Shi Sheng promised to sell him Three Lifetimes, but not immediately.
Profiteer didn’t push; there’d never be a lack of demand for a unique outfit.
After completing the transaction, Shi Sheng transferred the money to Ink Seeker.
[PM] Ink Seeker : [Equal split.]
[PM] Music For Miles : [no need, you find a way to exchange it for real money]
[PM] Ink Seeker : […What are you planning?]
‘There’s something off about her tone!’
[PM] Music For Miles : [guess]
In the following period, Shi Sheng became even busier. Her time was virtually consumed by classes and gaming. Li Suo’s account had also been recovered.
The matter with the Camp War had caused a rift between him and his good friends. Even his relationship with Sang Yu started having some problems.
Shi Sheng always appeared whenever Sang Yu needed her, though she never spoke too much. She was going for the ‘I’m here when you need me’ image.
Now, even Ink Seeker had to book an appointment before meeting Shi Sheng.
One day however, Shi Sheng suddenly logged on and asked for another method to contact him. This made him even more certain she was up to something.
Even GM66, who had been sent to keep an eye on them, was growing mould from boredom. One of his charges was gone all day, while the other never changed his daily routine of killing bosses and toying around with Countless Generations.
Yet a few days later, news of Sang Yu cheating and Li Suo being dumped circulated.
And the person who she cheated on with wasn’t Idle Chess but Wind-walking The World.
Shi Sheng was caught off-guard by this sudden turn of events. ‘The fish I painstakingly fed for so long… It was about to take the bait… And now…’
Needless to say, Shi Sheng was very upset from being robbed of a triumph. So she went and chased Wind-walking all over the world.
[World] Wind-walking The World : [music faq ur mom! tf are you biting ppl like a rabid dog?! *bleep*—]
[World] Wind-walking The World : [*bleep*—]
System Announcement: Player Music For Miles has placed a bounty of 250g on Wind-walking The Heavens. Limited to 24 hours.
[World] Harry’s Noble Deer : [wind-walker stuck his leg into someone else’s relationship and betrayed his own guild, he deserves to be chased by lil musey!]
[World] Harry’s Noble Deer : [er, but lil musey, aren’t you li suo and sang yu’s biggest hater? you should be celebrating, why are you chasing after wind-walker instead?]
Not only was Wind-walking together with Sang Yu, he’d also convinced a lot of Drunkflower Den members to defect. Li Suo had only been gone for half a month and yet, by the time he came back, everything had changed.
Back then, because Li Suo loyalists had jumped onto the world chat to cuss their frustrations, everyone had a rough idea as to what transpired between Sang Yu and Wind-walking.
Li Suo had been the leader of the party that got the Camp Token back then. Since they were already used to letting Sang Yu’s Not Late loot the corpses, she naturally picked up the Camp Token. .
She had clicked the Camp Token on purpose, but told Li Suo she had misclicked . Since the window had already popped up, the Camp Token would’ve been wasted had she not created an alliance.
It was only because of this that Li Suo had allowed Sang Yu to create the alliance, but she was told to transfer the position of Alliance Head after the one-month cooldown was over.
Though the defeat in the Camp War had caused Li Suo to feel a bit dissatisfied with Sang Yu, he hadn’t criticised her for it. He had simply asked her to transfer him the position of Alliance Head.
As the Camp Token had only been obtained thanks to Li Suo leading the party, his right to the position could not be objected.
However, Sang Yu wasn’t satisfied. She felt like Li Suo had changed and constantly nagged him about the times she had stumbled across his meetings with Mu Li In Love. In the end, the two separated unhappily.
Not long after, Sang Yu got together with Wind-walking, who then left the guild with some other traitors.
Li Suo and Sang Yu’s Not Late were completely estranged.
This was completely out of Shi Sheng’s script!
[World] Music For Miles : [i’ll kill if i feel like it! no reason!]
‘In games, do I even need a reason to kill people? The hell are you so nosy for?’
[World] Harry’s Noble Deer : [hahaha, lil musey, you’re too lazy to even find an excuse? are you sure that’s fine?]
[World] Snowfall Undermoon : [lil musey, you hardly play with us anymore! not happeh! want huggles!]
[World] Music For Miles : [i’m very busy]
[World] Windsong Undermoon : [busy killing ppl?]
[World] Drunkalone Undermoon : [Goose Hill. 566, 87. Hurry on over little musey, I’ve caught windy for you.]
[World] Snowfall Undermoon : [windy bro, wait for meee! my little whip is all ready! here i coooome!]
By the time Shi Sheng arrived, Snowfall was already toying around with Wind-walking. Perhaps taking inspiration from the time Shi Sheng walked the GM, Snowfall was currently having the time of his life using the tools sponsored by Godly Tycoon on his victim.
There was an item that had the effect of stripping all the clothes from a player character, leaving them in only their underwear, and then allowing you to force them into all sorts of… poses. Wind-walking cussed up a storm on world chat, though it had no effect.
[Area] Snowfall Undermoon : [lil musey, why are you gunning for him anyways?]
Snowfall took the time to ask.
[Area] Music For Miles : [he stole my woman]
[Area] Windsong Undermoon : [……]
[Area] Ink Seeker : [……]
[Area] GM66 : [……]
[Area] Drunkalone Undermoon : [……]
[Area] Crabapple Undermoon : [……]
‘The only woman who had any relation with Wind-walking recently is Sang Yu’s Not Late. Didn’t she hate that girl though? How come now Sang Yu became her woman???’
In the end, Wind-walking was caught and ganked for quite a few rounds. GM66 was nearly unable to continue watching. ‘I was also treated like this back then… Luckily I didn’t have to deal with dropping levels…’
After having ganked Wind-walking, Shi Sheng settled down quite a bit. Other than clearing out dungeons daily, the only other thing she did was go AFK with Ink Seeker. GM66 was beginning to suspect the person behind the screen had been switched out.
‘She’s almost too quiet…’
But would Shi Sheng really be that quiet? You’re imagining things if you think that’s the case.
When GM66 saw the system announcements that popped up ceaselessly during the second Camp War, he felt his heart turn cold.
‘I knew she was up to no good… She fucking exposed all the hidden lore in one go, how the fuck are we going to get people to continue playing now?!?’
The entire game company was crying right now…
By the time they had reacted and tried to stop it, Shi Sheng’s account had already been deleted, with no chance of recovery.
When they traced the source of the register details of the account… They found it belonged to an office worker. An office worker who was too exhausted from work every day to even think about playing.
The Undermoons, who had been closer to Shi Sheng, were interrogated too but to no avail.
They had been completely unaware Shi Sheng had been about to do such a thing. And to run right afterwards… that was completely out of character for her!
‘Not run? I’d be caught if I didn’t run! Though I supposed nothing would’ve really happened to me even if I did get caught…
But still! It’d affect my image! And that won’t do!
More importantly: This game just isn’t fun anymore… What would I stay for?’
As for Shi Sheng’s husband, Ink Seeker…
Apologies, but he had deleted his account as well.
When the game company investigated the particulars used in registering the account, they found that they didn’t even belong to him.
This kind of immoral behaviour caused the game company to be so pissed that they got the police involved. However, if even a team of experts was helpless to do anything, what could a bunch of amateurs do?
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Translator: Woah. I think the police were just called amateurs. O.O
Translate Checker: I wouldn’t be surprised. Well at least in the US, you get paid a lot less if you work for the government compared to going into private industry.
Proofreader: More employee benefits though (*0*)/