I Matched 100% with 6 Alphas - Chapter 23
In the magnificent hall that had a distinct Limu style.
His Majesty, the emperor of the empire, sat on the highest throne, and on his right was the young crown prince.
The crown prince had already changed back to his usual attire which was a white and blue military uniform. It made him look a little more majestic and fierce. He wasn’t outdone by Zhou Yiqing who had been honed in the military for many years.
Further down, Lu Ji and General Zhou Yiqing could be seen sitting on both sides separately.
For a moment, it was extremely quiet. The faces of everyone present didn’t look too good.
The emperor cleared his throat and asked in a concerned voice, “The matter of looking for this Kilia and whatnot, can be put on hold first. Halls, you should be lying in the medical cabin even if it’s just for three hours…”
Halls ignored his father. All of his attention was on Lu Ji and Zhou Yiqing.
After some time, Halls turned to the attendant and asked, “You said there was a Kilia here?”
The attendant knew that this was a very important matter from the attitude of the crown prince and didn’t dare to take responsibility. He quickly pointed to Lu Xing, “He said it.”
Lu Xing: ?
Lu Ji snorted and looked up coldly, “Didn’t you see someone pointing at you? Say it and say it well. Tell them where Kilia is at.”
When Zhou Yiqing heard this, a trace of a frown appeared on his face.
Could it be a name like ‘Zhou Yi’? Is it another one of Qin Yi’s fake identities?
Lu Xing: “Do I really have to say it?”
Lu Ji: “Say it.”
On the side, the emperor looked left and right, hesitating to speak. He felt as though he had been disregarded.
Even the enemy general’s attention was on this ‘Kilia.’
At that moment, Lu Xing took a deep breath and said, “Kilia is a name casually made up by our boss…”
Halls interrupted him, “This was a name given to her by Mr. Lu Ji?”
His face turned darker, seemingly losing his usual elegance and composure.
Lu Xing: “No, it was for the boss himself. For people like us who are in this business, isn’t it normal to have a few fake names?”
Kilia = Lu Ji???
Halls didn’t speak again.
I gave her a fake name.
She also gave me a fake name.
… I can’t blame her either way.
At that moment, Lu Ji spoke. He reclined on his seat, a cold light filling his peach blossom eyes, “Now, I would like to ask His Highness Halls… where did you see this Kilia you speak of?”
Halls pursed his lips. It had always been him questioning people, not people questioning him.
Halls: “…On an unknown Star.”
Lu Ji and Zhou Yiqing’s gazes met, immediately confirming that this was the Star mentioned in Qin Yi’s message.
“Do you have a picture or portrait of him?” Zhou Yiqing asked calmly.
It was at this moment that Halls noticed something was wrong.
He could have connected to a headpiece and projected the image in his brain.
But Halls hated the idea.
This method was similar to dissecting his brain and digging Kilia out of it. Besides, not anyone could simply pry into the brain of the crown prince as they pleased.
Halls paused for a moment, then ordered, “Send for the court painter.”
The court painter arrived very soon. He was in charge of painting royal portraits and preserving them using ancient methods. But this time, he didn’t expect himself to be drawing a stranger whose name he had never even heard before.
Halls: “She… has long black hair…”
“A white long dress,”
“A thin waist…”
All eyes fell on Halls in an instant.
Halls pulled a face and repeated, “Very thin.”
Lu Ji frowned, “How do you know that his waist is thin?”
Halls ignored him and continued, “Her hands are very beautiful… and there is a large tattoo on the back of her neck. The design is beautiful too…”
“Her legs are straight and long…”
Zhou Yiqing was the one who interrupted him this time, “Your Highness, your description sounds like a verbal insult. You should use more objective and less emotional vocabulary…”
In short, your words sound f–king immoral.
The court painter felt confused and helpless. For a moment, he was unable to draw anything. He even felt that there was a faint smell… no, a strong smell of gunpowder. Everything felt like it was on the verge of exploding.
In the end, the court painter was still useless. Seeing that things were about to get out of hand, the similarly confused emperor asked aloud, “Was there any surveillance on the spacecraft that could be retrieved?”
Only then did the atmosphere become better.
Halls pressed his lips. He didn’t really want to describe Kilia to them any longer.
The more he described, the clearer the image of the ‘lady’ in his mind became.
He didn’t want to share this beauty with others even more.
Just like the instinct of a vicious dragon guarding its treasure.
The surveillance on his spacecraft couldn’t be released as it was strictly confidential. The surveillance from Meili Bank also couldn’t be released on account of protecting customers’ privacy. Once given, their biggest selling point would be no more.
After pondering for a few seconds, he asked his personal troops to contact the crew he had met before. They should still have surveillance on their spacecraft.
As of that moment, the crew had just finished setting up their studio. All of them looked haggard and lifeless. They didn’t even dare to recall the ghastly scene that happened when the spacecraft descended into the port.
This trip was straight out of a nightmare.
No one dared to mention Zheng Yi’an. They were afraid of trouble landing on their heads after the Alliance discovered that their diplomat had gone missing.
“Okay, alright! Let’s get moving! Prepare to shoot!” The director tried his best to liven up the atmosphere.
“Is there still the need to shoot?” Someone couldn’t help asking.
“Will you compensate for the losses if shooting is stopped? Filming has already been delayed for many days…” The director started cursing, but he turned and saw the soldiers of Tata Star.
A middle-aged man was surrounded by soldiers. Everyone immediately stiffened and straightened their bodies. Even their breaths were quieter.
The director carefully met the man’s eyes and stammered, “May I know if you have…”
The man was actually very nervous at the moment too. Tata Star was simply a remote planet, but right after receiving the crown prince, they received orders from the Capital Star.
“I need to retrieve the surveillance video.” The man said.
Half an hour later, the man left after completing his task successfully.
Only then did the others dare to gather around the director and ask, “Whose surveillance video did he want?”
The director was dazed, “Kilia’s.”
“Did Kilia do something wrong?”
“Ha, I’ve said it. People like her must be an expert at playing with Alphas and having them in the palm of their hands. Perhaps the extraordinary families behind those Alphas are preparing to settle accounts with her…”
Some even patted the shoulder of the Alpha actor while saying, “You’re fortunate to have escaped the disaster.”
The director’s throat tightened, and he hurriedly interrupted them, “No, it isn’t… that sir said that it was the crown prince who was looking for her.”
The cast instantly went silent again.
They could no longer speculate on Kilia’s origin.
While the crew was still in a daze, the surveillance video had already been sent back to the Capital Star.
The video was projected in midair in the hall. They watched as the ‘lady’ wearing a white dress walked slowly to the capsule cabin and stopped before she opened the cabin door. She then grabbed the handrail and climbed inside.
Her hair parted at the back, letting everyone have a clear view of the pattern at her nape.
The white pattern was purely a piece of art.
Their gazes slipped down.
Her waist was indeed very thin.
This was the first time Zhou Yiqing had ever seen the present Qin Yi at such a close distance or the Qin Yi who was wearing female clothing.
Just when they were distracted, the ‘lady’ in the video suddenly put her hand on her neck. She looked like she was about to unbutton her dress.
The three men’s eyelids seemed to have twitched at the same time and they shouted in unison, “Turn it off!”
Aside from them, there was still the emperor, attendants, and soldiers in the hall.
The attendant in charge of handling the video was so frightened to the point where his hands shook, and he hurriedly turned off the projection.
When he looked up again, he saw the same ugly expression on both Mr. Lu Ji and the crown prince.
Lu Ji: “Where was this taken from?”
Halls: “…From a spacecraft.”
“Were there others on the spacecraft?”
The two of them gave each other a brief look.
Lu Ji: “This can’t be shown to others.”
Halls had already contacted the people under him, “Get the filming crew to delete all the surveillance records they have right now.”
Lu Ji thought, none of us should f–king dare dream of watching this together!
At this moment, Zhou Yiqing whispered, “He slept in a capsule cabin?”
Lu Ji came back to his senses and thought about it a little, his expression complicated, “Who would be willing to sleep in this kind of thing? It’s cramped and uncomfortable.”
So why did he leave?
Was my spacecraft not big enough?
Halls couldn’t resist cutting them off, “So… you really know her?”
“Of course.” Lu Ji suddenly felt a bit more superior.
At the very least, he could be considered to have come first?
Lu Ji: “Lu Xing, say it, tell everyone who he is.”
Lu Xing was very cooperative, “Our sister-in-law.”
A light smacking sound was heard. Halls had crushed the armrest which was inlaid with gems.
Halls: “That’s impossible.”
His royal upbringing made him unable to say ‘bullshit’.
Lu Ji: “How long have you known him? Who the f–k are you?”
Halls’ face sank. His face looked even fiercer now.
In the end, Zhou Yiqing still felt that it was necessary for him to make a correction. He said calmly, “Mr. Lu Ji, please refrain from wantonly damaging others’ reputations.”
Halls’ face only relaxed when he heard that. It seemed like the matter of Kilia being their sister-in-law was fake.
Lu Ji: “Why? General Zhou can’t wait to disclose your identity as his fiancé?”
He sneered, “What’s the use, General Zhou? Do you need me to tell him that although Qin Yi is your fiancé, you hadn’t even managed to see him?”
Halls: “Qin Yi?”
Lu Ji turned to look at him and for a moment. He seemed to have seen himself in Halls.
Oh, he suddenly didn’t feel as angry. With such a comparison, it felt as if Qin Yi had been tender with him, even if it was a f–king illusion.
Lu Ji gave a sincere smile. He continued, his tone gentle and polite, “That’s right, his real name is Qin Yi. Didn’t I say it just now? He’s not called Kilia. Kilia was the name I used when he and I met.”
Lu Ji paused. The more he thought about it, the more he felt that Qin Yi had at least given him the illusion of three-folds of tenderness! Not just one-fold!
Lu Ji: “So, it turns out that he still remembered the name I used no matter where he goes. He even used my name as his.”
Indescribable anger and jealousy filled Halls as he clenched his fists.
Zhou Yiqing: “…”
Zhou Yiqing cracked his knuckles, making a loud sound. He said coldly, “Lu Ji.”
Lu Ji wasn’t aware of it at all and the more he talked, the more he felt that he came first among them!
Lu Ji: “Your attendant even mentioned Miss Kilia earlier. Miss? What did you think he was?”
Halls said nothing, but the attendant asked in a trembling voice, “Isn’t, isn’t she a female Beta?”
Lu Ji replied airily, “Oh. You even got his gender wrong. He’s a male Omega. An Omega, got it?”
Bang! A loud noise sounded out.
One of the palaces in the Limu Empire exploded in the eyes of the muddled yet frightened people.
The emperor exclaimed in shock, “Oh my god! Why did my throne explode too?!”
The name was fake. The gender was fake.
The crown prince’s first love was also fake. 🙁
The sister-in-law was fake, but the matter of the fiance is real. 🙁
At this time, a tall and slender youth with a bob cut, wearing a light-colored shirt and gray trousers sneezed.
He rubbed the tip of his nose and looked up at the shop with the sign ‘Trade and Deals’ hanging in front.
He asked politely, “Hello, may I know if it’s possible to rent a temporary husband here?”
“My apologies, it’s not possible.”
“Oh, forget it then.”