>Tang Yibu was driving it at maximum speed.
The crazy android rushed towards the sky against the Annihilation Point and then made a beautiful aerial flip.
The ship drove up close to the dark Annihilation Point, drawing a smooth arc with its trajectory.
It was now swinging in the air at this moment, and the bottom of the ship was facing the sky while the top was plunging into the Sea of Ruins.

After an instant of weightlessness, the unsuspecting Ruan Xian began to fall into the Sea of Ruins.

He only had time to put the scorching barrel of the gun to his lips, and his heart was calm.

The next moment, he hit something warm.

“Hi, Mr.
Ruan.” Tang Yibu grabbed the steering wheel with one hand and pushed the jet speed lever tightly with the other.
After the flip, the ship swayed neatly under Ruan Xian and the open roof had caught him who was falling from in the sky.
He slammed straight into the arms of the android.

“I caught you.” Tang Yibu showed a relaxed smile.

Followed by a huge collision.

The ship that fell to the ground got stuck between two huge ruins.
Thanks to this, it wasn’t sucked in by the Annihilation Point.
Ruan Xian was half sitting and half lying in Tang Yibu’s arms, unable to say how he was feeling at the moment.

The two green ghosts didn’t have the same quick reaction as Tang Yibu.
They didn’t had time to slow down and was pulled by inertia and got sucked into the Annihilation Point.
One of them had its entire whole upper body sucked in while the other had its head and right arm.
As they touched the point, it made a sizzling sound like raw meat hitting a hot pan.

When the ghosts adjusted their direction again and tried to escape, the parts that had been sucked wasn’t recovered.

Two mutilated people swayed towards the ship.
The missing sections that should be spurting blood didn’t spill a single drop.
Similar to the situation in the ruins of the hospital, countless green grass buds appeared on the cross-section and the movements of the two “people” became more sluggish.

They seemed to have lost the desire to attack.
One lonely lower body snuck into the ruins followed by another mutilated body.
They didn’t know where those two ghosts had disappeared to.
Ruan Xian could hear them moving away from the Annihilation Point and further away from the ship.

“There’s still 45% energy left!” Tang Yibu poked the dial with satisfaction.
His warm breath brushed against Ruan Xian’s collarbone.
Ruan, now we…”

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Ruan Xian moved his body uncomfortably and tried to stand up.
As a result, he was hit by the iron bead that had jumped from some heavenly cover and caused a burst of dizziness and ringing in his ears.

This time he endured it for a long time before he resisted the urge to pulverize the thing.

“Gwah!” the iron bread screamed anxiously as it trembled uncontrollably.
It bit Tang Yibu’s hair with its big mouth and dragged him forcefully back to the cabin.

“…Let’s get out of here.” Tang Yibu petted the anxious iron bead with one hand, and glanced at Ruan Xian, whose face was still green.

“The remaining energy is enough to drive back to the hospital.” Ruan Xian rubbed his battered head gloomily and stood up from Tang Yibu.
“With this ship, we can load more—”

“No, no!” Jiang Lin, who was so scared that she couldn’t say a word, finally found her tongue.
“I want to go back to the Elysium.
I must go back to the Elysium.”

“That’s your business.
We have already saved your life, but this doesn’t include delivering it to the front door.” Ruan Xian leaned his upper body out of the top of the boat again and looked at the dark Annihilation Point with fascination.

The ruins under their feet were slowly pouring into the void, and then disappeared cleanly.
The whole process revealed a certain weird and desolate beauty.

“This—This ship belongs to us,” Jiang Lin stammered.

“That bone saw is also ours,” Tang Yibu responded very impartially.

“I didn’t do it on purpose.
It just happened.
I gave you a map, didn’t I?” Jiang Lin even sounded a bit aggrieved.
“Besides, you didn’t save my companions.
Those are my teammates! I’m still grieving right now.”

“Okay.” Ruan Xian didn’t bother to answer again.
He could probably figure out the logic of this woman.
Jiang Lin didn’t feel that she had done anything wrong.
Before this, he was afraid that he would have to painstakingly try to persuade her.

Now, he didn’t want to say anything.

Surprisingly, Jiang Lin didn’t yell anymore.
The neatly dressed woman slowly bent over, as if someone had punched her in the stomach.
Her eyes red with blood, her fundus was blue, tears, snot and saliva flowed down together, and her mouth made an unpleasant sound.

“Withdrawal symptoms from a certain drug.” Tang Yibu calmly turned the bow.

“I… I can say good things for… for you in front of the captain.
If you’re willing to come, I… but I did it for you…” Jiang Lin whimpered on the floor, shrinking tightly.

“Yes, we owe you such a great favor.” Seeing Tang Yibu preparing to leave, Ruan Xian got back from the top of the ship and straightened his white coat.
He didn’t waver at all and didn’t even bother to hide the sarcasm in his tone.

“You can’t do this… You can’t do this.
I’m going back…”

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“Yu Le took that woman from the west and won’t have a hard time with this one.
Take her back to the settlement at that time and when she wakes up, let her find a way to go back herself.” Ruan Xian ignored the woman on the ground.

“But it depends on her status.
There’s something to be said if she’s an important person in Elysium.” Tang Yibu patted the iron bead and drove the steering wheel leisurely.
His golden eyes shined brightly in the sun.

“This ship belongs to us.
Yu Le won’t let me go.
He’s a shameless murderer…” Jiang Lin was still convulsing on the ground.
She scratched the floor of the cabin in despair, leaving streaks of blood on the ground and almost tore off a fingernail.
“You… don’t know good people… Ah!”

Ruan Xian took out a needle tube that was retrieved from the hospital from her bag and quickly filled up a few tubes of blood from her neck, then put it in a storage box.
“I saw a nice centrifugal machine in the hospital.
If I bring this back, I might be able to find a chance to use the laboratory there.
The effect of the fruit of the flickering grass is quite special.”

“I’m also very interested.” Tang Yibu was enthusiastic.
“I have never seen this kind of thing in other petri dishes, and there’s no record of this kind of plant before the Great Rebellion of the 22nd century.”

Finding that the two young men didn’t plan to buy into her words at all, Jiang Lin’s whimper became more desperate.

“Chengcheng, Chengcheng,” She stopped trying to scream and began to mutter.
“Mom can’t go back, Chengcheng…”

Ruan Xian stopped sorting out the medical kit, and his dark pupils, which were almost the same as the Annihilation Point, turned around.
“Do you have children?”

But Jiang Lin seemed to have lost most of her consciousness.
She just mechanically hit the cabin floor with her head and caused her forehead to bruise.
“Chengcheng, Chengcheng.”

Ruan Xian fell silent.

“Changed your mind?” Tang Yibu slowed down curiously.
“This is probably just nonsense.
You don’t seem like the type who would be soft for this kind of thing.”

‘He really wasn’t,’ Ruan Xian thought, but this scene made his chest feel tight.

“We still have three and a half days, so it’s not bad to explore Elysium.” Ruan Xian took out a water bottle, took a slow sip, and looked at the green ivy outside the ship’s window.
“Of course, this is just my personal opinion.”

“I want to go to more human places than digging around ruins for three days.” Tang Yibu tilted his head.
“But Mr.
Ruan, your reaction is a bit strange.
You look a little sad— Is there a tragedy about someone in your family in your memories?”

“Forget it.”

“It’s strange.
I can’t understand Ruan Xian’s purpose for making you like this.” Tang Yibu turned his head and glanced at him.
“After all, everyone knows that Ruan Xian’s childhood was impeccable and extremely ‘happy’.”

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