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The Grand Xmas Feast.
Despite his conviction to do everything by himself towards the end, Jin had to admit to himself that he was not able to do it alone. Not even his Another Jins were enough to make up for the overall lack of time and preparation.
Thus, he ended up seeking help from Lynn and Qiu Yue a few days before Christmas. Upon learning the gist of his plan, they gladly rendered their a.s.sistance.
When Jin mentioned that he was going to prepare a feast for all of his minions, Lynn nearly fainted by the sound of it. He was not catering to dozens of minions but thousands of them!
The Orcs were the largest number, followed by zombies and subsequently the contracted goblins. Speaking about the contracted goblins, after a month of their work (in Jin’s Earth time) Qiu Yue finally revealed the truth of the ‘Masked Humanoid’s’ Origin.
It was so that they could make a more informed choice on whether they wished to stay after their contract would expire to work for the Dungeon City Fortress or return back to the Goblin World.
Most of them eventually agreed to stay along with Jin, given that the promise to bring their family members was still valid. The remaining decided not to work with Jin and agreed to a simple brain wipe and return to their original lives. Qiu Yue informed them that were free to contact her anytime in case they changed their mind one way or the other before their contract ended.
However, not all was lost for the ones returning to back to the Goblin World once they would finish their contract that was an equivalent of Three ‘Goblin Years”.
The ‘brainwas.h.i.+ng’ which would eventually be conducted by Kraft was not a full wipe, but only certain details would be erased or tampered with (like the time difference) to ensure that the goblins who had restricted access would not have the knowledge to change the current Goblin World.
Going one step further, should they wish to ever return to the System’s contract, all they had to do was to seek out for the Dungeon Cave Town that Jin had finally maintained a presence in that area. (Especially since Jin always welcomed more help.)
Back to the planning of the Christmas Feast, Qiu Yue had a.s.sisted by sealing one of the industrial buildings in Industry Sector 5 and started pumping out the mandatory door gifts for the minions. It was a customised miniature model size of themselves which had their names carved at the base of all those models.
Jin felt this gift was personalised and showed them that they are not just insignificant workers for the System despite the number of minions under him. Qiu Yue believed the same but was worried about the cost that he would incur making these door gifts. (Because this was just the start! Jin had modestly prepared other things as presents for all of his minions.)
“Well, you said that Rei’s debt was worth 2 days of our gross profit. What is another week’s worth of gross profit to our already hardworking minions?” Jin argued back to Qiu Yue, and she rolled her eyes. The Red Panda Cultivator was rendered speechless when Jin, who had grumbled about their loss of money not too long ago, used this sort of argument back at her.
As for the Feast itself, Jin personally went out hunting with Lynn in the Giant World. It was a great opportunity to personally take a look over the situation in that place too.
He finally met up with the Penguin Village where Lynn’s peggies came from, and they gave him tips on where the largest possible Giant Monsters should be located at. (But before that, the penguins purposely made Lynn and Jin stayed for a tea with the Elders.)
But all was not a waste of time. Chieftain Skitter and Elder Colwaski had told them about the possible Giant Monsters that were in the vicinity as well as their habits and tracks, so the two System Users could be on alert when searching for those Giants.
“You sure you can do it yourself?” Lynn asked, and Jin smirked at her when they reached the said location after their tea session.
“I am not as confident without my minions and bellators. Feels strange and unusual doing it all by ourselves.” Jin replied as he took a suitcase which contained a customised Gearbox Suit out.
“But I’ve been working on something that might potentially aid us in the Mecha World.” He then pa.s.sed the suitcase to Lynn and asked her to wear the Gearbox Suit.
“Wait, what? You want me to wear it now? Don’t I have to strip or something?” Lynn asked with a blush appearing on her face as she saw the suit and Jin laughed, shaking his head furiously.
“You don’t have to do that!” Just put it close to your body, and it will do the rest!” Jin said and a.s.sisted Lynn to put on the Gearbox Suit. The moment a piece of the Gearbox Suit attached to her chest, the rest crawled all around her body, fitting a base metallic skeletal support for the entire body.
Jin also brought out his own suit and quickly wore it. “System, any Salamanders in sight?” Jin asked, hoping that Edwardio, the Salamander Guard managed to divert their attention away.
“At present, Edwardio has successfully convinced a majority of the forces to look outside the city for the mysterious teleporting Panda. To make it more convincing, the System had Yun place a one way portal in the middle of a deserted district to lure them.”
“From time to time a simulation image of the Panda appears there before disappearing again.” The System reported that it had teleported those salamanders who used the portal to city outskirts, providing them difficulty to return back to the castle.
“That’s great. While I do not wish to have all eyes watching what we do, it’s ironically the best way to attract the attention of those hiding. If you find traces of species other than the Salamanders in our vicinity, do give us a shout out as well. I still prefer Hamatarou to rescue those villagers before any harm is done to them.” Jin knew that he contradicted himself, but sometimes, he had to be attention grabbing to get things done.
At that point, Jin and Lynn went into a deserted house to the location which the penguins had recommended. They would use the house as a site to ambush their ‘prey’. Thus, Jin began preparations by using his phone to press a few options, and suddenly a large portal emerged out from the bottom of the floor.
He told Lynn that her job would be vital in luring the giant wildlife into the house so he could engage it. However, Lynn was more than a bit curious if Jin was really capable of holding himself out. (She also wondered if Jin wanted to use that particular large portal on the ground as a way to capture the monsters.)
Because if that was true, she tried to let Jin know that those monsters are at least intelligent enough to not fall into that trap unless he manages to summon it instantly underneath its feet.
Still, it would require something more prominent than the size of the portal she saw. Yet, Jin somehow managed to overturn her expectations.
From the portal, out came a …Mecha.
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