I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 91
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
Among the many believers, probably no one imagined that the gods they invited would turn their faces at themselves.
So far, these guys still didn’t understand what was going wrong, so that the envoy who was originally facing them didn’t know where they were going. Without Nyarlathotep, they had to buzz together like headless flies and walk on the originally planned road. They never expected to end up like this.
But who can they blame?
Blame them for going to the black goat kid for their idleness, and they caused a big trouble over there? Blame them for planting a spy, who found out where the ceremony was going to be held? Blame them for not carefully checking if there was any mess in it before spreading the powder?
What good is this now?
The first one to suffer was the leader, and Yog-Sothoth pressed on him furiously.
The moment he hit the sticky sphere, his body dissolved.
At the same instant, an unprecedented roar erupted from his throat.
It’s hard to describe what kind of emotions were mixed in this voice, maybe in the pain and disbelief, Lin You can actually hear something like Langton when he talked about how he sacrificed himself to the black goat mother goddess. For not many rational fanatics, this might not be a completeness.
But not everyone was so crazy.
Feeling the hostility revealed by the other party, some people screamed and fled, and some went into madness because of looking directly at the evil god, and some were overwhelmed by the shining intense light. They fell one by one in the hysteria. Obviously, before the summoning ceremony, they didn’t even think of the consequences of their actions.
“I saw it over there too, the two of them fled straight away,” someone gasped and cried. Geng Qinghe, who rushed over, bent over and held his knees, staring at all this dumbfounded, “This, this…”
Lin You raised her index finger, “Shhh.”
Although she knew in her heart that it was of no use.
After venting their anger to the unconvincing believers, it would be their turn next. Even if the Egyptian powder severely weakened the ability of Yog-Sothoth, they may not necessarily have a chance of winning against him, but at least there was an existence that was almost equal to him—
“There is a word to say ahead.”
As if seeing what she was thinking, a voice suddenly came from behind, “I’m not going to fight Yog.”
Lin You suddenly turned around.
“I don’t remember asking you.” She said.
Just as he responded to her call for the first time, Nyarlathotep leaned back against the tree, and he was obviously not so kind to answer Lin You’s doubts.
“Of course I came out because I figured it out.” Intuition told Lin You not to believe the first half of the sentence, and Nyah’s eyes flashed that nasty smile again, “However, I can give you some hints.”
He pretended to be contemplating and prolonged his voice.
“Except for me, no one can move freely here. Although Yog is connected to all time and space, he is also the same on this point. He can’t open the channel to the earth by himself unless you have something that can forcibly switch spaces—”
Lin You stopped.
She turned to Geng Qinghe, “You picked it up…”
The latter understood the whole thing, and when she saw her stretched out her hand, she quickly lowered her head to flip through her bag. Lin You only felt that a long, thin thing had been stuffed over, with soft bristles embedded at the top.
It looked like an ordinary light blue toothbrush, but in fact it was made of the same material as another SCP item, the “Dimensional Dagger”, which could easily make objects that touch the bristles disappear—or rather, go somewhere else.
They found it in Mary Shaw’s theater, and they used it to eliminate a puppet, and later they eliminated Sadako’s puppet. It had a large impact.
The only problem was that it could only work on dead or inorganic objects. God knows what effect it will have when it falls on Yug Sotos.
They can only take a gamble.
“You take it,” she tossed the toothbrush, and Left easily caught it, “I’ll draw its attention.”
Geng Qinghe: “Sister You, I can do it—”
“It’s okay, I’ll go.”
Lin You knew that he was worried about her injury. The action was not so convenient, but the risks and rewards were worth the risk. “I threw the Egyptian powder in. If I go, I will definitely be more hated.”
She was also quite conscious.
Among the few believers who finally rushed into the woods in embarrassment, Lin You raised her voice, “Look at this—”
Before the words fell, there was a silver flash in the aftermath, and she had no time to pounce on the ground. The silver liquid rubbed her ears and hit the grass beside her. Lin You glanced at the withered grass blades.
She was almost rotted.
The stone tower used for summoning had already been crushed into powder, and she said that it was too late and soon, and she dodged the rainbow bead that was directly thrown by the opponent in a thrilling manner. Lin You didn’t care about anything else and got up again after a few times. While she attracted the attention of Yog, who was already a little weaker—
Luo Jing grabbed a relatively sturdy branch, put him in the center, tensed her body and swayed to the left, and then suddenly flicked outward.
But in the end, there were limits to which it can be stretched.
Up to the highest point, Yog-Sothoth, who was still floating in the sky, gritted his teeth and threw the stick directly.
It spun in the air.
Lin You raised her head, and she watched it almost fall to the large ball of fast-dissolving spheres—
Her pupils shrank, and she tried to see what was going on under the dazzling light.
It didn’t go past, but pierced the edge of the bubble-like body.
Success or failure was only one move no, and almost everyone forgot to breathe.
First, its side was shaved by the bristles, then its whole body. It was like being pulled and squeezed by some force. Not only did Yog-Sothoth himself disappear out of thin air, but also his scorching squeeze.
…It was done.
The toothbrush that had completed its mission fell straight, but they didn’t have a chance to reach out to pick it up, and it melted into the air halfway through.
It was exhausted.
The sky was clear, and if it weren’t for the terrible conditions on the ground, no one would have imagined what had happened just now.
The silence was broken by the sparse applause, and Nyarlathotep patted his hands symbolically.
“Yog, who was sent home by a toothbrush,” he exclaimed with relish, “What a shame it’ll be when it gets out later.”
He seemed to be particularly happy to be the person to “get it out.”
Lin You: “…”
Don’t be too busy gloating, think about how you were back then.
Maybe it’s not going to be a violent beating.
Geng Qinghe still looked at the disappearance of Yog-Sothoth with lingering fear and swallowed after he was sure that the other party would not appear again.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
“Strange…” He murmured, “Isn’t this over? Why not…”
Did they clear the level?
Unless there is nothing else—
Lin You suddenly remembered something. She lowered her head and pressed her phone a few times. After a short while, she heard a ringing.
“The case is solved.”
She shook her phone and said, “We said that we found something interesting over there, so let’s go there.”
“I must say,” Geng Qinghe sighed, lying on the window of the car, “Most of the time in this instance is spent on the road.”
Lin You felt the same way, “I’m practicing driving a lot here.”
She hit the steering wheel and the car turned into a sparsely populated alley. Gu Heng was standing in front of a detached building not far away.
Sitting at his feet was a tied-up man, who was knocked out and drooped for a long time without seeing a response.
Gu Heng said: “It is estimated that he wanted to perform the ceremony. Most of the people were not there. Only this guy was left to watch the door. I will put him here.”
The door opened as soon as it was pushed.
Compared with the unfinished building, this place was obviously more like a serious gathering place, and the decoration was very elegant. Bookshelves lined the wall, and Jian Mingjia approached with interest.
The skull on her waist suddenly became excited.
“Over there!” it cried, “That room!”
Lin You: “Huh?”
Seeing this guy’s uncontrollable enthusiasm, she guessed something. Just following its guidance, she walked through the corridor, stepped on the stairs covered with heavy carpets, counted them one by one, and opened the door of the fifth room.
In front of her face was a fresco with distorted brushstrokes, but Lin You and the skull’s focus were not on that. What they saw was placed on a soft cushion…
“This is the thigh bone, this is the neck!” The skull said excitedly, “I said there was only a little feeling—”
It angrily put its head on the cushion, “Do I dare to still cast spells here?!”
“What are these guys doing with my bones…”
“Research? Collection?” There was a voice behind it, “I feel like the latter.”
For fear that it would fall into the hands of those perverts again, it hurriedly urged Lin You to put the two bones away. Then, she turned around and steadily caught what Gu Heng threw over.
“It seems to be the second time.”
Lin You looked at the matchbox in her hand, “Good game.”
“Good game,” the fraudster leaning at the door said quietly, “I hope it won’t be a third time.”
To take a step back, at least they didn’t match up time and time again.
“It’s a coincidence, I think so too.”
The first match slid out. Lin You raised her eyebrows, and she remembered what Geng Qinghe had said before.
She was almost a skilled worker doing this job.
If this game had an achievement system, she might have the title of an arsonist.
The man Gu Heng had tied up was thrown into the alley. The room was poured with gasoline around the corners, and Lin You dropped a handful of lighted matches. The tongue of fire licked on the furniture in an instant, swallowing the piles of books on the shelves as fuel.
This was the headquarters of that secret club. All the things collected by the believers were burned down. They can only do so much.
It was a pity, Lin You thought, that she still didn’t know who Worm was.
In the fire, the system’s prompt sounded.
CONGRATULATIONS, THE WHOLE STORY GUIDE OF THE A-LEVEL COPY OF “OUTLANDER” IS COMPLETED.
YOUR PERFORMANCE IN THIS INSTANCE IS JUDGED AS—S.
Another one. Lin You didn’t accidentally find that she didn’t feel much anymore.
“Is that all for today?”
In the team’s voice chat, Jian Mingjia asked: “What are you going to do now?”
“Take a rest?” Geng Qinghe, who they could imagine scratched his head on the other side of the screen, “I’m a little tired after a day at school.”
Lin You said “Ah”.
“Then disband,” she said, “I’ll queue up for a solo play.”
“I have something I have to go to tomorrow.”
“Yes,” Jian Mingjia remembered something, “The public beta will be over the day after tomorrow. Then I’ll go ahead and say good night in advance.”
“Sister You, bye.”
The two of them went down the line one by one, and Lin You stopped for a while, and then clicked on the selection interface.
YOU HAVE SELECTED THE SINGLE PLAYER MODE.
She just listened to the synthesized voice announce it.
DETECTING YOUR CLEARANCE RECORD. THIS CHALLENGE WILL START FROM THE THIRD STAGE.
This time, the faint blue walls of the main interface faded like a tide.
Suddenly, her eyes opened up.
The last time she entered the instance, she was standing in front of the hotel, among the mountains, and it was much more open now than then.
“…Car…” The skull, which was taken out by a familiar road and hung on the bag strap, frowned, and read the words on the sign not far away, “…nival?”
A dozen meters away was an amusement park.
It had been left unused for too long. From the outside, you could see the overgrown weeds in the park, and even creepers were climbing on the roller coaster tracks. It looked gloomy and desolate.
The sign could be blown down by a gust of wind, and only a few words could be seen clearly on the huge wooden board. The front of “Carnival”, painted in a mess with red paint, was a clown’s head was drawn crookedly on the side.
The red paint had been there for a while, and it was covered with a thin layer of gray.
Even though it looked so weird, she still had to go in. Lin You was about to start and stopped abruptly.
Skull: “Fake, it’s fake…”
A figure wandered out from the door.
The skin was wrinkled against the bones because of lack of moisture, and the empty clothes barely hung on the body. The corpse turned around against the wall. You couldn’t tell from its face whether it was a man or woman anymore; only from the tattered clothes, you could see it was dressed like a middle-aged man.
When it seemed to look up emotionally, it met Lin You’s gaze.
…Lin You thought it was about to finish. She didn’t want to use up a card without even entering the door.
The mummy stared at her with his barely moving eyes, and there was a vague voice in his mouth. The light in its eyes was almost fanatical, and it threw its legs toward Lin You.
This scene was really terrifying. The latter’s hand was stretched to the picture book, just waiting for the other party to rush over.
But the next second, when there were only three or four meters between them, there was obviously nothing tripping it, and the corpse fell straight to the ground. The whole body slid forward because of inertia.
It happened to stop at the feet of Lin You who hadn’t had time to do anything.
Its face was on the ground, motionless.
Lin You: “…”
Help, even ghosts will fake injuries for lawsuits these days.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]