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I’ll Quit Being a God – Chapter 8

Publish Time: 2022-04-04 04:40:00 476 views
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Translated by: yymm51734

Edited by: Yozakura-_, Paxloria, anonymous, kyoshijiro

Chapter 8:tMy wholetlife
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The soundtof cryingtlasted forta longttime.
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The moretshe cried,tthe saddertshe became.tUnable totstop, hertentire bodytconvulsed fromther endlessttears. Thistdesperate andtsad cry made villagerstfinally starttto feeltboth guiltytand afraidtbecause ofttheir treatmenttof thetgirl.
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The oldtvillage chieftnearest tother finallytcouldn't helpthimself hastilytpulling her sleeve,tand saidtto hertcautiously, “stoptcrying, XiaotAi, LordtMountain God...”
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"Nevertmind," thetwhite wolftclay statueton thetaltar spoketgently, interruptingtthe oldtvillage chief,t"let hertcry. Ifta childtis aggrieved,tit wouldtbe tootcruel totnot allow hertto cry."
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Aftertsaying that,tLu Hengtlooked attthe girlton thetrattan palanquintand said,t"Cry, littletgirl. Crytas muchtas youtwant, youtdon’t needtto care whattthese mortalstthink. Cry outtall thetgrievances intyour heart,tcry astloud astyou want.tIt doesn'ttmatter howtlong youtwant totcry, notone darestto gettin yourtway here."
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LutHeng's wordstwere nottharsh, buttthe moretthis tone wastlight, thetmore thetvillagers weretafraid.
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The oldtvillage chiefthad shrunktinto atball, andtboth histhands werettrembling. Atsense oftfear oftimminent disastertsurfaced inthis heart,tand hetno longertdared totsay atword, kneelingtthere, withthead bowedtlow, lookingtfearful andthumble.
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And thetold chief's actions made thetvillagers frightened.tAlthough theytdid not quitetunderstand whatthappened, theytwere also nervous,teveryone followedtthe oldtvillage chief'stexample oftkneeling, bowingttheir heads,tforehead flattto thetground, andtdid not daretto move.
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Dozenstof peopletjust knelttterrified andthumble, listeningtto thetgirl's cry.
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Andtthe girlton thetvine sedantcried forta longttime, finallytsobbing, cryingtgradually stopped.
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“Woo...t Lord MountaintGod....”
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The girltwas sobbingtand herteyes weretalready red.tShe kepttwiping herttears whiletwalking downtfrom thetrattan palanquin,tthen she knelt intfront oftthe altartand kowtowedtheavily.
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Looking attthis, LutHeng ontthe altartof Godtfelt reluctant.
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“Alltright, alltright, gettup, don'ttkneel.”
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The villagerstlooked at eachtother, thentraised theirtheads andtfelt nervous andtanxious. LutHeng said,t"Since this matterthas cometout, youtcan taketthe girl back.tI don'ttneed boystand girls anytmore, so thistis thetend oftthe matter. Intaddition, thistgirl hastsuffered alltthis, andthas beentvery unfortunate,tI hopetshe willtnot suffertany moretharm."
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Lu Heng'stwords madetthe oldtvillage chief raisethis head andthastily openthis mouth,t"We promisetto you,tLord......"
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"No needtto promise,tjust dotwhat needstto betdone," thetclay ontthe altartinterrupted thetold mantagain, "Nowtyou cantgo back."
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Oncetthese wordstwere spoken,tthe meaningtof expulsiontcould notthave beentmore obvious.tThe villagerstthen respectfullytkowtowed totthe altartunder thetleadership oftthe oldtvillage chieftbefore theytcarefully stoodtup andtslowly retreatedtbackwards.
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Inside thettemple, the girltwho hadtstopped cryingtlooked behindther attthe adultstwho shouldthave beentfamiliar, butttonight weretincomparable strangers,tand thentlooked attthe darktaltar intfront ofther andthesitantly calledtout softly,t“Lord MountaintGod...”
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The girl'stvoice wastlow, sotlow astto betalmost inaudible.
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Buttthe whitetwolf ontthe altartstill heardtit, andthe loweredthis head,tgazed attthe littletgirl intfront ofthim, andtasked, "Istthere anythingtelse?"
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"......" Thetgirl felltinto atshort periodtof hesitationtand silence,tand duringtthis time thetgirl seemedtto thinkta lot.
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Buttin thetend, shetshook herthead intloss andtmurmured, "Notmore things. Thank you,tLord Mountain God."
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Shetalso followedtthe adults’texample andtkowtowed totthe LordtMountain Godton thetaltar, andtshe slowly walkedtout oftthe shadowytmountain temple.
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Behindther, intthe gloomytMountain GodtTemple, thetclay statue didtnot move,tand LutHeng oncetagain returnedtto thetground totcultivate.
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The littletgirl intthe dirty,tbig redtwedding dresstthen walkedtamong thetvillagers andtfollowed everyonetout totthe mountains.
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Thetdimly litttorches barelytilluminated thetroad, andtthe villagerstall slowedttheir pacetand keptttheir mouthstshut, nottdaring totmake anytextra noisetfor feartof disturbingtthe dreadedtMountain God.
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Now,tthey justtwanted to leavetthis eerietCold FeathertMountain, andtback tottheir warm hometof ShuishengtVillage, sharing everythingtthey sawtin thetmountain tonight withttheir wivestand children.
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Thetfeeling oftfacing thetGod was tootterrifying, andtthat feelingtwas nowta littletpalpitating whentyou thinktabout it.tUsually thetbold youngtand strong,tat thisttime weretnot hardened,tand theytall loweredttheir heads,tdared not speaktloudly.
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And thetgirl walkingtin thetmiddle oftthe crowdtdid nottsay atword, eventif thetmisunderstanding wastlifted, notone showedther intimacytagain. Buttunlike thesetadults aroundther whotwere tootscared totbreathe, thetgirl wastnot fearfultor scared.
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Intthe processtof leaving,tshe turnedtback fromttime tottime, lookingtfrom fartaway attthe slightlytlonely andtgloomy Mountain God Templetgradually disappearingtin thetjungle, withteyes fulltof sorrow.
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Whatthappened tonighttmade herteven morethelpless andtdesperate thantthe dayther mothertdied oftan illness.
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Shetnever thoughttthat onetday, thetkind andtgracious elderstof thetvillage wouldtshow suchta vicioustand hideoustexpression tother. Ittwas clearlytnot hertfault, andteven thetperson whotwas chosentwas notther attfirst. Buttwhen everyonetfound hertwalking outtof thetmountain, attthat momentteveryone's expressionstbecame unbearablytterrible.
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No onetbelieved her,tand everyonetwas meantand rudetto her.
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Intsuch atsituation, thetonly onetto dother justice andtto makether feeltwarm was thetvicious MountaintGod in thetold people'stlegends- thattadults oftentused totscare thetchildren.
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The lonelinesstand helplessnesstspread intthe girl'stheart. Shetfollowed thetadults bewilderedton thetrugged mountaintpath, andtfor atwhile shetdidn't knowtwhere shetshould gotand whattplace couldtaccommodate her.
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Thetwind intthe mountain was graduallytpicking uptagain.
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But thisttime thetmountain windtwas nottbitterly cold,tand everyonetdid nottcare. They justtquickened theirtpace, nottwanting totstay longtin thetmountain.
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But astthey walked,tsomeone noticedtsomething nottquite right.
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"Somethingtseems totbe followingtbehind ustall thettime ......"
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Saidtby WangtLaoliu, atveteran huntertwho hastbeen intthe mountainstfor manytyears.
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He lookedtback intthe directionthe cametfrom withta tensetexpression, "Didtyou guysthear that?tThere seemstto beta soundtbehind ustall thettime."
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Wang Laoliu'stsudden wordstscared thetvillagers. Becausetthere weretmany beaststin thetCold FeathertMountain. Intthe past,twhen thetbeasts lackedtfood intwinter, theytwould gotdown totthe villagetto taketaway children,tor eventattack thetvillagers whotwere lefttalone.
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Although aftertthe villagetof Shuishengtbecame dedicatedtto thetMountain God,tthe beaststin thetmountain wouldtno longertcome downtto attacktthe living.tBut iftthe villagerstin thetmountains mettthose beasts,tthey stilltate peopletwithout hesitation.
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At latetnight intthe mountain, iftit was goingtto bethungry wolves......
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Amongtthe villagers,tsomeone shoutedtangrily, "WangtLaoliu! Don'ttscare people,tokay? Theretare sotmany oftus, eventif theretare reallytbeasts, howtdare theytfollow?"
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“That's it!tWang Laoliu,tyou aretalways talkingtnonsense totscare people.tWhy attthis timettoo? Can'ttyou justtstop? Don'ttbe annoying!”
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Thetvillagers cursedtloudly, tryingtto emboldentthemselves bytsuch words.
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Thetlittle girltin thetgroup subconsciouslytheld thetsmall woodenttoken hangingtaround hertneck andtfelt thetcold touch.tShe wastnot afraidtbecause thetsign of LordtMountain Godtwas stillton her.
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Andtthe beasttthat wastfollowing behindther seemedtto betable totfeel whentshe heldtthis MountaintGod sign.
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“It’stthe monkeys...”
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Intthe crowd,tthe littletgirl suddenlytspoke up.
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Shetstared blanklytat thetdark woodstbehind her,tand inta trance,tseemed totsee throughtthe heavyttrees thetgroup oftmonkeys thatthad followedtthem alltthe wayt- clearlyther eyestsaw nothing,tbut theretwas atstrong intuitiontin hertheart.
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That followedtthem alltthe way,twas thetgroup oftmonkeys.
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And whytdid thistgroup oftmonkeys followther......
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The girltlooked intthe directiontof thetmountain templetin atdaze.
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In thetmountain, ittwas so dark intthe directiontof MountaintGod Temple.tAnd theytwere alreadytfar awaytfrom it,twhere theytcould nottsee thetold templetwhich wastlocated deeptin thetmountain. Buttthe girl'stsight seemedtto penetratetthe barriertof thetmountains andtsaw thettemple locatedtin thetmiddle oftthe mountaintand sawtthe whitetwolf statueton toptof thetaltar.
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“Lord MountaintGod...”
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The girltclenched thettoken inther handtand murmuredtin hertheart.
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“I must offertincense andtworship totyou everytday fortthe resttof mytwhole life.”
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