I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 137
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The night was cold, and the bus with “375” on the front stopped silently on the side of the road. Only the air-cushion door whispered slightly and turned to the right to open.
Lin You put the card that she pulled out in advance into the cardholder and put it away, jumped down the last step, and waved to the driver in the driver’s seat. The latter shuddered, glad that his mission was over here.
As soon as Geng Qinghe got out of the car with his front foot, he hurriedly pressed the button to close the door with his back foot and was happy to find a place to cool off by himself.
“Ohhhhh,” the former was almost caught in the door of the bus, “Don’t get angry—”
Fortunately, he was able to hide in time. He drove two steps forward and then saw that the bus behind him gradually faded away, instead reappearing on the ghost card.
Geng Qinghe’s heart was so anxious. There must be a lot of psychological shadows.
…Forget it, Sister You wouldn’t do it twice. She had long been used to thinking about what she did back then.
They got off the car at a distance from the east barrier, which was naturally Lin You’s idea—the whole city was shrouded in night, and most human players temporarily hid behind the barrier just in case. However, it did not rule out the possibility that the other party would still assign a few people to patrol the surroundings.
The noise in the north was big, but Lin You still hoped that when the remaining two enchantment areas were being guarded, they would be able to converge a little bit, so as not to inadvertently alert the enemy.
The rest of the road they traveled alone. It was always easier for two people to avoid the eyes and ears of the patrol than for a big bus.
Every time she passed by a street light, Lin You lifted up that simple map, trying to distinguish where they were now.
Geng Qinghe was not idle either. He ran into the roadside shops from door to door, trying to find something useful with his ability. The light was so dim, and it was not easy not to stumble into them.
He flipped through boxes and cabinets back and forth, and he really touched something.
It was cylindrical with smooth top—
“Sister You!” he exclaimed excitedly, “Sister You, I found a flashlight!”
Lin You rushed over after hearing this, and she really saw a cluster of lights shining between the dark shelves. The bright light of the flashlight cut through the darkness, but for fear of causing trouble, Geng Qinghe quickly turned it off again.
The only flaw was that it was too conspicuous to walk on the street with a flashlight in the middle of the night. Lin You held it to look at the map, and Geng Qinghe was on the side to cover it from time to time.
As shown in the picture, they were only two blocks away from the school. Lin You drew her fingertips across the map and planned the route in her mind. She was thinking about it, but was suddenly pulled by Geng Qinghe.
At the same time, she also heard the unnatural noise.
“…Who is it?” she asked alertly.
“Ah, it’s me.”
The figure who walked out of the shadows got closer and they saw that it was a strange man. When he saw them, he only smiled, “You haven’t seen me for so long, it seems that you have forgotten?”
Lin You: “…”
Geng Qinghe: “…Who are you?”
“It’s okay,” Lin You hit him with an elbow, “the one with the surname Gu.”
Upon hearing this, the latter opened his mouth roundly, and raised his finger to Gu Heng, “You, you, you—”
He was really changing his appearance!
“I think it’s too much deception,” Lin You said with a smile, “He’s afraid he’ll be recognized and chased.”
Gu Heng sneered and did not deny it.
“I saw you getting off that bus from a distance.”
He said: “I heard about the situation over there, with the same old tricks.”
It was Sister You who was praised, and Geng Qinghe felt honored, and immediately echoed: “That’s enough!”
The person involved didn’t think there was anything. Just as Lin You waved her hand, Geng Qinghe suddenly remembered something.
“Eh, that’s right,” he asked curiously, “Where did you go in the S-level instance last time?”
Gu Heng said “Ah.”
“We were not in the same building at the time.”
He smiled, “I just went out just waiting to find the key. Later, I heard about her heroic deeds in the forum. This time it was a coincidence, and I ran into you.”
Geng Qinghe couldn’t help being speechless, but Lin You did not relax her vigilance. She stared at Gu Heng, “You are from the ghost party? Where is the evidence?”
The guy she questioned smiled, and he put his fingers into the neckline, and what he hooked out was a metal chain exactly like theirs.
No matter how good at deceiving he was, he couldn’t be fake. After seeing the token in the opponent’s hand, Lin You believed him this time.
Gu Heng didn’t think it was offensive. In his opinion, this was proof that his strength was valued. He tilted his head, raised his chin, and gestured to look two streets away.
“I came here more than an hour ago.” He said.
“In pairs, they appointed three groups of people to go around the outer circle of the barrier to check for any abnormalities, and—”
“Moreover,” a completely unfamiliar voice sounded abruptly, “they are right behind you.”
Geng Qinghe was shocked, turning his head and almost breaking his neck.
The two players were holding the chandeliers, their bodies slowly appeared in the air. This was obviously the ability of one of them, and they stood in front of Lin You and the others, probably relying on the confidence of the other person’s ability.
“I guess,” Gu Heng raised his eyebrows, “You didn’t hear the first half of our conversation.”
Otherwise, when you hear the phrase “heroic deeds,” you should know who you are facing. How could you still have the courage to come out so violently to arrest people?
“What do you mean?” The man at the head couldn’t help but feel a little panicked, and looked at his companion, “Old Song—”
The “Old Song” in his mouth froze.
A pair of boneless arms wrapped around Old Song’s neck from behind, and he was surprised to find that he could not resist the opponent’s movements at all. He had to let the girl stand on tiptoe, grab his shoulders, and then lean her chin lightly on her shoulders.
Uncontrollably holding his breath, he lowered his eyes and saw the mole under the girl’s left eye.
She smiled bewilderedly, and slowly tightened her arms.
“Would you like,” she whispered, leaning in his ears, his ears slightly itching with her black hair. “To do something for me?”
The expression of Old Song had long since turned from amazement to jealousy. He stared at them fiercely—it was obvious that even if Kawakami Tomie hadn’t done anything to him, he had already become her prisoner.
The words she commanded fell, and just after letting go, the two human players with straight eyes rushed in for fear that the other party would get ahead of them to complete the task to please them.
After their figures disappeared in the barrier, Kawakami Tomie slowly smashed his temples to the back of his ears. She turned around with a faint smile, “They said that somebody just hit and accidentally picked up a button and they didn’t know what it was for, and I asked them to ask for it.”
Lin You smiled and said, “That’s really hard work.”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
Kawakami Tomie’s split body cultivated with that tube of blood hummed proudly. She raised her neck like she was looking at them through her nostrils. At this time, it was a big concession to listen to Lin You.
But having said that, even if it wasn’t the other party’s order, she would really do it—she had always used all kinds of means to prove her charm, and deeply enjoyed the other party’s obsession with herself.
They didn’t wait for a few minutes at the entrance of this alley at all until they saw Old Song running out of breath, and desperately taking credit, handing the thing he was holding forward, wishing to shove it directly into Tomie’s hand.
And his teammate hurriedly chased behind him, trying hard to grab the button, and handing it over to the beauty.
He slowed down a step, and Old Song hurriedly ran to Tomie, but the other party was not in a hurry to pick him up.
“Isn’t it exposed?” She twirled her long hair with her index finger.
“No, no!” Old Song shook his head hurriedly, “They didn’t take this thing too seriously, they all believed what I said.”
Tomie then took away the small device he presented.
Now that the thing was in her hand, her beautiful slanted eyes turned to the two of them, and these two guys were of no use.
“Then,” she smiled softly, “I will ask you to snap yourselves off.”
The undisguised maliciousness in her tone made Geng Qinghe tremble, but the two people reacted as if they had heard a gift from the heavens, and replied: “Okay! Okay!”
The two of them didn’t hesitate to pull the red silk rope on their wrists, pulling them so hard that their fingers and wrists were red, but they didn’t seem to feel any pain at all.
At the moment when the red line was finally broken, the faces of the two players who had suddenly recovered because they were hovering on the edge of the game were astonished—but it was too late.
“That button,” Lin You smiled and stretched out her hand to Kawakami Tomie who was playing with her trophy, “Can you give it to me?”
She asked in a good voice, but it contributed to the arrogance of the other party for no reason.
“Give it to you,” Tomie sneered, “Why?”
Lin You: “There is a doctor here who has always been particularly curious about your physique. He wants to use you as an experimental subject. Should I summon him?”
Kawakami Tomie: “…”
Just now, she was still immersed in her own charm, turning her head and slumping. Tomie’s face suddenly turned green and white. She stamped her foot angrily, recalling her own experience, stared at Lin You with hatred and fear, and finally handed over the button.
“You better not let me catch you.”
This was the last sentence she squeezed between her teeth before disappearing in place.
Geng Qinghe was a little worried, “Sister You…”
“If she can catch it, let her catch it,” Lin You didn’t pay much attention to it. “I’m not even afraid of Able, can I still be afraid of her?”
She held this lightweight button. Its shape and size were exactly the same as that in the private hospital, except for the color. The transparent window that popped up also told her that with a single tap, the enchantment area that was not far away would be wiped out in an instant.
“The only problem,” Gu Heng, who had been watching the drama silently, said at this moment, “Is how to control everyone after destroying the barrier.”
He heard that the other party actually made a battle with the Night Walk of a Hundred Ghosts, but—
“If they run in all directions at the same time,” he said, “there will still be a few fish slipping through the net.”
It didn’t matter before. Things had reached this point and the end was near, and the fewer players that were missed, the better.
“Don’t worry about this.”
Lin You laughed unclearly, “I have an idea—although I don’t know if I can succeed.”
“I’ll try it when my skill cool-down time is refreshed. Maybe it can really trap everyone.”
Anyway, she was accustomed to having this skill. Even if it couldn’t be implemented, there were still a group of monsters in the ghost card ready to go.
Inside the gymnasium.
The plan that the human players came together to discuss was a two-hour patrol team, but when the time came, two people were short of returning.
“Hey, did any of you see Old Song and the others?”
The team members who returned to the stadium were all questioned in this way, but they themselves didn’t know why they came back and left—each of the three teams had their own areas of responsibility, and who knew they would just disappear so quietly.
“Did something happen…”
“Where did they go?”
“Didn’t the two of them come back to fetch things, Old Song?”
The last sentence can be said to be shocking. The players who didn’t pay much attention just now, only if they were temporarily lost, also turned their heads at this time, looking at the person who was speaking unclearly.
“I don’t know,” the speaker was also confused. “He just said something, and then hurriedly took it and wanted to run out. I didn’t give him the thing, it was him!”
The player pointed to was also panicked, and was about to say something when he suddenly realized that someone was shaking his chair.
“Eh, why are you shaking my chair?!”
The girl behind him was also at a blank, “Who is shaking your stool?!”
She herself couldn’t stand still, and then she realized that the ground under her feet was shaking. The other players also noticed this, screaming one after another,
“The enchantment area!” someone said at the window, “The enchantment area is gone!”
One stone caused a thousand waves.
They all understood now that it was the earthquake caused by the collapse of the enchantment, and they were screaming, but before the players thought about the consequences they were about to face, the scenery in front of them was completely different.
Dozens of people looked at the place they were right now. No matter how they looked, it was a central square in an underground station.
On the wall not far away, there was a sign that was so weathered that it was almost impossible to read the words.
Inside the secret door.
“Is it here?” Lin You sat down on the chair.
“Yes, yes,” the station manager who had to show up—the one-footed Abe—looked out of the corner of his eyes and said with a grin, “this is it.”
She did it very simply.
In the next second after the barrier was demolished, she tried to use the scene card from the Kisaragi Station she got before.
What she first thought of was actually the nature of the Kisaragi Station itself—different dimensions of space and time difference. She thought that this might have a certain effect.
Unexpectedly, the Kisaragi Station directly replaced the gymnasium. In that case, Lin You, who was the owner in a sense, simply came in, and another card drawn at random also gave her an idea after finalizing the plan.
Meiji, the sister of the Red Person, sat in the radio room and watched them play the game of finding the body. Now Lin You really walked here for the first time, looking at the surveillance screens.
She thought while looking at one of the many players.
Why was this person’s face so blue, purple, and swollen like this? It was like he was being beaten up violently.
Even after thinking about it, Lin You didn’t understand what was going on. Under the guidance of the old man, she found the control button.
The one-legged old man’s TV set lit up, and on the screen, the iconic puppet Billy’s mouth opened and closed.
In the broadcasting room, Jigsaw himself looked at Lin You’s replacement of his role expressionlessly, and read the line with a smile.
“If I’m betting on a chance to win, I want to play a game with you.”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]