With just a glance, Qin Luo was absolutely certain that those three had human lives on their hands. Furthermore, judging by the ferocity of those two guys just now, he could see that it wasn’t their first time attacking people. It was obvious that they were either fugitive at large or gangsters who had escaped from prison.
If it were not for Ink’s sudden appearance just now, as well as him directly killing the most ferocious of them first, then he (Qin Luo) might just have to experience a tough battle and be riddled with scars considering his current physical fitness.
And honestly, if he and Ink were ordinary people, then they would have ended up as corpses just now. It was just too bad that these three guys messed with the wrong people.
After struggling to survive in the apocalypse for ten straight years, countless people had died in Qin Luo’s hands. Zombies, mutant species, deranged werewolves, blood clans, and even fellow humans who did not have kind intentions… Qin Luo was able to kill all of them without even a frown on his face.
There was no need to insinuate that Qin Luo was too cold-blooded. In that era, warm-blooded people either became dead bones under the yellow sands or became other people’s lunches. With that being the case, just like how one needs air to survive, killing became as natural as breathing to Qin Luo.
As such, Qin Luo didn’t even blink an eye as he picked up the falling dagger, ran… jumped… then raised the dagger above and accurately brought it down, thrusting it right in the middle of the heart… turning the handle of the dagger and twisted it, crushing the heart… not feeling anything as he did so, eyes tranquil.
After that, Qin Luo quickly dragged the three bodies into the woods and looked at Qin Ke. However, the kid only frowned at him without showing any fear, poles apart from the hypothetical expression of panic that Qin Luo expected would come from him.
Honestly, seeing this reaction, Qin Luo felt somewhat at ease. Still, he now must clean up the battlefield first in order to avoid being discovered by others. Thus, he could only pray in his heart that under his sister’s weird education, the little guy’s heart was truly strong enough.
Anyway, after taking out several oversized plastic bags meant to contain food from the space, Qin Luo enclosed the three bodies with it and tightly sealed them with the tapes. He then threw them into space, feeling disgusted all the while.
If it were not for fear that the bodies would soon be found and cause him trouble if they were left out here in the open, he would not use his own space to hold the bodies. Nonetheless, the fact that there were corpses in his space still made goosebumps rise all over his body.
Meanwhile, once he saw that the three inexplicable people were gone, Qin Ke ran to Qin Luo and hugged his thigh tightly. Feeling incomparably aggrieved, his voice changed as he said, “Little Uncle….”
Qin Luo rubbed Qin Ke’s head and squatted down, kissing the little guy’s forehead and said, “Scared? It’s all Uncle’s fault. I shouldn’t have brought you to such a secluded place to pee.”
The little guy just shook his head and pointed to Qin Luo’s arm that was scratched by the knife, his whole face showing distress. “Little Uncle’s bleeding and hurt… They’re all bad guys. Beat them to death….”
Qin Luo turned his head and looked at the wound on his arm. In fact, it was not a deep wound, yet due to the length, it looked exceptionally ferocious. Especially since when Qin Luo fought with the two men, he made big movements that caused the wound to burst open and spilled a lot of blood.
“Good boy, Little Uncle’s alright. The pain will go away if you just wrap it up a little bit.”
To assure the kid, Qin Luo then said that he was going to look for something from his space. He remembered that when Qin Ya and his wife were packing up their villa, he took away a large first-aid kit with him and stored it in his space. However, before he could take the things out, he heard the sound of a large number of footsteps coming from the corner of the paved path’s direction.
Qin Luo frowned. If his expectation was correct, then it should be the police.
He immediately picked Qin Ke up and quickly went out of the woods. At that precise moment he got out, he spotted several men holding guns had also rushed out from the corner. With a single glance at the posture they were using to hold their guns, Qin Luo determined that these people should be formally trained policemen. And the reason why he thought so was simple.
Although they were all dressed in plain clothes, their movements were particularly uniform. And rushing at the forefront of the group was a particularly vigorous man who looked relatively younger than the rest of his comrades. When this man saw Qin Luo had blood on his body, he immediately pointed a gun at him.
“Halt! Who are you?”
Really, if he hadn’t been holding Qin Ke with his unhurt hand – and worried that his other arm would be hurt further – Qin Luo would really have extended his middle finger at the man while swearing.
Was the man truly that stupid?
Did a criminal like that really exist in this world?
One who not only did not carry any murder weapons but also held a child while wounded, and THEN walked towards the police?