Quick Transmigrating Second Female Lead's Counterattack - Chapter 233
Quick Transmigrating Second Female Lead's Counterattack Chapter 233
She had to admit, Gu Li was an expert at taming the beast.
When Gu Li had learned about how Mu Yan treated XunMi before, she lectured him endlessly. Afterwards, she often looked to inconvenience him as revenge by having him fulfill an assorted bag of requests. She made him go hunting for berries and deepdive for fish. The most spectacular one was when Gu Li had Mu Yan go poke a beehive. Mu Yan returned with a swollen, unrecognizable face, carrying an unharmed Gu Li in his arms. After that, Gu Li no longer wanted to bully Mu Yan.
Meanwhile, Mu Yan began holding back his temper. For Gu Li, he truly did change a lot. Now, Mu Yan was officially a slave to his wife.
XunMi could only express unbridled joy at the sight of this transformation. “Hahaha, you guys are really too funny.” XunMi ate another berry.
The three of them were interrupted by the stream of females walking in. Today, XunMi was going to teach medicine. That’s why there was a majority of females. The males weren’t interested in this topic. But when the class started, they still ended up peeking in and taking notes.
Gu Li was XunMi’s assistant as well as another teacher. She took charge when it came to agriculture. She stuck to basic skills, like how to see whether the soil was good or how to differentiate between poisonous and edible fruits. Besides that, everything was up to them to learn.
After the class ended, XunMi asked the students to go collect the herbs that were mentioned in today’s class. Within seconds of ending class, Yuan He had already run into the room. Without a single word, he rushed in, grabbed XunMi and ran out.
Gu Li froze for a second before grabbing Mu Yan and following after them. Gu Li was too curious about what could be so urgent that the young chief leader would run in like that.
When Gu Li arrived at their destination, she was shocked. She followed that emotion with a sigh of admiration. She finally was able to understand where XunMi’s confidence came from; the beast men’s wisdom really could not be underestimated.
“You guys are truly great. Now, the next step is keeping them alive.” XunMi praised the men standing near the fence.
But this wasn’t enough. There was still much more to be completed.
Yuan He nodded his head solemnly. They had thought to capture their prey alive because they were reminded of the little animal that XunMi was raising. As long as XunMi fed it a bit of food, it would be able to live for a long time. Seeing that, he thought that they might be able to do the same.
As expected, his method was practical and even earned him compliments.
The other beast men were also happy. They had spent twice the amount of time to capture all these prey as it would usually take to hunt.
“Mi, thank you. You are our lucky star. You are the beast god’s messenger.” Yuan He happily spun XunMi around.
This wasn’t the first time that he had called XunMi an angel, nor was it his last. XunMi had been confused the first time she had heard this because she knew that the original beast god’s angel was the female lead. Now, because she arrived first, she had stolen the position. But it technically wasn’t wrong, as she had been sent by the world consciousness. So XunMi didn’t bother explaining this misunderstanding.
“There’s a few days left before the rain season. That’s enough time for you to act.” XunMi calculated.
Yuan He placed XunMi back on the ground. He softly fixed her hair, his hands gentle as if she’s was his most precious treasure. Everyone watching could tell how much he cherished and loved her.
Meanwhile, Gu Li had learned to ignore this purposefully PDA-filled couple.
“Father said we’re holding a banquet tonight to celebrate the birth of a new survival method.” Yuan He passed on his father’s words, not hiding the pride and excitement from his voice. This was all possible because of XunMi. Because of this, they no longer have to worry about sickness in the rain season.
“Alright.” XunMi nodded her head.
“Are banquets fun? Is there any fun events?” Gu Li interrupted, asking with vigor and anticipation. Two months had already passed since arriving to the beast era. There was no electricity, no tv, no phones, no games. Thinking back now, it was amazing that she was able to not die from boredom.
XunMi could tell what Gu Li was thinking. She patted her head. “There’s dancing and singing. But do you know how?” She ruthlessly killed her dreams.
Gu Li pouted and glared at XunMi. “You don’t know either. Humph, so we’re the same.” Suddenly, she perked up and smiled, “Why don’t we create some entertainment?” That shouldn’t impact the development of the beast era, right? It had nothing to do with their survival. It at most would be considered a new method to relieve stress.
XunMi scratched her chin and thought about it. “Okay. But we are only doing the post simplest form. Do you know how to play shuttlecock, jumprope, and chicken fight?” She had seen little kids playing these games when she was at the orphanage. (T/N: chicken fight refers to that game where you raise one leg and try to make your opponent fall with the raised leg. The game is played in Running Man too).
She had jump ropes before. But she never had a chance to play the others as her limbs were too weak.
Gu Li’s spirits rised upon gaining XunMi’s bare minimum approval. Grabbing XunMi’s hand, she began rambling about her ideas. Apparently, this girl grew up in the village countrysides so had a carefree and wild childhood. Gu Li had experience climbing trees to retrieve bird eggs, capturing mud fish in the fields, and others. She had played every childhood game there was to play.
But the more she spoke, the more Gu Li’s mood began to fall.
Although it was only for a second, XunMi was still able to notice. “Don’t think too much. Now we are still doing pretty well right? We’re still happy, right? Plus, we don’t have anything to stress about. We don’t have to put our lives on the line just to make money. Isn’t it great just to live so peacefully?” XunMi rubbed Gu Li’s head and comforted softly.
Gu Li immediately recovered her energetic optimism, completely forgetting her momentary homesickness. Pulling XunMi along, she ran off to find something that could used to make rope. However, before being able to find the needed products for rope, they were able to collect the feathers needed to make the shuttlecock. Behind the mountain, there were many geese like beasts with gorgeous large feathers.