People Found Out About The Base I Built On the Moon - Chapter 446
A novel by the same Author of Reaper of the Drifting Moon and the same universe:
Chapter 446: Encountering Monsters! (1)
Translator: Dragon Boat Translation Editor: Dragon Boat Translation
Zhao Yu quickly recalling the technology he had seen when upgrading the tech tree.
Although he was nominally a clone, he actually possessed the memories of the original body and the other two clones.
Rather than being a clone, it was more accurate to say that all four Zhao Yus were himself. They shared past experiences and had only temporarily lost contact with the other selves after crossing over.
After a moment, Zhao Yu narrowed down his search.
According to his memory, this magnetic tunnel was a technology that could only be created by a second-level pinnacle civilization.
Yet, this planet, Earth Origin Star apparently only had only reached the pinnacle of a level zero.
There definitely was a problem!
Zhao Yu speculated that Earth Origin Star might have been under the actual rule of a second or even third-level civilization for about a hundred years.
The news might not openly declared to everyone.
The disappearance of an entire building like this seemed a bit problematic…
A second or even third-level civilization staging such a grand play, using a magnetic tunnel to pull away a building, couldn’t be just for a few hundred students.
Unless, such abductions were happening globally.
With this in mind, Zhao Yu quickly reviewed the memories of his original self.
After some searching, he found no information about disappearing buildings, not even news of missing people.
This was a big problem!
“They must have created a corresponding virtual projection on the ground to hide the disappearance of this building…”
“If there was another purpose, they could easily create an identical building underground to replace it, it was not difficult for them…”
“Moreover, after the God of Wisdom took control globally, all the cities where people now live were uniformly planned and built later…”
“The only thing to worry about might be the social interactions of these missing people…”
Wait a minute.
Zhao Yu suddenly remembered that he hadn’t seen his older brothers and sisters for many years.
Although they occasionally called home, they had never returned.
Faking a video, using Al to substitute is a technology that even a level zero civilization can achieve, let alone a second or even third-level civilization!
With the strength of the forces behind this, they could completely deduce the character traits, behavioral habits, and speaking styles of those missing people.
Moreover, everyone lived under surveillance from birth to adulthood, making information collection extremely easy.
Zhao Yu was almost certain that they had been manipulated by the God of Wisdom and the player behind-the-scenes.
The only thing he couldn’t understand was the reason behind it?!
Zhao Yu’s heart skipped a beat, feeling a sense of impending doom.
“Zhang Hao isn’t bad either, he’s also a level eight citizen…”
The boasting voices in the classroom came through, and Zhao Yu gradually came back to his senses. He glanced around the classroom, which seemed unchanged.
With the current situation being uncertain, even the teacher on the platform joined a group of students for a discussion.
Zhao Yu looked around and noticed some empty seats in the third and fourth rows from the back.
“Hey, Zhao Yu! This is Huo Li Juan’s seat…” a girl behind him was displeased of his presence.
Zhao Yu turned around and recognized the girl as Liu Shu Hui, whom he had previously encountered.
He rolled his eyes, “Aren’t you not friend with Huo Li Juan?!”
Liu Shu Hui glared at Zhao Yu. She was just dissatisfied with Zhao Yu’s earlier rude behavior, given that she was a girl.
Zhao Yu uninterested in engaging further, settled down in the seat as if he owned it.
Huo Li Juan was sitting at the front with the teacher, seemed to hear her name and turned back to take a look.
As Zhao Yu sat in her usual spot, she didn’t say anything.
Considering the current situation, Huo Li Juan had specifically chosen a seat near the door that she would need to escape quickly if anything happened.
Naturally, she was not inclined to return to her seat at the back.
Zhao Yu had similar thoughts, but he believed that escaping through the classroom door would be futile if something did occur.
Therefore, he chose a seat in the middle, thinking that having people around might buy some reaction time.
After a while, Zhao Yu grew bored. Observed many students going in and out to check the corridor, he too felt inclined to take a look.
He stood up and went to the door.
The corridor was dark, but each student had a phone with a flashlight, casting light around, which made it possible to see.
In the hallway, students from various classes were chatting at their classroom doors.
Near the stairwell, some people were going up and down, constantly checking if the front and back doors on the lower floors were accessible.
Zhao Yu glanced back at the teacher who was now happily integrated into Huo Li Juan’s group, chatting with them.
Huo Li Juan’s group was notable with capable people like Li Hong Wei and Zhang Hao, who often hung out with them.
This group was among the few in the class who were not level nine citizens.
This was due to the inheritable citizenship levels but each younger generation will inherited one level lower.
Under normal circumstances, these students were still at the starting phase, with their future paths undetermined, lacking the qualifications for a higher level.
So naturally, Zhao Yu was also a level nine citizen inherited from his parent..