I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 34
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
What kind of experience was it to see your clone?
Lin You hadn’t seen the front face of the Hanging Balloon before, but now she saw the face hidden behind the cardboard box, and she couldn’t help but sigh.
After all…in the dim warehouse, she was being faintly stared at by a huge balloon that looked exactly the same as herself. This scene would be strange to anyone.
But it was not surprising that its voice was be heard in their respective ears, and its appearance would naturally match them. In short, the purpose of the Hanging Balloon was to kill people as their clones.
—Yes, kill people.
Think about its original purpose, she then looked at how the other person was now sneaking up behind the shelf. Lin You no longer feel uncomfortable and unwell, she only felt it was a bit funny.
She didn’t realize that she had mistakenly used the villain’s script. She leaned on a wooden frame and spoke with ease.
“If you continue to hide behind.”
Lin You said, “I’ll call that guy out.”
As she was speaking, she smiled and formed the shape of scissors with her right hand. Her two fingers suddenly joined together—there was no sound in the whole process, but they fell in the eyes of the Hanging Balloon, and it seemed to hear the sour snipping sound that twisted its noose.
The Hanging Balloon: “………………”
It was so angry that it only dared to yell in its mind. It was really afraid that she would call the woman out if it didn’t agree. After gnashing its teeth on the spot, the Hanging Balloon almost exploded, but after all, it could only flash out of the hidden shelf, float quietly to the side, and try to kill Lin You with its eyes.
But for the latter, this level was superficial, not even tickling her a bit.
Of course Lin You was misleading it.
She tried it on the way here, and now she couldn’t summon a card from the illustration book. Besides, the cool-down time was good, and she would not specifically use skills that can only be used once to deal with the Hanging Balloon with its greatly reduced strength—it would be a waste.
If it weren’t for the balloon being attacked, it would also leak. She didn’t mind borrowing 096’s paper bag again.
“Don’t stare at me like that,” Lin You scrunched her eyes, “Anyway, you can’t do much now, it’s not like doing it with me?”
Why didn’t she think about who caused it to become like this?!
The human head balloon felt bitter in its heart. It thought it had seen everything, and it didn’t hurt to see that this guy’s conscience really wasn’t hurt at all. However, after holding back for a long time, it still had to admit that what the other party said was right.
“I…” Its expression was so low that it almost dripped with water, “What good can it do?”
“Oh,” said Lin You, “Can you look up?”
The human head balloon answered almost in seconds.
“You can replace me with those steel bars,” it said.
Lin You: “…”
Those damn steel bars.
Never mind feasibility, do you want to try hanging someone with steel bars yourself? Or do you want to be a gunman??
“Impossible,” she said, “Something else.”
“Or if you think so, steel bars are not necessary, but the rope can definitely be restored.”
The Hanging Balloon’s eyes lit up, “Really?”
“Yeah,” Lin You said seriously without blinking her eyes, “Really.”
She couldn’t guarantee it, but the Engraver and the Slit-mouthed Woman should have some thoughts.
The eyeballs of the Hanging Balloon turned around. Although it didn’t say it clearly, it had already expressed its intentions in its behavior.
Lin You reached out and grabbed the card that fell from the air.
“Based on a bitter experience,” she muttered to herself, “It refuses to appear on the same occasion as a woman wearing a mask and wearing a windbreaker with scissors… it remains a respectful distance away from doorknobs…”
Lin You: “…”
It was obvious.
…What about doorknobs??
But at this moment, unless the Hanging Balloon was called out again, it will be unclear.
She looked at the face of the card. The portrait painted in oil paint was a little bit abstract. The Hanging Balloon floated in the air, and the face was painted black with a few strokes, making it difficult to see what it looked like.
Lin You guessed this was because the Hanging Balloons that appeared at this station were more like everyone’s avatars, and they didn’t have their original form.
This was because it didn’t want to see the Slit-mouthed Woman, and the other is that if you see it, a bloody murder will happen.
Thinking about this, Lin You looked at SCP-096 nearby.
The paper bag of the right size covered its head tightly. It didn’t move. It squatted silently, resting its two knee-length arms on the floor, occasionally poking the ground.
SCP-096 is no more than a Hanging Balloon. After the Foundation contained it, it was not found to have advanced brain functions, so it did not consider it to be intelligent. It only acts on its own instinct, which makes it a little more difficult to collect in the illustrated book.
Lin You walked towards another row of shelves.
With such a large warehouse, it was almost impossible for one person to look through it carefully. She can only focus on the larger boxes, hoping to find arms and legs inside.
Of course, nothing was gained.
She pushed open the last carton.
Seeing that it was also empty, Lin You wiped her sweat and decided to temporarily abandon the warehouse and look elsewhere.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
The warehouse was located behind the shopping mall on the first floor of the station, next to a small repair shop.
It was mostly leather goods, but also some miscellaneous things—Lin You passed the sign that said “Specializing in leather shoes, bags, umbrellas, etc.” After thinking about it, she decided to go in and search for it just to be safe.
She walked around the counter and the large and small packages randomly piled on the side. She was about to flip through them one by one, but her eyes suddenly froze.
It was invisible from the outside, but when you walked inside, you could see a narrow curtain on the side.
There was a mass of blue plastic under a curtain.
Lifting the curtain, Lin You noticed the slight undulation of the “thing.” She walked over and leaned down, reaching out and uncovering the plastic sheet—
After seeing the person underneath clearly, and shaking her shoulder to no avail, Lin You patted her cheek with the back of her hand.
“Li Jing?” She called out, “Li Jing, wake up.”
After all, it wasn’t a real coma. It was probably her behavior that triggered a certain condition. Li Jing, who woke up, opened her eyes, a little confused for a while.
“I…” she murmured.
“Who were you with before you passed out?” Lin You reminded her.
Li Jing: “…”
“Ren Mingde! It’s him!” Li Jing slapped her thigh, and exclaimed emotionally, “We ran to the warehouse, and after we went in, he told me that he found something inside for me to see. I just got a pain in my neck, and then I don’t know what happened!”
There must be a problem!
“He’s a traitor,” Lin You said, “But it’s okay, it’s already taken care of.”
Li Jing breathed a sigh of relief. She didn’t ask about it, and she didn’t really care. After all, her biggest concern now was—
“Are we continuing to look for the body?”
“Well, actually it’s overtime.”
Lin You explained the whole story to her in two or three sentences, and then said: “They went to send the body to the coffin, and there are four remaining parts we are looking for.”
Li Jing muttered, “Why is it more intense?” Then she got up. When she removed the plastic sheet that was still covering her body, her elbow accidentally touched the shoe rack next to her.
Seeing that the wooden shelf that was not very strong collapsed suddenly, Li Jing screamed.
The shoes were scattered all over the floor, and when one of the leather boots fell down, something slipped out of it.
Li Jing: “…”
Lin You: “…”
Could it be that they had traveled all over to look for something, only to find it easily?
She rummaged through the warehouse and found no clues. Li Jing accidentally knocked over the shoe rack and one appeared.
Lin You bent down to pick up the hard cardboard, and the latter also leaned over her.
“Ten?” Li Jing frowned and read the number on it, “This is the same as the previous pieces of paper…”
“This one hasn’t been torn.”
Lin You picked up this piece of cardboard that had been roughly cut off, “It should be intact…If it says ‘ten,’ why don’t we go to the tenth gate?”
It was probably this.
The number ten…
Li Jing looked around confused and nodded—they had not yet been to that platform anyway.
“Right… I haven’t asked yet,” she tremblingly pointed to the enigmatic creature with a paper bag outside the store. “What is that?”
Before Lin You could speak, Li Jing waved her hand again immediately.
“Forget it, I know.”
She said in an understanding tone: “It must be related to your career, right?”
…Yes, but it was probably not the kind of relationship she imagined.
Lin You said yes. Thinking about it, she still didn’t tell Li Jing the truth for the time being, so as not to cause her fear.
“If the paper bag falls,” she reminded, and patted the other person on the shoulder kindly, “close your eyes immediately and don’t ask why.”
Li Jing: “…Oh, oh.”
The space in the store was too small, so 096 who couldn’t get in had to stay outside and wait for Lin You and the other to follow. Li Jing couldn’t help but look at it. Since the Red Person was not there at the moment, there was no need to follow the “don’t look back” rule.
When she turned her head again, Li Jing was taken aback.
She was stunned: “It’s not the one in front—”
Lin You was in the flower shop not far away, and she heard Li Jing’s voice before looking over.
Sure enough, a man turned the corner. Although his back was facing them, by looking at his clothes they saw it was the square-faced man that had moved separately before going to the coffin downstairs to put the body away.
“I remember his name is… Zhang Yuhai?” Li Jing said, “Would you like to call him over?”
A “yes” slipped to her lips, and Lin You swallowed it.
She said: “It’s not quite right.”
It stands to reason that the two of them knew that there were three people upstairs investigating, and they shouldn’t have come up so soon.
What’s more… His body always made people feel unwell.
Li Jing hadn’t figured out what was going on yet, but she was discreet. He moved behind the wall with Lin You, and then cautiously poked his head out, looking around carefully, and finally realized what went wrong.
They were erratic, not so much walking. It was more like he was being dragged forward forcibly. His whole body was also abnormally bent, and this wandering posture would never appear on a normal person.
In the next moment, a sharp beak protruded from the corner that Zhang Yuhai walked out from, which made Li Jing’s pupils shrink.
“Sure enough,” Lin You muttered in her ear, “It’s him.”
Li Jing: “…Him?”
“The Plague Doctor,” she said.
The guy walked under the light.
He was dressed in a medieval costume of a doctor of the Black Death, and his clothes were pitch black. The so-called “pointed beak” was a mask on his face.
Its top and bottom were tightly shielded, so its age and gender were not visible, and they could only see a pair of deep eyes.
“Did you see his hand?” Lin You said, “You will die if you touch it.”
“His goal is to eliminate what he thinks is a major plague, so after killing the opponent, he will use his own surgical kit to transform the corpse. The transformed corpse will be resurrected and start wandering aimlessly. Once it encounters a living person, it will try to kill them.”
The square-faced man was afraid that he was eliminated after encountering a plague doctor, and the “body” left behind became his experiment.
“… Isn’t that difficult to deal with?!” Li Jing’s face was pale.
Lin You nodded appreciatively.
So there was definitely at least one SR.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]