Miss Cannon Fodder Wants To Escape Death Flags - Chapter 3
Edited By Spirit Song
Ning Ning joined the sect at the same year as him and on top of that she was also Tian Mu Zi’s direct disciple. Nie Zhi immediately recognized her, “You are Elder Tian Xian’s…”
How strange. Why did he look so scared as if he was being chased by a hungry wolf?
Was it because his act of bullying was caught red-handed by his peers and he couldn’t react quickly enough?
On the other hand, the villain Shen An Qiao was still holding the sword. He said with a frown on his face and his eyes shone with ruthlessness: “What are you doing here?”
There was an aura of indifference emanating from him. It was obvious at first glance that he was the head of the bad boys here.
This person was pretty good-looking, with handsome eyebrows and a straight nose, except for the fact that he just looked very fierce.
Ning Ning glanced at him and said while pointing at the male protagonist who fell on the ground: “I’m looking for him.”
Taking advantage of the fact that they were in shock, she stepped forward briskly and walked to the male protagonist.
His rumored stunning face had been so badly beaten up and bruised that it was now unrecognizable. She secretly regretted her impulsive actions: What did Ning Ning say in the original novel?
“Oh, you were beaten so badly.”
“I think you already know in your heart why I came. You should know your place. You are only an outer disciple. How daring of you to even provoke me?”
“We belong to the Xuan Xu faction, yet you have done this kind of thing. If it wasn’t because we’re in the same school, I would have killed you right here and now.”
“Speak the truth, how exactly did you do it?”
Original Ning Ning could not believe that she was beaten by an outer disciple. She naturally thought that Pei Ji had played some dirty trick and only stood a chance to fight against her by cheating.
Ning Ning only used the least hurtful terms in her vocabulary and omitted all other vulgar words such as “trash”, “b̲a̲s̲t̲a̲r̲d̲”.
She recited her lines in a breath, ending it with a cold snort that well fitted her character. She lifted her chin slightly, glanced at the black-clothed Shen An Qiao: “It’s your turn.”
Ning Ning’s string of insults was nothing compared to the viciousness of this villainous Big Brother that had yet to reveal it.
However, perhaps due to her realistic acting, before the black-clothed boy opened his lips, the male protagonist that was lying against the wall let out a heart-piercing cry as tears suddenly rolled out from his swollen eyes: “It’s… it’s my fault! Forgive me!”
Ning Ning was confused.
What are you doing, male protagonist? It was written in the novel that “Even if you were burned by the fire of purgatory for three days and three nights, you never begged for mercy”! Why are you crying like a baby just after a few scoldings?
Am I that horrifying?
Ning Ning was a little dazed by his reaction. She listened on as the male protagonist continued to whimper and sob: “I confess, please don’t tell the elder! I stole Pei Ji’s sword, so he can only use a broken iron sword to compete in the Zong Men Grand Competition… it’s all my fault, please forgive me!”
Did he steal…
Pei Ji’s sword?
Is this person not Pei Ji???
Ning Ning finally realized what it meant to have ten thousand horses galloping past in her heart. She was about to suffocate from sheer horror.
If the one being beaten was not the male protagonist, then…
She barely maintained an awkward but polite smile, turned her head, and took a close look at the black-clothed boy holding the sword.