filled with disbelief.

“Nah, this must be staged, right?”

“I've never seen such a script before, it's really interesting.”

“It's definitely edited footage!”


Gu Yi didn't bother to explain anything to the live chat.
He held up his phone, aimed the camera at the mahagony door, and smiled as he opened it.

Outside the door was a scorched earth.

Upon closer inspection, it was clearly the city's southern dock, where a big fire broke out two nights ago, and the firefighters had been battled it for a day and night.

At this moment, TV reporters were still on-site, conducting interviews.

Gu Yi moved to the back of their camera while holding up his phone, making exaggerated funny faces.

“Fuck? Isn't that a TV reporter?”

“The clown is really at the scene, on live TV!”

“Is this guy really a magician?”

Gu Yi's live stream was suddenly flooded with a large number of viewers, and the barrage completely covered his face.

Gu Yi burst into laughter.

The admiration of the viewers filled him with power.

No wonder the rules of the clown mentioned that he must have an audience.
The more people admired and liked him, the more weird powers he could use.

The cameraman and the reporters obviously noticed Gu Yi causing trouble, and they all turned their heads away.

Gu Yi once again reached into his pants, and after some exaggerated fumbling, he pulled out a hemp rope as thick as an arm.

The reporter, holding the microphone, forgot about the interview and just stared blankly at Gu Yi.

“Why can he pull out such a big thing from his pants?”

“I have no idea.”

Gu Yi kept an exaggerated smile on his face, squatting on the ground and tying the hemp rope into a lasso.
He swung the rope like a cowboy, creating a whirlwind.


The female reporter lost her footing and was blown away by the whirlwind.

The cameraman, being larger in size, quickly reached out and pulled the female reporter behind the adjacent shipping container as the whirlwind continued.

The container shook vigorously from the impact of the whirlwind.

The reporter and the cameraman exchanged glances.

“It's a monster! Let's get out of here!”

“Run? Run where? This is such a great news story! We'll be famous if we report this!”

“You can't even stand steadily, what can you report?!”

“Well, you can stand, right? Film it for me first, we're live now, what a great opportunity!”

The reporter promptly pushed the cameraman out.

Stabilizing himself, the cameraman aimed the camera at Gu Yi.

Gu Yi's exaggerated laughter echoed throughout the dock as he forcefully threw the hemp rope towards the largest shipping container in the middle of the dock.


The lasso caught the container.

Gu Yi gave it a strong tug.

The massive container was lifted off the ground and casually thrown into the sea.

The waves surged, splashing onto the dock like pouring rain.

The reporter's hair and clothes were drenched, but she excitedly stood in front of the camera, holding the microphone, and explained the situation to all the viewers.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I'm currently at the city's southern dock, and we've encountered a superhuman here! He's incredibly strong, possessing all sorts of magical abilities, just like a character from a movie.
He's like—ah!”

The reporter's words were cut short as she suddenly felt her feet leaving the ground.

She turned her head and saw that Gu Yi was holding her with one hand and the cameraman with the other, and they were now standing where the shipping container had been before.

There was a straight downward staircase.

Even though it was daytime, the bottom was pitch-black, sending shivers down their spines.


Gu Yi grinned and handed his selfie stick to the reporter, nodding gently.

The reporter looked down and realized that Gu Yi was live-streaming with his phone.

At this moment, the barrage had become a chaotic mess, with a dense array of messages making it hard to distinguish what everyone was saying.

“Are you asking me to film for you?”

Gu Yi nodded and gave a brilliant smile.

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