100 Million Yuan Wife - chapter-575
Chapter 575: A Legendary Figure
Hailan shocked Eleven quite a bit, and Eleven’s wide-open eyes blinked
in shock albeit cutely. Bai Ye broke into laughter and put his hand
around her shoulder and said, “Are you shocked?”
Eleven nodded honestly. For such a young toddler to clearly cough out a
coherent statement this politely as though she was an adult, Eleven was
“There are many things for you to be surprised about. Let’s head to
the living room and talk about them,” Bai Ye said. Cheng Anya carried
Little Hailan back to their dedicated room. Since their little princess
was tired and wanted some sleep, Cheng Anya also wanted to catch up with
Eleven but was worried for Hailan and wanted to personally coax her to
Since she had almost lost her precious child, she was even more cautious
toward her and did not dare to take any chances.
However Little Hailan was consoled, she would not budge. It was good that
somebody showed concern for her.
As Bai Ye talked about Hailan in detail, Eleven recovered from her shock
and gasped at how implausible things could be. It was out of the world.
The Ye family, whose members were nothing short of exceptional, truly
While the child was also a cyborg, she was extremely different from Kahn.
Bai Ye was concerned about how she had been in the past half year, and
Eleven described what happened in detail. When she returned to the
island, she wanted to have Old Witch intimidate Kahn and resolve the feud
from many years ago. Since the conflict between the Top Terrorist
Organization and the Mafia had been set ablaze, Kahn joining into the mix
would lead to unthinkable consequences. Since Kahn wanted to get back at
them, his vengeance was something the Mafia could conveniently exploit.
Old Witch had gone into seclusion for many years and ignored the
happenings in the world. Her only focus was on training the new children
so that they would eventually become talented and join the terrorist
organization in time to come and hence flexed their strengths. She could
not care the least about these conflicts.
She also said that if they couldn’t settle these issues by themselves,
all they had learned those years back had gone to naught and they should
return for a few years of re-education before starting all over again.
When Eleven heard her, she dispelled the idea of convincing her.
Old Witch would call a shovel a shovel and she was exceptionally cold.
Once the children became familiar with her, they could talk about
anything under the sun with her and climb over her head brazenly to the
point of cursing her for her mean streak as she would not bother. That
said, once she spoke, everybody would obey her without fail. All the
children on the island, obedient or rebellious, would yield to her and
never talk back to her.
They could not.
Eleven, Ye Wei, and company were no exception as they never talked back
at her. She would never repeat what she said.
Eleven and Ye Wei had discussed this in person and had no idea why Old
Witch resisted living away from the sea. Ever since she stepped foot on
the island, it had been twenty-over years of isolation and seclusion from
Nobody could locate her.
This return was different, and Eleven also told Beauty Su about Su Ruhua.
While Beauty Su was her best friend, she was still the closest to Old
Witch. She told Su Ruyu what she did not tell Su Man and Su Ruhua, and
that included the Mo brothers.
Old Witch, in utter weirdness, asked her in return why she should be
concerned with these worldly things.
As she had asked Su Man and knew that Su Ruhua had a twin sister who
looked almost like her, Eleven was shocked. When she was about to leave,
she could infer, from Su Man’s words, Su Ruyu’s character and age,
which uncannily coincided with those of Old Witch. She was certain that
Old Witch was Su Ruyu, Beauty Su’s sister.
She honestly told her about Su Ruhua and even how she resembled Su Ruhua,
along with how Su Ruhua weirdly looked around the world for her. She told
Old Witch almost all that she knew.
Old Witch, weirdly, said that she did not know Su Ruhua or even Su Man,
and even the fact that she did not go to Riyadh and did not know the Su
Eleven was utterly lost and did not know what exactly happened. They all
knew that Old Witch hated lies. Ye Wei was extremely playful back then,
but she was smart enough to complete the task Old Witch assigned to her
and used the remaining time for fun. As she was afraid of being punished
by Old Witch, she lied before Old Witch when she was caught once and was
harshly punished by her. Old Witch warned them against lying.
They hence developed a habit, for good or worse, to never casually lie
despite how bad the news was.
As that was Old Witch’s character, she would certainly not lie to her.
If she claimed that she had no idea, she really had no idea.
Eleven, however, could never believe that it was mere coincidence. She
hence discovered something that had never been discovered before. Old
Witch had no memory of her life before she stepped on the island.
She did not know where she was from and what her name was. She did not
even know who her kin was and that she came with Wolf. She was not the
master of the island, and she worked with Jason, Chu Li, Black J, and
company to take down the original operative organization before they
could claim the island as theirs and turned it into her home. She had no
idea about anything else.
Eleven then learned why she was so indifferent toward Blue Wolf. She had
been listening to Wolf all along. Her memories were all from Wolf.
She had not the slightest feeling about it. After she lost her memory,
Wolf chased her and she allowed him to have his way despite rumors abound
as she did not care about anything.
That was the reason why nothing happened in those ten-over years.
Since nobody dared to ask Old Witch about her past, nobody knew that her
memories of the first half of her life were wiped away from her. She,
despite her incredible medical skills, was hapless. That could only mean
that nobody could help her regain her memory.
And she did not want to regain her memory.
As Eleven told her about Su Ruhua and Su Man, she learned that her memory
was wiped clean and told her all her thoughts about how she could have
been Su Ruyu because Wolf called her Yu-er. She could not have been too
far off the truth.
Old Witch did not rebut her but said that she had had a splitting
headache for the past twenty-over years. While her head would ache
terribly on some special days, fragments of her memories would surge into
Her tone became cold, and she said that the memories were either painful
or hopeless toward her. Apart from these memories, she did not see any
Since that was the case, whether she regained her memories was no longer
Despite not having memories of before, she still lived a good twenty
Eleven really wanted to ask in return whether she had lived well.
It was afraid that she would never have been able to answer the same
question herself. She, at least in the opinion of her disciples, had
lived a lonely life for the past ten-over years. She, alone, had nobody
to talk to.
While she was the closest to Ye Wei, they were a generation apart and
there were things she would never tell them as though they were like
mother and daughter. If that was not the case, they would have discovered
something amiss with her memory. When they were in the spring, telling
them a bit more would have led to them realizing it.
While she knew well that her memories had been wiped and how she could
regain her memory, it was… how the memories were so painful that she
chose to ignore them and give up her past altogether.
Perhaps the memories from before were too painful, too deeply etched in
her mind. Despite the void, she could still remember some events.
She ignored worldly affairs, so she did not particularly worry herself
with Ye Wei’s affairs. In her words, everybody had their own fates and
lives to tend to. Since Ye Wei had made her choice, they should respect
Ye Wei had to bear the good and bad that came from it.
One could not simply experience only the good in life. There were
naturally times one struggled. As Ye Wei never asked for help, there was
no need for them to interfere in her life.
Old Witch doted on Ye Wei the most, so Ye Wei naturally could not say
The only thing she cared about was her body. In the past half a year when
she returned, she checked her up personally and concocted a comprehensive
rehabilitation plan for her and made reasonable nutritional arrangements
for her. She would force her to eat regardless of her appetite.
She naturally took effort and knew how to allay her worries and have her
cooperate with her.
In the span of three to four months, her body was in much better shape,
but Old Witch had yet to completely analyze the virus in her and hence
did not allow her to leave. She wanted to know how Mo Ye was, but the
island had no equipment to communicate with the outside world and nobody
was allowed to leave the closed training base. She really missed the
outside world, and Old Witch could tell that she was distracted and asked
if she had somebody on her mind. Eleven honestly replied.
Even so, she did not allow her to leave. Old Witch, wanting to shift her
attention, arranged for her to train a few children. Given Eleven’s
experience and combat experience, she did not have the slightest problem
training a few children. She gradually found her youth despite the
challenging yet fulfilling times. It was even more so when she learned
that she was improving day by day.
Old Witch assigned her a few new children. The children who were able to
appear at the training base had passed layers of selection and were
extremely gifted from the onset. They were new to the island, and they
were still children at heart and more innocent. Eleven had a whale of a
time with the children. She was extremely familiar with the coaches on
the island as well, who had not changed much in ten-over years. She put
effort into developing the children both intellectually and physically.
Most of the children were willing, like them before, to endure the
suffering that stemmed from the brutal training on the island. Once one
began training, one could not call it a day as and when they wanted to.
Unless something happened to one’s body, the training continued.
There was now a group of teenagers who were combat-ready. Old Witch was
considering giving them an opportunity. As Eleven was their senior, many
came to her for advice daily.
They passed fruitfully and she did not miss them as much. Time naturally
passed quickly until Old Witch prepared a complete report for her to pass
to Bai Ye.
She could do nothing about the virus for now, but she knew that Eleven
wanted to leave and did not particularly insist on holding her back.
While she could continue on part of the research, the rest of the
problems were in the report that Eleven had to pass to Bai Ye. Bai Ye
would naturally know what to do.
Eleven did try to ask her whether she could hope to regain a normal life,
but Old Witch only told her to give her some time before she would regain
her previous self. While her body was in too bad a shape, she had a fifty
When she heard that, Eleven was relaxed and bade farewell to her, the
coaches, and the children, and immediately left the training base.
In the moment, she tried to ask Old Witch whether she had to tell Beauty
Su about her. Old Witch shook her head and flatly told her not to.
Since she had given such clear instructions, Eleven would naturally never
tell Su Man or even Bai Ye about it. Since Bai Ye had no inkling about
the incident, things would be better off if they remained as such. She
hence directly told him about what Old Witch felt about Ye Wei and about
This thick, almost 100-page, report had a longer research time and was
much richer in experience compared to Su Man and Bai Ye. There were many
domains that Su Man and Bai Ye never understood.
To them, the document was extremely hard to come by as Old Witch had even
specified Bai Ye’s future research direction and provided precise
figures in each area.
While she had no means of curing Eleven for the time being, she managed
to grasp the general direction, which made her much stronger than Bai Ye
and Su Man as the latter two had no inkling of how to take the treatment
Su Man secretly wondered why he had never heard of somebody who had such
a thorough understanding of viruses in the world.
There was only a Su Ruyu twenty-over years ago, and he had heard of
extremely few experts save the Su family. As this was his domain, Su Man
had a somewhat good understanding of top talents in the field. He had
even personally visited those in seclusion but had never encountered
somebody who understood even more and had even more experience than him.
Just who was their master?
Their master was not only an expert in diseases, viruses, and medicine
but also a gifted pugilist. Their master was indeed adored by god.
“What’s your master’s name?” Su Man suddenly asked.
“We only know her as Old Witch. We do not know her actual name,”
“How does she look?” Su Ruyu asked with a weird feeling. Save Su Ruyu
and Mo Shitian, he had never heard of anybody with such talent. Even Su
Ruhua had never reached that level.
“Old Witch… Her face will scare a three-year-old to death. That said,
we are used to it and we will never badmouth our master.” Bai Ye smiled
and raised his eyebrows and asked, “Beauty Su, are you not content? She
is really strong. Back then, Ye Wei, Eleven, Jason, Black J, Chu Li,
Ross, and I could only battle her to a stalemate. Eleven is now
different. Oh, yes, Eleven, did you spar with Old Witch when you went
Eleven nodded and broke into a rare smile. “I won!”
Although she won, it was because of the virus mutating in her body. When
they initially wagered with Old Witch on what would happen if they won,
it meant that she had to turn up for their weddings. Old Witch, extremely
confident of her abilities, agreed.
Little did they expect Eleven, because of external circumstances, to
transform into a cyborg and win against her.
Even she, who had predicted many things accurately, would not have
expected such a dramatic twist.
The young kid asked with a little trembling, “If the seven of you
couldn’t overcome her, won’t I get smashed into a pulp?”
A smile flashed through Eleven’s eyes, and Bai Ye and Third Young
Master Ye could not help but break into laughter. The young kid’s
analogy was so adorable that Bai Ye was getting stitches from laughing.
“We were once pulp too,” Eleven said.
When Eleven said the cold joke with a stony face, it was so humorous that
Bai Ye and Third Young Master Ye broke into laughter again. The young kid
imagined the hellish days that awaited him and secretly mourned for
Bai Ye laughed and said, “Eleven, stop scaring him. If Ning Ning is
unwilling to go to the training base, you are toast.”
Old Witch knew about Ning Ning from long ago. As she extremely treasured
talent, she really looked forward to nurturing an exceptionally gifted
child and had been long urging them to send him over.
It’s just that too many things happened in this period of time and they
“Ning Ning, don’t bother about us. Hailan is safely delivered, so you
might as well prepare for your next journey. We will be able to handle
ourselves.” Bai Ye laughed. That was the original plan anyway.
He looked at Third Young Master Ye quizzically, and Third Young Master Ye
shrugged before calmly saying,” I have a daughter, so do whatever you
wish to my son.”
“Daddy, is that even human talk?” The young kid despised Third Young
Master Ye with all his might. Was there a father who would forsake his
son because he had a daughter? Was his life that bitter?
‘Darling son, you are eventually going anyway. If you are going to
fight with me for Hailan, booting you earlier saves me trouble so that
nobody will get to fight with me for Hailan.’
Actually, Third Young Master Ye had already completely let go once he
acquiesced to him joining the Top Terrorist Organization. Whatever
decisions they made were internal affairs and he, as a member of the
Dragon Gate, had no say.
Eleven nodded too. “Ah, yes, that was Old Witch’s intention too, for
you to go earlier. Your combat fundamentals are too weak, and you will
only suffer more if you start later.”
Cheng Anya, who had just coaxed Hailan to sleep, reached the great hall.
Once she heard of it, she agreed with Bai Ye and Eleven’s decision.
The young kid deeply felt that ever since Baby Hailan was born, his
position in the family had fallen immensely. He was no longer the only
child in the house.
This was indeed an extremely unfair world.
Eleven said, “Since you happen to be leaving Riyadh, I’ll leave with