Chapter 198: Trade, Thousand Mile Soul Chaser (Part one)
Chapter 198: Trade, Thousand Mile Soul Chaser (Part one)
The laser scalpel precisely slipped through the crocodile’s cortex. Han easily removed the piece of the brain responsible for memory, and then closed the wound.
During the process of making fusion beasts, processing the brain tissues was the most difficult part. One had to maintain the beast’s biological characteristics, but also couldn’t have any instinctual memories, otherwise the fusion beast will target its owner.
Then it was the body reorganization process, installing whatever functional organs and limbs were necessary, depending on the fusion beast they wanted.
With this rare set of laser scalpels from prehistoric civilization, Han’s work had become a lot easier.
This set of laser scalpels was traded by Han with an enhanced version of the flying crocodile. He had seen Wuyun using the similar tools, but unfortunately Wuyun only had one set himself, and he refused to give it to him in any case, so Han had been using ionizing surgical tools.
Compared to the advanced laser surgery tool, the ionization tool was clumsy and inefficient. Now that Han also received a set of tools similar to Wuyun’s, his work efficiency also improved to a surprising level.
Not only the laser scalpel, but even the electrodes used to activate neurons were also replaced by a new model. Controlled by Yuan Yuan on the side, the electrode went deep into the nervous system, reconnecting the damaged nerves inside and then reactivating the whole body.
The freckled face girl came to Han’s tent and looked from the side. Towards the robot Yuan Yuan, she was not surprised at all. After all, she was a member of the dark net and had already gotten used to all sorts of illegal transactions. It was possible that she dealt in more distasteful things than Han.
This wasn’t her first time visiting Han anymore. Han already knew, this girl was called Xiao Man. She and that boy named Ting Bu were the two people responsible for the selection of genetic biology experts. Of course, these were just fake names, and they also didn’t like to be called representatives of the dark net, but rather dark protectors.
Han was very focused when working. Although he knew that Xiao Man was beside him, he didn’t plan to stop his work to talk to her.
After putting the finished work aside, Han began processing the last order. It was a customized miniature fusion beast, with a white star mouse as the main body, combined with the venomous fangs of star snakes, to create a frightening little thing.
When producing the 4 meters long flying crocodiles, Han was moving all over the place, and blood splashed on the operating table. At this moment, as if he was holding a sewing needle in his hand, Han sat beside the operation table with a pair of electron microscope glasses on and carved fine details onto the fusion beast.
Compared to the production of large-scale fusion beasts, small sized ones were more troublesome. Luckily Han’s laser scalpel could be adjusted. He tuned the knife to an extremely weak strength as he accurately opened up the star mouse’s head and processed it.
About two hours later, the custom-made little guy was complete. This was a terrifying little mouse with two venomous teeth and a snakeskin that could camouflage by changing colors, capable of quickly climbing trees and digging holes.
No one would expect a fatality to come from a bite of this mouse. Even without the fangs, the little mouse could also use its sharp claws to tear open the enemy’s chest, drill into the body and mess everything up.
Xiao Man clapped and cheered, “Wonderful! You are the fastest and most accurate genetic biology expert I’ve ever seen. Now the fusion beasts you made are all selling like crazy, 90% of the people in the entire camp all wanted to buy one from you.”
Han didn’t look back at Xiao Man. He continued to carefully check all the fusion beasts he made today, making sure that there was no problem. Then he took off his gloves, cleaned his tool, and then stored everything back into Lunar Mark.
“Do you need me for anything?” Han looked up and asked.
Towards Han’s cold attitude, Xiao Man was already used to it. Han seemed to not like the dark net’s people, but that’s understandable, now that Han was like someone who was imprisoned. It’s difficult for him to become interested in prison guards like Xiao Man.
“Yep, the soldiers’ selection is going into the final stage, the selection of genetic biology experts is as well. Tomorrow you have to battle.” Xiao Man said.
Han frowned, “You personally came here to tell me this, I’m afraid that things aren’t so simple. Is there a problem?”
Xiao Man frowned, “Ting Bu doesn’t seem to like you and arranged a very powerful opponent for you. Supposedly we were recruiting more than one genetic biology expert. You and your opponent both are eligible to make the final list. But now he already submitted the battle orders, I can’t do anything about it anymore so I came here to tell you, be careful tomorrow.”
Han nodded, “I see, thanks.”
Then, he left the tent to go to the exchange center.
Xiao Man was a little depressed and whispered to herself, “Don’t worry, after becoming colleagues it will get better. Now he’s just a little angry.”
There had always been a trading market on campus, and now the fusion beasts Han made have become one of the most popular goods. Han also didn’t like people coming into his tent everyday, so he chose the trading market.
The trading market was a tent itself. Walking in, its space was not smaller than any large markets. As the trials progressed into the second half, things got more and more intense. The people that wanted to survive were keen about coming here to trade for things they needed.
Soldiers needed drugs, buying them from pharmacists. Pharmacists needed raw materials, buying them from soldiers. Thus a small business cycle was formed.
Han’s appearance caused the market to boil.