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Genius Mechanic

Genius Mechanic: Chapter 3

3. Job Application

Proofread by An Zheee and Cloud Chip Cake

The recruitment notice was concise, unlike the lengthy ones from other teams seeking mechanics. KID’s advertisement could be read at a glance, especially the last item about salary.

8000 star coins per month? Project sharing? Competition bonuses to be negotiated? Meals and accommodation included?

Were they recruiting mechanics or assistants?

[How much is the salary? 8K???] [As we all know, KID is very poor. Don’t bother applying.]

The requirements were indeed not high, but the salary wasn’t high either. Initially, netizens felt sorry for the KID team for having their data sold, but upon seeing the salary, they changed their minds.

It’s widely known that the KID team was struggling financially, especially since the major management overhaul two years ago, when the investors pulled out. Currently, the KID team’s management is practically single-handedly supported by their boss, Shen Xingtang. The team operated on a shoestring budget, making them appear like a small workshop compared to other top teams.

[I’m speechless, you were so frugal before, and now you won’t even spend money to hire mechanics???] [There are so few mechanics, yet you’re offering this salary, are you taking people for fools???]

When Doctor Wu entered the consultation room, he saw the young man sitting in the chair lost in thought. It had been two weeks since they last met, and the man’s complexion seemed even paler. His face was mostly concealed by the brim of his cap and the long bangs covering his forehead.

Noticing the sound, he turned his head slightly. “Doctor Wu.”

Doctor Wu asked the robot assistant to fetch the necessary tools. “Let’s first assess the situation.”

Ying Chenlin quickly took a seat in the examination position. He was dressed in loose long sleeves, and his right sleeve was rolled up, revealing a slightly muscular arm… However, the smooth muscles stopped at the elbow, where a delicate mechanical prosthetic began, connecting seamlessly with the flesh, appearing both peculiar and harmonious.

Doctor Wu sat upright, and the robot assistant skillfully handed him a mechanical knife, with several parts neatly arranged on a sterile tray. A mechanical prosthetic was placed horizontally in front of him, and its outer mechanical plate had been removed, revealing the intricate mechanical nerves inside.

Doctor Wu was performing routine adjustments on the mechanical prosthetic, while Ying Chenlin, sitting across from him, was watching the mecha news on the virtual screen.

At that moment, the virtual screen in the hospital room was playing entertainment news from the mecha community, and the host’s exaggerated voice seemed almost ready to pierce through the virtual screen, prompting Doctor Wu to quickly signal the nearby robot to lower the volume.

After lowering the volume, the young man sitting across from Doctor Wu continued to stare intently. Doctor Wu shifted his gaze away and proceeded with steady hands, skillfully working inside the intricate prosthetic. He continued, “After the surgery, you need to be moderate. Your body is not as strong as before, and your physique has dropped to B-level. Rehabilitation should be done in moderation, understood?” When Doctor Wu glanced up, he noticed that the other person’s gaze had returned to the nearby virtual screen. He refrained from saying what was on his mind and continued examining the prosthetic.

With the rapid advancement of technology, the physical and mental qualities of the StarNet people have also changed. Powerful physiques stem from one’s inherent genetic makeup, but external factors could interfere and make the genetic makeup unstable.

His patient was a mecha pilot, a rare SS-talent, 18 years old, with a seemingly limitless future. However, during his routine genetic examination upon reaching adulthood, the early signs of a genetic disease were discovered.

Doctor Wu informed this young mecha pilot about the surgical plan – to remove the affected right hand and replace it with a specially crafted mechanical prosthetic. For a mecha pilot, such an operation meant the end of their professional career. Yet, Ying Chenlin agreed to it.

After the surgery, his mental power dropped from S-level to A-level, and his physique from S-level to B-level.

The sounds in the examination room had quieted down a bit. The virtual screen nearby still played news from the mecha arena, and Doctor Wu’s movements while examining slightly quickened.

Ying Chenlin watched the mecha on the virtual screen, calmly scanning it with his gaze. It seemed like he could discern the details of the mecha through these brief images. He observed intently until he noticed a short recruitment message rapidly scrolling in the upper section of the screen. His eyes brightened, following the movement of the light-colored text.

[The KID team is recruiting a mechanic–]

Doctor Wu noticed the muscles in his patient’s body tensing for a moment, but the tension dissipated quickly.

Doctor Wu still caught it. “What are you looking at?”

Ying Chenlin looked away. “Nothing.”

“After this examination, you won’t need to come in every week. The instructions for your subsequent recovery have been transferred to your light brain,” Doctor Wu said, skillfully reassembling the remaining components on the sterile tray inside the mechanical arm, and finally closing the metal plate. “Try it.”

Ying Chenlin instinctively opened and closed his hand. The numbness in his joints gradually subsided. “Thank you.”

The connected mechanical arm was incredibly agile, functioning like a real hand. Ying Chenlin knew that even the most flexible mechanical limb was still an intelligent assistant, and the mental link was slow, but it was already much better than in his previous life.

“Don’t mention it,” Doctor Wu said, looking at the young man in front of him. He observed how Ying Chenlin gradually adapted to the prosthetic, his expression carrying an indescribable calmness. Doctor Wu sighed faintly and glanced at the dazzling mecha on the virtual screen.

Ying Chenlin loved mechas and couldn’t take his eyes off them during the matches. Such an outstanding mecha pilot, all because of a genetic disease…

At this moment, Doctor Wu noticed the gray suitcase beside Ying Chenlin.

Ying Chenlin stood up, his loose sleeves covering the mechanical limb as he firmly held the suitcase’s handle.

Doctor Wu asked, “I haven’t asked you yet, but are you planning to go to another star for recuperation with that suitcase?”

In a slightly deserted training room in Sirius’ District A, a young man dressed in blue, sat cross-legged. A virtual screen illuminated by the holographic computer was playing recent mecha news in front of him.

After a while, the lights in the training room were turned on, and a young man with a suitcase walked in. Seeing that someone was in the training room, he paused briefly. “Lin Yao, up so early?”

The young man with the suitcase was Xu Yaojun, formerly a mecha pilot for the KID Team. During the transfer period a few days ago, his profile had been transferred to the DE Team.

Lin Yao shifted his gaze away from the holographic computer and saw the suitcase Xu Yaojun was holding. “What are you doing here?”

“I came to pick up some things,” Xu Yaojun said as he walked directly to the machine in the training room. “Hmm, there’s a training plan during the offseason over there, and the coach asked me to go beforehand.”

Lin Yao’s tone was flat. “Done picking things up?”

“Yes,” Xu Yaojun looked at Lin Yao and bit his lip decisively. “KID can’t find any mechanics like this. There’s an opening for a Guardian mecha position in DE, and their coach appreciates you. If you…”

“Xu Yaojun, you’re still not leaving?” The person who entered the room wearing a flashy coat was Ji Qingfeng, a mecha pilot in the KID team.

At this moment, Ji Qingfeng held two takeaway boxes in his hands. When he saw Xu Yaojun, he raised an eyebrow slightly and said, “Chatting with Lin Yao? Coincidentally, I just bought two breakfasts.”

Xu Yaojun’s expression darkened when he saw the newcomer. “It’s nothing.”

Ji Qingfeng didn’t hold back either. “Oh, that’s really embarrassing. You’ll have to stand here and watch us eat. Where were you in the conversation? Chat with me too.”

Xu Yaojun’s mood didn’t seem too good, especially when he saw Ji Qingfeng. His tone turned cold. “No need to chat.”

He continued, “Many mechas were damaged in the League, and the people from the base have all left. Do you still expect some idiot mechanic to come and repair your mechas? Ji Qingfeng, you probably don’t even have a mecha now, right?”

Lin Yao interjected, “Xu Yaojun, what do you mean?”

Xu Yaojun sneered, “KID has no one left. Don’t waste your effort. Dissolving the team now may still allow you to retain some dignity.” He glanced at Lin Yao once more, then picked up his suitcase and left.

Seeing Xu Yaojun leave, Lin Yao wanted to follow, but Ji Qingfeng held him back. “What are you doing? Seeing him off?”

“Seeing him off, my foot.”

“Why are you giving him face?” Ji Qingfeng took out one of the takeaway boxes and said to Lin Yao, who hadn’t moved, “What are you waiting for? I got up early to order breakfast. If you don’t want to eat supplements, move.”

Lin Yao suppressed his anger. “Are you afraid you can’t beat him?”

“Nonsense. I can take on eight of him.” Ji Qingfeng grinned.

Lin Yao gritted his teeth and said fiercely, “Tang Jie treated him so well in vain. Initially, I thought he was just close to that person because of their good relationship, but who knew he would transfer to DE.”

“And the matter with your mecha, isn’t the damage his fault? Who else is being ambiguous about it?” The KID team had encountered too many issues recently; it could be said that they were facing a string of misfortunes. Two years ago, many active mecha pilots were taken away by the management, resulting in a disastrous season for KID. The investors withdrew their funding when they saw the situation, and the other managers were busy dividing up what was left of KID, leaving only Shen Xingtang to keep the crumbling KID base and reorganize the team.

From a well-known mecha team in the League to now a makeshift squad of only a few people.

Last year, KID’s performance began to decline, and one after another, mecha pilots transferred out. During this period, they also discovered that their former team doctor and mechanic had leaked KID’s mecha data. Shen Xingtang had been busy resolving this issue during this time.

There was no concrete evidence of the leaked data being sold to anyone. The other party was cautious in their transactions, and currently, the Mecha League had no concrete evidence. However, in this year’s competition, the DE team’s mechanic presented an adjusted gun weapon that bore a striking resemblance to one of the core weapons from the leaked data.

Xu Yaojun had an extremely close relationship with the previous offending team doctor, and they often went in and out together. At first, they didn’t think much about it, until not long ago when Xu Yaojun’s contract expired, and he did not renew it, instead transferring to DE’s team.

Without any evidence, Shen Xingtang couldn’t say anything either.

After a brief silence, Ji Qingfeng was the first to speak, “What’s the use of being angry? When we are full and prepared, we’ll meet DE’s team in the competition. Why are you watching this program? The host wasn’t serious the last time he met us. We’re just recruiting a mechanic. How come he’s speaking sarcastically about us not working hard? I’m truly thankful to him.”

Lin Yao responded, “That’s true. We are putting in effort. Tang Jie even spent money on an advertisement.”

Ji Qingfeng was taken aback, “Where did she buy it for?”

Lin Yao pointed to the scrolling banner above the program, “Here. It changes every half an hour. Tang Jie bought it for two days!”

“Oh damn!” Ji Qingfeng muttered, “Having sold the Mecha Arena, we’re indeed wealthy enough to buy advertisements.”

Last week, their boss sold the Mecha Arena, and they earned a considerable sum.

At this moment, an access notification sounded in the training room, suddenly startling the two, who were still focused on the advertisement.

“Who’s ringing the bell?” Ji Qingfeng turned his head, “Is there anyone in front?”

Lin Yao mumbled, “I don’t think so.”

Ji Qingfeng walked over and glanced at the surveillance camera. Just as the call was connected, he saw a suitcase. Before he could see the person’s face, he turned around and headed out, saying, “Damn it, Xu Yaojun has the nerve to come back? I’ll go check it out.”

“Wait, I’ll come too,” Lin Yao said.

The training room was located in the basement of the KID building. Since the KID building was put up for rent, their headquarters had been relocated to the basement. Today, the team’s boss, Shen Xingtang, and the coach, Jiang Simiao, were out for something, and the access notification from the smart door automatically reached the training room.

Ji Qingfeng rushed to the door with fierce momentum, but as he opened the door and saw the suitcase, he almost couldn’t control his rage. He quickly restrained himself and came to a halt, asking, “Xu Yao— Who are you?”

The young man stood tall, wearing a hat that obscured his face, and the only thing visible was the smart brochure he held in his hand.

Ji Qingfeng recognized it; it was a special custom-made brochure by their boss, Shen Xingtang, placed in the advertising column in front of the KID building.

He caught a glimpse of the words “KID Mecha Arena for Sale” written on the brochure,

“The Mecha Arena has already found a new owner, and it changed hands last week.”

The young man said, “I’m not here because of the Mecha Arena.”

“Oh, then you must be here to rent the building?” Ji Qingfeng sneered, pointing to another location, “The contact information is over there.”

The desolate entrance of the building was empty, and on the bright advertising screen, the words were displayed prominently:

[The KID headquarters building is for rent, interested parties contact communication number jhk14581248 Shen Xingtang]

The young man looked at the words and appeared slightly stunned.

Ji Qingfeng saw that the person didn’t move and was about to ask more questions when he suddenly noticed the hand pressed on top of the suitcase.

It was a mechanical hand. Nowadays, with the rapid development of Star Alliance’s medical technology, very few people need prosthetic limbs due to illnesses.

“Why are you stopping at the entrance?” Lin Yao squeezed out from behind Ji Qingfeng and blinked when he saw Ying Chenlin. He asked in a daze, “Hello, who are you looking for?”

Ying Chenlin snapped back to reality, removing his gaze from the information about the building for rent. He politely said, “Hello.”

Seeking to confirm, he asked, “Is this the KID headquarters? I’m here to apply as a mechanic.”

Alarm/Alert

The mailbox was filled with smart flyers, all containing information about the sale of the mecha Arena. The empty entrance of the base displayed a sign advertising the building for rent. The KID team’s entrance looked desolate and quiet, as if the team had already dissolved. If it weren’t for the StarNet recruitment notice with the base address attached, Ying Chenlin would have doubted if he had come to the right place.

Someone came to apply, and Ji Qingfeng’s first thought was that the money spent on technical advertisements was not in vain.

He composed his expression and opened the door seriously, saying, “This is the KID base. You came to apply, right? Come in.”

Ying Chenlin: “…”

The person on the other side was dressed very casually, with a hat covering half of their face, making it difficult to see clearly.

Ji Qingfeng gracefully made way, also pushing the short-statured Lin Yao to the side, and occasionally scrutinizing Ying Chenlin.

Wasn’t he too young for this? Mechanics frequently worked both inside and outside mechas, often requiring them to handle heavy repair tools. Generally, they should be in good physical condition.

The person in front of him appeared somewhat slender and weak, perhaps due to the long-sleeved outfit he was wearing, or maybe his fair skin gave off an air of illness. It was hard to believe that such a person was engaged in mechanic work.

“Ying Chenlin?” Ji Qingfeng looked at the resume sent to him and was momentarily stunned. Eighteen years old, B-level physique, A-level mental power, “Junior mechanic?”

Ying Chenlin: “Yes.”

The resume didn’t include any other information; it only had Ying Chenlin’s basic personal details and the qualification certificate for a mechanic attached, without any other experiences. It was a very clean resume.

Ji Qingfeng continued reading and noticed that the qualification certificate was issued just half a month ago.

Very good, just certified and starting on the job. A newcomer among the newcomers.

Throughout the journey in the base, Ying Chenlin didn’t encounter anyone else; only scattered intelligent robots roamed around. This place was located on the basement level of the former KID building.

Before coming here, he had briefly learned about the situation at KID and knew that things were not in good shape, but he didn’t expect it to be this bad.

A mecha training arena up for sale, a spacious training base being rented out, and everything crammed into this small underground space. Ying Chenlin’s gaze fell into the distance, observing what seemed to be a narrow underground passage. However, as he looked further, the corridor inside appeared deep and the stairs descended layer by layer, leading into a surprisingly spacious area.

Basement level two? At the end of the stairs, there seemed to be a faint glow that gradually expanded, becoming more conspicuous.

After Ji Qingfeng finished reviewing the resume, he casually said, “Let’s head to the meeting room for a written test.”

Ding Suddenly, a sharp alarm sound echoed from the end of the stairs.

The piercing sound reverberated through the otherwise silent corridor.

Ji Qingfeng abruptly stopped in his tracks.

Ying Chenlin looked up at the surveillance cameras high on the corridor and the alarm lights on the ceiling. The lights on the corridor didn’t flash, so it wasn’t an internal malfunction.

“What happened!?” Lin Yao quickly caught up from behind, and both of them focused their attention on the end of the corridor, immediately trying to determine the source of the alarm.

Ji Qingfeng moved swiftly, leaping down the stairs from a higher point and urgently said, “The alarm is coming from below!”

Ying Chenlin halted, watching the two mecha pilots disappear in the blink of an eye. His gaze then slightly shifted upwards.

Next to the dark stairs leading down, there was a virtual screen emitting a faint blue light along with the alarm. He took a few steps closer and saw the words displayed on the virtual screen, revealing the destination at the end of the stairs.

—”Temporary Maintenance Room.”

The basement level two of the KID base housed a vast space filled with various mechas.

Ji Qingfeng rushed to the end of the stairs and saw the mechas standing behind the transparent glass. One of them had its light source on, and there was a prominent red light flashing in its cockpit.

Upon seeing this, Ji Qingfeng cursed and quickly accessed the permissions for the maintenance room, then hurriedly entered.

As Lin Yao walked while sending communication requests to Shen Xingtang, there was no response from the other side. He stopped abruptly in the maintenance room, asking in a hurry, “What’s going on?!”

On the icy-cold console, only a virtual screen was illuminated, displaying a striking error warning on the crystal blue virtual panel.

Ji Qingfeng stood in front of the console, with the complex function keys giving him a headache. He cursed again and asked, “Did Shen Xingtang say anything before leaving? Why are there still mechas running here?”

“No communication response. She said she was heading to the contaminated area in the morning, so maybe she can’t receive communication.” Lin Yao tried several times to contact Shen Xingtang, but there was no reply.

He took a closer look and said, “Ji Qingfeng, the one triggering the alarm seems to be your mecha.”

Ji Qingfeng looked stunned and exclaimed, “What?!”

Lin Yao hadn’t encountered such a situation before and panicked, “Be careful. I’ll go cut off the power.”

Ji Qingfeng’s face turned pale, and he quickly stopped Lin Yao, “Wait, that’s my wife! Can we just cut off the power so easily? What if something’s wrong inside?”

Lin Yao halted, “Then what should we do? Should we let your wife keep triggering the alarm?”

Ji Qingfeng: “Will it lead to being scrapped if it keeps alarming?”

Lin Yao looked at the multiple error messages popping up and wasn’t entirely sure, “It, it might.”

Ji Qingfeng resignedly turned around and looked at the chaotic buttons on the virtual screen of the auxiliary console. Underneath a bunch of error reports, there was a [Pause] option for the program.

This mecha suffered severe damage in the last match of the previous season. Since the team’s mechanic had an accident, Shen Xingtang had been overseeing this mecha. It should have been taken care of before Shen Xingtang left, but now it was triggering an alarm.

“We have no choice but to wait for Tang Jie to come back…”

He was about to press the button when a calm male voice suddenly came from behind.

“I advise you not to press it.”

Ji Qingfeng and Lin Yao immediately turned back and saw Ying Chenlin standing at the entrance with his luggage.

Noticing their gaze, Ying Chenlin pointed to the door, “The door on the way here was left open, sorry for the intrusion.”

Seeing Ying Chenlin, the two of them realized they had forgotten to close the door, and there was still an applicant behind them. Lin Yao remembered that the person in front of him was a mechanic and was about to speak when he heard Ying Chenlin continue:

“This is the mecha’s self-diagnostic program, a procedure commonly used by mechanics after repairing a mecha. This particular mecha seems to have a preset timed self-diagnostic program, which is set to activate automatically by default, using the mecha’s internal energy source. Cutting off the power won’t work.”

Ying Chenlin took a few steps closer, but still kept a distance and didn’t enter the maintenance room. “Normally, self-diagnostic programs wouldn’t have errors. If there are errors and you forcefully pause it without identifying the root cause, it could very likely result in a mecha program coding error.”

Ji Qingfeng nervously asked, “What would happen then?”

“You might lose the mecha’s internal data,” Ying Chenlin said simply, “If your mechanic didn’t back up the data or make proper settings, it could be a fatal problem.”

Ji Qingfeng gritted his teeth, “That bastard probably didn’t save the data.”

Previously, the KID team’s mecha were managed by a disqualified team doctor, and only recently did Shen Xingtang take over the responsibility.

Ying Chenlin added, “This is something only a mechanic can resolve. It’s best to solve it early; otherwise, the continuous running of the self-diagnostic program, even if there’s no issue, can lead to problems.”

Ji Qingfeng’s face turned anxious, “What kind of problems can occur?”

Ying Chenlin replied succinctly, “Data corruption, and in serious cases, complete mecha paralysis.”

Ji Qingfeng: “…Is there a difference?”

Damaged if we pause, paralyzed if we don’t pause!?

“An error in the self-diagnostic program is a minor issue.” Seeing their expressions change, Ying Chenlin hesitated and asked, “Are there any other mechanics in the base?”

There weren’t any other mechanics… KID already had a small staff, and during the off-season, some took leaves, and others resigned, and more people left during this period.

Some words were hard to say. Currently, there were no other mechanics in the KID team besides the intelligent repair robots.

Ying Chenlin’s gaze scanned the error prompts on the virtual screen. He noticed the expressions of the two men. Besides the mecha with the alarm, there were other mechas in the maintenance room. On the left side near the program console was a disassembled mecha. Ying Chenlin thought about the rumors online, knowing that the KID team’s mecha data had been leaked, but the seller had not been identified.

The base was empty, and apart from the robots, there were hardly any living people to be seen.

“Our boss is not here, and there are currently no mechanics in the base,” Ji Qingfeng didn’t know where to start and dared not touch the buttons on the program console. “You’re a mechanic. Is there any way to solve this situation?”

Ying Chenlin pondered for a moment, then pushed his luggage to the railing near the door. He jumped up, using the railing as a platform, and leaped directly into the maintenance room, filled with scattered parts.

Lin Yao called out, “Hey, wait!”

Ji Qingfeng hadn’t had a chance to speak when he heard a voice from below, “Can I borrow a mechanical knife?”

“Why do you need a knife?” Ji Qingfeng was about to step down from the railing. “Hold on, don’t mess around!”

“Calm down! He has credentials,” Lin Yao held him back and shouted to Ying Chenlin below, “Brother, can you handle it?”

“I can silence the alarm,” Ying Chenlin looked up at Ji Qingfeng. “Don’t worry; I won’t dismantle your wife.”

Seeing Ying Chenlin below picking up a tool about half an arm’s length, Lin Yao nervously said, “Okay, at least he has credentials.”

Then, he took a few steps and climbed up to the mecha’s knee. After observing for a while, he climbed up the large mechanical arm that hung down from the mecha and reached the cockpit. Ji Qingfeng walked over to the side and opened the cockpit door. Without much hesitation, Ying Chenlin slid into the cockpit with the mechanical knife.

Ji Qingfeng said, “He has a knife now.”

Lin Yao started to get anxious, “It should be fine; he at least has credentials.”

Ji Qingfeng was even more anxious than Lin Yao. “Can a rookie license be considered valid credentials? If he makes a wrong move, my wife will be left short of a few pounds!”

Lin Yao was about to comfort him when he suddenly remembered Ying Chenlin’s mechanical prosthesis, and the comforting words were stuck in his throat. He whispered, “We didn’t give him the mecha’s access key, so he can’t access the core data… It should be fine, right?”

Ji Qingfeng didn’t care about those details. He was about to jump down to stop Ying Chenlin, but he caught a glimpse of the program console. The virtual screen that had been displaying error prompts stopped suddenly, and the topmost error prompt flashed once and then disappeared.

The error disappeared…?

Ji Qingfeng immediately looked at Ying Chenlin and saw him coming out of the cockpit, then climbing up to the mecha’s right arm.

Lin Yao watched Ying Chenlin and blinked. “He seems to really know how to fix it.”

The mecha suffered severe damage in the last season, and the right arm was the most severely affected, with a fracture. After Ying Chenlin went down, they hadn’t told him any detailed information about the mecha, nor had they given him any specifics.

The dimly lit room made it impossible to see the mecha’s external details clearly, but this person came out of the cockpit and headed straight for the damaged area, showing clear intention.

It seemed that this person really knew how to fix mechas, and he seemed quite skilled at it.

Ying Chenlin sat at the junction between the mecha’s right arm and torso, using his feet to stabilize himself without needing any other tools. He moved deftly using his feet… He glanced at his feet briefly but quickly averted his gaze, focusing on the partially repaired right arm of the mecha.

If the mecha’s self-diagnostic program was set, it would indeed start at a certain time after the repair.

It was clear that the person who set the self-diagnostic program was not the same person who repaired the mecha. The right arm was only halfway fixed, and if Shen Xingtang had handled the repairs, she wouldn’t have made such a mistake.

Starting the self-diagnostic halfway through a repair, and the mecha not triggering an alarm, that was strange.

Ying Chenlin carefully inspected the connection of the right arm, scanned the tools on the floor, and then jumped down from the mecha.

Ji Qingfeng left Lin Yao waiting by the program console and walked over to Ying Chenlin. He saw him searching through the tools on a nearby workstation.

“Can this be resolved?” Ji Qingfeng asked.

Upon hearing this, Ying Chenlin turned his head, picked up a tool from the workstation, and replied as he walked, “It can be resolved.”

Ji Qingfeng wasn’t entirely sure, wanting to ask more questions, but Ying Chenlin had already climbed back onto the mecha and returned to the position of the right arm.

After a while, a voice came from above.

Ji Qingfeng looked up, and saw Ying Chenlin was sitting steadily on the mecha, looking down at him from above.

Ying Chenlin asked, “Is the operator of this mecha left-handed?”

Ji Qingfeng was taken aback. “Yes.”

Ying Chenlin’s gaze paused at the point where the right arm was severed. “Alright, I got it.”

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6 months ago

Wasn't his Player ID [sink]? That's what the synopsis said.

But here it's SK. Just wanted some clarity. Thanks!

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