I heard that I’m super fierce - Chapter 94
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The Engraver had always had a pretentious temperament.
Even if she lost her hair, she could justly ask Lin You to give her a chance to prove herself. After finally waiting for such an opportunity, the Engraver was gearing up and she was still looking forward to seeing what kind of powerful enemy she was.
—She fucking asked her to pierce the balloon, and the air leaked as soon as she pierced it.
“You are really cool.”
She said sarcastically.
“You still dared to come out.”
Whether it was tolerable or unbearable, these provocative words were said in front of him, and there was an angry fire in his belly.
He wanted to raise his foot to step on it—naturally, it was impossible to step on the Engraver, so he had to pick the culprit. But before he did that, the clown felt that his legs had become limp, and he couldn’t get any strength at all.
Immediately realizing what was going on, the clown cursed and wanted to cover his punctured calf. But his awkward movements were far less dexterous than the fine hair of the Engraver. The latter can be said to lightly avoid it every time he hit the ground, blocking his left leg with his right leg, hiding his right hand, and getting his left hand poked.
The Engraver sneered and grabbed at the air.
Three circles to the left, three circles to the right, neck twisting, butt twisting.
The Engraver was playing with the clown, and the shouting became louder and louder. He was short of breath and sounded a little weak. He still had a huge physique, and the volume of his shouting was shocking. The Engraver was so troubled that she finally opened a hole directly.
Compared with the small holes before, this hole made the gas that was held in the body of the clown gush out. He didn’t have time to grab anything to stabilize it, and he only felt that he fell over in a flash.
This was just the beginning.
His whole body turned around in the air, and the clown’s cursing turned into a scream in the constant spiral. He screamed, but he couldn’t stop no matter what.
Looking at him, Lin You remembered the balloon that flew around the house when she was a child.
The leaky clown couldn’t control his direction at all. He struggled in vain, watching as he rose higher and higher and drifted farther and farther away.
Even the voice became faint.
“You wait for me—” he shouted, “I will—will be back—”
He disappeared into the sky, leaving the last hint of a tune in his thin voice.
“Okay,” Lin You waved politely, “I’m waiting.”
The Engraver rolled her eyes.
“I will prick you when you come.”
“I just can’t get used to this kind of self-important kid,” she snorted coldly, suddenly forgetting that she was easy to inflate, “Okay, I’m going back to take care of it.”
The Engraver slowly flicked the broken hair around her ears. Her sharp hair shone coldly in the moonlight. She turned and disappeared in place, leaving Lin You and the skull staring at each other.
Lin You was quiet for a long time.
“Actually…” She was about to speak and then became silent again.
“It’s nothing, but the mirror house reminds me of one thing.” Lin You said, “I have to confirm it.”
The skull had no objections, but it still asked curiously: “What did you think of?”
Lin You did not nod or shake her head.
The SCP Foundation contains not only supernatural creatures or objects such as 096 and the toothbrush, but the sites where the mutations have occurred are also within the scope of the Foundation’s control.
For example, “Carnival of Terrors.”
She didn’t have a deep impression of it, and she didn’t remember the serial number anymore. She only remembered that it was a theme park that was abandoned after many massacres. The last accident also caused more than two hundred people to die strangely—in line with the “Bloody Sunday” reported in the newspaper.
A row of tourists were sitting on a roller coaster, and their heads were hit by blunt instruments, a couple of lovers dissolved together in a sightseeing tunnel, and a staff member’s lungs were stuffed with fibers from his own uniform.
No one could explain how they died. The clown said it should be true that he made an agreement with the playground because in a certain sense, the land under her feet was “alive.”
According to the Foundation’s records, the area it affects “grows” outward every year.
“Didn’t the news say that there were seven survivors?”
Lin You said.
“The Foundation documents seem to say that one of them escaped from the mirror room. Both arms were gone, and most of their right leg was eaten. So when I saw those monsters trying to bite people, I thought of it like this. Something…ah, here it comes.”
She had been walking along the map that she had written down. At this time, she looked up at the bumper cars.
“It really is here…” Lin You sighed.
A few photos of this deserted theme park were attached to the foundation files. She only remembered one of the bumper cars—and when she came here, the exact same scene was shown in front of her.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
Having said that, this world was really small.
“So,” she looked at the pancake hanging on the branch, “Did you land here?”
Obviously, he didn’t find a way to stop the leak in the end. After it was completely leaked, it floated and hung on the opposite side of the bumper cars.
It was miserable.
Lin You thought with little sympathy.
Without air for filling, he almost became a photo printed on a flat surface, moving in the wind.
This guy was still useful.
Thinking about this, Lin You looked at the souvenir shop not far away.
It was in the early hours of the morning, and there was no light on the horizon, and the dark signboard was quite gloomy. But she opened the door and went in to find something, and after a long time, nothing happened.
When Lin You came out with a bundle of tape and a hand-held pump used to inflate balloons, she couldn’t say whether she was relieved or disappointed.
She also took a broomstick to take the clown from the tree.
There was no air left, and the other party also lost the ability to speak, it could only follow her with its eyeballs.
Lin You squatted down, taped a few pieces of tape to the place that was punctured by the Engraver, and then stuffed the air pump into the hole that was punctured. When she straightened up again, she didn’t rush to cheer, but smiled and opened her mouth.
“I have something to say first.”
With a wave of her hand, there was a book in her hand.
“Answer my questions honestly for a while,” she said, “Otherwise—”
Lin You opened the picture book and turned a few pages.
“I’ll give you two choices: One is to experience the feeling of being pierced by a hundred thousand needles, and the other,” she pointed to the card of the Hanging Balloon, “You can try to fly with it.”
The skull in the audience was stunned.
How many monsters did this person have?
“Blink when you understand.”
…The clown blinked.
The air was injected little by little, and he gradually gained control over his body. After finally being able to sit up again, because of what she said, even if she clamored for revenge, the clown did not dare to act rashly.
It shrank back.
“Then I will ask,” Lin You said, “You said that you can leave the park with just one project. Is it true or false?”
The clown promised, “This is absolutely true!”
“You—” he asked, “Did you meet a mummy when you entered the gate?”
Under Lin You’s gaze, he spoke sharply.
“It was the last person who came in. He chose to row a boat on the lake. In the end, he became like that and wanted to run out of the door without giving up. Did he run out, or did he die after a few steps?”
Lin You’s pupils shrank.
No wonder the corpse seemed to want to say something to her at the time. Maybe it was finally seeing a living person or warning her not to go in.
“You said you took the souls of the dead…” she said slowly.
“Yes, yes,” said the clown hurriedly, “I made his red balloon.”
“One more question for you.”
Lin You said, “Do you know where the lock was opened?”
What she took out was the key that had been taken from the mummy, the clown’s expression changed at a glance. Lin You keenly caught his reaction, but it was too late for him to hide it.
“Now, lead the way there.”
She said: “When the matter is resolved, then take me to the place where you hide your balloons, and put them all in front of my eyes.”
The clown only agreed. He hid his bitterness, walked to the front, and started to lead the way according to the direction in his memory.
“I’ll only say it once,” Lin You said through a secluded trail. “Don’t be foolish.”
The look in her eyes was very obvious—otherwise, you know the consequences.
“How can it be?”
The clown was shocked, and quickly turned his hands around, he pinched his throat, and smiled: “This is it.”
What stood in front of them was an iron door.
Lin You walked a few steps. Her gaze stayed on the lock by the door, and she lowered her head to find the small key.
The clown who had just been taken aback was relieved. He thought he had been seen through.
It seems not.
With his previous experience, he didn’t dare to move his mind. But if you can’t beat him, you may not be able to escape. The abacus in the clown’s heart was cracking, waiting for his attention to move away from him.
—This was a good opportunity.
Realizing this, the corners of the clown’s mouth grinned slightly. He saw that the other party had no intention of turning back for the time being, and he paid attention to the thing hanging around her waist and took a step back.
—It wasn’t there.
He held his breath and was careful not to loosen the adhesive tape on his body, lest the air leak caught their attention.
After retreating two or three meters, he finally let go of his breath, and the clown was so excited that he was about to jump around in circles—he could soon get away from this demon! He would keep his balloon running and start a new life!
Somehow he resisted the urge to dance, and could only take another step uncontrollably and excitedly, ready to escape.
The clown was taken aback.
Just now, something hit his back. Someone had stood behind him long ago.
The next second, he was picked up by his collar and picked up like a chicken.
“Yo,” the uninvited Nyarlathotep smiled happily, “Look, this guy wants to run away.”
He hated it![Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]