I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 48
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She was thrown into a dry well and died after contracting smallpox. The grievances after her death were attached to the videotape and disseminated. But a large part of the reason she can do this is because she inherited the superpowers from her mother at birth.
She had been witnessed using her mind to possess an unplugged TV. It was unreasonable to think that she could not do the same thing now that her power increased.
At the same time, Sadako was famous for crawling out of the TV. She didn’t have to rely on it to appear, but in most creations, this classic scene was obviously the most common—maybe she preferred to appear this way.
She found a place with a TV to wait at. In any case, they knew where she would appear, and it was less risky than if she would pop up from behind.
It was not enough to unplug it, so they did a little bit more—
As a result, it became such a scene without embarrassment.
Sadako’s upper body was lying on the carpet next to the cabinet. Her long wet hair still covered her face, but her fingertips that should have been covered with nails were full of purple and black rotten flesh.
This scene alone was really terrifying, especially since the remaining half of the body was still in the TV set.
The upright screen was dented by two hammer strokes, and white smoke was still seeping through the cracks. The spider-web-like patterns spread out from the place where Sadako was stuck.
She struggled to move forward. She failed to pull herself out of it anymore, so she just dragged the TV to the ground.
Lin You said.
“It looks like you can’t get out. I have something to discuss with you, how’s that sound?”
Hearing her voice, Sadako slowly raised her head and looked in her direction.
Despite the thick hair, at that moment, Lin You strongly felt that the other party smiled contemptuously.
Almost at the same time that she had a bad feeling in her head, she saw Sadako raise her hand and shake the empty air.
In the next second, Lu Zhenjie grabbed his throat silently.
The curse of the seventh day was immediately set on him. He seemed to want to scream, but he was blocked by something invisible, so he had to scratch his itchy and festering neck with his fingers.
His pulse was messed up, his knees softened, and Jian Mingjia quickly grabbed him, “Hey!”
Seeing that the other party didn’t mean to negotiate at all, and her teammates still wanted to be cold, Lin You turned around.
“In that case,” she said, “I also won’t be polite.”
She held the cassette with Sadako’s curse printed on it.
At this moment, Lin You’s left and right hands simultaneously used force. With a crisp sound, she folded the videotape in two in front of Sadako Yamamura herself!
………………This was a bright, heavy-hitting provocation!!
Sadako was suddenly violent!
She leaped toward Lin You with her disheveled head, but the moment she raised her hand, she felt a chill in her chest.
She lowered her head.
A slender toothbrush handle pierced her heart.
Behind Sadako, Geng Qinghe’s knees trembled, but he still gritted his teeth and clenched the toothbrush he had found in Mary Shaw’s puppet theater.
Special props like “the best toothbrush in the world” can easily penetrate any dead object, and they will disappear completely as soon as they touch the bristles.
Geng Qinghe sent his hand in again.
Sadako turned her head to see this guy who dared to pierce her with this thing after smashing the TV.
She did not have time to do so.
Just before turning back, her figure flickered and disappeared completely without leaving a trace.
…It was successful.
Geng Qinghe sat straight back and fell to the ground.
This is what they discussed early in the morning. If they didn’t agree, they would just start. But the situation hadn’t improved at all right now, and Lu Zhenjie was still rolling around holding his throat, his breath getting weaker and weaker.
“If you find the right way, I guess there will be time to save him.”
Gu Heng observed his state.
The system will immediately send the player out of the game after determining that they cannot be saved. Most of the time, the player may not realize how they died. At that moment, Lu Zhenjie’s situation clearly still had room for change.
It seemed that the technique Sadako used on him was to get him infected with the virus first and then cause the illness on the seventh day.
“Is there a doctor?” he asked, “Which one of you has a medical profession?”
“I am, but…no, I can’t.”
Jian Mingjia replied quickly.
“I am not a serious doctor by profession. I can only treat simple trauma in this area.” It was fine to ask her to dispense medicine, but treating smallpox and viruses are not within the scope of this profession.
Lin You asked suddenly.
“—Can smallpox be treated as a plague?”
She pulled out his card, and the Plague Doctor wrapped in a black robe appeared before everyone. Its first reaction was to look at Lin You.
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“Have you finally changed your mind?”
Lin You: “…”
“No,” she said dryly, “I didn’t.”
It was obvious that behind the sharp-mouthed mask, the Plague Doctor was terribly disappointed.
“If you don’t plan on letting me treat you, why did you ask me to come out?”
“…This is not the time to talk nonsense!”
Lin You pointed to Lu Zhenjie who was dying and collapsed to the ground, “Can you cure him?”
As the saying goes, specialized careers require specialized skills.
“Let me see—oh,” the magnetic voice of the Plague Doctor immediately became compassionate, “Another poor patient who has more than one kind of stubborn disease. Don’t worry, I will cure him completely.”
Lin You heard that something was wrong, and she was afraid that he would become a zombie according to her understanding, “Don’t be thorough! Just fix a part of it!”
Plague Doctor: “…”
“You promised to provide me with experiments,” he muttered.
“I did, but not on him.”
Plague Doctor: “I need experiments, I need experiments—”
Seeing as he would repeat this until he got an affirmative answer, Lin You hurriedly responded.
“Well, I’ll definitely find one for you, just cure him this time!”
Hearing this, the Plague Doctor stood up willingly and walked over with his surgical kit.
“Wait,” Jian Mingjia was taken aback, “Are you going to cut into him?”
The Plague Doctor put on the gloves and added: “Don’t worry, ma’am, he won’t feel anything during the operation, you just have to watch.”
It didn’t take him too long.
It was difficult for ordinary people to understand what he did, but when the Plague Doctor finally cut the thread used for sutures, Lu Zhenjie’s condition was clearly much better.
He gave Lin You a gentle salute.
“I hope that when we meet again next time, you have already decided to accept my therapy.”
Lin You: “…”
Thanks a lot, but she can’t.
The figure of the Plague Doctor disappeared. Lu Zhenjie coughed a few times, and after a few minutes, he could really sit up.
“It really doesn’t hurt,” he murmured with the twisted scars on his throat, “I didn’t expect to be saved.”
He didn’t dare to look down on his teammates, but now he looked more admirably at Lin You—he guessed that the person who appeared just now was related to her, although he didn’t know what skill it was, he knew at a glance that it wasn’t simple.
“If this can be cured,” Geng Qinghe muttered, “Don’t worry about Sadako.”
Jian Mingjia patted his back.
“What are you thinking about?”
She said: “Sadako needs more than just this one method.”
Not to mention that this was only an avatar. They can solve it easily, but they don’t know what will happen in the future.
And one more thing.
Lin You thought.
She looked at her watch. It took three minutes for the Plague Doctor to perform the operation, which was equivalent to only saving one person at a time.
She must be careful in the future. But this instance had at least one advantage. It wasn’t as fast as Kisaragi station—her cool-down time was over.
“Alright. Now that the problem is solved,” Lin You said, “Let’s go to sleep, we have to go to Hakone tomorrow morning.”
Lu Zhenjie was the first to leave, holding onto the doorframe. He was tossed so hard that he wanted to rest quickly. Geng Qinghe hesitated to keep up and said he would help.
Jian Mingjia looked at Lin You, who shrugged, “Next time I’ll go.”
The living room door closed behind her.
“Do you want to stay here alone?” Gu Heng hung his hand over the doorknob. “You’ve got guts.”
Lin You humbly said: “At least I’m more courageous than someone who is shocked when he sees his teammates and knocks a candlestick over.”
Gu Heng’s smile remained unchanged, “I don’t understand what you are talking about.”
“Nothing, I just wanted to talk about it. If you don’t understand it, then forget it.” Lin You walked over, turned the doorknob, and walked out of the living room before him.
“Oh,” she turned her head symbolically, as if she just remembered, “Good night.”
Gu Heng’s face was unchanged.
“Yes,” he said, “Good night.”
Once everyone was asleep, time naturally jumped to the early morning of the next day.
Lu Zhenjie contacted the owner of the video store in advance. Although the other party did not want to be involved in this matter anymore, he still gave them the address of the videotape purchase on the chat software.
…It’s just that because he was still drunk, his typing was a bit scrambled, and after several confirmations, they finally confirmed the address of the family.
They booked a ticket for 6:30 in the morning.
Maybe it was because it was too early, and it was another workday, for there were only two or three passengers on the bus beside them.
Those few people sat in the front, and they chose the last two rows. When the time came, the driver started the bus and joined the traffic.
The drive was far, and when they left the city, there were fewer and fewer cars on the road.
The bus drove steadily and turned onto a winding mountain road.
The people in the car were a bit drowsy.
Geng Qinghe was still looking out the window. The first time he saw the countryside scene here, he was a little curious.
“What the fuck.”
He was looking backward, startled in horror, “Did…Did I see something behind me?”
Several people looked forward and saw that the driver and the passenger in front hadn’t noticed any abnormalities, and he hurriedly leaned to his window.
It was a black spot.
The black spot got closer and closer and turned into a person.
Ordinary people don’t necessarily know how to run on this mountain road, but in any case, it was impossible to catch up to the speed of a bus with just a pair of feet.
Unless that’s not a human.
“Wait,” Lin You murmured, “I might have guessed it.”
The ghost appeared on the highway in urban legends. She was extremely fast, and would deliberately chase vehicles along the way. If she is allowed to pass, the car will be affected by her, and a severe traffic accident will occur.
Since there were other ghosts, it meant…
“No survivors” maybe had more than Sadako and Kayako.
Turbo Bachan was getting closer.
This was a mountain road. If something happened, there wouldn’t be any survivors.
Lin You’s heart beat faster.
The old woman, who rushed forward, had long and thin cheeks and was haggard. She shook her hands beside her in an extremely strange posture, and finally caught up with the rear of the car.
At this moment, she heard two heavy knocks on the glass above her head.
She had done this many times before—chasing vehicles, causing panic among passengers, passing them, and killing them in fear.
As she was thinking about this, Turbo Bachan raised her head, intending to show a malicious smile inside.
—Lin You closed her eyes and opened the window!
Let her face SCP-096 with a shocked expression like the famous painting “The Scream.”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]