I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 69
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
…What did you miss?
After hearing this, the crowd looked at the poor nurse who was kicked back by the dog’s paws and then turned their gazes back to the skull’s face with no expression on it.
No, no, in a sense, you are just in time.
Bathed in their gazes, when this skull spoke again, it was a little shy.
“You will misunderstand me like this.” It said, “For example, now I have begun to feel that even turning into a chattering skeleton is hard to reduce the charm of those years—”
After talking about it, the skull finally noticed Qiao Can, who had a desperate look on her face.
It looked down and saw the nurse underneath who was still trying to twist her waist back, “God.”
“Sorry, sorry, I didn’t mean it. Blame this guy who took someone else’s hand without authorization, if it wasn’t for this—”
Standing on the edge of the hospital bed, Alessa obviously didn’t want to listen to its long-winded chatter.
“Go,” she said.
The nurses were moving forward step by step in the broken thoughts of the skull. After the leading nurse was thrown down, at this moment an order was issued and the one behind immediately took her place.
When the former was struggling, the other dozens of people had already rushed to the three of them, and they just waved their weapons just less than half an arm away—
Seeing that she faced the tip of the knife head-on, Lin You leaned her head and avoided it, and quickly grabbed the round stool on the side and moved forward.
It is estimated that this stool was originally used to accompany the hospital bed, and the material was not very strong. The blade pierced the leather cushion easily and was about to poke her in the eye. Lin You gritted her teeth and competed with the nurse who had turned into a monster. She couldn’t hold it for too long, but she just turned away from the sharp knife that was more than four inches long.
The nurse who attacked her planted off to the side due to inertia. She stumbled and stood upright again, and couldn’t wait to launch another offensive attack with her colleagues.
On the other side, Qiao Can turned to the door behind her for the first time, and finally opened the door in a panic, “Here!”
It was in a cloud of confusion from beginning to end.
“Can someone tell me what is going on?”
At this time, except for the error, Jian Mingjia pressed the switch a few times and it did not turn on. Listening to this skull, who still had leisurely thoughts, her brain was all in a mess.
“What can I ask!” she said, “Just follow along and you’ll be done!”
A bitter breeze hit. Jian Mingjia hurriedly lowered her head to avoid the crowbar that the nurse waved at her head. She remembered the radio in the restaurant before and slammed it against the wall ruthlessly—well, it was really bright.
It was scared, and it felt a bit wronged.
But it was afraid that it would end up hitting the wall one by one, so it had to shut up honestly.
Looking around, no one has time to answer its doubts. The zombie dog under him was still jumping up and down trying to throw it off his back, but it didn’t really roll off by biting the collar with his teeth.
For the skeletons who lost their vocal cords, biting the collar was the same as talking about tuberculosis.
He really didn’t want to give up his hand bones, but seeing that this group of guys who promised to help find its body had to escape, the skull was anxious.
People have to bow their heads under the eaves, it—it accepted the compromise!
“Come here, partner,” the skull said repeatedly, regardless of whether the zombie dog could understand it or not, “I will lend you this hand temporarily. Let’s run together. Right!”
The zombie dog’s ears moved.
It didn’t flop anymore. It may have understood what word it was. It ground the bones in its mouth with its teeth while panting. He really ran with loose footsteps and pushed the nurse who was struggling to get back to the ground with a kick, carrying the skull on his back, and rushed out of the door at the last second after shutting the iron door.
Lin You only heard a few words, and after going out, she left the door with her backhand. When she saw them really following, she ran forward without looking back.
Less than half a minute after they ran away, the door at the end of the corridor was pulled open again by the faceless nurses, and a torrent of water rushed out.
Jian Mingjia looked back at the group of retreating soldiers who didn’t care about being loud, and she yelled as she ran:
“When are we going to escape?!”
Alessa didn’t even mention it.
“Anyway,” Lin You said, “We have to go back to the ground no matter what.”
There were endless footsteps behind them, but fortunately, they didn’t panic and found their way. Jian Mingjia took the lead. She remembered the original road clearly when she came, and hurriedly turned around to discern the direction of the elevator.
She cried: “Just go straight again—”
Her voice stopped abruptly.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
In the dimness, Lin You clearly heard her cursing in a low voice.
They may have been waiting here in advance, or they may have copied other trails. Four or five nurses were hovering at the elevator entrance.
The sound of the retreating soldiers from behind also approached.
—The light will attract them.
At the same moment that this thought came to mind, Lin You grabbed the flashlight and dangled it towards the faces of the nurses who had already noticed it. When they rushed over, she immediately turned around and threw it in the opposite direction!
This approach was quite risky.
The nurses were heading towards the light, but they may not stop at the living creatures passing by. Lin You avoided the waving scalpel in a thrilling manner. Looking forward, another nurse raised a cludgeon to Qiao Can.
Qiao Can could not avoid it against the wall, almost feeling that she was going to take the stick. She closed her eyes reflexively but didn’t wait for a heavy blow for a long time.
When she opened her eyes again, the nurse tilted half of her body and hit the wall with her long stick. Lin You stood behind her and put down the crowbar.
Thank God I didn’t throw it at school, Lin You thought.
She said: “Quick!”
Jian Mingjia was the first to rush to the elevator and smashed the buttons to lighten it up. The usual normal speed of the car door was too slow in their eyes at this moment.
When the old elevator doors opened and closed, the movement was not small, and the nurses who were originally surrounded by flashlights also raised their heads. Qiao Can pressed the button to close the door, again and again, praying silently for speed.
The door closed.
The three of them and the skull even breathed a sigh of relief—they didn’t know where the latter could breathe. The familiar feeling hit, and the elevator began to rise.
“I thought you would do something.”
With more space to breathe, Jian Mingjia couldn’t help but say: “For example, call someone who will come—”
“I had a plan,” Lin You said, “But it’s better to save time like this.”
She always had a bad feeling.
The elevator stopped. The doors slowly opened to the left and right, and a burnt smell drifted into their noses at the same time.
Qiao Can: “Could this hospital…”
“No, it’s not,” Jian Mingjia frowned, sniffing the smell in the air carefully, and denied her statement, “It’s burning somewhere else.”
She hurriedly walked out of the hospital’s gate, and the scene in front of her could not help but let everyone take a breath.
The flames they saw dyed the sky red.
Lin You said softly.
Alessa took advantage of the explosion caused by them to once again set off the same fire as before. The cultists who were still alive had only two choices, either to be burned to death or to be killed by monsters in the Otherworld.
“No wonder she didn’t say what kind of chase it was,” Qiao Can also understood. She murmured, “The so-called test, is the point not to chase and kill, but to survive?”
It also complied with the real conditions to pass this instance.
—Escape Silent Hill.
To escape, transportation is essential.
Jian Mingjia remembered something, “We have to go back to the car.”
The streets along the way were empty and the only recourse was the one they woke up in.
Qiao Can: “But didn’t that car stall…?”
“We have no choice.” Lin You said, “At least no obvious abnormalities were found at that time. Why don’t we go back and try?”
“Then, the next question.”
Jian Mingjia asked.
“If it can be started, who will drive?”
She had originally cast hopeful eyes at Qiao Can, but she had never expected the latter to be completely blank, and now she had to look at Lin You in despair.
“Don’t look at me like that,” Lin You said innocently. “I don’t drive the car into the ditch every time.”
…That was the only way.
Jian Mingjia took a deep breath, spread out the map, and drew a line across their path with her fingertips, “According to the path we have traveled, this is the closest we can go.”
“I can only say,” the skull said. Now it didn’t have to keep guarding against being thrown off, but it still had to stabilize itself. “Take me wherever you go. I have a hunch that you can find my parts with you.”
“And much more.”
Lin You reacted, “Your arms and legs—”
“Of course it’s not just here.”
It said: “Don’t forget, I did an experiment with space magic, and my body must have fallen somewhere else. I can feel it!”
Speaking of excitement, if they didn’t pay attention when the skull was crooked, it would roll over stubbornly—it had no teeth to bite the collar, and it couldn’t hold it on its own.
Without waiting for others to reach out to pick it up, the zombie dog rolled on the spot.
It faced the sky on its back and didn’t know how it moved so fast so that it steadily let its skull fall on its belly and held it down with its paws.
The skull, who thought it was going to have a close contact with the ground, let out a sigh of relief but decided not to care about the hand that was still in the opponent’s mouth for the time being.
Putting aside other things, it felt good to stay on this back and run around.
“Good job, boy. I’m going to look at you with admiration.”
The one being praised lay on the ground, his tail wagging brilliantly.
Skull: “Okay, let’s go. Drive!”
Zombie dog: “Woof—”
Lin You: “…”
It seemed…she witnessed the birth of some strange revolutionary friendship with her own eyes.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]