I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 132
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The air was already very quiet, but at this time it was filled with a touch of embarrassment and despair.
The faint “cracks” sounded one after another. Not only was the enchantment area that collapsed directly vacant enough to allow two or three ghosts to enter at the same time, but the cracks also spread out more and more like a spider web.
If they hadn’t reinforced it before, it would have probably collapsed enough for that bus to drive in directly!
And the culprit who personally destroyed the barrier they had worked so hard to strengthen was holding his mouth in excitement and laughter.
Two human players: “………………”
Hey Big Headed Ghost!!
This spit was still held in their hearts before they could say it. When they raised their heads, they saw a female ghost with a big belly leading a little ghost in her hand and walking towards them. The kid was holding his huge head in the other hand, and he walked upside down.
…Why the fuck was there really a big head?!!
The expressions of the two of them were terrified and horrified. They looked at each other in panic, and then both turned around and ran away in unison.
One could suppress the scream, the other yelled.
“Help ahhh—” His voice almost broke, “Help ahhhhh!”
The path from the gate to the inner hall was not very flat. It was not easy to maintain their balance. The man in front yelled and ran forward sullenly, for fear that if he accidentally fell down, he would be done for, but he never thought he would be suddenly smacked on the back of his head.
“You are stupid, what are you yelling for?” the player behind said anxiously, “Hurry up and make them run far away!”
If one more person survived, they had one more chance of winning!
“Yes!” The man came to his senses, “You’re right!”
So in a blink of an eye, he raised his throat again.
“Don’t come here! Run if you can, the enemy is invading—”
This was the last thing he had time to do.
—Because in the next second, he felt cold at his feet. He was caught off guard by the scaly snake tail wrapped around his ankle, and he was dragged to the ground facing the sky.
The player screamed. The more he struggled, the more he was entangled by the woman. Within two seconds, he couldn’t move and had to let the bright red Snake tongue lick his calf across his trousers.
The teammate who was traveling with him also didn’t settle down—he ran a little slower, and at the moment, he was blocked in a corner by a few strange little ghosts in amazement.
He couldn’t help screaming at last, but the little ghosts were still chirping louder.
They had swift hands and feet. One was on the neck, and the other twisted his shoulders and wrists. The other one naturally followed the boss’s instructions and pulled the red string from his wrist.
After tugging for a few times, it found that it couldn’t move, and it used its fangs to bite—they went down very smoothly, and the red rope fell in jagged sections.
The little demon waved this half of the red string happily, trying to put it on his arm in a way. But the red string just left the player’s skin and disappeared out of thin air.
The little demon: “…”
The four of them looked at each other in frustration, and they were all stunned.
With their little heads, it was difficult to figure out what was going on. After looking back and forth a few times, they rushed to the temple screaming to get two more.
The shouts of the two players before they were out of the game really came to the base camp in time. Because of the noise followed, they were faintly heard outside the enchantment area.
The ghosts who were originally parading behind the bus rushed toward the gap in the middle of the enchantment zone with excitement.
On the one hand, it was because of the orders of the newly recognized leader, on the other hand—
They were so sullen that they were anxious to quickly find compensation.
Those who could get in had gotten in, but those who couldn’t get through, such as the long ghost who was too tall, simply squatted outside the enchantment, waiting for someone escaping to catch them with his long legs.
The overwhelming ghosts rushed into the enchantment area and those who did not enter also surrounded the huge enchantment area most of the time, revealing a strange sense of excitement.
—The human players who were stuck in it probably didn’t want this kind of excitement at all.
Lin You was sitting on the bus seat by the window with her arms resting on the window frame, enjoying the scene of the Hundred Ghosts encircling the enchantment area with interest.
She wondered that it was almost time for herself to go around the broken enchantment area, but before she got up, she heard a voice behind her.
“It’s really you,” the familiar male voice said, “Huh?”
Hearing these words and this tone, Lin You knew who it was. She raised her eyebrows and looked back and saw a certain Cthulhu who was able to wander around leisurely sitting on the single seat in the back row.
Seeing her looking at him a little surprised, Nyah sneered, “I wouldn’t miss this scene.”
Half of Nyahlathotep’s face was hidden in the shadows, and his black pupils flashed with a mischievous light. The curvature of the corners of his mouth showed that he was appreciating all of this.
He happily saw how several humans ran out of the temple in a panic, and watched how they were stopped by the ghosts, and then had the tokens that symbolized their identity ruthlessly torn off.
Turning his gaze back into the bus, he lightly swept across Geng Qinghe, who was shrinking on the other side, who still had a psychological shadow on him. At this time, his gaze was cold on the back of his neck. The same goes for the skull. After speaking earlier, his mouth was tightly closed and he didn’t dare to say anything. Fortunately, Nyah was not interested in them at all, and ignored their existence, only looking at Lin You again.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
Only then did he rekindle his starting point, “What are you going to do now?”
Lin You raised her eyebrows.
“I’m going to get out of the bus and have a look.” she said.
Nyah nodded noncommittally, and he straightened up, apparently intending to take a stance, so he smiled at the open bus door unhurriedly.
From the driver’s seat just half a metre away, even if you didn’t know the details, you could intuitively feel that this driver, who was a ghost, didn’t dare to come out, shaking like a leaf. Seeing that he finally got out of the bus, the driver let out his breath. He raised his eyes and saw the girl approaching. Under these successive shocks, he almost fainted.
Bathed in Geng Qinghe’s sympathetic and compassionate gaze after getting out of the bus, the driver stood firm, but he felt sadder and sadder about his destiny.
He couldn’t help but be tempted with the idea of driving away while they were farther away.
Unexpectedly, he just caught up with this idea and looked back as if to catch up with Lin You.
One person and one ghost looked at each other through the front window of the bus. The driver, whose selfish thoughts were crumbling, was shocked. He immediately dismissed his thoughts and lay down on the steering wheel grievously, ready to honestly wait for them to come back.
In this bus, Lin You herself was still wondering why the driver looked at her with frosty eyes—she had no idea whatsoever.
But she didn’t plan to worry about that much anymore. Anyway, she didn’t dare to run away by herself. She simply turned her head and looked at the collapsed enchantment area.
They had just stepped inside the wall of this temple, and there was a mess on the floor. Obviously, those ghosts had already sent away a group of players here. At this time, the lobby and backyard were the battlefield, and Lin You saw tables, chairs, and benches flying around from a distance.
The figures of the three also fell in the eyes of a certain group of people hiding in the woods.
“There,” the human player leaning behind the tree trunk almost blurted out, “Is that the big shot?!”
Before the words fell, he got a hard hit on the neck.
“Keep it down!”
The player standing further back said. He also suppressed his voice as much as possible, “What if she hears you?”
Do they still want to live?
After a sigh of relief, he said again.
“You forgot what Little Wei said, huh? To say nothing of her, the one next to her is not good to provoke.”
The “Little Wei” he spoke of was exactly the player who had gone to the western enchantment area with Meng Shao and escaped by chance. According to Little Wei, they still had the advantage, and “that girl” summoned a certain SCP unexpectedly.
The guy named Able had a religious dispute with the master, and the master passed away because of this.
The Hundred Ghosts rushed to disperse everyone, and these few people finally escaped and hid here. Little Wei, who was not in front of him right now, had also lost contact. They only briefly heard him describe it. He said that “Able” had a dark complexion, and his exposed arms were all tattooed with weird styles that looked like a demon smiling.
But it was too dark and it was so far away. They didn’t know if there was a tattoo or what the tattoo looked like, but that person should be Able
They were confused, but they could only bet on this one.
Master Meng couldn’t help him because “Able” was a character in the Bible, so if you look at it from another angle—
“Coincidentally,” one of them said, “the last time I visited the instance, I got this stuff.”
He held a small bottle and shook it before everyone’s eyes, and took a deep breath, “Father Morin’s Holy Water, do you want to try it?”
Someone took this vial before the word was over.
“Okay, I’ll go.”
A few meters away on the road.
The noise got closer. Lin You looked sideways at Nyarlathotep, whose face became more and more interested, and she said casually: “Why, what do you think you still have?”
“I just think,” he pointedly looked at Lin You, “I have a very good vision.”
Lin You: “…”
Wait a minute, was he complimenting her or himself?
The leaves were rustling, and Geng Qinghe was the first to react to this unusual movement.
“Sister You—” he cried out.
The person who rushed out stunned Lin You and the others. None of them expected that at this time, there would be people rushing up that were not afraid of death.
And this player gritted his teeth, roared, and unscrewed the bottle, holding the vial and splashing on who they thought was “Able”!
He had the chance to win. No matter how quick the opponent was, he couldn’t dodge such a splash of liquid.
Unexpectedly, the battle would be successful easily, and the human player almost couldn’t help but began to laugh wildly with excitement. He watched eagerly as the drops of water wet the skirt of the other party’s clothes and dripped down.
The smile on the player’s face gradually disappeared.
How could it be ineffective?
Lin You: “…”
Nyah: “………………”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]