Raised by Monster Royalty - Chapter 1.1
Empire, Milu Pet Shop.
At the door of the store, an extremely low-key black maglev sports car slowly stopped.
A few seconds later, the door opened.
A long leg wearing leather boots stepped out of the car.
The staff of the pet shop in white aprons immediately surrounded him.
These people had various horns or ears on their heads, and almost everyone had a tail hanging down obediently behind them.
The head pet shop manager, with two sheep horns on both sides of his head, wore thick round glasses. His ears under the horns trembled, looking a little scared.
“…Commander Gu.” He bent down, his hoarse voice trembling along with his ears, “It’s ready for you.”
Gu Mingyuan pinched the center of his brows with a coat on one arm, showing a little tired look.
“I told you.” He looked around, “No special preparation is required.”
His posture looked very casual, but the sense of oppression was there and the manager of the Bighorn Sheep almost uttered a “baa” in surprise.
The store manager didn’t dare to say anything but just nodded his head repeatedly.
Gu Mingyuan didn’t say anymore and walked into the pet shop.
On this topsy-turvy planet, orcs had been living at the top of the food chain as rulers for thousands of years.
They lit the first fire and walked through the Stone Age, Iron Age, Steam Age, Electric Age, and Information Age.
With the rapid development of science and technology, they gradually entered an interstellar era.
The development and scramble for cosmic resources sparked war again and again.
Today, although the empire was still standing as the largest country on the planet, it was still in constant friction with the surrounding asteroids.
Some time ago, the Imperial Exploration Army led by Gu Mingyuan discovered and occupied a new type of energy star, causing a sensation universe-wide.
As the commander of the Exploration Army, Gu Mingyuan chose to retreat bravely——
The “reward” he wanted was actually a long vacation with no deadline, and the opportunity to further study at Capital University.
When Mu Le slowly woke up from a deep sleep, she discovered something very bad.
…Her arms and legs were crushed and numb.
She had slept for an indeterminate period of time.
It took Mu Le a long time to recover from the state where her mind was full of black and white screens and “f*ck f*ck f*ck”.
The arm pressed under her head seemed to be pricked by many small needles, which made her very uncomfortable.
While shaking her wrist, she carefully looked at the surrounding environment.
She really didn’t expect that she would encounter such a thing as human trafficking.
She didn’t know if it were good news or bad news.
The cage in which she was kept looked very high-end, definitely not the kind that would be sold in the mountains.
Mu Le found that the material of the cage was smooth and hard to the touch, with fine ventilation holes around it, and only a little light penetrated in, making it hard for her to see anything clearly.
She squinted her eyes and carefully groped for the ventilation holes.
Caught off guard.
The ventilation holes under the palm of her hand suddenly joined together, turning into bigger round holes.
Mu Le’s arm stretched out of the round hole without any defense——
The small palm pressed against a hard leather buckle.
So, the scary thing was the sudden silence.
It was only at this time that Mu Le realized that her palm seemed surprisingly small.
She seemed to have turned into an eight-year-old kid who just started elementary school.
The sudden light and this phenomenon that could not be explained by science made Mu Le’s mind go blank.
She subconsciously picked the leather buckle in her hand.
……… Almost pulled Gu Mingyuan’s waistband off.
The onlookers were also stunned, and the bighorn sheep store manager was so frightened that both thick horns began to tremble.
Not a single orc dared to make a sound.
Gu Mingyuan was also stunned.
He heard that the pets staying here were all carefully selected, and all of them were cute and smart.
And while not being aggressive, they also had tenacious vitality. As long as they were fed normally, they would not die.
…However, the thin arm pressed against his belt was white, tender, and soft.
No matter how he looked at it, it didn’t seem to have tenacious vitality.
Gu Mingyuan slowed down his movements as much as possible and gently hooked the little hand with his fingers.
Before Mu Le realized what happened, she squinted her eyes, only feeling as if she had grabbed someone’s finger.
They were both thick.
…When this strange adjective got into her head, Mu Le blushed involuntarily.
The top of the smart pet cage had also turned into larger round holes so that those who were choosing pets could take a closer look at the pet’s whole picture.
Gu Mingyuan saw a little doll wearing flaxen-colored loose clothes.
White and soft, like a little ball of dough.
The hair on the top of her head was messy, her eyes were squinted, and her round face was pink and tender.
As round as a kneaded ball of dough before it became bread.
“What…animal is this?” Gu Mingyuan asked.
She looked very much like an orc’s cub, except that she had no horns, and her ears were of a strange shape. She didn’t even have fur or scales.
From the looks of it, she didn’t have sharp teeth either.