r the sake of the engagement, he had been willing to lower himself to appease Du Guzhou.
However, all Du Guzhou had brought him was disappointment time and time again.

Wei Xieyang coldly replied, “Just because someone is isolated by a group of people doesn’t mean that there’s something wrong with them.
Perhaps the group of people is the one in the wrong.
Without any prior investigation, you judged a person purely based on how other people treated them.
Du Guzhou, I’m really disappointed in you.”

Wei Xieyang didn’t want to continue his conversation with Du Guzhou.
For the first time, he had discovered that the man he used to put up on a pedestal was nothing but an ordinary person.

Du Guzhou pursed his mouth as he watched Wei Xieyang fade into the background.
He suddenly had a bad premonition, as if something was constantly breaking out of his control and developing in an unpredictable direction.
He watched through the window as Yue Chu raised his head and gave a bright smile to Wei Xieyang as he entered the classroom.
The scene stung his eyes, making him extremely irritated.

As an alpha, Du Guzhou certainly would not think that two omegas would develop any sort of romantic entanglements with one another, but Yue Chu’s influence over Wei Xieyang troubled him.[14]

Investigate? He wanted to see what made Yue Chu so special that Wei Xieyang would resolutely defend him.

Yue Chu lightly tapped the paper with his pen, his thoughts drifting away.
Wei Xieyang and Du Guzhou had finished their talk and come back one after the other.
Both of them had ugly expressions on their faces, and it was obvious that they had parted on bad terms.
He was a little curious, what exactly did Du Guzhou say to make the always reasonable Wei Xieyang so angry? He wondered if stepping forward and saying, “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to make you two argue because of me.” would give him any extra tea art points.

Yue Chu smiled as he spun the pen around in his hand. It was really green tea,[15] so green tea that he’d almost made himself angry.

Zhao Heng and the others had been expelled from school.
The official reason had been that they’d bullied their classmates, but most people looked at this with critical eyes.
They all knew that Yue Chu was a crybaby who couldn’t even kill an ant.
Zhou Heng and the others only needed to say a few words before Yue Chu burst into tears.
It would be an exaggeration to call this bullying.
However, the school had already concluded the matter.
Zhou Heng and the others did not speak up, and the matter eventually calmed down.
However, most people sympathetically[16] thought that Yue Chu’s overprotective family must’ve forced Zhao Heng and the others to drop out of school.

Yue Chu stirred his honey water, the silver spoon gently collided with the ceramic cup, making a pleasant sound.
He was very leisurely, completely indifferent to the increasing exclusion from the people around him.

Suddenly, a beta ran in, both cheeks stained red with excitement as he shouted, “Guys, hurry over to the gym! The top omegas, His Highness Wei Xieyang and Young Master Zhou Ran are fighting each other over Du Guzhou!!!”

There was a stunned silence before everyone suddenly swarmed out, as if they were afraid to miss the good show.

The spoon in Yue Chu’s hand stopped, and he swept his eyes over his excited classmates.
The news must’ve been blown out of proportions, as an elegant and cold person like Wei Xieyang would never fight another omega no matter what.

Still…he should go over and take a look.

Little bear was overly excited and flew around Yue Chu’s body.
Its eyes had turned into two red lasers and it jabbered as it excitedly waved its magic wand around, urging Yue Chu to hurry up.

[The Green Tea System has been activated.

Task 2: Please use the phrase, “He didn’t do it on purpose, don’t blame him.” during a conversation, there is no word limit and no required style of speech.
The subject of the conversation should be closely related to the given phrase.
The system will give you a score upon completion, the score is based on the amount of impact you have on the world.
Don’t be tactless, you can do it!]

As soon as the little bear heard the prompt, it immediately latched onto Yue Chu’s finger and cried out, [Brother, can I call you brother? You have to do it to the right person this time, don’t scare me like last time!]

Yue Chu chuckled lightly, “What’s the use of calling me brother? Call me dad.” 

Little bear’s jaw dropped in shock, what a shameless guy!

Yue Chu ran quickly, he looked weak, as if a gust of wind would blow him away.
But the panting betas soon found that this omega could overtake them from behind almost as fast as an alpha could.

The betas faces were covered with confusion: When did such a heaven defying omega appear? Can’t you leave a way out for us betas?![17]

The translator has something to say:

Yes, the author reused the previous task message word for word, the only thing that changed was the task phrase lol.

Sorry to the readers who got confused with my previous blank upload.
I was testing out the scheduled update feature and forgot to turn it off so an empty chapter 4 got posted a week ago.
I’ve already taken that one down and removed it from NovelUpdates.



↑1, ↑8, ↑14 Du Guzhou
↑2 he is saying that its the lollipop isn’t the issue here, its the internalized disgust that Wei Xieyang has for himself that makes him weak
↑3, ↑5, ↑7, ↑9, ↑10 Yue Chu
↑4, ↑6 Wei Xieyang
↑11 兵来将挡,水来土掩 chinese idiom meaning to adapt to different circumstances
↑12 became aggresive/hostile
↑13 鬼迷心窍 idiom meaning that you feel fascinated/obsessed for a while, as if a ghost had possessed you
↑15 if this doesn’t make sense to you grammatically, just replace green tea with “bitchy,” “It was really bitchy, so bitchy that he’d almost made himself angry.”
↑16 they’re sympathizing with the bullies, not Yue Chu
↑17 meaning that the omega is so strong, there’s no use for betas.
so they’re begging the omega to cut them some slack

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