Translated by Addis of Exiled Rebels Scanlations
“So – it turns out that the part of you that attracted him wasn’t the werewolf, but the husky?” Doctor Shang held his jaw and nodded thoughtfully, pulled up Eli and He JiaLun, who were tangled on the ground, one by one, and handed over the test tube of freshly pulled plasma, “Leave it to stratify and sterilize, it’s yours.”
“Good to know.” Accepting the test tube he handed over, Eli rubbed his vaguely sore shoulder, still unable to resist glancing at the three dragons in front of him. He also looked at the vampire who had just bent all the window bars straight with his bare hands, cautiously touched the big tail waving behind the werewolf’s butt, and finally couldn’t help but shake his head, “Why do I seem to have the illusion that in this lab, normal people are in the minority… Could it be that the world has developed so rapidly while I was engrossed in scientific research?”
The werewolf who valiantly saved the man rubbed his tail root that was raw from the fall and staggered to his feet while shaking his head in disbelief and muttering in a low voice, “You’re a hybrid succubus, how come your receptive ability is not as good as someone like Doctor Shang?”
Unexpectedly, the other party not only didn’t have the panic of having his identity pierced, but looked over in surprise, “What hybrid – what am I?”
“Shh—” Wei Long leapt off the ledge, made a silent gesture toward He JiaLun, and smiled back towards the crowd, “I think these Dragon Highnesses staying in the lab any longer will still have some effect on Mr. Yi’s experiments. If there are conditions, we can perhaps separate the two groups and talk in detail in a different place – what do you think, my dear friend?”
“Eli, give me the office key.” Shang HaoJia concentrated on writing on his desk, and then greeted without raising his head. When he raised his hand and was about to take the keys thrown by the other party, Xian Bao suddenly sprang up and grabbed the clattering string of keys in his mouth.
“Bao’er – no playing around!” The fire dragon was startled, and hastily beckoned its claws towards it. Xian Bao hovered twice in mid-air with the keys in his mouth, before suddenly coming back to his senses and hurriedly putting them back, “Sorry, dad – I just saw something coming from the sky, and I don’t know why, but I especially wanted to run over and pick it up…”
“I can probably guess why.”
Putting down the pen in his hand, Doctor Shang picked up the key, thoughtfully looked at his husky friend, then shook his head in regret, “So – you guardian dragons, don’t just give children random food, or it will be easy to cause some unexpected trouble.”
“Yes, yes, yes – you’re right, we must be more careful in the future…” The fire dragon rubbed his paws together and honestly bowed his head and admitted his mistake.
Shang HaoJia didn’t say any more, just patted his bony wings and gave Eli the paper, “I’ll write down the precautions for the serum injection for you, so when you make the serum, just give it to him first to avoid any new mess. — Mr. He, can you protect them here?”
“Don’t worry, I’ll definitely be responsible for what our clan has caused to the end.”
Shang HaoJia nodded and straightened up, shoving the paper in his hand to Eli, “I’ll leave it to you, no problem, right?”
Still shaken by the changes in the world, Eli took the paper handed over by the other party and carefully read it back and forth twice before finally nodding with mixed feelings, “If you don’t take into account that ninety percent of the living things I’ve stuck with needles in the last five years have been rabbits and mice, it should be fine…”
“…” Driven by the sense of responsibility that belonged to a doctor, Doctor Shang still gave up the idea of being lazy and drew the piece of paper back, “Forget it, bring him to me when the serum is out – Xian Bei’s father, please come with me for a moment to talk about Xian Bei’s situation, is that okay?”
“Okay, please.” The fire dragon nodded hastily, and turned back towards his two sons and beckoned his claws.
Xian Bao just wanted to leap over, when his brother tearfully held his tail, “Brother…”
He wanted to go to his father’s head, but he didn’t want to leave his brother behind. When the good brother Xian Bao was in a dilemma, the cold human doctor had bent down and scooped the two little dragons up, one on each side into his pocket.
“Wait a minute—” Knowing that his son was afraid of heights, the fire dragon nervously stepped forward to try and stop it. But because his claws were too short, he could only flutter twice, failing to pull his arm out, and watch as his son was placed into his rival’s pocket.
Shang HaoJia blandly waved his hand, fiddled with the dizzy little dragon in his pocket, and watched him tearfully bite his finger, “Every time you take him to the sky, you blindfold him?”
“Bei’er’s courage is too small. When he’s scared, he cries, and when he cries, it rains – the weather station has already sent us three warnings. If it rains casually again, we’ll have to pay a fine.”
The fire dragon rubbed his claws and moved carefully to follow him out the door, its tail so tangled that it curled, “Can you… can you give me back my sons first? When A’Lin comes back and sees that I didn’t take care of the two of them, he will definitely punish me by doing push-ups…”
“Don’t worry, both of the two little highnesses are of very pure blood, it’s impossible to do any harm to them with just this.” The vampire at the side politely smiled lightly and patted the fire dragon’s shoulder comfortingly, “This dragon friend, you can rest assured – Doctor Shang’s medical skills are excellent, and has a considerable understanding of these non-human races. If there is anyone who can help your son, it will be him.”
The fire dragon hurriedly politely nodded towards him repeatedly, and bowed towards him with his two claws together, as he sincerely thanked him, “Thank you, thank you, that’s very kind of you – are you a vampire? I have met a vampire before, but his blood was much heavier than yours. You are different from him, a good vampire at first glance…”
The vampire behind him was suddenly issued a good card, so Shang HaoJia couldn’t help but shake his head and laugh lightly. He tossed the keys to him and stood outside Eli’s office, waiting for him to open the door with his arms folded.
The vampire’s inky pupils were filled with a smile of helpless indulgence, and he took a quick step to open the door, gracefully leaning over with one hand on his shoulder, “Please come in, my dear friend. Would you like me to bring you two more cups of tea?”
“What would you do if I said I needed it?” Raising an eyebrow in curiosity, he waited for the fire dragon to enter the office before Shang HaoJia followed him in and set the two small dragons on the table as well.
The vampire’s expression stiffened for a moment, then returned to a subdued smile, smiling lightly and closing the door with a backhand, “My dear friend, as long as it is something you need, no matter what it is, I will find a way to get—”
“Outdated, now you can order take-out.” Interrupting him with a soft smile, Shang HaoJia took out his phone and clicked on the take-out interface, placing it on the table in a serious manner, “Seriously, I think you races that are not very convenient to go out are especially suitable for this approach of ordering food. You can even develop yourselves and order something that only you can eat…”
Doctor Shang, while popularizing the conveniences of modern life for vampire and fire dragon, blandly took off the little Xian Bei that still held his finger in his mouth. Looking at the two shallow red marks that were not even pits, he pinched open the mouth of the little dragon to look at it, and took out a pen-shaped flashlight and shook it in twice.
“Xian Bei’s Papa, your son’s right tooth is biting lighter than the left one, I suspect there is likely a case of tooth decay. It’s best to take him for a checkup.”
“I don’t want to see a dentist – I don’t have any cavities!” Little Dragon turned around in fear and burrowed behind his brother, shaking his head vigorously as he cowered.
Doctor Shang raised his eyebrows, nodded noncommittally, and gently poked his dragon’s horn again, “It’s true that you can’t see much from the outside yet. In the future, remember to brush your teeth after eating candy for a full three minutes, alright?”
Already frightened by the terrible human doctor, the little dragon didn’t even dare to cry out, its dragon body was as stiff as a stick, as he nodded nervously.
Doctor Shang slightly nodded, satisfied, pulled out a piece of paper to write two lines, and slightly leaned over to look at a fire dragon, “Could you elaborate in detail? Besides wanting to swoop in and catch anything that flies when he sees it, has your oldest son changed in any other way since he took that tube of serum?”
As soon as he mentioned the previous offence he had committed before without a second thought, the fire dragon felt guilty again, hanging his head low and responding in a small voice, “Bao’er has always been a little more outgoing and lively than Bei’er. I haven’t noticed any changes other than the destruction of a couch due to an explosion of power after just taking the essence blood…”
Shang HaoJia couldn’t help but slightly raise his eyebrows and thoughtfully incline his head, “If I’m not wrong, this is probably a natural skill called ‘home demolition’, generally passed down from generation to generation among huskies. Alaskans and Samoyed races of sled dogs, the main manifestation is that your home sofa, wall coverings, coffee table and other things will turn into pieces in a very short period of time…”
“There’s such a terrible ability?!” The fire dragon involuntarily snorted and looked at him nervously, trying to probe his little paws to hold his arm, “Doctor! Doctor! What can be done about this? Is there any cure for this? If A’Lin knows about it, she will definitely spank us both!”