Raised by Monster Royalty - Chapter 1.2
The shop manager of the bighorn sheep cleared his throat and bleated again in a low voice before he could speak, “Ah, this is the busongnasiyingzoutamengqiaqiandaodonglunaogansuoshashangqiangguhuanchuimeibaimianhuguobohuilangqiaopangsujuezhema4chanpanqiaoaisuke *that we caught just a while ago.”
The store manager was so frightened that he lapsed into the sheep dialect.
*T/N random gibberish to us, something meaningful in the sheep dialect xD
It was said that Gu Mingyuan was a man with obsessive-compulsive disorder and a control freak to boot, and it was absolutely unacceptable for people to make such low-level mistakes around him…
At this time, Gu Mingyuan didn’t pay attention to what the bighorn sheep store manager said.
He showed an expression of disbelief, slowed down his voice, and repeated in a low voice. “Human… cub?”
Mu Le: “…”
…What were they talking about?
Strange, it sounded a bit like English and a bit like French.
She could barely understand a word.
Mu Le withdrew her hand, and looked at the group of…people in front of her with a little vigilance?
Gu Mingyuan only felt like a gust of wind, or someone’s feathers, brushed his fingers, circled around, and slipped away mischievously.
It was a wonderful and cute creature.
It seems that it was not too much to say that it was a rare animal in the legend.
“How much is this one?” He asked naturally.
The Bighorn Sheep store manager was shocked and tittered with a group of orcs behind him as if no one could make up their mind.
They just caught her and hadn’t had time to test her out yet.
It was really impossible for them to put a price on it for a while.
Gu Mingyuan only took a glance and understood the situation.
He touched the hidden button on the cage, and the circular holes spread out again, turning into small ventilation holes.
“I’ll take this cub home first.” Gu Mingyuan decided, “Load pet supplies onto the car.”
The bighorn sheep store manager quickly said, “Understood.”
Gu Mingyuan’s attitude made it clear that no matter how much money she was, he would take her away.
How dare they say anything more?
Although human cubs were absolutely valuable.
Maybe she could be used as a research sample, or even included in the Imperial Museum of Biological Sciences…
But Gu Mingyuan, the former commander of the Expeditionary Army, was also an ancient nobleman with a long history in the empire.
Even if it were the treasure of the town, if he wanted to take it back and hang it at home, no one dared to say “no”.
When Mu Le woke up again, the environment she was in had changed from a high-tech smart pet cage to a low-key and luxurious… nest.
Was it a nest?
Although fluffy and soft, this shape…
It was a nest.
Mu Le propped herself on the side of the plush nest and sat up.
She found that she was wearing a collar around her neck, and there was also a very delicate and beautiful chain around her ankle.
The room was very large and empty. The overall decoration was gray and black, very simple.
There was a big bed not far away.
But obviously, it wasn’t for her to sleep in .
…In other words, this room was not her room either.
A room that didn’t belong to her.
It’s hard to imagine what thoughts would pop up in the minds of ordinary people when encountering such a situation.
Anyway, as a professional fan comic author.
In Mu Le’s head, many pictures that often appear in fan works appeared in an instant.
She looked around the entire room.
There was a stark contrast between the frigid room and the flamboyant silver anklet.
The tall, abstinent, and forceful man went out, when he returned home, his desire for control continued to—
Mu Le discovered a blind spot.
This was not some passionate fan story, nor was there a CP in this scene.
It was her.
Imagination was fancy, but reality was hard and plain.
How could the sparks that sparked between the CPs she liked just happen to her so simply?
Maybe the tall and scary man bought her for fun and threw her away when she broke…
He was just playing, not playing badly.
And made her wash clothes, cook, and tidy up the house…
Huh? Was that what the metaphor was?
Like a tattered rag?
She always felt that something was wrong, but she couldn’t tell what was wrong.
The moment she was thinking, she heard a very slight sound.
Immediately afterward, the door of the room was opened.
Looking at the man slowly walking towards her, Mu Le suddenly remembered – the metaphor should be: like a rag doll.
…That’s right, no one would compare the heroine or demon to a rag.
And it reminded her of this matter.
It was Gu Mingyuan who was squatting in front of her now.
He actually held a rag doll in his hand.
Gu Mingyuan lowered his head slightly and stretched the plush doll in his hand toward Mu Le.
For a while, there were too many messy things in Mu Le’s mind.
She still didn’t know how to react.
Gu Mingyuan had no choice but to put the doll next to Mu Le’s nest.
During the tens of millions of years of the Empire’s development, there have been several times when lost humans came here.
Therefore, although human beings were a precious species at a legendary level, they still left some records in history.
For example, it was written in the Imperial Library’s “Miscellaneous Notes on Rare Beasts” that most creatures, like “humans,” like furry things.
There would be an instinctive mutual attraction between mammalian orcs and humans.
The most obvious one was the canine family. They were always easily attracted to humans and have a closer relationship with humans.
And many humans were inexplicably attracted to disdainful cats.
… When he read this.
Mr. Gu Mingyuan, who belonged to the reptile department, raised his hand and touched the little hard scales hidden under the hair on the back of his neck.
For the first time, he felt ashamed as an ancient dragon.