Quick Transmigration: I Just Want to Die

Chapter 63

Ah Jin brushed aside the branches and came out, "Hey, look, what's going on."

The skinny man looked at her warily, "What are you doing here!"

Ah Jin kept walking, "I came to see what's going on."

The skinny man brought out his knife at his chest height, "Stop, don't go any further!"

The skinny man's face turned nervous.

"I said, don't go forward!"

Ah Jin refused to answer back.

She just approached him slowly, and the skinny man started to step back.

The person in front of him did not do anything aggressive.

She just leisurely stepped forward.

There was no emotion in her eyes.

It seemed that the person in front of him was not a person but a dead thing.

He would die.

He had a gut feeling that if he struck the knife, he would definitely die.

He only felt that the woman in front of him was even more terrifying than the scarred man.

A cold sweat ran down the side of his ears, but the woman in front of him was still on the move.

When she was only a step away from him, his legs began to weaken, and he fell backward to the ground.

The knife fell to the ground with a crisp "clang" sound.

As for the woman who brought him tremendous pressure, she just breezed past him without stopping in the slightest.

It seemed that this was not an Island of snakes filled with danger but her back garden.

Her eyes did not have him in them.

On the other hand, the woman slapping the scarred man seemed to have anticipated that the skinny man was useless.

She spoke to Ah Jin, "What the hell do you want?"

Ah Jin went to her and squatted down, looking at the man who had passed out, "Nothing, I was just curious and came to see what happened to him."

The woman's face turned cold, "Now that you've seen what happened, you can go now."

Ah Jin flipped the man's body.

Although death energy emanated from the man's body, it was not yet his time to die.

"He will not die anytime soon, but to move freely should not be possible. You should leave him behind and find another way out."

"It's none of your business."

Ah Jin stood up, "It's none of my business. I’m just reminding you, do not lose a lot for a little."

The woman kept her head down and didn't say anything.

Ah Jin was done looking and turned around and was ready to leave.

She had just walked out a few steps when the woman questioned out loud, "Can you help me win?"

Ah Jin turned around and looked at her, "Me? On what basis?"

The woman approached Ah Jin and knelt down, "I'm begging you. My son is sick at the hospital and needs money urgently! I need to win!"

Ah Jin sidestepped to avoid her, "You think too much of me. I can't do that."

The woman walked a few more steps on her knees and tried to grab Ah Jin's leg, "You just have to help me win. I’ll do anything you want!"

Ah Jin avoided her hand and looked down at her.

"Will you give me your life if I want it?"

The woman's eyes flickered for a few moments, then said firmly, "I'll give it if you want it!"

Ah Jin leaned down and lifted the woman's chin, "Next time, lie more seriously. I am not as easy to fool as those brainless men."

The woman's eyes were filled with panic, "I'm not lying. What I said is true!"

Ah Jin released her chin and wiped her hand on her clothes in disgust.

Then without looking back, she walked away.

The woman watched Ah Jin's figure disappeared into the woods.

She stood up in exasperation and walked over to the unconscious scarred man and kicked him hard.

The skinny man was still seemingly immersed in the terror Ah Jin had brought him and did not react.

The woman who saw his failure to fight gave the skinny man another slap, and only then did the skinny man snapped back to consciousness.

"A pair of trash!"

Ah Jin strolled in her own "back garden.”

Her thin waist and long legs, with fair skin, and a slight smile on her sweet face, her bearing was so relaxed in nature.

One would find that snakes and insects fled and avoided her if one looked closely wherever she walked.

They seemed to have sensed some kind of dangerous beast.

It was absolutely safe within five meters around Ah Jin.

Ah Jin found a coconut tree.

Looking at the several heavy coconuts hanging above, there was a slight craving.

She stood and kicked the trunk a few times.

The tree swayed, yet the coconuts still hung firm on the tree.

The tree was still standing firm.

It didn't give any face.

Ah Jin figured that using brute force would not work.

So she should think of another way.

So she converged the breath around her and found a snake around nearly two meters long.

Ah Jin looked at the snake sticking its scarlet tongue out at her and gave an evil smile.

"Brother snake, I’ll borrow your body and return it to you later."

After saying that, the snake was hammered on the ground, and it soon passed out.

Ah Jin took the snake's tail and raised her hand above her head, repeatedly drawing circles in the air.

The snake's body began to spin in the air.

Ah Jin aimed at the coconut and threw the snake out of her hand, "Go!”

It hit the coconut with great accuracy, thanks to the weight of the snake plus the inertia.

The coconuts finally couldn't hold on and fell to the ground one after another.

Ah Jin heard the sound of coconuts falling to the ground with a " boom," " boom," " boom.”

Her mood was very happy.

She did not care if the snake died from the fall.

She picked up and held four or five of the most valuable coconuts.

She looked at the snake on the ground and thought it was better to forget it.

She was a little tired of eating them recently.

So she returned to the cave with her coconuts.

As for that snake that was seriously injured by the fall, it woke up only with pain all over, accompanied by dizziness and nausea.

It took a great deal of effort to crawl back into the nest to recuperate.

It was estimated that for months, the injury would not be healed.

When Ah Jin returned to the cave, Thirteen and Zhou Yi had already returned.

"How was it? Did you get anything?"  Zhou Yi asked.

"No, but I met the people who caught you. The man was bitten by a venomous snake, and his survival is still uncertain."

Zhou Yi expressed her hatred, "He deserves it!"

Ah Jin asked, "What are we eating tonight? "

Zhou Yi pointed at the dead snake on the ground, "Snake meat! "

Ah Jin was not interested.

"I'm sick of eating it. You guys eat it. I’ll eat my coconuts."

Ah Jin took out the knife, opened the coconut, and added the compressed cookies in coconut juice to soak.

The knife scraped down the coconut flesh, and the cookies tasted pretty good with the coconut juice.

Ah Jin was full when she ate three.

The remaining two were given to Thirteen and Zhou Yi.

Zhou Yi accepted Ah Jin’s coconut with a "no point in worrying about one debt when one has so many others " shameless attitude.

Ah Jin had enough to eat and drink and lazily leaned on the mountain wall.

"Let's go rob the team tomorrow, then we'll go to the top of the mountain and wait for another team to come. Then rob them too, so we'll win?"

Thirteen looked at her, "Why?"

In his opinion, this was not Qiao Jin's style.

Ah Jin played with her fingers in boredom, "I've had enough fun and want to go back."

Zhou Yi was not convinced, "Had enough fun? Is this place boring?"

"I am bored. Besides, snakes are snakes. They are not entertaining to kill. I am tired of killing them."

"Then what else do you want to kill?"

"I want to kill people!"

When she saw the person in front of her talking about killing, she had a creepy sparkle in her eyes.

Zhou Yi felt that she might have met a psychopath.

She scooted cautiously in the direction of Thirteen.

"Who do you want to kill? It's just the three of us here."

Ah Jin flashed a cruel smile, "Of course ..."

Before Ah Jin could finish her sentence, a man suddenly appeared at the entrance of the cave.

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