ristic that ultimately led Shen Jia to trust them.

“It's my first time eating in the school cafeteria,” Shen Jia began.
Still, before he could finish his sentence, the massive form of the canteen personager trembled as if he was about to interrupt.
“— A classmate I know once said she started gagging as soon as she entered the cafeteria,” Shen Jia added.

Hoodie: “Oh~?”

“The scene was so unsanitary that she never dared to step foot in the cafeteria again,” Shen Jia continued, his words accompanied by the shaking of Hoodie's phone.
The canteen personager was noticeably taken aback by the description but remained silent as if frozen in place by the live broadcast.

Shen Jia recounted the horrors his classmate had described to him about the school's cafeteria.
The stench of the slop pond, the blood and animal guts on the floor, and the careless disposal of waste by the canteen staff were all vivid and disgusting details.
It was clear that the cafeteria conditions were far from hygienic, and the thought of what kind of food was being served to the students made Shen Jia's stomach turn.

“There were also several familiar—looking students lying on the kitchen's interior…
case board that could be seen from the food window.”

The last sentence was added by Shen Jia selfishly himself.

He wanted to test whether this canteen used live students to prepare food.

Hoodie interjected, “But fear not, my dear friend! With me here and my phone live-streaming, these unsanitary and unethical practices will be exposed and dealt with accordingly.
This canteen must be strongly condemned for their actions.”

With fervour in their voice, Hoodie held the phone in front of the cafeteria personager, their displeasure evident.
“How could the canteen of Dark Virtue University be like this?! Does anyone even care about the student's health and well-being? The mere thought of it making them nauseous is unacceptable.
What kind of establishment is this? Is there any regard for hygiene standards and laws?” Hoodie's outrage echoed through the cafeteria as they depersonded answers.

The cafeteria manager tried to mask his anger with an awkward smile as the live mobile broadcast on the phone in front of him threatened to reveal his genuine emotions.

“Student rights must be upheld!” Hoodie declared firmly, brandishing their phone as a symbol of justice.
“Tonight, I will ensure that the cafeteria is held accountable for its shortcomings.
I will take this matter straight to the headmaster's office if necessary!” With a sense of purpose, Hoodie stood ready to fight for the rights of the students at Dark Virtue University

Cafeteria personager:”!”

Upon uttering those stern words, Hoodie took Shen Jia by the arm and confidently strode out of the canteen through the main entrance.
As they stepped into the fresh air outside, Shen Jia realized that his back was drenched in a cold sweat.
The gust of wind only further emphasized the stark contrast between the stale air within the canteen and the crisp atmosphere outside.

“Thank you.”

Shen Jia couldn't help but feel curious about his newfound companion as they walked away from the canteen.
He cast a sidelong glance at Hoodie, who was absorbed in their phone and asked a soft question.
“Classmate, how did you get into this school?” He wondered if Hoodie had received an admission notice like him.
Still, with the school year already two months underway, he couldn't shake the feeling that there was something strange about their sudden appearance.
The fashionable pink hoodie was evident enough he hadn't seen them before.



Death interrogation!

Although [Shen Jia] was a newly made living NPC, Xu Jin Yi had the “Death Interrogation” firmly imprinted in her mind.
In response to the question about her late arrival at the school, Hoodie simply answered, “Medical reasons, postponed coming to school.” Xu Jin Yi, tucked her phone into her pocket, then turned to the beautifully modelled 3D boy and asked, “Classmate, do you have a pen?”

The other party hesitated momentarily, then asked, “May it be a black pen?”

“Yes,” Xu Jin Yi replied with a smile, taking the pen offered by the student that had 'Mechanical Engineering' engraved on it.
She found a nearby step to sit on, pulled out the “Leave of Absence” form from her pocket, removed the pen's cap, and began writing.

[Name: (Your 24K Pure Daddy/automatically crossed out) (Why can't this work either!/automatically crossed out) (heck/automatically crossed out) (daddy/automatically crossed out) Silence

Class: Chinese Language 1902

Academic number: 190222

Department and Faculty: Department of Literature and Social Sciences

Major: Chinese Language and Literature

Due to medical reasons, I am unable to return to school on time and would like to apply for an extension of my leave of absence from 12 June 2222 to 12 August 2222.

I hope the school will approve this request.

Student's signature: Silent

College stamp: (Stamped)]

The four names in brackets are a testament to Xu Jin Yi's unruly nature, yet her defiance was again met with sanctions.

A shocked male voice called out from above, “You're a one-nine?!”

Xu Jin Yi coolly replied without altering her expression, “Yeah, what's wrong?” Unperturbed, she capped the pen.
She could write a leave of absence note however she pleased.
It's okay to start over if it doesn't work.

Xu Jin Yi smiled faintly in her heart, but on the surface, she still looked innocent and bewildered.

According to the game flow on the PC side, the game's protagonist is a student of class 2222, or a freshman at Dark Virtue University, while class 2219 was a junior.

That meant…

“What's wrong, my dear schoolmate~?”

From Shen Jia's perspective, Hoodie's smile took on a sinister gleam.

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