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What do you mean my cute disciples are Yanderes? – Chapter 696: There’s No National Problems At All Bahasa Indonesia


Guiying turned to regard Iris, “So… She’s a cosmic entity akin to the herald of the End Times?”

“I’d like to ask where you even get that reference from but no. Iris is basically the End of everything, even the End Times if she so chooses.”

“And little Cai Hong is a Dragon Goddess?”

I scrunched up my face, “Ehh… I suppose?”

“And Master is the creator of everything including Gods?”

“Pretty much.”

“So it’s true… Master is someone above even Gods…” Guiying muttered after I told her everything.

I raised an eyebrow at her, “What do you mean ‘it’s true’?”

She grinned at me, “Ehehe~ I’m pretty sure Master knows by now that we made a religion of you, don’t you?”

As much as I wanted to say no, I couldn’t, so I nodded my head slowly. Guiying looked like she wasn’t planning to hide it anymore so there’s no point in me denying it anyway.

“Then Master should know that we all worshipped you as a God back then already! In fact, I’m sure some of us even suspected that you were way beyond the realm of Divines too!”

“Let me guess… You were one of them?”

She puffed her chest, “Naturally! I knew Master was special after all! I was the one who pushed the idea of making a new official religion for Master!”

I put my knuckles to the sides of her head and started drilling her temples, “So it was you after all! When did I even say I wanted to have a religion of myself?!”

“Ahhhh!!! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Master!! It hurts! It huuuuuuurts!!”

I let her go after a while, leaving the monarch to whimper while clutching at her head.

“Anyway, I want to ask what else happened while I wasn’t around? I already know about Feng boy taking over Heaven Sect and the involvement of the Dark Sect, but is there anything else on your side?”

Guiying peeked at me with an eye, “Isn’t Master Omniscient?”

“Yes, but I do like to engage in conversation in case you haven’t realised. Otherwise I might end up like my disciple over here,” I gestured to Iris who continued to stare at me.

The woman in question tilted her head, “Is something wrong, Master?”

“No, no, nothing’s wrong. You can continue what you were doing.”

She blinked once and her head went back to her previous position to continue staring at me.

Guiying nodded her head to show she understood, “Umm… Where should I begin then? The rest of the country didn’t really have many changes aside from that, even our neighbours stayed quiet. I won’t lie, I was expecting them to launch an invasion because of Master’s absence, but I believe Elaria’s army dissuaded them from attempting such a foolish action.”

I raised an eyebrow, “Oh, that is indeed surprising. I guess they still remember that you girls did conquer the whole of Dong in such a short time after all.”

Guiying giggled, “Or perhaps they’re still traumatised by your giant meteor you summoned over the capital city of Mei. That one certainly got the point across.”

I’d like to say that was pretty unlikely considering that queen tried to go back on her deal right after that, so there must be some other reason as well.

Oh well, no use thinking about something that didn’t even happen anyway. For all I know, Elaria might have gotten Odriana and Mother to use some sort of giant cannon as a deterrent. At least I know she hasn’t created any form of planet busters yet.

I turned to look at her, “Speaking of which… How long before you’re expected at court again?”

“Eh? I can just don’t go, Master. Like I said, nothing is more important than Master after all.”

“And the court is perfectly fine with you shirking your duties like that?”

“Ehehehe~ Master, you’re teasing me~ Are you still not aware of the influence you hold? You are a literal God in everyone’s eyes who are part of the Church. They worship the very ground you walk on and would gladly die just to have you look in their direction.”

I frowned, “That’s… A fanaticism I never asked for. What did I even do to get that level of fanaticism from them?”

“There’s a lot of reasons, Master. But… Hmm… Oh I know! Master can follow me to attend court right now!”

I raised an eyebrow at her to ask why.

The empress grinned, “Well, like Master said just now, you’d rather not use your omniscience to find out the answer right? Then seeing the thing yourself would be much better than just me simply telling you!”

She’s got a point I suppose.

I shrugged, “Why not? Lead the way then.”

“Alright!” she cheered, leading me out of her room with quick steps.

Just a note, I decided not to ask her about the pictures of me inside the room because it’s painfully obvious what she does with them. I mean, my disciples already made those erotic hug pillows of me and I’m sure the clothes they stole aren’t there for safekeeping purposes.

So yeah, I have a pretty good idea of what Guiying does at night in her bed with all these pictures of me hanging around the room, so I won’t even mention it to her while I follow her out of the room.

Cai Hong was especially cute right now with how she’s clinging to my face as I carried her along behind Guiying.

“No guards?” I asked, noticing the lack of escort following us, there weren’t even hidden guards either.

“Having guards around Master is just a hindrance after all,” Guiying replied simply, as though that explained everything.

I didn’t have time to ask what she meant when someone rounded the corner ahead of us, causing Guiying’s entire demeanor to change completely.

While she had been striding forward like a really excitable schoolgirl just now, she suddenly straightened her back and started walking with the grace of a monarch.

The change was so smooth and flawless I almost thought the previous one was just my imagination.

I looked ahead to see a bespectacled, obese man whose height reached to around my torso. He was dressed in rather lavish clothes and also accompanied by four guards flanking his left and right.

Guiying stopped a distance away, “Ambassador Gu, I believe I have mentioned before that this part of the palace is off limits to visitors?”

The man chuckled, “Oh, your majesty, forgive me. I was just wondering what could have happened that made you run out of the court like that so I was worried. Now I see you had simply chosen to indulge yourself with a man rather than your duties as a monarch. My apologies.”

Guiying tilted her head up at him, “If you think for a moment that just because you are an ambassador from the country of Sun you can do whatever you want, then you are sorely mistaken.”

“Not at all, your majesty, forgive my terrible sense of humour and allow me to excuse myself.”

He didn’t even wait for a response before turning around to leave.

Guiying waited for his figure to disappear before sighing.

“So… You said nothing was happening?” I prodded the empress.

“Ugh… There… Might be one or two things but they aren’t really that important. That guy’s more of a nuisance than a problem, really. You don’t have to trouble yourself about it, Master.”

I swallowed my questions and followed after her.

Guiying’s also someone I care about, so if someone or something is bothering her, I’m not above using my omnipotence to help her.

Let’s just see what is going on for now.


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