uh…”
“It feels strange, there is something over there,” he said, “I want to see it.”
The two teammates who came out with him looked at each other.
They were assigned to the enchantment area to the north. When it came to finding tokens, they volunteered to go out. They all knew that a monk who could exorcise ghosts said what he felt was going to happen.
It was most likely his occupation’s sixth sense or radar or something.
“Are we really going?” a teammate asked in a low voice.
This thing really had risks and benefits.
It was impossible for him to realize that he was waiting so far away, but if he let it go and let the other party continue to develop like this, it will definitely be detrimental to their future situation.
“Let’s go,” he said.
Lin You looked at the hostile player who was lying flat on the ground with sluggish eyes, “What did you show him again?”
A certain evil god had eyes higher than the sky and felt that he didn’t need to personally act on this kind of stuff. Nyahlathotep didn’t move and he kept his original posture. Hearing this, he looked over with a smile.
“Not everyone is safe after seeing Azathoth.”
He said with interest.
Of course, Lin You also heard something in these words, and couldn’t help but chuckle.
Obviously, she was clearly showing her act of stabbing him with the dagger, and she also came for a long-distance day trip to Azathoth.
She could almost guess why Nyah let this person visit now—even without mentioning the mandatory judgment of the system, the picture alone was enough to make people mentally polluted.
If it was really Azathoth, you have to mention its servants who were forced to play and sing. As someone who was lucky enough to be baptized for a few seconds, Lin You thought that if she stayed there longer, she couldn’t stand it.
It was torture to the ears.
Nyah could only do more than she thought. Looking at this expression, she almost doubted life.
Thinking of this, she couldn’t help being mixed with sympathy and gloat in her eyes when she looked at the other party.
Fang Cheng collapsed to the ground paralyzed, as if the hallucination still remained in front of him, filling his brain with paste, and his hands and feet were unable to exert any strength.
“I was wrong,” he murmured, “I was so wrong…”
He had completely dispelled the idea of the attack, knowing how wrong his previous naive idea was. He was looking forward to returning to five minutes ago and telling himself that he shouldn’t think that he can get rid of this ruthless character who dared to break into one of the people’s base camp alone, otherwise it will only be him.
“It would be better to—”
When turning to him, Nyahlathotep immediately recovered his sarcasm. He still had a cheerful smile on his face, but the smile did not reach the bottom of his eyes, “Who took your guts?”
His attitude was even colder than when he fought Able. Judging by the strength of his force, the latter was still a “rat” worth playing around for the time being, and he couldn’t even mention the interest that made him do so.
As long as he was willing, he could make the guy who had no value in his eyes—let alone the human being he fought—die in an extremely ugly way.
Fang Cheng: “…”
He peeped into the other party’s true thoughts in horror.
After recollecting the previous decision, Fang Cheng deeply felt that he personally smashed the door of hell mode. He wanted to beg if he could get him out of this room as if nothing had happened to each other, but before he raised his head to speak, he suddenly felt that something cold was stuck on his wrist.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
Fang Cheng: “………………”
The thought he was begging was almost written on his face, and Lin You smiled when he met her eyes.
“In your dreams,” she said.
With a scraping sound, Lin You picked up the blade mercilessly, and the red string broke.
The token disappeared, and the ground returned to an empty space. Only the crooked department door proved that someone had broken in violently. She straightened up and threw the knife that she had picked up back into the open drawer.
Nyah, who was still leaning on the door frame, was still listening with interest to the screams from the corridors. Except for someone who touched him, he still enjoyed being able to frighten those people up close.
Seeing that there was nothing wrong with him, all that was left was to watch the show quietly. He actually raised his hand very consciously and waved goodbye and disappeared like this.
He came and went casually, and it was time to leave.
When she changed his card voluntarily, Lin You never thought that she would take the initiative to save the field again and again. Besides her, even Nyahlathotep himself hadn’t thought of it at first.
However, anyway, they were getting along pretty well now.
“How’s the situation?” Lin You turned around and asked “Old AI.”
The next second, another line of words appeared.
Monitoring shows that four people fled.
Lin You said “Oh.”
It didn’t matter, she thought, as long as they drank Chu Renmei’s water, she could catch up as long as she ran. Even if they ran away without letting the water from the sprinklers enter their stomachs, anyway, there were two or three squads outside, and they were the same afterward.
Thinking about this, Lin You stepped out of this department.
It was easy to clear the scene, so naturally it had to be searched.
This was one of the strongholds of the human camp. She wondered if she could find some clues on their side, or maybe their lifeline.
Chu Renmei went back to voice training after her mission was completed. In this private hospital, apart from checking the Lin You and the skulls tied together, there was no need to worry about the actions and wander around.
Time passed by, and the snake’s belly slid against the water, and she suddenly noticed something moving.
Looking back at the few people who entered the door hastily, she showed her fangs threateningly, and eagerly licked her lips with a hiss, wishing to have a taste of their blood.
Teammate: “Mas, master…?”
This snake’s tail was so long that they couldn’t help but feel weak at the first glance.
“…Yes,” Meng Shao, who came from door to door, looked at the monster with a human head and snake body, “It should be her that I feel.”
Nure-onna was said to have been a transformed woman who drowned at sea. In other words, it was within the scope of his business.
Looking at the empty scene here again, he observed carefully. He could see the barrier surrounding the periphery of the hospital and the cracks in it, and at the same time, he guessed something. He also realized that he couldn’t get rid of the snake in front of him.
Meng Shao’s heart sank. His lips moved, and he read the obscure scripture.
The sudden scream could almost pierce an eardrum, and the sound penetrated the ceiling without reservation and passed into Lin Yu’s ears, who was rummaging around.
Lin You was startled, and subconsciously looked at the skull. After confirming that she had not misheard, she put her hand on the table and rushed straight to the stairs.
She didn’t know what accident happened downstairs, the only thing that was certain was that Nure-onna might be in trouble. She walked fast, but she was still cautious as she walked down the steps. When Lin You walked around the stairs, she saw from a distance in the lobby of this private hospital, the snake demon screaming and hugging someone in robes.
Seeing her, it was like Nure-onna saw a savior. She screamed and broke through the three people, and went straight behind Lin You. She even held the corners of her clothes with her paws, her body covered with snake scales was coiled into a ball, and her tail was already slightly smoking.
Among those people, Lin You recognized the familiar bald head at a glance.
Lin You: “…”
Meng Shao: “………………”
When they met, both of them were taken aback.
The teammates didn’t know her identity, only that she must be a big enemy player, but Meng Shao knew it all. Although he couldn’t act with her last time, he was also a teammate in the same camp. Now when he was on the opposite side, he didn’t dare underestimate the enemy at all.
Lin You felt exactly the same. The other party’s ability was in some respects damned. However, if you change the angle and act according to the situation in other aspects…
As he spoke, Lin You glanced at the clock behind them, “It’s really time for you to come, and it should be an hour and a half.”
Even if they didn’t understand the meaning of her words, Meng Shao and his teammates looked at each other and raised their vigilance at the same time. It would not be a good thing to think about it.
It was like Lin You’s card sleeve.
As long as the evaluation of S or A was accumulated to a certain level, any player can get a chance to draw their own items. It was not easy to get a level above A in an instance that continuously increased the difficulty according to the player’s performance, but Meng Shao happened to be one of them.
He just drew a magic weapon not long ago, and as long as he touched it, he could also greatly increase his magic power. Although there was a limit on the number of times it could be used, it was more than enough to deal with this one right now.
Meng Shao stared at her closely, not daring to look away from her for a moment.
Lin You smiled suddenly as she watched his movements.
Meng Shao: “……!!!”
Vaguely, he seemed to see a paper-like thing flashing past the other’s fingers.
No, he convinced himself that even if she summoned another ghost, there was nothing to be afraid of—
Meng Shao paused with his hand stretched into the pocket of his wide coat, and suddenly felt something was wrong with what he had touched.
Why was it fluffy…
He brought out a rabbit.
—The round wooden fish that should have been stuffed there just in case so that it can be used at any time was gone. The black and white rabbit was biting half of the wooden fish. It was still a little rabbit, and not too heavy, but it was dragged out along with it.
From its bulging belly, one could tell where the wooden fish had gone.
Meng Shao: “…”
No wonder he felt that something was moving in his robes.
His teammates: “…”
Under the gaze of everyone, Walter, who was unwilling to give up the rations in his mouth, struggled again, swallowing the remaining wood into his stomach.
He landed with a plop, and the Omnivorous Rabbit licked his mouth contentedly.
—With food and drink, life was really good.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]