I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 67
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It was so pitiful. The nurse didn’t recover from her backbone for a long time.
Nothing could be seen on the face full of fleshy vines, and she probably didn’t feel any pain, but watching her blindly keep her body tilted forward…
This waist was probably really twisted.
Twisting around again, her movements did not slow down a bit. She just tried to lift the sharp knife upwards and continue to move forward. This persistent spirit of insisting on not getting under the line of fire was really admirable—well, if the other party was not their enemy.
Once you fall into a fight, this feeling of admiration can no longer exist.
Seeing the nurses getting closer and closer as the flashlight clicked on and off, Qiao Can was pinched by Jian Mingjia just as she wanted to speak out. She immediately understood, and then only pulled the corners of her mouth and asked in a low voice: “What is she doing?”
It was impossible to retreat. They only got off the elevator not long ago, and there was no way to go—the only way to escape was through the fork in the road. But they also didn’t know what else might be hidden there. Lin You and her team remembered the way in advance to avoid the side roads. This was simply putting the cart before the horse.
Once you lose your way in the dark, the consequences are no joke.
“Don’t worry, don’t worry.”
Lin You said.
“Wait for me to play—ah no, test again.”
…Qiao Can wondered if she had heard something extraordinary just now.
Before she could speak, the beam went out in an instant again, and this time it was another nurse who was helpless. The latter was about to take a step and caught up with the darkness, tripped her left foot on her right foot, and fell straight down.
Qiao Can: “…”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
“Certainly,” she hurriedly grabbed the flashlight, “Stop playing, we will all be hit against the wall if we play again.”
This was true. Lin You kept turning on and off the light. Even though it seemed that the monsters in nurse uniforms were sluggish, they were still approaching them.
Jian Mingjia squeezed the flashlight and did not dare to turn it on again. In the darkness, the nurses moved from time to time because of their whispers.
“Anyway, it’s unavoidable here.” Lin You said, “We can only move forward.”
It’s hard to say whether the nurses were sane or not. It seemed impossible to receive their card just by communicating with them.
“One twisted her waist, one tripped herself, and the remaining two can get by, right?”
—This was really true.
“Why are you still doing this…”
Jian Mingjia said. The success rate was so low that it was a sloppy attack, but she didn’t expect it to be done, “Okay, let’s go from the side.”
Four nurses were stuck in the middle of the corridor, and two of them were lost in battle by the flashlight, and the other two were standing nearby. Compared to the twisted waist, the gap left on the other side was larger—but it was also very limited.
If they wanted to get past, they had to pass the one with the broken waist. Fortunately, they just needed to be silent and everything would be fine. Jian Mingjia and Qiao Can went one after another with Lin You sandwiched between them. She lowered her head to avoid the arm raised by the nurse and was about to take a step forward when she suddenly realized that she had stepped on something loose.
She secretly thought it was bad.
The basement level of the hospital had a ground made of iron plates, which was very similar to the world in the school. The difference was that it was stronger here.
…Just a little bit.
Almost at the same time, Lin You only felt the cool breeze sweep across her cheek. She was agitated and watched as the scalpel in the nurse’s hand pressed against her skin and inserted it into the limestone wall behind.
It wasn’t a false alarm. As long as you start the opponent again, you can change the direction of the cross split in minutes.
Jian Mingjia could see clearly as soon as she turned her head, but she didn’t dare to turn her head back to pull it—if it made Lin You lose her balance, it would be even worse. She had to watch her move away a little bit with horror, and then she came over in a few steps.
“That scared me…”
Qiao Can followed Lin You closely. She was closer to her than Jian Mingjia. The blade almost wiped her bangs, and it was only then that the heart that jumped into her throat could rest.
However, Lin You, who felt nothing towards the blade in front of her, crawled out of the attack range smoothly, and only three words remained.
—I admire you.
Jian Mingjia carefully turned on the flashlight after walking a short distance, but in the next second, she heard the sound of high heels behind her immediately.
The nurses will not only act because of the light, but they are also attracted to the light.
She took a breath.
“It’s okay,” Lin You said, “Look.”
Behind them, among the group of nurses who were attracted by the light, they had fallen and struggled for a long time without getting up. They twisted their waists and blocked each other. The two of them were entangled for a while and fell down again. There was only one who could advance.
The fright of the same enemy who had been well-informed was mixed into chaos.
Jian Mingjia: “………………”
She looked at Lin You with a complicated expression.
You are so remarkable.
When they turned to the next corner and completely changed their direction, they finally couldn’t hear the nurses falling to the ground and their high heels hitting the iron plates on the ground.
Jian Mingjia had calmed down, and she still kept the planned route firmly in mind, “Right, right, left.”
After passing this last “left,” she stopped.
“Is it my part?” Qiao Can asked sternly, and she stepped forward, “Okay, I’ll come.”
She was stunned, “Wait, where did 3A go?”
Not to mention the signs that should be posted on the wall as reference objects, there was not even a place to turn here. A straight corridor led to the end, and the only place to “turn in” is the only door on the right.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
This was very different from the map in their impression.
“Maybe…” Jian Mingjia asked suspiciously, “Did I remember wrong?”
Lin You roughly recalled, “I remembered everything. It was in the same order, and there was no problem in theory…”
“We can walk here,” she opened the door. “Let’s go in and have a look.”
Like in the corridor, there was nowhere to see. But as they walked, they could feel that the atmosphere was very different from the ordinary ward, which made them feel uneasy like they were being stared at in the dark.
“…I think I know what this is.”
Jian Mingjia took a deep breath and shone at the rows of iron cabinets placed against the wall.
They had been left unattended for many years, and they were also full of rust marks. Several unclosed iron gates were swung open, exposing the feet behind them.
It had the standard equipment that was in every hospital. It was chilling enough in normal times, let alone under such circumstances.
“Get out now,” Qiao Can rubbed her arm, with goosebumps on it, “If we have to possess another corpse, wouldn’t it be even scarier—”
“Hey!” At this moment, some voice cried out in the dark, “Is anyone there?”
They didn’t think that Qiao Can’s words would turn out to be true, and they wanted to slap the person that made the inauspicious remark. She mouthed, “Leave it alone, let’s just leave and find the way.” Then she listened to the voice that said: “I heard you are lost, I can help you.”
The three of them looked at each other.
If it was dead or alive, they needed this.
Lin You said. She took the flashlight, “Which cabinet are you in?”
“No, no, I’m not in the cabinet.” The voice said, “Put the thing in your hand up—left, left, yes, a little bit to the right—”
Under its command, Lin You looked at the window sill.
The curtains were already tattered, and just under the hole, she could see some white objects in one piece.
It was a skull.
A whole skull was lying there, without even a bit of meat left, and its black eye sockets were facing them. No wonder the voice sounded hoarse and echoed in the open space. God knows how it sounds without vocal cords.
“Congratulations, you found me.”
The skull proudly said: “I know this is a surprise to you!”
…Don’t worry about our feelings.
“You said you can give directions.” Lin You said.
“Yes, yes, I said that,” the skull complained, “But you can’t be more enthusiastic? Anyway, I was very popular with the little girls before. Even now, look at my smooth and beautiful lines—”
Jian Mingjia: “…”
What lines can you see on a skull, a round forehead?!
“You should be grateful that she is not enthusiastic.” Jian Mingjia said in an annoying way. She understood Lin You’s ideas too well—after all, a skull alone has no value in gaining cards. “Excuse me, can you help us show the way? “
But she had a hunch that this kind of good help delivered to the door was—
“I didn’t say it was unconditional,” the skull said, as expected.
“Actually, I am more than this head,” it said, “I hope you can help me find the rest. Are you looking for that girl? As a reward, I can tell you how to go.”
“Do you know what went wrong?” Lin You asked, “We already remembered the route.”
“The reason is very simple, very, very simple.”
The skull shook himself back and forth, “‘Space distortion’—it was distorted under the influence of some force. But it doesn’t matter. I can tell you the real directions, and you only have to agree to find my remaining skeleton.”
Lin You didn’t know what kind of side mission this was.
She said: “I agree.”
“This is really great.” The skull grinded his teeth with a gurgling sound, seeming to make a smile, “The first piece is not hard to find. It’s in the corner of the cabinet on the far end of the east wall.”
Qiao Can happened to be the closest. She felt courageous and raised a thick leg bone with a weird expression, “Is it this?”
“Yes, yes, thank you, that’s my left leg.”
The skull said with satisfaction, and a little embarrassment, “However, it is not very convenient for me now, so I have to trouble you to keep it for me.”
…It looks like it.
Qiao Can sighed and put the leg bone into her backpack.
“Don’t go back the same way,” Lin You held up the skull, as the latter was still chattering, “It’s on the other end of the row of cabinets, where there is a door.”
As it said, they successfully found an iron door. With a squeak, there was a dark and strange corridor in front of them.
There was also some other noise.
The skull said: “I can only tell you the correct route. I can’t tell you what you will encounter after opening the door.”
Under the light of the flashlight, a creature resembling a hound came into their field of vision.
Qiao Can’s conditioned reflex was to pull the trigger. Hearing the empty “click,” it suddenly became clear that there were no more bullets left in it. Arranging those bullets exhausted her ability, and right now, she just wanted to make bullets.
It didn’t look like a normal dog.
Most of the hair on his body was peeled off, and the bare flesh looked like a zombie. It was panting heavily, baring his teeth at them.
It was strange that it didn’t rush to attack them, but its nose kept moving as if it was smelling something.
…She had a bold idea.
“Give me that bone.” Lin You said.
Out of trust, Qiao Can gave her the leg bone without thinking.
Skull: “Wait, wait, what do you want to do with someone else’s thigh—”
Lin You didn’t listen to it, but tentatively waved that thigh bone.
The zombie dog’s eyes followed it in a full circle.
“Sit?” Lin You said.
It looked at all this dumbfoundedly through its hollow eye sockets, and a more magical scene appeared.
—The zombie dog with its tongue out shook its hind legs and sat on the ground with a “plop.”
The only hair left behind on its tail wagged in a spiral.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]