I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 140
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Just before Lin You let go, that bone seemed to have self-awareness, and a powerful invisible force pulled it and attached most of the hardened bones.
It may not be accurate to say that it was self-awareness, after all, it was originally part of it. But except for this croaking skull every day, all parts of it were still very peaceful, so quiet that if it weren’t for the backpack’s description to clearly indicate that this was the body of a skull, Lin You would think they had picked it up the bones of someone else by mistake.
Now that these bones were tightly pieced together, it was only now that people were convinced that they did not find a mistake.
The periosteum glowed white, and it quickly regenerated at the joints. Soon, within ten seconds, the skull became one body.
He moved his fingertips, and they contracted and stretched with his movements, and then, a more amazing picture appeared.
The thin fascia was attached to the blood vessels, followed by the striped muscle lines. The skull closed his mouth tightly, and couldn’t care about speaking anymore. He thoughtfully mobilized his mind to reorganize his body.
Compared with human bones, the skin was smooth and fair and covered the muscles again, and it was stretching over him, recreating his most proud face—
The spell failed without warning. The muscles and skin that were finally recreated disappeared without a trace, and the skull and his bones were scattered all over the floor with a dazed expression.
Lin You: “…”
After suffering for most of his life, he returned to the pre-liberation period.
This was so embarrassing.
Geng Qinghe was obviously sympathetic and a little bit eager to laugh. The two intertwined, making him suffocate a very complicated expression. Gu Heng still had some conscience, he turned his head and so he couldn’t hear whether he was laughing or coughing.
Compared with the two of them, Nyarlathotep had no scruples—the scene of the skeleton falling apart and jumping twice with parts was so funny, he almost couldn’t laugh.
Slenderman was not too big to watch the excitement, and he didn’t mean to close the crack on his face.
Lin You also managed to suffocate her laugh because of everyone’s cooperation. She blinked, “What’s the matter?”
The skull opened his mouth listlessly. He obviously had some thoughts himself, but before he could speak, someone opened his mouth first.
“Insufficient strength,” Nyarlathotep said coolly and clearly, “Work on it slowly yourself.”
This was obviously a big blow to the skull, and he gave a long sigh.
Although he didn’t even think about it and left after finishing the spell—
“It seems,” he said quietly, “girl, I have to spend more time with you.”
After all, according to his observations, the guys who have become cards were doing well. Sadako and Tomie were the two best examples. Following her should also help to accumulate the power to restore him to his original state.
“It’s okay, there’s room.”
Lin You glanced at the pile of bones on the ground, “But you just threw away your bones? You have to put them away again, right?”
“Don’t worry about it,” the skull took a deep breath, “I’m optimistic.”
He used to be a magician who had a certain degree of accomplishment to conduct his own experiments, but because his body was scattered everywhere for too long, all the power he possessed was vented, and it was impossible to restore it easily.
But even so, some things can still be done.
The bones piled up in a mess spontaneously spun up one after another. Without Lin You’s help this time, he reorganized his body on his own—although there were only bones.
The skull looked down at his leaking chest, frowning, trying to press his ribs together more firmly. He quickly realized that even though he had only the skeleton left, it was a bit like running naked.
He shook his hand bones in the air, and he didn’t know how he pulled out a black cloth out of thin air.
On closer inspection, it was actually a cloak with a hood. Putting it on the skull, it can completely cover him in it, so that when he walks on the street in the middle of the night, he wouldn’t frighten others.
“Okay,” he said pitifully, wrapped in his cloak, “That’s it.”
Geng Qinghe could not help but cry out when he saw him change clothes, and he gasped.
“So you really have two hands.”
It wasn’t just playing tricks.
He had dabbled in all kinds of magic, even with the Cthulhu family. Thinking of this, he couldn’t help but quietly glanced at a certain three-pillar original god with his hollow eye sockets—this little magic was still easy to catch.
As for the rest… hey, let it go slowly.
These things with the skull came to an end, and Slenderman returned to the battlefield where he was scheduled to go after watching enough.
The human players were chased by a few ghosts in this embarrassing situation. When he joined again, the situation became more chaotic, not to mention, there was no possibility of escape under the siege.
—However, without the consent of the manager, it would have been impossible for Lin You to leave the station forcibly. This was what Lin You and the others had verified.
Someone who was lucky enough to reach the exit of the station found in despair that there was a transparent wall between him and the outside world. When he looked back, Slenderman, the Black Goat Kid, Eight-feet-tall, and the Fashion Model completely blocked him.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
He whimpered, shrank in the corner, and showed fear like the rest of the human players. In the end, he was cruel and broke the red cord that represented the token with his teeth.
Since then, all the human players who belonged to the eastern enchantment area have been eliminated, which was gratifying.
Kisaragi Station closed ahead of schedule, which was also great news for the one-legged old man. With tears in his eyes, he held the walking stick behind him, eagerly waiting for Lin You to stop thinking of their little broken station.
In the next second, he saw the other party turning back with a smile.
“Good work,” Lin You waved, “We’ll continue next time?”
Old man: “…”
Please let it go!!
Nyar passed him with his arm resting on his head with a smile, and the old man hurriedly put on a smiling face again. This one was better than the other ancestors he couldn’t afford to offend, and it was better to send him away quickly.
Geng Qinghe leaned in quietly, “The two of them…you…”
He hesitated, but Lin You understood what he meant—Do you want to collect the Fashion Model and Eight-feet-tall?
“You still learned to worry about this for me,” Lin You said with a leap, “Huh?”
Geng Qinghe coughed and scratched his head, “I’m really curious, I’m just asking.”
“Didn’t they get along well?” Lin You touched her chin, “Let them stay here.”
Anyway, she was not short of one or two people, and they could still be used as a reserve army at Kisaragi Station. It would be much more convenient if there was anything—like today, for example.
Walking out of the exit, the illusion of the station changed back to the scene card in a flash behind her.
Lin You moved her finger and took the card back to the picture book. When she looked up again, she suddenly saw a few people standing across the road, and the person at the front was a little familiar.
“Hey, Sister You,” Geng Qinghe who saw the same moved his lips, “That’s not—”
Before he could finish speaking, the other party walked over in three steps and two steps—it changed to a trot directly behind them.
“Such a big movement, I know it’s you.”
Jian Mingjia gasped and said, “How is the situation?”
“Fortunately,” the human players must not be very good. Lin You glanced behind her, “Who are those people?”
The ten or so people who were left in the same place erupted in excitement and fierce whispers, maybe because they recognized her.
“…Sure enough…the big shot…”
…Okay, of course it is.
“I met them on the way,” Jian Mingjia scratched her head, “They were all desperate, and then I relayed it to them to comfort them, and let them come and join you.”
She glanced over Nyar, and glanced at Gu Heng, who she didn’t recognize, and the skull with a hood now. Finally, she leaned towards Lin You, grabbed her, and said: “We happened to catch a human player in the house on the corner just now.”
There was a station in the school, which was too conspicuous. She guessed that it was a small job by herself, and she simply persuaded her teammates to escort the person over.
Lin You: “Huh?”
What she was interested in was not the enemy players. After all, she was almost three-quarters out of the game, but the hidden meaning behind this sentence—
There were human players who took the risk to hide outside the enchantment. If there was one, there would be another, and there would be many others.
If you want to win, you have to get all these people out.
“What about him?” Lin You asked.
Jian Mingjia looked back at her, and a grimacing player was pushed out from the middle of the crowd.
Cui Hang thought that he was so unlucky, but he heard that the enchantment areas on both sides were broken, and he ran out to hide when he felt it was unreliable. Who would have thought that this group of guys happened to be looking for talisman paper, and even brought him out.
“I don’t know,” he scratched his neck, “I’m alone, how can I know where others are hiding?”
It was true.
Lin You was worrying, but someone was pulling at the corners of her clothes.
“Hey, let me see,” the skull muttered, “I have a way.”
Lin You nodded, and he stepped forward.
As the wind blew, the hood was lifted a little, and Cui Hang was immediately anxious.
Cui Hang: “I…!”
He saw exactly what the other party looked like.
There was no flesh and skin, only a bare human skull under the hood, and the neck was empty, so you can be sure that there was a skeleton under the cloak.
The skull gave him a gloomy smile, and the teeth that opened and closed at close range made Cui Hang almost unable to breathe.
The skull was too cruel. He could easily move on his own. He was excited, not to mention that his knowledge of himself was still at the level of once killing men, women, and children. This smile was purely a subconscious display of his own charms.
Unexpectedly, the charm did not show the slightest bit, but it almost scared him.
His bony finger was resting on his wrist—more precisely, on the red cord that was resting on his wrist.
But it wouldn’t be good for a normal person to be touched by a skeleton like this. Cui Hang’s hair was about to stand up one by one, but the gap between the enemy and him was too great. He may be struggling but he would be pressed back in minutes. He had to wait and watch that guy just stand like that.
Gradually, he didn’t know what the other party had moved. Even Cui Hang himself felt the red rope trembling slightly. The message sent out made the skull sorcerer wearing the cloak withdraw his hand in satisfaction, and it stopped temporarily and played tricks with his head.
“It’s done, keep him first—mainly keep this token. I can find out where the other guys are hiding,” he said.
At the same time, thousands of miles away, a new post with a headline full of grief and indignation appeared quietly on the originally quiet forum.
—Who was it that started the rumor that “that girl” was in the human camp?! Stand up for me!! Yes!!!! Who?!!!!![Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]