She's a Legendary Demon Hunter [Rebirth] - Chapter 32
“Close the door.” Mi Wan motioned it to shut the door. The large dog got up again, went over to close the door, came back, and squatted down again.
“Don’t look at me like that, your demonic source is useless to me.” Mi Wan fished out a bag of potato chips under her blankets and started munching, “You listed a bunch of possibilities just now and the only one remotely attractive to me, was selling it for money.”
(Then you can sell it for money. I can tell you who to sell it to for a higher price.)
“How much more?”
“Woof Woof Woof…”
“So little?” Mi Wan instantly lost interest.
“Woof Woof~~” The large dog paused for a moment, then barked hesitantly.
(Then you can sell my demonic source to my mother. You should be able to sell it for 200,000 yuan more.)
“Your mother? You trying to get your mother to avenge you?” Mi Wan raised her brows. Asking her to bring a son’s demonic source to his mother. No matter how many demons she murdered in the past, Mi Wan could not bring herself to do something so cold-blooded.
(She won’t. When I had begun degenerating five years ago, in her eyes, I was no different from an ordinary dog. In fact, if I hadn’t escaped so quickly, she would have dug out my demonic source and fed it to my younger brother)
“…” I underestimated you demons.
“That sounds terrible.” Mi Wan could tell that the dog demon had a difficult life, and yet, it was selflessly trying to cover the medical expenses of the old man who had taken him in. This went beyond acting conscientious. The dog was much kinder than her and she felt a sense of shame.
“Woof Woof~~” The dog continued.
(If you agree, I’ll give you my family’s address)
“You probably shouldn’t tell me that, I’m afraid I might kill your entire family if I go there,” Mi Wan warned.
“Woof Woof~~” (It doesn’t matter.)
It might not matter to you, but I’m afraid that my peaceful life would come to an end if I act impulsively.
“My price is one million yuan.” Mi Wan did not intend to waste any more time. She extended a finger, pointed it at the large dog, and made an offer.
(But my demonic source is not worth a million.)
“Who said anything about wanting your demonic source?” Mi Wan smacked the dog’s head. The impact caused the big dog to see stars. “I told you. Your demonic source is useless to me. I’m asking you to give me a million yuan. That’s the amount I’m charging for your treatment.”
“Woof Woof~~” (I’m not sick.)
“You aren’t sick? Then why is your body filled with demonic poison?” Mi Wan asked.
When those words fell from Mi Wan’s lips, the dog suddenly stood up and went forward excitedly, before freezing on the spot. It stared at Mi Wan with a look that suggested that it could not believe what she had just said.
“I know you have no money.” Mi Wan pretended she didn’t notice the shock she had given to the large dog and continued explaining, “I can make an exception and let you write an IOU, with a repayment deadline of a year.”
“Woof!” (I accept!)
The dog’s loud response instantly illuminated the sensor lights across the whole floor of the house.
“It’s two o’clock, quiet down.” Mi Wan glared at the canine.
The dog immediately slumped back down obediently, whimpering softly and looking utterly pitiful.
Look at this, with a bit of practice, the dog had learned how to act cute.
“Wait.” Mi Wan got out of bed and looked for a pen and paper on her desk. She wrote down an IOU note and then brought it back for the big dog to read, “Are you literate?”
“Woof!” Of course, it’s literate. Before I had begun degenerating, I went to school too, okay?
After sweeping through the million yuan IOU, the large dog once again agreed to the conditions.
“Then put down a paw print.” Mi Wan placed the loan note next to the big dog’s paw and motioned it to stamp down.
The large dog enthusiastically lifted its front paw and stamped down firmly, but since it had just recently taken a bath, its paw was too clean to leave behind any prints.
“…” This embarrassing scene stunned both human and dog. Just as Mi Wan was wondering if a dog can leave behind a blood stamp using their paws, the clever dog ran out. It sounded like it ran into the yard. Moments later, the large dog reappeared. The first thing it did when it rushed back into the room, was stomp on the IOU, leaving behind a fresh muddy paw print.
“Woof!” (I did it)
Mi Wan lifted the loan slip, wondering how long this mud print would last.
“Okay, I know you won’t dare default on this debt.” Mi Wan put away the loan slip carefully and then began to medically treat the large dog.
—Chapter 32: The old man and his dog (continued), Part 4—
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