Quick Transmigration System: Male God, Come Here - Chapter 1231
If not for Arthur’s scent on her body, as well as his mark, she would have been eaten up by Blood Kin long ago.
Arthur showed no expression on his face. “I won’t treat my wife as food.”
Only then did Moore notice that his body gave off a… heavy fragrance of roses.
He was startled. “You and her went to the cemetery to hold a ceremony?”
Arthur revealed a tender smile.
Moore took another sip of blood, his head throbbing. “Hurry up and grant her the First Embrace. What is a dignified prince like you doing with a human.”
Bai Weiwei would become an inferior Blood Kin through the First Embrace.
She would be a rank lower than Blood Kin, but if her First Embrace was with Arthur, Bai Weiwei would also inherit the bloodline of the primordial ancestor.
This extraordinary status wasn’t too bad.
Arthur answered nonchalantly, “Once I become the leader, I’ll give her a gift, then discuss the matter of the First Embrace.”
Now that they were in love, he was reluctant to force her.
And he was confident that, whether it was for him or for the century-long plan, she would agree to the First Embrace.
Moore lifted his eyelids, his geniality replaced by coolness.
“You’ve finally made up your mind.”
His greatest struggle was not whether Arthur could become leader, but whether he wanted to.
In the past, Arthur had held absolutely no interest, even if he held the oldest bloodline and the most prestigious status.
If he didn’t want it, they couldn’t force him.
But for the sake of one Bai Weiwei, he finally wanted that position. Moore suddenly felt that Bai Weiwei was very lovely.
Arthur watched the sunlight outside the door. A flash of indifference flickered in his gaze.
“That position indeed makes many things easier to handle. What of the rebels?”
Moore couldn’t help but sigh at the mention of the rebels. “Those rebels had been let go by you. If it weren’t for you saving so many Blood Kin, I’d bet that everyone would have thought that you’d decided to make peace talks with the rebels.”
Arthur nodded. “I’m going to.”
Arthur added, “Not right now. I won’t begin discussions on the matter until they’ve researched a substitute that can replace humans.”
He suddenly felt a bit overwhelmed. The prince who was very likely to be the future leader of the Blood Kin suddenly said that he wanted to make peace with food.
He felt like the sky was getting brighter.
Arthur sighed. “In about a hundred years, I should be able to get humans and Blood Kin to exist peacefully. Weiwei would probably like that.”
Moore’s vision went dark. “For a woman, you’re actually going to make us eat blood substitutes and make humans equal to us?”
He must have heard wrong.
Too frightening, what happened to this world?
Arthur suddenly stood up, not bothering to pay attention to Moore. He turned to give orders to Elizabeth.
“The Miss has woken up. Prepare the daily toiletries and breakfast. Tell the kitchen not to make anything too bloody and to make things that are easy to digest.”
Elizabeth respectfully saluted and promptly left to prepare everything.
Moore stared at Arthur in astonishment.
Was he still a prince? This was a human babysitter, right?
Arthur cast him a faint glance. That icy gaze made Moore quiver.
“You should get out. I will arrive on time for the meeting tomorrow. Don’t worry about the rebels for now. Tell them to research blood meals with peace of mind and provide them with funds when necessary.”
Moore felt like his entire world had become a fantasy.
He stared blankly at the blood in his cup and suddenly drank it all, not leaving a single drop.
In the future, he may have to eat blood substitute meals and be unable to drink such fresh blood.
He didn’t think Bai Weiwei was all that lovely anymore.