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Mo Liu Gui’s memories returned entirely.
At the same time, the world that Mo Liu Gui and the system had tampered with had reverted back to its original route, completely reviving the true consciousness of this world.
Although the formal world was able to bring Mo Di back, its power was still suppressed by the tampered world’s consciousness. It was only at this moment that it had fully recovered.
When Mo Liu Gui was busy smashing the stuff in her room, the people who had been mesmerized under the effect of her halo regained their senses one by one.
Even though they did not know as much as Mo Liu Gui did, did not know that she was a transmigrator, did not know that there was a system, did not know about their past lives, but their logic had returned.
Qin Cheng Yi’s face in prison was as nasty as though he had eaten sh*t.
Despite the fact that he had been crazy over Mo Liu Gui, his true nature was cruel and violent with a disregard for the law as well as human lives. Thinking back to all the things he did for Mo Liu Gui as if he was under a curse, he simply wanted to tear her up!
That rubbish woman must’ve used jiang tou on him!!!
(TN: something like an asian version of voodoo)
Qin Cheng Yi kicked the metal railings of his cell with inconsolable rage. Unfortunately, the noise had disturbed the other inmates, all of whom were psychopathic killers with a complete lack of empathy. They gathered around Qin Cheng Yi and gave him a merciless beating.
Because his cell had been given ‘special privileges’ kindly sponsored by Mu Tian Heng, neither the guards nor the inmates were moved by his bribes.
Qin Cheng Yi had blood all over his face and his eyes were burning with a grudge. He wanted to kill these people as well as Mu Tian Heng and Mo Di!
Of course he hated the bitch who had put him under her curse, but the ones he hated the most were still Mu Tian Heng and Mo Di!
Qin Cheng Yi wanted to turn them all into human sticks and Mo Liu Gui was on top of that list.
Ironically, Mo Liu Gui in the mental hospital had no idea that Qin Cheng Yi had come to hate her so. She was even planning ways to punish him for failing her, she definitely would not be soft hearted!
It had to be said that Mo Liu Gui could really dream.
On the other hand, the Mo family had also felt a sudden paradigm shift.
As Mo Liu Gui’s mother, Ruan Qing Dan really did love her daughter. The love she gave her all these years was not superficial. Even when the eldest and second aunts were cursing at Mo Liu Gui, she still insisted that her darling daughter was innocent.
Towards Mo Di, she only felt a little regret for treating him that way. After all, he was also her own blood. But in no way was she guilt-stricken at the thought of Mo Di because Ruan Qing Dan was exactly how she had raised Mo Liu Gui, selfish and prejudiced. Now that her life was a living hell, wasn’t it all thanks to Mu Tian Heng and Mo Di? So despite regretting that she should’ve treated him better, she hated him for being a heartless beast who could mercilessly destroy his mother’s life!
Mo Shi Hong was the same. Although he knew he shouldn’t have treated Mo Di as such, he still couldn’t help hating him. He did not have any fatherly bond with Mo Di and could only see him as less important than himself.
But compared to Ruan Qing Dan, Mo Shi Hong’s love for Mo Liu Gui had now subsided. He was beginning to develop a sense of aversion towards the daughter that he once loved beyond all sense.
As for the second aunt and the others, they couldn’t wait to skin Mo Liu Gui alive. To them, she was now a witch who had condemned them to hell!!
These people used to hate Mo Di with every fiber in their body but now, that position belonged to Mo Liu Gui. Although they regretted mistreating him, they still hated him for making them suffer.
Amongst them, only Mo San Zhi had kept his calm and did not show any signs of anguish. Even when his mother cursed and swore at Mo Liu Gui and Mo Di while admonishing him and his brothers for defending her all these years, there was no change in his expression.
He quietly went to the guards and told them that he would like to complete some additional tasks for the day.
It seemed Mo San Zhi was the only one who had gotten back his memories from their last life.
So looking at his parents and elderlies throwing abuses at Mo Di, he could not empathize with them. Towards Mo Di, he only had remorse and not a bit of hate.
He could vividly remember the later part of his last life and how Mo Di had suffered. It was many times more painful than what any of them had been through. And there was no one to share his tortures nor was he given any choices.
He could vaguely remember how the whole family had come together at dinner and discussed Mo Di’s torture plan. They ate and drank while boasting how they would teach Mo Di a lesson through ‘creative’ means.
As such, none of them were innocent.
Mo San Zhi knew all their sufferings were justly deserving; rather than being revenged upon, it was more apt to say that they were receiving their retribution.
After all, didn’t that sister of his say in the video evidence about a previous life? She had most likely regained her memories… So Mo Di was probably the same.
Otherwise, how could there be such a big difference in outcome?
Maybe because the spell had been lifted, the memories of Mo Di had become clearer in his mind.
He often reminisced about their childhood. In fact, Mo Di had always been an obedient little brother. When he was just a small child, he would tag behind them with his short legs. Because he had been despised from the day he was born, he had always wished that they would come to accept him. He would often use his hard-earned pocket money to buy gifts in hopes to please them. Oftentimes, he would unconditionally serve them drinks and food. Whenever he had heard a joke from his kindergarten, he would treat it like treasure and try to make them laugh.
But how did they treat this little brother?
They had kicked him and told him to scram.
When Mo Di was a little older, the beatings they gave him increased and eventually became too many to count. Once, it had almost crippled his leg. Thinking back, he was really barbaric.
How much they had pampered Mo Liu Gui was how much they had tortured Mo Di. The moment that she was unhappy, regardless if it was Mo Di’s fault or not, they would all pin it on him, claiming that it was he who had made her upset.
The countless punches and kicks they threw at him, the outrageous scoldings, and finally forcing him into the asylum where he was inflicted with endless torture….
None of them were innocent, their current miserable state was well deserved!
In his last life, his older brother had taken his kidney and let him die on the operating table. Maybe that was a small redemption so he could remember the past which had allowed him to stop hating this little brother.
At the same time, he had one more regret.
He regretted how he had treated Song Yu.
He had always been a coward and also a hypocrite. But he did sincerely like Song Yu.
In the beginning, he had deceived Song Yu into becoming his closet lover and after he died, he dared not reveal that Song Yu was a man. He even used that as a stepping stone for his career. Thinking back, he was truly despicable.
At that time, he was concerned about losing his inheritance but above all, he was scared that Mo Liu Gui would turn to hate him.
In his heart, Mo Liu Gui was not just a sister, she was a god. If his ‘god’ doesn’t like him, it was as though the sky was falling down on him.
And yet, in this life, after his secrets were exposed, in order to have his revenge, he had done unspeakable things. In conclusion, he was probably not a good person to begin with. The ‘spell’ only magnified his hypocrisy and dark thoughts. So no matter what, he was not innocent and could never be compatible with Song Yu.
Song Yu must be a lot happier now. There were sure to be suitors attracted to him and they would all treat him right, unlike a coward like himself.
As for his little brother, he also hoped that Mu Tian Heng would always be good to him and if possible, it would be better for him to forget his past life. After all, what he had been through was not meant for anyone to experience, even if it existed only in memories, it was still a form of torture.