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The Good for Nothing Seventh Miss CH 379

Author:North Night Category:Unreal Update time:2022-10-29 05:20:12


Chapter 379: High-levelled Demon (3)

Translator: Henyee Translations  Editor: Henyee Translations

Shen Yanxiao quirked her eyebrows and asked, “What if you can find Moling”

“Moling” Freud narrowed his eyes.

He did not expect to hear the name of a plant from the Devil Clan from the mouth of a human child.

“From what I know, if we were to plant the Moling with the Flame Grass and the Skeleton Flower, it would produce powerful dark elements.

Would those dark elements be enough to satisfy the demons needs” Shen Yanxiao looked so earnest as she discussed the problem with Freud.

She did not look as if she was afraid that she would be devoured soon.

Freud looked at Shen Yanxiao thoughtfully.

The Flame Grass and the Skeleton Flower could be found in both continents, so it was not strange for Shen Yanxiao to know their names.

However, it was odd that she knew about the Moling and how those three plants could produce powerful dark elements.

That was not something that a human would know.

“Little kid, where did you learn of these things” He thought that she was a weird kid.

Shen Yanxiao said, “Just reply with ayes orno will do.”

Freud was speechless.

Did that kid not have any self-awareness Did she not realize that he had her life in his hands

For the first time in his long life, Freud felt as if he had been snubbed.

However, Shen Yanxiaos question had struck a chord with him, and so Freud could only give her an answer.

“Yes, it can.”

Shen Yanxiaos expression brightened.

It looked like she could rely on those three items to attract demons in the future.

However, she did not know how to communicate with the low-level demons as they were weak and did not possess any intellect.

As for mid and high-level demons, could she get along with them if she were to reveal that kind of information to them

Shen Yanxiao did not want to be hostile toward the demons as that would only cause headaches to the four empires in the Brilliance Continent.

Unless she were crazy, else she would never fight them willingly.

“Very well then, little kid.

I have satisfied your curiosity.

I have been in a rare good mood, and so, I have answered your questions readily.

Now, please stay still so that I can eat you.” It had been a weird day as he had just had a conversation with a human child.

Freud was pretty shocked with himself, but it did not change his plan to eat her.

After all, humans were merely food for the demons.

“Wait!” Shen Yanxiao suddenly raised her hand and covered Freuds mouth with her palm.

Was it not too late to resist now Freud furrowed his eyebrows.

Demons had thin patience, and he did not even expect to have a chat with that small child.

It was unprecedented, and he was no longer in the mood to continue it.

Demons only cared about their appetite.

Freud ignored Shen Yanxiaos resistance, and he was ready to consume his delicious meal when her next words stunned him.

“I have some Moling in my hands, and I know where to get some Flame Grass.

If you still wish to devour me, then please feel free to do so.

However, Im afraid you might have to bid farewell to the only chance that could provide you with dark elements since you lost it thousands of years ago.” Shen Yanxiaos tone was neither hot nor cold, but her words had thoroughly shocked Freud.

He stared at Shen Yanxiao in disbelief and stuttered, “What did you say You have… Moling..

In your hands”

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