What the hell! Why is this dog prince so useless? Didn’t he walk so well before? Now he knows how to pretend to be disabled when he is in danger? It’s too deep into the play!

Wen Chi was desperate, while pretending to look around, he took a peek from the corner of his eyes. 

He found that there was really more than one person following them and just now he only had the feeling that he was being watched but now he could already sense these people were following them – those people were tall and thin, ordinary-looking men, uniformly wearing dark clothes.
They did not seem to hide their intention and their sinister eyes were staring straight at Wen Chi and Shi Ye and gradually approaching them.

Fortunately, they were in a marketplace so these people still don’t dare to do anything too conspicuous.

Wen Chi quickly retracted his gaze and pushed the wheelchair forward at a quicker pace.
It was the first time he experienced this kind of thing and his voice trembled with fright and even called out Shi Ye’s name directly: “Shi Ye, what should I do? They seem to be catching up!”

Shi Ye’s voice also sank: “Go back to the restaurant.”

Wen Chi said yes and pushed the wheelchair and jogged up.

The people who saw their intention to escape and they actually quickened their space.
They are after all, not ordinary people who do not know martial arts, running silently, as fast as they can and almost in the blink of an eye, they encircled Wen Chi and Shi Ye from all sides.

Seeing those people getting closer and closer, Wen Chi’s breath became more and more rapid.

He was completely panicking and didn’t know what to do next.

Obviously, these people took the opportunity when Shi Ye was alone by his side and judging from the behavior of these people, they seemed to be planning to make a move right here at the marketplace.

If they really start to fight, Wen Chi may not be able to beat even one of them, let alone fight a dozen of them at once.

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While panting Wen Chi slowly stopped.
Out of the corner of his eye, he caught a glimpse of an alley where he might be able to escape—if no one around was willing to help them.

At this time, Shi Ye suddenly said, “Go back to the restaurant first.”

Wen Chi was surprised: “What?”

Shi Ye said, “Go back to the restaurant to find Zhu Xian first and have Zhu Xian bring someone to find me.”

Wen Chi said anxiously, “What about you?”

Shi Ye said calmly: “I’ll be fine.”

Wen Chi said: “But there are so many of them, you won’t be able to escape.”

“They won’t touch me for now,” Shi Ye looked back at Wen Chi, the black half-face mask and the cold white complexion formed a strong contrast.
There seemed to be some inexplicable feeling in his eyes but unfortunately it was fleeting, “If you also get caught, who is going to find Zhu Xian?”

Wen Chi was stunned for a moment.
He thought about it carefully and found that Shi Ye’s words made sense.

“Then I’ll go first.” Wen Chi is an obedient person.
Since Shi Ye said so, he had to do it.
“Wait for me, I will definitely find someone to save you!”

Wen Chi had already run a long way before his words fell.

He found the alley he had just noticed and ran into it.

Fortunately, the original owner was quite familiar with this place.
With the help of the original owner’s memory, Wen Chi didn’t have to spend much effort to figure out the route back to the restaurant in his mind.

It should take less than a stick of incense1.
As long as he runs fast, he might be able to rescue Shi Ye from those people soon.

But Wen Chi never imagined that before he could run any further, his legs suddenly froze.

This familiar feeling…

A sense of despair arose, Wen Chi widened his eyes in shock and then his legs ran back uncontrollably.

Not far away, Shi Ye was already surrounded by those people.
Shi Ye looked at them blankly, without even a flicker in his eyes.
But when he turned his head and saw Wen Chi rushing back, a numb expression turned into an undisguised surprise and amazement.
He looks at Wen Chi as if he had seen a ghost.

Wen Chi ran very fast and made a clattering sound when stepping on the ground.

The people who surrounded Shi Ye heard footsteps and looked back one after another.

Taking this opportunity, Wen Chi squeezed over, grabbed the handle of the wheelchair and ran wildly again, as if his legs had an engine in it, he ran like hell.

Those behind them were frozen for a moment before they reacted and immediately chased after them.

The originally lively market became chaotic under their chasing battle.
The screams came one after another and passersby fled to both sides in panic.

Wen Chi originally wanted to find a shop or a restaurant to hide but after seeing the passers-by’s actions as if to avoid the plague, he changed his mind and went into an alley nearby.

While flipping through the memory of the original owner’s in his mind, he pushed the wheelchair around in the crisscross alleys.

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The wind blew in his ears, mixed with Shi Ye’s speechless voice: “What are you crying for?”

Wen Chi burst into tears: “WUuuuuuuu…”

Shi Ye: “Didn’t you leave? Why did you come back?”

Wen Chi cried and hiccupped: “I couldn’t leave! I couldn’t leave without you!”

Shi Ye: “…”




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