I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 151
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
If Jian Mingjia summarized her own growth experience so far, it might be a history of blood and tears in which the worldview was constantly being shattered and reshaped.
She still hadn’t figured out whether her parents’ decision to move to this city with her family was right or wrong when she was five years old.
Both of the current houses were bought later, and they lived in the opposite door back then.
The buildings in the old-fashioned residential areas still didn’t pay much attention to the distance between the households. If your family cooked stew, the other family could smell the aroma through the window. The relationship between people was also very close. Mother Lin carried a plate of meatballs to celebrate the housewarming of the Jian family, and she became so familiar with her after going back and forth.
The children of the two families were about the same age, and their friendship was naturally close. The two little girls were pushed to meet by both parents, and then they became familiar with each other as if they had another daughter in each family.
This was the beginning of the ill-fated relationship.
But at first, Jian Mingjia didn’t know her. She only knew that the little girl who was standing opposite her was white and tender, and she looked so beautiful when she smiled.
She was fascinated by her beauty, and really listened to what the adults said, “You two should get along well and take care of each other.” Even afterward, she found out that the neighbor and sister who smiled nicely actually kept a short distance from any child, and she kept moving closer.
The effort paid off, and one day, she was crowned the “best friend” that the client personally admitted.
But to be honest, Lin You’s personality was inherently unique. She liked to rely on herself for everything, and she didn’t have many friends.
The changes after growing up were not mentioned for the time being, in the eyes of the children, they were capitalized as loners. The other children alienated her from everything. Jian Mingjia had just learned a new word at that time and vaguely understood the meaning of isolation.
“You mean me and them?”
Seeing her nodding, Lin You said “Oh, I wasn’t paying attention.”
Think about adding “thank you” to her again.
After speaking, she continued to look down at her book.
She really didn’t care. This style fell in Jian Mingjia’s eyes, and she was so dizzy again that she immediately made up her mind to advance and retreat with the other party.
It didn’t take long for the two of them to enter the same elementary school when spring passed and autumn came. After changing to a new environment, Lin You still kept her own way.
In a blink of an eye, she was seven or eight, and the two families lived close together, and it was common for them to stay overnight.
Not every child would go to bed obediently and on time, even more so when they get together restlessly. No one believed it, but it was Jian Mingjia who initially proposed to watch a movie in the dark after her parents’ rounds.
Back then, it was very popular in video stores to rent out DVDs. She sneaked out the discs that the adults hadn’t had time to return. The ghost in white on the cover was extremely gloomy. She watched the horror movie with her friend in the room with the lights turned off. The film was too exciting to think about.
However, when the two of them planned for a long time and actually started to implement it, Jian Mingjia found that she had really overestimated her ability to bear it.
The volume of the TV was turned to the lowest, but it was accompanied by a weird rustling sound. Sadako with her hair draped twisted her body crawled out of the TV, her fingers festered and her eyes swollen. Every scene burned a deep shadow into her young mind.
Jian Mingjia hadn’t forgotten that they were doing bad things behind their backs, and if she screamed the fun would practically be over. But when she thought that Sadako might actually climb out of the TV in the next second, her scalp almost exploded.
The scream was pressed tightly in the back of her throat. Jian Mingjia’s face was flushed, and she hugged the arm of her friend next to her in panic.
Then she found something was wrong.
…It was weird. She stared blankly at the other party who didn’t fluctuate, and she forgot to be afraid.
In the next second, Lin You asked thoughtfully.
“Is it possible to beat her?”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
Jian Mingjia: “???”
She looked up and down at Lin You with a horrified look. They only really knew each other for the first time today, and she was stunned by this magical brain.
“Or move the TV to the window?” She was still thinking about herself, “She would climb out and fall straight down.”
It was a pity that these words were temporarily soothing to Jian Mingjia. But when she lay back on the pillow, scenes from the movie appeared before her eyes.
The TV in the corner of the room looked scary, and in Jian Mingjia’s mind, it could light up by itself at any time, and then a well would appear on the screen, and a female ghost would crawl out.
After staring for a long time, the TV was silent, but she didn’t know if it was an illusion. She always felt that she heard something rustle under the bed.
It was rustling for just a moment.
“Youyou,” she whispered to the head of the bed on the other side, “Youyou?”
Lin You answered sleepily. After hearing her talk about what happened, she jumped out of the bed and walked out of the bedroom door.
When she came back, she couldn’t see what she was carrying in her hand, so she bent over and stuffed it under the bed.
“What did you put there?” Jian Mingjia asked curiously.
“It’s a mouse.” Lin You said with a yawn, “Go to sleep, it’ll catch it.”
Jian Mingjia: “………………”
She was inexplicably relaxed. She didn’t know when she fell asleep, and then she heard a monster crawl under the bed all night and step on the trap. It cried, wailed, and yelled in pain, and her little partner licked melon seeds to watch the lively dream.
Jian Mingjia at the time didn’t realize that this was just the beginning.
Their action of watching ghost movies secretly in the middle of the night did not end there. After watching the video at home, the two of them collected pocket money to rent them on their own.
As they grew older, both of them entered middle school, and Jian Mingjia also remembered. It may have been a fundamental mistake to make an underestimated horror movie at the beginning.
It’s not that she didn’t have a sense of substitution, but her substitutions were often too strange—
Watching “The Grudge”: “Why don’t you just get a bulldozer to demolish this house?”
Watching “Chainsaw Massacre”: “It’s better to make up for the knife. If you see the corpse, come first, who knows if he pretended.”
Watching “Dead Silence”: “Mary Shaw’s tongue is so long, it must be very unique in a bow tie.”
There were countless things like this.
“Lin You,” Jian Mingjia couldn’t help it one day, “You can’t feel… what a normal person would feel?”
Lin You looked at her blankly, “For example?”
“Afraid!” she said sadly.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
It was true that the direct consequence of watching ghost movies together with her childhood friend over the years was that she was like a reassurance pill, but she occasionally wanted to experience it, instead of being forced by someone next to her after choking on her water after her remarks.
She learned a lesson later to never drink water when watching a movie with Lin You—no, this was not the point.
“It’s okay,” Lin You frowned, “I might just…I might just be more inclined to solve problems than be afraid?”
Jian Mingjia: “…What if it can’t be solved in a while?”
“Then jump over it.”
She said lightly.
“Directly get rid of the person causing the problem.”
“Or ghost,” she added.
Jian Mingjia: “………………”
She was so unforgettable with these few words that when “Box” came out a few years later. When Lin You started to flex her muscles, she could still remember clearly when the other party said these words with shining eyes.
Her sister never stopped talking, she really did it like this.
Today, Jian Mingjia finally understood that she belonged to the devil’s world.
Jian Mingjia once thought that she was also a person who had gone through a big storm. After so many years of hearing and witnessing, it would not be surprising to see the other party doing amazing things again.
…And then her worldview shattered again.
It was shattered, like the Slit-mouthed Woman’s scissors that were run over by the trolley, and there was nothing left.
She just left for a while, no more than ten minutes at most!
When she came back, she saw someone around her childhood friend??
Whether the face was handsome or not was not the point at all. The point was that this guy came from somewhere, but he sat beside her grandiosely.
In the next second, she understood why.
“Nyarlathotep,” the other party raised his eyes with interest, “In your language, should you say that?”
Jian Mingjia: “……………………”
…………What the hell???!!
It may be that she looked like her worldview was shattered, and the evil god laughed happily, and then Lin You elbowed him.
“Where’s your ticket?”
He was sometimes curious as to what he could tolerate. While this guy was bringing him fun, it also seemed to be refreshing his upper limit from start to finish, but he was not very annoyed.
It was like now, he was struggling to get into the earth, knowing that the other party might not want to be too outrageous in reality, and he got a plane ticket for the same class.
Until the beginning of the check-in procedure, Jian Mingjia was sleepwalking. Her mind was filled with the thought of “Who am I and what am I doing.” Every step seemed to be like she was stepping on marshmallows.
She pondered the philosophical questions of “Where did life come from, where do I go when I die” and “Why should I appear in this world.” She mechanically sat in her seat and fastened her seat belts. The numb expression made the flight attendants take a second look at her.
If others laugh at me, I’m crazy, but if I laugh at others, they can’t stand it.
Of course, Jian Mingjia thought, she still didn’t know who was hiding on this flight.
She watched in horror as Nyarlathotep’s new incarnation passed by the row of seats, with a smile that seemed like he was enjoying the show, as if she was wondering how someone’s friend would react when she learned this.
They were in the front of the line and were the first to get on the plane. There were not many people around right now, Jian Mingjia looked at the air and spoke.
“You—” She lowered her voice, trying to sort out her words, “I—”
“Hey,” Lin You said disapprovingly, “He’s not only an original three pillar god.”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
“I thought it was a character in the game, but you’re telling me that it was a real evil god?” She found out some earth-shattering secret, and she collapsed, “What’s the matter, where am I? What should I do? The Dimensional Wall has been breached. Is human society going to be extinct? Tomorrow the earth may be gone—”
Lin You: “Will you go back to play games later?”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
Jian Mingjia: “Yes.”
This person was too problematic!!
She asked her to find someone but didn’t let her bring back a true evil god?? And why are you still thinking about playing games at this juncture??
…And then she actually agreed.
Jian Mingjia reflected on it deeply. She felt that she might have been immersed in so many years and was also taken to another path.
“You don’t need to worry so much,” Lin You said lightly. She relayed what Nyar had said on her own initiative. “His power can only be passed through, and the influence is more in the game.”
It’s hard for Jian Mingjia to describe her feelings, but in any case, she breathed a sigh of relief.
She stuttered: “Are you sure you really…”
“Why not?” Lin You said with a smile, “I’ll try it.”
Especially when she thought about it this way, she really met her standards.
Jian Mingjia silently thought.
Her little buddy who had to solve the problem was getting more and more prosperous, and she started talking with a Cthulhu.
She shuddered at the thought of the one sitting in a row behind her.
The whole trip took two hours in total, and Jian Mingjia spent the whole process arranging the messy thread in her mind, and finally wanted to understand what she had done. She let out a muted scream and felt that she would just smash her head until she died.
Looking back at the person involved, the blindfold was pulled down, and it was really because of her that she could fall asleep at this time.
As the plane landed and taxied, Lin You, who felt the change in gravity, slowly yawned and took off her blindfold.
The two of them got off the plane in the crowd, went to pick up the checked luggage, and then got into the taxi. During this period, even if Jian Mingjia looked suspiciously, they didn’t see Nyarlathotep’s figure.
But she was certain that he followed.
“Are you sure……”
Jian Mingjia was still in the dormitory, and Lin You went out to rent an apartment by herself. The taxi stopped at her first, and Jian Mingjia poked her head out of the car window and hesitated: “Okay?”
“Don’t worry,” Lin You smiled, “I’ll see you in the game later.”
The taxi was parked under the apartment building. She swiped the door card, pressed the button beside the door, and walked into the elevator that opened in response.
“I know you are there,” she said just as the elevator doors were about to close. “Come out.”
In the next second, a figure who was not there stepped into the elevator without revealing any flaws, still smiling. His gaze swept across Lin You on the inside of the car, and when their gazes faced each other, the latter seemed to think of something, and her expression was quite thoughtful.
“Thinking about something again?” Nyar asked with interest when he followed her out of the elevator.
“I’m just thinking about what we humans might do when we first establish a relationship—”
Lin You paused.
“Although I know, but I am a little curious.”
“Want to try it?” She raised her eyebrows.
Nyarlathotep didn’t feel offended at all when she hooked a finger around his neckline. He looked at the opened lips of the other party. He walked the world for tens of thousands of years, and he had never indulged in human feelings or impulses, but at this time, his eyes were stained with dark colors.
—What was wrong with trying it?
He laughed lowly.
Then, he lowered his head and leaned down.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]