The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love

颓An internet troll who wanted attention, the reader criticized his favorite web novel, saying: “The protagonist is dumb and the author is stupid.”Author: “… Got it.”Unfortunately for him, the author actually listened to his (troll) feedback. The formerly lighthearted tale of a cute harem master suddenly became super dark and edgy. The reader could only helplessly look on as the the protagonist was abused and betrayed, finally embarking on the road to becoming completely evil. Everything was a mess!After that the reader transmigrated into a strange world. How come the person in front of him looks like the protagonist (evil undead version)? Just what is going on?!Note: Du Zhe (读者 meaning Reader) and Du Ze (杜泽 the character’s name) sound almost the same

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Chapter 96 – The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love

xiu duze

Extra 3: Devil’s Proof

“Do you know that boy from computer class?”

“You mean …?”

“Seems to be called Du … something? Du Ze? I think his name is Du Ze.”

“Oh, him! Yes, of course, I know about him. I heard that his hearing is bad and that’s he’s a freak who’s always talking to himself or doing strange stuff. The people in his class aren’t close to him.”

“Do you know why? My friend is in the same class as him and he told me a secret. In fact, that boy seems to be able to see unusual things.”

“Unusual? … You mean he’s psychic?”

“Bingo! That guy is always ‘talking to himself’ so people always avoid him since there are ‘unusual phenomenon’ around him.”

“Do you really believe those rumors?”

“It’s not a rumor! Did you know that last week, the people from the Chinese World Trade Center threw an iron disk and broke a window? Du Ze was sitting beside that window but he wasn’t hurt at all.”

“So miraculous!”


Du Ze listened to the conversation between the two boys in the hallway and looked at the person who had turned him into a campus myth.

Noting Du Ze’s gaze, Xiu smiled and asked, “What’s wrong?

Du Ze shook his head then suddenly realized that this one of those things that made people say he was “doing strange stuff.” He froze.

Since he began going to school, Xiu has invisibly followed him. Others can’t see Xiu but instinctively avoid the place where Xiu is, thus creating a lot of strange rumors. A silly, cute person thought that the students who saw him right now would only see a person shaking his head at nothing. They would think that this person forgot to take his meds today; what a fool!

Du Ze was right – shaking his head at nothing had called attention to him.

“You there – the one sitting by the window.” The advanced mathematics teacher rapped his knuckles on the podium. “You’re shaking your head, do you have a problem with what I just said?”

The whole class turned their heads to watch as the black-haired youth silently stood up, his face impassive. The teacher’s brow wrinkled as got ready to teach this boy a lesson, but before he could do so, he stopped – he seemed to feel that danger was near, as though a beast was eyeing him. Suddenly weak at the knees, the teacher leaned on the podium and smiled dryly: “Fine, sit down, sit down.”

Du Ze had half-lowered his body when he stopped abruptly.

“Xiu …!” Du Ze silently mouthed the beastkin’s name. Just as Du Ze was about to sit down, Xiu slid behind him and sat down on the chair. Now, if Du Ze sat down, he would be sitting on Xiu’s lap.

Xiu reached out to embrace Du Ze. In order to not stand out too much, Du Ze was forced to half sit down on the beastkin’s lap. Since he was seated at the last row, it wasn’t too obvious.

Put me down.

Xiu glanced at Du Ze’s note. Not only did he not put Du Ze down, but the beastkin wrapped his tail around Du Ze’s arm.

“Listening to him is too boring.” Xiu stroked the back of Du Ze’s neck. “Why don’t we do something interesting?”

“I’m in class.”

“Let’s leave and I’ll teach you instead.” Xiu said indifferently: “Yesterday I changed into my human form. These things are not difficult to learn.”

— Hey, don’t carelessly pull aggro! All the students who have failed advanced mathematics will hate you for casually saying such an outrageous statement!

“Or I can give you the answers to the exams.”

… No, don’t shamelessly tempt me this way. The worst thing about it is that he almost wanted to give in!

Du Ze could only watch helplessly as Xiu used his tail to close his book. The beastkin’s hands went under Du Ze’s shirt and started caressing his bare skin.

“You don’t have to move.” Xiu licked Du Ze’s ears. “Just feel me.”

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“… !”

Du Ze leaned over the table and covered his face with his arms lest he should reveal any strange expressions or make any strange noises. Fortunately, Xiu didn’t go too far. He just hugged, kissed, licked, and bit Du Ze but he didn’t leave any obvious traces.

Ah, Moe Lord! QAQ

“Du Ze, didn’t you sleep last night? Is that why you’re lying on the table?” The classmate who came to collect the student’s homework asked.

Du Ze’s seemingly icy, sad gaze shifted sideways. “… I didn’t sleep well.”

That’s the truth.

“I can see that.” His classmate was very understanding and nodded. “Was it because of the mosquitos? The back of your neck is full of red marks.”

Du Ze instinctively rubbed the back of his neck. The gnome behind him chuckled and Du Ze’s ears turned red.

After thinking about it carefully, Du Ze decided to put forward a small, uh, suggestion to Xiu.

“Make myself visible?” Xiu asked.

Du Ze nodded solemnly. He was “punished” by the Moe Lord who was dissatisfied with his distraction. However, when Xiu is visible to others, he can’t do such things to him in public. Another advantage is that Xiu won’t be able to use most of his forms. The beastkin, gnome, elf and dragon forms would have to use some sort of disguise to hide their features while the demon and angel can hardly show themselves at all. In short, only the human and undead forms are convenient to show to others.

Xiu in his human form is quite gentle while the undead form doesn’t bully him so this plan is perfect –

“A ghost!”

A silly, cute reader had completely forgotten the deadly effect of his family’s Moe Lord’s gorgeous appearance. Yi Ye Zhi Qiu had made his protagonist the type whose looks are like a weapon of mass destruction. When Du Ze and a blond youth who was wearing casual clothes went to the next class upstairs, a silly, cute person found that the way was blocked by a huge crowd of people.

“Hello, which course are you taking?”

“Do you want to be my friend? Here are my contact details!”

“… Ah! I’ve seen you in my dreams!”

Du Ze stared at the young man who was looking at Xiu with an expression of excitement on his face – yes, it was a man who declared that Xiu was his dream lover.

Has the Moe Lord’s charisma reached the point where both men and women can’t resist his charms?

Xiu did not speak as he pulled Du Ze away from the crowd. No one dared to block the footsteps of the blond youth.

Even as they walked away, Du Ze could still hear the young man shouting, “I really saw you – weren’t you looking for someone called ‘Du Ze’?”


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Du Ze looked at Xiu in shock. Xiu smiled at Du Ze and admitted: “Well, he did see me – I summoned him.”


*** You are reading on ***