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The Good for Nothing Seventh Miss CH 630

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

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Chapter 630: City Construction (1)

Shen Yanxiao gave some potions to the man to tend to his wounds after giving them some clothes.

She learned that the mans name was Su He and Xiao Jiu was Yin Jiuchen.

Su He was grateful that Shen Yanxiao would take care of him.

He had never seen any owner who would help the slaves heal.

With Su Hes help, Shen Yanxiao found the largest slave market in the Scar of Oblivion.

Shen Yanxiao had managed to purchase three thousand slaves with 30 thousand gold coins.

Just as Du Lang mentioned, Shen Yanxiao could buy enough people at the Scar of Oblivion if she had money.

Those three thousand slaves had been taught and tamed by the merchants.

They were well-behaved and did not know to fight back.

Shen Yanxiao also bought hundreds of carriages for all the slaves.

Besides that, she gave them clothes and food.

Those slaves wore clean clothes, held fresh food in their hands, and climbed onto the brand new carriages.

At that moment, there seemed to be something different in those slaves eyes.

They never expected that they could live like a person.

Those who went to the Scar of Oblivion to buy slaves would generally make the slaves walk back.

Some kinder people would transport the slaves by keeping them in iron cages and put them on handcarts.

No slaves had ever left in a carriage before that.

Those slaves felt lucky that they would get a good owner.

They were given food and drink.

Shen Yanxiao also undid the iron collar around their necks, which was a symbol of their status as slaves.

“Are you not worried that they might run away” Freud asked Shen Yanxiao, who was resting with her eyes closed.

Shen Yanxiao opened her eyes and answered calmly, “Do you think they will run away”

Freud smiled.

“You are right.

The slaves that are so obedient that they do not know of dignity.

They must have forgotten about their basic instinct to run away.

They are not like Su He or Yin Jiuchen.”

Su He and Yin Jiuchen wanted to stay alive.

Therefore, they knew to run away.

However, the other three thousand slaves had been tortured so much by the reality that they were incapable of feelings.

They were just like puppets that would act according to their owners orders and had no will of their own.

“Are they different” Shen Yanxiao tilted her head.

In her mind, she was thinking about something else.

Why did that young man insist on buying Yin Jiuchen Why would Su He be so resistant to that

Shen Yanxiao believed she would uncover many problems about the man and girl that she had bought.

“Will the slaves be able to build the city after we bring them back” Evil Wolf asked Shen Yanxiao.

“Let Uncle Nine take care of them.

It should be fine,” Shen Yanxiao said.

Nobody said anything else.

They stayed in the carriage as they hurried back to the Forsaken Land.

After several days of the journey, the long line of carriages finally arrived at the Sun Never Sets gate.

With three thousand slaves, Shen Yanxiao had finally solved the problem of their workforce shortage.

Further outside the Sun Never Sets, three groups of people hid in three different directions.

They saw the long line of carriages.

Soon, news about those newcomers would be delivered to their respective cities.

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