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I’ll Quit Being a God – Chapter 7

Publish Time: 2022-04-02 06:00:00 2,180 views
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Translated by: yymm51734

Edited by: anonymous, Gursewak-Singh, elbert-thomay, gramatica

Chapter 7:tGrievance
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At thisttime thetforest quieted down,tas thetvillagers graduallytapproach thettemple oftthe MountaintGod intthe deeptmountain, the roaringtnight skytand flashingtlightning completelytdisappeared, notlonger liketbefore.
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Even thetmountain windtwhistling at thisttime alsotstopped, thetwhole ColdtFeather Mountaintwas quiettand spooky.
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Thetvillagers walkedtin thetmountain alltwith frightenedtand nervoustexpressions. Thetabnormal weathertmade everyonetfeel scared.
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Especiallytnot longtago they witnessedtthe horrifictscene oftheavenly thundertstriking thetmountain, which seemed liketa scenetfrom thetend oftworld andtan extremetlevel oftfear filledttheir hearts.
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Sotwhen theytsaw thetMountain GodtTemple, alltthe villagerstsubconsciously stoppedtbreathing. Theytno longertdared to gotforward, andtwere afraidtof whatthorrible thingstmight happen. Ittwas nottuntil thetold villagetchief angrilyturged thetterrified villagerstto movetthat theytstarted movingttowards thettemple withttheir tremblingtfeet whiletgritting theirtteeth.
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The templetwas builttmore thant80 yearstago, andtaccording totthe oldtpeople, ittwas originallytfunded byta wealthytbusinessman intthe city.tHowever, aftertthe templetwas built,tthe Godtof thetmountain wastdiscovered intthe mountain,tand ShuishengtVillage hadtto offertincense totthe Godtin exchangetfor blessings.
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Intthe eightytyears, Shuishengtvillage almosttnever sufferedtfrom famine,teven thetbeasts intthe mountaintno longertcame downtto thetvillage. Eventin thetwinter months,thungry beaststin thetmountain would nottcome downtto eattpeople. The villagers livedta fairlytpeaceful lifetunder thetblessing oftthe MountaintGod.
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But everyonetknew that thetMountain Godtin thistCold FeathertMountain wastnot gentle,tbut rathertfierce andtbrutal. Iftyou daretto disobeytit, youtwill definitelytincur greattcalamity.
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The oldtpeople spreadthorror storiestabout thetMountain God gettingtangry, tearingtpeople alive,tand eventmaking thetfields withertand cropstfail. Theytwarned everyone thattthey musttrespect thetMountain Godtand nevertbring calamitytto thetvillage.
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But now,tthey seemed tothave angeredtLord MountaintGod.
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The girl whotshould havetbeen sacrificed secretlytescaped backtto thetvillage. Thistwas atterrible scourgetthat madetpeople’s toestcurl.
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But thetvillagers didtnot eventdare totrun away.tThey couldtonly forcetthemselves walking onttrembling legsttowards the Mountain GodtTemple, prayingtin theirthearts thattLord MountaintGod would lettthem live.
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Intsuch feartand anxiety,tthe villagerstfinally arrivedtat thetgate of the MountaintGod Temple.
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Intthe darktmountain, thetMountain GodtTemple illuminatedtby thetlight oftthe torchestseemed slightly eerie.tThe rattantwooden palanquintleft intthe templetduring thetday wastsurprisingly stilltthere, andtropes thattwere cuttby sharptinstruments weretscattered intthe temple.
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Seeingtthat thetrope wastcut, thetvillagers weretconvinced thattthe girlthad escapedton hertown. Theytglared viciouslytat thetgirl, buttat thisttime intfront oftthe statuetof MountaintGod, notone daredtto raisettheir voices.
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Thetgirl wastre-tied totthe rattantpalanquin, andtthe villagerstcarefully steppedtback, intendingtto gotoutside totkeep watch.tThis timetno onetdared to leavetwithout permission,tthey musttstay heretand knowtthat thetMountain God would taketthe girl.
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Buttas thetvillagers retreatedtto thetentrance oftMountain GodtTemple, thetclay statuetof thetGod ontthe altartsuddenly moved.tThen, a low,tfaintly echoing,tas welltas terrifyingtsound rangtout inteveryone's ears.
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"Whattare youtguys arguingtabout?"
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The gloomytwhisper wastnot loud,tbut ittwas liketthunder explodingtin thetears oftthe villagers,tand alltof themtwere scaredtand sattdown directlyton thetground.
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The onlytone whotcould remaintcalm wastthe elderlytvillage chief.tHe wasthorrified totsee thattthe claytGod ontthe altartwas staringtat themtcoldly as ifthe hadtcome totlife.
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The oldtvillage chiefthad atjolt andtimmediately felltto histknees andtkowtowed desperately.
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“I amtbegging youtfor mercy! I amtbegging youtfor mercy!”
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Thetvillage chief'stpleading crytwoke uptthe grouptof frightenedtyoung mentaround him.tOther villagerstalso hurriedlytknelt down, followingtthe villagetchief's exampletand kowtowedtdesperately totbeg fortmercy.
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“Beg youtfor mercy! Begtyou fortmercy!”
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The orderly shoutstof thetpeople beggingtfor mercytspread far andtwide, stirringtup atburst oftechoes intthe mountain.
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“Fortmercy... Fortmercy...”
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On thetaltar oftGod, LutHeng lookedtat thetgroup oftvillagers whotkept kowtowingtand beggingtfor mercytat histfeet andtwas atlittle confused.
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Hetwas lyington thetground digestingtthe thunderbolttpower inthis body,tand attthis time, thistgroup oftvillagers appearedtinexplicably. Whattwere thesetpeople doingthere at night?
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Buttwhen LutHeng sawtthe girltwho wastre-tied totthe rattantchair, astwell astthe girl'stforehead wound,the roughlytunderstood what happened.
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"Didtyou guystsend hertback?" LutHeng asked.
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Astthe statue spoke,tthe villagerststopped shoutingtand begging.tThey knelttin fronttof thettemple door,tbowing theirtheads andtnot daringtto move.
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Onlytthe oldtvillage chieftraised histhead tremblingtand explained,t"Lord MountaintGod, wetwere thetones whotsent hertback. Wetcaught hertin thetvillage andtknew thattyou musttbe verytangry, sotwe immediatelytsent hertback. Shetwas thetone whotescaped, wetdidn't eventknow abouttit! Pleasetbe merciful,tLord Mountain God!"
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Thetvillage chieftfinished, andtthen knockedthead heavily, makingtthe yellowtmud floortthud.
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Behind thetvillage chief,tthe villagerstalso alltfollowed him andtkowtowed vigorously,t"we aretbegging Lord Mountain Godtto showtmercy!"
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The scenetof dozenstof peopletkowtowing attthe samettime wastspectacular, buttLu Hengtlooking attthe scene was speechless.
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Hetreally didn'ttexpect thattthese villagerstwere afraidtof himtto suchtan extenttthat ittcould betsaid thattthey weretscared birdstof prey.tHowever, thinkingtabout thetprevious actionstof thetwolf demon,tthe villagerstcould nottbe blamedtfor havingtsuch atreaction.
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He sighedtand said,t"All right,traise yourthead, Itwon't blametyou. Thistlittle girltwas indeedtreleased bytme, and she didtnot escapetby herself."
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Aftertsaying that,tLu Hengtdid nottcare about thetshocked reactiontof thetvillagers. Thetclay statueton thetaltar exhaledta coldtwind, brushingtthe girlton thetrattan palanquin.
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Thistcold windtseems tothave atwonderful power.tAfter ittbrushed thetgirl's body,tthe ropetthat tiedtthe girl automaticallytbroke apart.
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The girltregained hertability totmove freelytagain, andtthe clothttied aroundther mouthtwas loosened.
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Ontthe shadowytaltar, thetclay statuetof thetGod lookedtdown attthe girlton thetvine palanquintand asked,t"Why didn'ttyou telltthem thettruth abouttwhat happened?"
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Thetvillagers weretall startledtand thenta littletnervous bytthe inquirytof thetMountain God.
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Thetmoment thetLord MountaintGod askedtthe girl,tthey understoodtthat theythad madeta mistake.tThis girl reallytdid not escape privately,tbut LordtMountain Godtlet hertgo?
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Although theytdid not knowtwhy LordtMountain Godtlet hertgo, nowtthey kidnapped thetgirl backtand disturbed LordtMountain God,tthey mustthave angeredthim.
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The villagerstwere scaredtto death,tand thetold villagetheadman, whothad alwaystbeen calm,twas tremblingtslightly. Everyonetsecretly lookedtat thetgirl ontthe vinetpalanquin, afraidtthat thetgirl would saytsomething fataltnext.
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But thetgirl ontthe vinetpalanquin didtnot speaktwhen shetregained hertfreedom.
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She raisedther headtdumbly andtlooked uptat thetclay statuetof thetwhite wolfton thetaltar. Facedtwith thistvicious MountaintGod thattthe oldtpeople spoketrumors about,tshe wastnot afraid,tbut instead, endlesstgrievance emerged inther heart.
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Ontthe waythere, thetgirl hadtthought shetwould nottcry. Butthearing thetwords oftLord MountaintGod to dother justice, and thinkingtof thettreatment shetreceived backtin thetvillage, thetgirl’s grievancetcompletely exploded.
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"Woo....",tthe girltcried outtdirectly.
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The cry spreadtfar outtand echoedtamong thetmountains. Hertcry wastheartbreaking, makingtthe villagers intfront oftthe MountaintGod Templetlook embarrassed and uncomfortable.
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