I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 93
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The fierce smacking sound of the bat hurt, but there was a guy who didn’t have any flesh left watching the show.
“Good fight!” exclaimed the skull, “Make it louder!”
It only hated itself for not being able to applaud. But fortunately, after getting used to the rhythm of life of hanging around on the bag all day, it felt that this was a VIP seat for closer observation!
Lin You had already opened the door of the restaurant herself. She was holding the baseball bat and kept her eyes on the clown standing outside.
The clown was stunned by the bat. He covered his swollen face. When Lin You was about to swing the bat again, he immediately stepped back in horror.
“The island connection is wrong,” he murmured vaguely, “There’s not a port anymore!”
Lin You: “…”
“What is he talking about?” she asked.
“…I know he said ‘wrong,’” the skull reluctantly acted as an interpreter, “and not important anymore?”
The broken glass fell on the ground, and Lin You folded her arms and walked around.
It was probably because it was night, but the clown’s painted face looked particularly irritating in the dark. It was busy bowing to her, but Lin You still didn’t relax her guard.
There was nothing else, just the sign.
The name of the amusement park was obscured, but the clown’s head was added to the side. She didn’t know if it was from the handwriting of the one in front of her.
The clown rubbed his cheeks so that he could speak clearly.
“I was wrong, I was wrong.”
He opened his mouth and smiled quickly.
“I just wanted to scare you. I have no other thoughts.” The clown’s voice was unnaturally sharp, and he spoke in a straightforward tone. “But being vigilant is a good thing, ah, a good thing.”
To emphasize his own words, he nodded hard.
This looked a bit weird and funny.
Lin You: “You mean…you are not my enemy, but you want to help me?”
The clown lowered his head. He rolled his eyes.
“Right, right, right,” he echoed repeatedly, “You should have learned by now that as long as you walk into this amusement park, you can’t get out?”
Lin You: “…”
She really hadn’t.
One mind was all about what interesting things were inside, and whether you can get out without even trying.
But the clown looked at her only thinking she had acquiesced, and then continued.
“Don’t look at me like this,” he forced a wry smile, “I was a normal person before.”
Lin You glanced at him up and down, and temporarily put away the baseball bat.
“I’ve been stuck here for too long, so long that I have changed my appearance and can’t leave the amusement park anymore. But you are different, you still have a chance.”
“A chance?” Lin You repeated the clown’s words.
The latter nodded quickly.
“I only discovered a way to get out of here later.” Seeing that she believed his words, the clown tried hard to press the arc of his mouth. “That means you have to participate in at least one of the projects. As long as you can successfully complete it, you will make this amusement park recognize you and you can pass the gate smoothly.”
Hearing this, even though she had almost remembered the location in her head, Lin You couldn’t help but glance at the map that she placed on the table. The clown noticed her gaze and smiled more happily, but he quickly reduced his smile, trying to keep himself in the role of “the poor man who was stuck in the amusement park”.
“But isn’t it weird?” Lin You said, “there are weeds everywhere, and the tracks are already rusted, how does it work?”
“Don’t use common sense to judge things here.”
The clown quickly said: “As long as you sit on it, it will solve it for you.”
“By the way,” he said, “I personally recommend the sightseeing tunnel.”
“Forget it,” Lin You quickly looked over the map in her mind, and she said, “I chose the mirror house.”
The clown’s eyes rolled again, and he chanted the words “Mirror House” over and over again. Although he secretly felt regret, he was still quite satisfied with her choice.
“But there is no water and electricity here either,” Lin You said, “Otherwise, we should wait until dawn —”
“I have it, I can lend it to you.”
The clown was afraid that she would change her mind and said quickly: “You have to leave here as soon as possible. You can’t delay it. Let’s go.”
He gave Lin You a portable flashlight and took a step forward without saying a word.
“Hey,” the clown led the way, and the skull lowered his voice as much as possible, “Hey—”
All the words and deeds of this clown were suspicious, and he wanted to be reminded. As soon as he raised his head, he looked at Lin You, who did not say anything but only made a gesture.
—Let’s play with him.
The skull immediately understood that this was a waste of worry for him. People were still happy without saying it, or that they didn’t know who was in whose palm.
“That’s it,” the clown stopped in front of a house that was also entangled with vines and saluted Lin You politely. “You only need to go through this mirror maze, and I will wait for you at the exit. “
Lin You looked up. She still had nothing to say about her ability to recognize the way. The clown led her to the mirror room.
She took a deep breath and walked into the wide open door.
“How much do you rate his acting?” the skull asked in a low voice.
Lin You: “Negative score.”
“Being too deliberate is suspicious,” she finally glanced at the clown who was beckoning to her at the door, “But from his perspective, he might not care about suspiciousness at all.”
The skull echoed.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
In Lin You’s opinion, what the clown said was true and false, and he must have hidden a lot.
It should be true that she couldn’t get out of the amusement park, but she didn’t believe that he was a normal person before and wanted to help her, and he had the attitude of getting people into the amusement park facilities even if he made up nonsense… …
She was afraid that there was something that could kill people in this mirror maze.
In any case, she had to figure out what moths were in the amusement park.
She entered the entrance of the maze.
Lin You turned on the flashlight that the clown gave her. It didn’t have much power, but it was just right, otherwise she felt that she would be dazzled by the reverse light.
There were mirrors densely in front of her.
Lin You knew how to solve this kind of maze. She stretched out a hand to tell if there was a mirror in front of her.
On one side, on both sides…The road at the beginning was smooth. Lin You managed to avoid a blocked fork road, but still felt something was wrong.
“Is it a little too quiet?” she asked.
Whatever you are afraid of will happen, and the skull who saw a little shadow was startled, “Be careful!”
In terms of athletic ability, Lin You was really not that good.
But she could instinctively perceive the danger, and after experiencing so many instances, even her reaction speed had made great progress.
She took a step back suddenly, retracted in time, and let the monster that jumped out from under the mirror pounce.
It had the outline of a human, but it also looked like an ape. With a “clang”, the monster’s jaw hit hard. Lin You stepped on the top of its head, seeing that it didn’t give up, but it still wanted to fight up, moving its protruding teeth.
Half a second later, it could tear a piece of meat from her leg.
The non-human, non-beast guy was still desperately breaking away his head. Lin You stepped on it harder.
With a graceful glance, the skull who suddenly saw something else quickly shouted, “Behind!”
Before she could think, she leaned forward and successfully avoided the finger grabbed from the other mirror. The nail bed was filled with mud, and it didn’t catch her, but it was still trying to reach out.
It didn’t matter if she hid, she doesn’t have enough strength to step on the Maneater again. As a last resort, Lin You acted rashly, and with this strength, she rushed straight to the depths of the maze.
After avoiding an outstretched hand in the mirror again, she bent down, panted, and said, “Sure enough, I can’t get out even if I walk normally.”
She remembered the terrain in her mind all the way and realized that it was a dead-end that went through from end to end.
Looking at more and more vague reflections in the mirror, Lin You suddenly smiled.
“Do you know why I chose the House of Mirrors?”
The swelling on his face disappeared a long time ago. The clown was covering his mouth, which was silent at first, but when he laughed more and more openly, he couldn’t cover it anymore. He simply held his belly and shook his body so that his sharp laughter echoed in the night sky.
The last person he tricked into the labyrinth was gnawed apart, and not even a whole body was left. Although he waited outside the exit as scheduled, he didn’t believe he would really see the other party.
No one can come out alive! Nobody!
—He stopped laughing suddenly.
The sound of footsteps inside the door was approaching, which was normal. It didn’t sound like it was missing arms or legs.
After passing through the last half of the corridor, the exit door was pulled inward, and Lin You stood in front of him completely.
“Do you know the fastest way to clear this maze?”
Lin You slid a baseball bat with a lot of scratches, “I smashed the mirrors—all of them.”
“This is impossible!”
He stared and screamed: “Even if you break the mirror in front of you, they will take the opportunity to be behind—”
“But I had someone to report.” Lin You blinked.
The skull greeted it, “Hi.”
“And, as you said just now, it sounds like you understand this place quite well,” Lin You raised her eyebrows, “It’s almost like you lied to me about knowing how dangerous it is—”
The clown’s face changed.
Now since the monsters in the maze couldn’t help him, there was no need to disguise it anymore.
“Yeah,” he admitted.
“I have a deal with this amusement park.”
The clown’s weird smile got bigger and bigger.
“As long as I trick them into the facility, I can take the soul and put it in my favorite balloon as a collection—but it seems that this time I can only do it myself.”
“As an unexpected guest,” the clown said with a grin. He conjured two balloons out of nowhere, holding one each in his left and right hands. “I can give you the chance to choose.”
“Do you want to be this yellow balloon, or do you want to be this blue balloon. Oh, the red one is no good, someone is already red.”
It seemed that his ability was related to balloons…?
“What if I choose neither?”
The clown stuck his tongue out and licked his scarlet lips.
“Then don’t blame me for being impolite.”
Lin You sighed and watched the clown’s body gradually expand.
…It’s not always true who is not polite to whom.
He breathed in and suffocated, unexpectedly holding all the gas in his body, causing himself to swell from his feet. Just in the blink of an eye, Lin You could only look up at his knee.
—He inflated himself.
“It seems,” Lin You dropped the baseball bat on the ground before the huge difference in body size, “This is useless.”
He laughed strangely: “Don’t even think about using a bat to solve everything, no matter how hard you hit me, I will bounce back. And you will be crushed into flesh little by little!”
The giant clown rising from the ground was high enough to look at the ground, and the twisted and shrill laughter became more and more deafening.
Suddenly he felt a sting in his leg and his smile stiffened.
“I thought it was so powerful,” a small but unignorable voice said contemptuously on the distant ground. “Isn’t he just a balloon man?”
She plunged into it and found it was an empty shell.
The Engraver stroked her long black hair that had been cut into a buzz cut on the platform of the Kisaragi station that had finally grown back and snorted contemptuously.
With rejoice, she was so confident.
Without moving her head, she pulled away the bunch of hair sticking into the opponent’s calf.
Clown: “You’re fucking—”
He was leaking.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]