MGCH Chapter 873

Translator: TheWhiteBook

Proofreader/editor: Piper


Your Majesty The Merfolk, Hello (43)


She could also breathe and was even able to open her eyes in the sea water, she couldn’t feel the water pressure at all.

Bai Weiwei blinked, clearly being in the water was as comfortable as being on land.

Just eating a colorful pearl could create this effect?

Wake took her out of the cave and deep in the sea where there were all kinds of fish.

There were also hordes of sharks above them, but as soon as Wake arrived, the sharks fled in terror.

Wake ignored this. He held her with his strong body, his exquisite tail breaking through the pressure of the sea.

He kept swimming deeper.

It was getting even darker.

The sunlight gradually drifted away from them.

Bai Weiwei faintly saw something that made her scalp suddenly go numb.

A huge underwater abyss appeared. The depths were horrifyingly dark and bottomless, as if it went down to hell.

Bai Weiwei couldn’t prevent her deviant hands from holding Wake, aware for the first time that she had a deep-sea phobia.

Wake noticed her trembling. He looked down and saw her face placed against his chest with her eyes were tightly closed. This feeling of dependence made his eyes deepen.

He softly sang a few melodies.

Causing huge, white jellyfish to start glowing in the cold, dark sea.

They appeared in groups.

Like a night full of fireflies would look on land.

A strange and dreamy beauty.

He whispered, “Weiwei.”

This name, spoken in the human language, seemed gentle and smooth.

He held it in his mouth like he was afraid it would deform.

When Bai Weiwei opened her eyes, she saw the jellyfish glowing in the sea.

It was the first time she saw such beautiful underwater scenery.

The abyss no longer seemed so frightening.

The entirety of the underwater depths was packed with the white jellyfish’s glow.

Wake’s cold, delicate face couldn’t help but show a hint of a doting smile.

He gently stroked her hair. Then he accelerated his swimming speed, and dove straight into the abyss.

Bai Weiwei didn’t know how long he swam before a strange underwater world was finally revealed.

Countless strangely shaped fish swam all around in groups.

And beneath the schools of fish, a huge city appeared.

Unlike human cities, it looked colorful and the buildings were made of coral reef stone.

The structures were also round, flat, tall, and in any shape.

Wake had just been swimming normally when a large group of merfolk with tails of every color came forward in a vast and rapid rush.

Their leader appeared a little old, with long, gray hair, and a wrinkled face.

He looked at Wake with an ecstatic expression.

Then immediately bowed his head, and outstretched his hands in a gesture of surrender.

All the merfolks followed him to surrender in an instant.

Wake’s expression was aloof, he was like a lofty emperor whose every word was a command.

Merfolk language: “Prepare the best black magus, I’m going to marry.”

The leader raised his head in shock, and looked at the person in his arms.

Human?

He said with pursed lips, “Your Majesty, this is a human.”

Wake’s thin lips slowly evoked an icy smile that was sharp as a knife.

He stared at the leader incredibly coldly.

The majestic pressure of the merfolk king made them all instinctively shudder.

If Wake asked them to die at that moment, they could only submit to his orders and immediately commit suicide.

Everyone trembled and didn’t dare to look up at him.

Wake softly spat out a single word, “Roll.”

Everyone turned around and sped away.

Wake took Bai Weiwei into the city.

Then he placed her in a super large pearl oyster, and struggled to say in human speech, “Wait for me.”


Piper: I’m all picturing a Sci-fi city, but it’s underwater and made up of colored coral. Why the heck haven’t we imagined all merfolk cities to look like that?


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3 thoughts on “MGCH Chapter 873

  1. Think about it.
    From the merfolks’ perspective, the day started out like any other, then bam! Suddenly there’s a person with the power to order their deaths for no reason.
    Not the best day, I’d imagine.

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