Translator: CKtalon Editor: CKtalon
The only thought that flashed through Wang Hu’s mind was: “Whose kid is this?”
The next moment, the man was sent flying into the sky and, with a loud bang, he collided into the 2.5 meter high ceiling. Then he crashed to the ground and resembled road kill. His final impression were a few tiny toes.
“You wanna fight? Charge!” Only then did the other men react. They drew their weapons and prepared to attack when Red Boy turned around suddenly.
“Jingxin, save him!” At that moment, Fangzheng appeared in front of Red Boy.
At the same time, Fangzheng smiled at the men charging at him. He raised his right hand and slammed the ground!
The cement floor shattered, and cement blocks splattered upwards as a result!
The screaming men who were charging forward came to an instant halt. They were no fools. A palm that could cause the cement floor to crack with a single strike would probably bore holes in them if its strike landed on their bodies! The few of them quickly turned around to flee.
However, Fangzheng grinned at the backs of the men. He rushed forward as he raised his hands. By the time his hands were lowered again, the few men were already knocked unconscious to the ground.
The soundproofing of the surgery room was done very well. Despite the fight, no one outside heard a thing.
Meanwhile, Red Boy grabbed the stored kidney and yanked open the victim’s abdomen. He stuffed the kidney in and smacked at it, healing the wound. After blowing a breath at the man on the border of death, he instantly began breathing calmly.
When Fangzheng saw this scene, he could not help but click his tongue. “This divine power sure is good! It can resurrect the dead!”
Red Boy shook his head. “It cannot be considered resurrection. It’s just a rejuvenation Dharmic spell. If he were really dead, I would be out of solutions as well. Thankfully, we came in time.”
Fangzheng looked at the special box used to store fresh kidneys to the side of the surgery table. Sighing, he said, “We really made it just in time.”
“Master, what do we do with these people?” Red Boy looked around at the bodies strewn on the floor.
“Tie all of them up, including the ones outside! Hand them to the police. Whatever follows will be troublesome. We won’t be able to handle the rest even if we stay.”
Meanwhile, Zhao Baolin and the other three were sitting in unease. They had heard the tragic scream outside, as well as the conversations of the other men. They were all there for money, but that they wanted to earn money did not mean they wanted to die! Who wouldn’t be afraid after hearing that death was a possibility? The three were flustered, but the man at the door had a knife, and he was staring intently at them. They could not run even if they wished to, so all they could do was wait.
Zhao Baolin looked up a few times at the man before he finally lost his patience. “What are you looking at? Look at me again, and I’ll dig out your eyes!”
Just as Zhao Baolin was about to say something, he suddenly froze. He then said in astonishment, “Why are you here?”
“Of course I’m here!” The guard mistook Zhao Baolin’s exclamation for being directed at him as he immediately answered. However, he suddenly felt something amiss. He turned his head and realized that a white-robed monk was standing behind him. He was smiling amiably as he said, “Patron, it has been hard on you. Leave the rest to This Penniless Monk.”
“F*ck you!” The guard stabbed out with his knife.
“Be careful!” Zhao Baolin and company shouted subconsciously. Zhao Baolin lunged forward in a bid to rescue Fangzheng.
However, all Fangzheng did was smile. With a clang, the guard looked in horror as the monk grabbed his blade! Then, an immense force overwhelmed him as his entire knife was yanked away.
Fangzheng held the knife in hand as he mimicked the man’s actions. He flicked it and pointed the pointed edge at the man with a smile. “Patron, shall we sit down and have a talk?”
“Master… Don’t… Don’t be rash. We are all civilized people. Using weapons isn’t a nice thing. It’s illegal…” The man looked at how Fangzheng was now holding the blade without being injured. Then, as he looked at his knife being tossed, he immediately lost his courage. He obediently took a step back and sat on a chair.
Zhao Baolin never expected Fangzheng to be so brave. In the blink of an eye, he had subdued the guard empty-handedly. He heaved a sigh of relief before immediately shouting, “Abbot Fangzheng, let’s leave quickly. This is a scum nest! The people here are criminals who sell human organs! They just killed someone!”
Fangzheng’s heart warmed when he saw how much concern Zhao Baolin showed him. Although Zhao Baolin was a little foolish previously, he was still quite a swell guy in general.
Fangzheng patted Zhao Baolin on the shoulder and said, “Don’t worry. The rest of them are up there.”
Zhao Baolin looked up upon hearing that, only to be stunned.
The other three looked up as well, including the guard who was seated.
They saw a few people bound by the electrical wires above the yard, looking like a bunch of bound crabs who were swaying in the wind.
The two huge dogs that guarded the yard were trembling in a corner.
Upon seeing this, Zhao Baolin and company immediately felt relieved. Fangzheng swept his gaze at the guard, who quickly looked away. He hugged his head and did not dare sit any longer. He squatted immediately.
Fangzheng smiled. “You seem experienced.”
“I’ve been caught by the police before in several anti-vice raids.”
As police cars came, this especially large organization which sold human organs was eliminated. A year later, there was a series of gunshots delivered by a firing squad…
Having been rescued from the scum nest by Fangzheng, Zhao Baolin gulped and bowed towards Fangzheng. He apologized, “Sorry, Abbot Fangzheng. It was my fault. I’m sorry, really sorry.”
“Amitabha. Patron, there’s no need for that.” Fangzheng shook his head.
“I’m really sorry. I was in the wrong.” Zhao Baolin continued bowing. Upon saying that, he suddenly thought of something as he asked, “Abbot, might I ask if what you said about my family’s event being misfortunate was true?”
“Patron, don’t you find everything that happened to you too much of a coincidence? A relative suddenly comes to you and introduces a girl to your son. She immediately falls in love with him, and everything is so nice that there is no way for you object to their marriage. Then, a friend whom you have not been in contact with for a very long time suddenly contacts you and has means to help you get money.” Fangzheng did not tell him directly. Instead, he helped Zhao Baolin do the analysis himself, and when he was done, he asked straight to the point, “Do you believe that there can be so many coincidences in this world? How many times has your son been sent on blind dates? It’s not a small number right? Was the success rate that high?”
Zhao Baolin thought about it carefully and indeed, he realized that there were too many coincidences. However, he had been met with good news one after another, and the happiness had gotten to his head. He had never realized that he was falling into a trap!
“Venerable One, now that you say so, it’s really… But Xiaoran and Yuhe’s marriage, that can’t be fake, right?” Zhao Baolin still held on to his fantasies.
Red Boy sneered. “Why would my master lie to you? Won’t you know if you return to take a look?”
Zhao Baolin immediately agreed.
With Zhao Baolin around, Fangzheng and Red Boy could not fly. Hence they took a car back, which was naturally paid for by Zhao Baolin. When they rushed to Hongtang Village and into Zhao Baolin’s house, they saw Zhao Yuhe and Chai Hong happily watching television on the bed-stove.
“Old Zhao, why did you rush home?” Chai Hong asked in confusion when she saw Zhao Baolin rush into the house anxiously.
“Where’s Xiaoran?” asked Zhao Baolin.
“She went to release the ducks. Why?” asked Chai Hong.
“Release the ducks!? Alone? Where did she release the ducks?” asked Zhao Baolin.
“West of the village, I guess? Where else could it be?” answered a baffled Chai Hong.
At that moment, there was quacking outside. Chai Hong traced the quacking and saw that their ducks had been brought back. Behind them was their neighbor, an elderly man, Grandpa Wu.
“Baolin, what’s wrong with your family? You threw the ducks on the street without anyone to watch over them. What would happen if they went missing? Thankfully I recognized your ducks and helped you bring them back,” said Grandpa Wu.