Live At The Murder Scene - Chapter 3
He Jueyun walked out of the room after he closed all the interfaces and packed up his things.
The rhythmic and crisp sounds of leather boots knocking against the floor rang out in the quiet corridor. The pace wasn’t too fast or too slow, while the steps weren’t too heavy or gentle. After arriving at broadcast room 603, the person paused for a moment then opened the door and went in.
“Boss!” The man who was working inside looked up, saw that it was him, and immediately asked, “Are we still going ahead with the live broadcast? She’s been waiting in there for a long time.”
A young man walked over quickly and handed over the information he had. On which wrote the system’s calculated evaluation of the player.
“She picked this instance. Even though her match with the character is only 40%, she got a player score of 92.” The young man said excitedly, “She’s amazing! It’s the first time I’ve seen such a talented person!”
It should be stated that the barrier to entry for [Murder Scene Analysis] was already very high. Only the best of the best could pass the tests. Even so, most of the official players had scores around 60. The very few who got 90, were mostly the insiders with relevant expertise.
“Let’s begin.” He Jueyun took a glance at the information and handed it back. As he walked further into the office, he said, “Add one more account. I’ll go in, too.”
Ciong Cang kept her usual posture and patiently waited for the system to read the information. Even though Sanyao, who was said never to be late, had wasted half an hour of Ciong Cang’s time, her face did not show a hint of impatience.
Pre-game tests had been refreshed three times in a row and when the fourth set of questions appeared, she finally ignored it. Her sights moved and finally stopped at a red light that was somewhere above.
Even though her face was expressionless and had a calm look in her eyes, there was a chilling aura coming from her. As if this aura was something physical, it went through the completely opaque simulation cockpit and stabbed at the technician behind the screen.
As she raised her finger and was about to click on the ‘end’ button, the little loading circle that kept turning at the end of the progress bar finally finished loading; a green sign finally appeared.
After the system announced the loading of the instance, dizziness suddenly came upon her—a sensation which Qiong Cang disliked.
After a moment of discomfort, she reluctantly opened her eyes and found herself inside a hazy fog.
She could see vague figures walking around, and could hear distant sounds of talking and laughing. The surrounding environment indicated that she was in a classroom.
At the same time, a row of black letters appeared in the air which attracted her attention.
Welcome to the live-broadcast, ultra-realistic, simulation game [Homicide Scene Analysis] (Rookie qualification test). The identity you applied for is [Victim]. The memory related to the case has been blocked. Please try to avoid the outcome of death with the help from in-game hints, or assist the [Murderer] and [Investigators] to complete the scenario restoration.
Identity: Wang Dongyan (Pseudonym)
Method of death: Jumping off a building (Registered)
Player Evaluation Score: 92 (A genius like you should be able to crack the case right?)
Character Compatibility Rate: 36% (You and the dead are two different kinds of people)
Suicide progress: 87% (Your character is on the verge of mental breakdown)
[Note] This game is automatically generated based on big data and criminal files. Please actively explore the various plots!
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