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Chapter 89

Chapter 89: The Peculiar Little Town

In a daze, Su Hao opened his eyes once again.

The battle seemed to have just happened before his eyes.

He didn’t know what happened afterward, and he didn’t care. It must have been countless years ago by now!

In the distant past, there must have been a splendid runic civilization there.

Su Hao subconsciously entered the Pinball Space to check the logs.

The first thing that caught his eye was an electronic clock hanging on the wall!

“15642159 years, 7 months, 8 days, 17 hours, 2 minutes, 58 seconds.”

Over ten million years had passed…

This time span once again exceeded Su Hao’s imagination.

He muttered to himself, “A bit exaggerated… In the blink of an eye, tens of millions of years have passed. What does that mean to me? How vast the universe is, it’s hard to imagine. And what exactly does the universe we are in look like?”

No matter how Su Hao imagined it, he couldn’t imagine what the universe he was in actually looked like. He could only take a deep breath and slowly exhale.

It was as if everything from the past had dissipated.

The information from the world of martial artists still lay quietly in the Pinball Space. As long as he wished, he could replay everything he had seen.

But Su Hao didn’t bother to review it. After all, it was already in the past, so let the colors of that world be preserved in the Pinball Space!

“So, what valuable knowledge and wealth can this world I’m in now bring me?” Su Hao murmured.

He continued to check the logs.

“532662 years, 8 months, 3 days, 0 hours, 0 minutes, 0 seconds.

Entered an unknown starry sky, automatically entered comparison mode, successful comparison, recorded coordinates;”

“532667 years, 9 months, 18 days, 0 hours, 0 minutes, 0 seconds.

Entered an unknown starry sky, automatically entered comparison mode, successful comparison, recorded coordinates;”

Jumping to the most recent log.

“10542159 years, 7 months, 8 days, 0 hours, 0 minutes, 0 seconds.

Entered an unknown starry sky, discovered abnormal gravity, gravity locked, unable to move. Automatically entered comparison mode, comparison failed, established a new star map, establishment successful;”

Su Hao temporarily didn’t pay attention to why the comparison of star maps had failed, as he couldn’t understand it with his current abilities.

What was more important was his current situation.

He looked at his body data once again.

The body data from the world of martial artists hadn’t been updated.

Su Hao simply saved it and created a new body data table, which was currently blank.

After carefully examining the Pinball Space and Little Light and finding nothing unusual, Su Hao exited the Pinball Space and began to observe his current situation.

He had just crossed over and hadn’t completely received the inheritance from this child yet, so he wasn’t clear about his current situation. According to Su Hao’s experience, this process could take as short as three days or as long as half a month.

No need to rush!

For the first time, Su Hao focused his attention on his current body.




“What…?” Su Hao was filled with question marks.

What was going on? Was he extremely hungry and weak as soon as he arrived? Was this hell-level difficulty?

Su Hao struggled to get up and looked around at his surroundings.

Dirty, messy, and chaotic!

That was Su Hao’s first impression.

Immediately afterward, an unbearable stench of urine and feces, mixed with a strong musty odor, filled his nostrils. This overpowering smell would make anyone who smelled it quickly flee. Even a garbage dump wouldn’t dare to be this foul!

However, it seemed that this body had grown accustomed to this smell, as it didn’t produce any hormones urging Su Hao to leave.

He found himself in a narrow alley. The walls were made of a mixture of stones, mud, and some straw, looking extremely old and rough, with many years of history.

It was twilight, and nightfall was approaching, casting a dim light over the alley, making visibility poor.

Su Hao supported himself against the wall and slowly walked to the alley’s entrance. He looked left and right at this unfamiliar place.

His vision was blurred in the dim light, and all he could see were rows of uneven houses extending far into the distance, swallowed by the approaching night.

The buildings resembled medieval commoners’ houses, haphazardly scattered without any apparent order. The overall impression Su Hao got was one of randomness, where everything, from size to construction, seemed utterly arbitrary.

City management? It seemed like there was none here.

Upon seeing this, Su Hao couldn’t help but admire his current body. He hadn’t contracted a disease or died, which was incredibly lucky considering the circumstances.

Soon, Su Hao noticed the eerie aspect of this small town.

There was not a single person in sight!

Only he, a little kid, was peeking out, and the entire street, or rather, the entire town, was eerily silent. There was no trace of anyone, not even any cute little animals.

“Where are the people? Am I the only one here? Could this be a ghost town?” Su Hao’s mind raced at the thought. He had never encountered ghosts before, but he couldn’t be sure if they existed because the universe was so vast.

Su Hao slowly retreated into the pitch-black alley as if this dark alley could provide him with enough security.

Back in the alley, he leaned against the wall, feeling a trace of warmth. His brain quickly analyzed the situation.

Firstly, he didn’t have parents to protect him as a child, so it was highly likely that he was an orphan, barefooted, with stylish pants that reached his thighs and a piece of rag for clothing. Not an ideal start.

Secondly, judging from the environment, this world seemed to have limited productivity. The current weather was chilly, indicating that it was autumn. This meant that he had to find clothing and shelter before winter came, or he’d be in dire straits.

Lastly, based on the traces on the streets, this small town did have inhabitants, and there seemed to be quite a few of them. However, now that night had fallen, not a single soul was visible. It was as if the entire town had become deserted, which was suspicious.

Perhaps after nightfall, something terrifying might appear.

“Do I need to wait until daylight?” Su Hao hesitated.

He had already felt that his body was nearing its limits. If he didn’t eat something to replenish his strength, he might not even have the energy to search for food tomorrow, leading to a dead end.

Going out now was risky, but it was also a chance to stay alive.

So, how should he choose? Su Hao had already made up his mind.

“Could this be a one-day tour in another world?” Su Hao smiled self-deprecatingly. No matter how difficult it was, he had always managed to endure for at least two months in the past. Now, he had spent some time here, and he couldn’t afford to break that record.

Every time he changed worlds, Su Hao had to start over from scratch. All the power he had acquired would vanish. It was the most frustrating aspect of his journey.

Fortunately, the knowledge he had acquired remained.

Now, all he needed was three months, and he would once again become a martial artist with the ability to protect himself. Given three years, he would undoubtedly advance to become a master martial artist, capable of using various runes at will. By then, he could do whatever he wanted, so what was there to fear?

But for now, he needed to find a way to eat.

With these thoughts in mind, Su Hao slowly ventured out into the eerie small town.

Searching for food.

My Divine Diary

My Divine Diary

My Journal of Godhood, 我的成神日志
Score 7.8
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Released: 2021 Native Language: Chinese
An accident gave Su Hao the ability to reincarnate infinitely. But who can tell him why he can’t live past five years of age every time he is reincarnated? The universe is dangerous and unfriendly to children. Su Hao decided on his first small goal — to become an adult. “How could I not even become an adult!” … Amidst Su Hao’s millions of reincarnations, one time after another. After obtaining enough knowledge, he discovered the way to become a god. This is a mortal’s path to divinity. Maybe… you can too!


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