Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved




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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 34

Chapter 34: Leading the Snake out of the Cave

“Is it his sword technique?” Asked Harold.

Wu Qingsong nodded, “Probably.”

His memory of Klein’s sword technique was very fresh, but it didn’t mean that he could identify the murderer’s sword technique from the corpse.

Due to his lack of experience, he could not judge that the opponent was using a rapier just by the size of the wound, as Harold did. However, in his view, the boarman in front of him was stabbed in the eyes and straight into the brain, which looked like Klein’s sword technique.

“If there’s a burning mark on the person’s face, it’s probably him.” He added.

“My man is dead now!” A tall boarman growled loudly. His tusks were thick and long, and he looked terrible. “Someone has to pay!”

“I won’t give you less than I should, but I’ve explained the risk clear before!” Harold said. “There’s nothing to say now that your man is dead. Pixar, this is your territory. I’m sure you won’t break your reputation.”

The boarman breathed angrily from his nostrils, “I will catch that bastard and eat him alive!”

“That would be better,” Harold said. “The sooner this matter is solved, the better.”

Harold employed a gangster on the Umbel wharf. There are more than 20 people, including their leader Pixar. Four or five members have been famous mercenaries. They are a relatively large underground force in Umbel, and they have a good reputation. Of course, the price of employing them is not cheap. This is the most reliable force Harold can find.

Of course, they can hire more people, but money is a problem. Hiring too many underground armed forces may attract the attention of the three guilds, which is not good for them.

These people may bring potential risks to Wu Qingsong’s business in the future, but even if Wu Qingsong is forced to leave Umbel and go to other cities after this incident, it is necessary to kill Klein.

Wu Qingsong had told Harold almost everything about Klein, including the secret that he wouldn’t get hurt. After several months, he had enough trust in the old wolfman, and Harold had shown that he deserved this trust in all aspects.

“To be sure, at least, he didn’t have an official relationship,” Harold said after being away from the gangsters.

They had analyzed this together before.

If Klein came to Umbel as a garrison officer, the guards of this city would not accept any of his commands, but would at least give him the necessary help. These greedy guys only need a small reason to seize the shops and workers, so as to force businessmen and workshop owners to pay. Klein only needs to tell them that Wu Qingsong is a suspect who cooperated with the Silvermoon wolfkins, and they will definitely jump up with joy and will never stop if they don’t squeeze out Wu Qingsong’s last copper coins.

“He doesn’t believe them, or he wants to …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 33

Chapter 33: Haunted

Wu Qingsong took action again, but the situation was much more complicated than he thought.

The first difficulty is saltpeter. He thought that potassium nitrate was the nitrate used to make fur. But he put the nitrate in the container and heated it for a long time, but there was no acid gas. At last, he remembered that potassium nitrate should be combustible?

Sure enough, the so-called nitrates used to make fur have no combustible effect at all.

Does he really have to scrape the mud off the toilet to make potassium nitrate like what he read in novels?

“What the hell do you want?” Harold finally asked.

“An acid, a strong acid!” Wu Qingsong told him with no hope.

“Strong acid?” Harold didn’t ask him anything more specific, but he gave a possible answer. “That place may have some.”

Harold introduced him to a quiet shop in the wharf area. From the outside, it was just the most common small shop that runs everything. However, according to Harold, it was a paradise for all the mercenaries, adventurers and conspirators in Umbel, because there were all kinds of poisons sold here, as well as strong acids used to disfigure and kill. It was also a place for secret information.

“The three guilds don’t care?” Wu Qingsong was a little surprised to hear that such a shop existed.

“It is said that the biggest shareholder behind the shop is the commercial guild, but who knows? No one would say who they really are or what they’re trying to do, so no one cares.” Harold said.

Wu Qingsong walked into the shop one night with his face covered. It was very empty. There was a long counter on the side near the wall. Behind the counter was a large cabinet with many drawers. An old foxman was drinking tea behind the counter. In the corner outside the counter, there were two strong bear men whispering something while drinking.

“Hello, what can I do for you?” The foxman saw Wu Qingsong come in, immediately put down his tea set and stood up, smiling.

“I was introduced by Grey Eye.” Wu Qingsong said in a low voice according to Harold’s instructions.

The foxman smiled and nodded, “What do you want?”

“I need a strong acid…” Wu Qingsong said.

But he didn’t know how to describe concentrated nitric acid, because he didn’t know what it was like.

“It should be a kind of liquid after heating ore and then putting the gas into the water.” This was the only clue he knew.

This kind of information obviously made the old foxman a little confused. He may be more proficient in poisons. “We actually have a lot of better acids.” He told Wu Qingsong. “We have the best lava lizard’s gastric juice, which can dissolve a lot of things! We also have the stomach acid of swamp crocodiles and Caledonian fish. They are all very easy to use. Don’t you want to have …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 32

Chapter 32: Nobel, I Need Your Help

“Meow ~ can we really buy such beautiful clothes?” Liu Li asked excitedly, rubbing her face lightly against the silk.

“Of course! Just choose what you like!” Wu Qingsong said with great pride.

Two bull men held up the shelves to place samples for them to choose as much as they like, while a sable girl recommended the goods with a smile on her face.

Although she couldn’t understand why the half-elf in front of her wanted to give these two beastwomen custom-made silk clothing, but business is business, and she always keeps a warm smile on her face.

“Lin, you also can choose!” Wu Qingsong said.

After delivering three times the soap, Wu Qingsong was flush with cash. Although he couldn’t be called a rich man, at least in Umbel, to buy a little luxury was not a problem for him.

In fact, in order to avoid being doubted where his wealth came from, under Harold’s operation, he had bought a bankrupt furniture workshop next to the former leather workshop and hired a steward and several workers.

Both workshops have been in normal operation. Although they are barely maintained, the steward and the workers do not know the real sales, and the outsiders do not know the actual sales and cost. As long as no one carefully accounted the business, there should be no problem.

Ramu was trying to find a way to help him get a document to get involved with an aristocrat. Although this means that an extra fee must be paid to the person who runs the business every year, and a theoretical profit must be paid to the aristocrat, it can avoid the harassment and exploitation of the three Umbel guilds. According to Ramu’s experience, it is fully worth it.

To Wu Qingsong’s surprise, Ramu Herb Shop was endorsed by archduke Santarx in order to avoid the harassment of the three guilds, and the tax revenue was much less than that of the same kind of shops.

“That archduke? Isn’t he your enemy?” He asked Ramu this question in surprise.

“Because he enacted a reward for catching Nina?” Ramu said. “Yes, for this reason, I paid a lot of money to get the certificate from one of his officers. The shop belonging to Archduke Santarx is actually the property of the criminal he wanted for a long time. It’s interesting, isn’t it?”

“Don’t they perceive it at all?” Wu Qingsong asked. “I mean, won’t they take it for themselves? In theory, this is their industry!”

“As long as you don’t overextend the business, the managers don’t really want to interfere. As long as they get a bonus from you every year, what’s the reason for them to really take back the shops? After all, it’s only to increase the archduke’s wealth to take back the shops, but if they don’t do it, we can keep increasing their own money. In fact, my shop will never even appear on …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 31

Chapter 31: Sure Enough, No Man is Rich WIthout Wealth

“Your skill is very good.” Ramu scrutinized every bar of soap. “But if you want to keep the business going for a long time, you can’t do it so well. What you make can be infinitely close to the real goods, even a little worse than the real goods, but it can never be obviously better than the real goods like this, do you understand?”

Wu Qingsong nodded. In fact, he also thought about it after he made the soap.

A small number of low-quality counterfeit goods may not attract the attention of the Figit Chamber of Commerce. Even with their power, it was impossible to control every corner of the vast empire tightly. That was something that couldn’t be completely done even on Earth.

But if there are goods in the market that are better than the ones they produce, they will inevitably have a strong sense of crisis, which will attract their attention.

The logic that we can do better but have to do worse is uncomfortable, but it is the rule of the world.

What can I do? Just accept it.

“This batch of goods can earn at least 2000 Renals!” Ramu said.

The cost of the soap bases is almost negligible compared with the selling price. The biggest cost is actually those spices and herbs, plus the cost of transportation, smuggling, and sale. Wu Qingsong roughly calculated that their cost is only about a quarter to a tenth of the wholesale price of the certified products. The more expensive the certified goods are, the greater the cost gap will be.

As smugglers, Wu Qingsong didn’t think they would pay taxes honestly. In this way, the profits will be extremely considerable.

Ramu looked satisfied, but Wu Qingsong had no choice. If it wasn’t for the elves’ vicious monopoly, he could have done much more.

“I’ll give you your share after the goods are sold.”

“If it is not convenient, you don’t have to be so urgent…” Wu Qingsong said insincerely. In front of beautiful women, any young man will probably have the instinct of showing off and being generous. But the money Nina gave him before, the money he got from the gangsters he killed, plus the ten golden sols Ramu gave him before, have been used up. Although he should be able to go to the landlady’s restaurant for a few days on credit, so he wouldn’t be starved, but it was a last resort, and he really didn’t want to be in such a mess.

“Really?” Ramu seemed to not understand his subtext, but looked up at him, her eyes shining like stars in the dark.

Hey, normally you should insist on giving me the money as soon as possible? What’s the matter with this kind of behavior?

However, he had said so, so Wu Qingsong could only say, “Haha, since we are partners, we don’t need to pay much attention to these things, do …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 30

Chapter 30: An Old Man at Home is Like a Treasure

“I want to hire you.” Wu Qingsong told Harold.

The old wolfman looked at him in surprise and didn’t understand what he meant.

“I mean hire you as in another capacity, not as a swordsmanship teacher.” Wu Qingsong said. “I need your experience and wisdom.”

Harold soon understood, and his face turned bad. “Are you dragging me into the water?”

“You’ve been with me for so long, and you know what I’ve done. If something happens to me, even if we don’t sell you out, do you think that you’ll be safe?”

The old wolfman stared at Wu Qingsong gloomily, as if to tear him apart.

For a moment, Wu Qingsong felt that his hook was about to swing.

“Of course, you can choose to leave Umbel. If you want to do that, I can give you some money as compensation. But I really need an experienced, intelligent and trustworthy person to help me now. Apart from you, I can’t think of anyone who can do it.”

Wu Qingsong looked at Harold’s eyes and said earnestly. “Can you help me, please?”

“That’s because you don’t know anyone else, do you?” Harold said sarcastically.

“But you are the best.” Wu Qingsong said with a little embarrassment. “I know that you can be trusted, and I know that you are not willing to waste your life like this. You’re not that kind of person, aren’t you?”

“Uncle, please help us!” Ling said by the side.

“Meow ~ yeah, yeah!”

Harold started shaking his head, but a few minutes later, he finally said, “Who is your copartner?”

“A group of smugglers.” Wu Qingsong said.

“If you really want me to work for you, don’t try to deceive and hide me from such things.”

Wu Qingsong felt that his face was burning from abashment, but in fact, he was a little worried about Harold.

After all, if he told Harold the truth, Harold may keep the soap secret for them for fear of being killed, but the reward for taking Nina’s head doesn’t have such risk.

“These guys are not good people. My guest, you should be careful of these people…”

He seemed to hear the horseman’s words again.

Even Harold himself said that if he was ten years younger and without disability, he would have caught them…

But he had no more choice. Harold had at least passed the previous test. Now, who else can he look for? The owner of the restaurant?

“I was told not long ago that sometimes it’s a good thing to know less.” He came up with an idea and repeated Ramu’s words in another way.

“If I don’t know who I’m dealing with, how can I help you?” Harold didn’t take it, he said mercilessly. “I won’t do it for you if I don’t know the risks and benefits.”

Wu Qingsong looked at him and finally nodded. “You should know the Silvermoon wolfkins?”

“The Moon Lady?” …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 29

Chapter 29: The Result goes Further and Further on the Road of Crime

Wu Qingsong looked at the two people sitting opposite him with bright eyes, but to his embarrassment, Bernard was still indifferent, while Ramu still kept that smile, and the mood seemed to be the same.

Oh, good. What else?

It made him feel like a punch in the air, very uncomfortable.

“Uncle Bernard says you lack common sense, and it seems that you do.” Ramu finally broke the frozen air with a smile. “You can’t say you’re wrong, but costs and profits are not calculated like you are.”

“Oh?” Wu Qingsong finally had a chance to adjust his posture to make himself less embarrassed.

“As a half-elf, you should have been more clear about the right and wrong of elves than I am, but you are obviously a little ignorant, Wu?”

Sweat began to appear behind Wu Qingsong, but Ramu didn’t continue with this point.

“Do you know who is in charge of the soap business present?” She took a sip of tea and put the cup on the table. “It’s the Figit Chamber of Commerce in the East, and the master behind them is Archduke Figit. He is one of the most influential nobles in the Empire, a member of the upper house of the Empire, vice president of the Empire magic association, Honorary Professor of Padmiya Magic University, and one of the honorary members of the Empire Business Federation. Soap was discovered by chance nearly 250 years ago, but it didn’t develop into a luxury and only became popular since 100 years ago. As far as I know, the Figit Chamber of Commerce can provide more than 200,000 golden sols to his family every year to support his magic research. Soap is definitely one of the biggest products. Of course, the archduke will not ask about the specific affairs himself, but it is impossible for his officers to ignore it. Anyone, any organization, as long as they try to make achievements in this field, will inevitably be strangled by the Figit Chamber of Commerce! Otherwise, why do you think it’s so expensive? ”

“Are you afraid of this?” Wu Qingsong asked. It may be worse than what Harold said, but that’s why he decided to work with Nina.

They are by no means law-abiding citizens. As a rebel army, they must have enough money to support their actions, otherwise, they cannot persist. It’s impossible for Nina to support the long-term activities of the rebel army by only depending on the barren mountain villages he had been to. Without other sources of funds, Nina would never be able to be so generous to him, a potential partner who has not much relationship with her.

The rebel army must have its own way, its own dependence, and that’s what he wants to borrow.

“You overrated us,” Ramu said. “No one is not afraid of elves. If it is not because they only want to enjoy themselves and …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 28

Chapter 28: Looking as Though the Pinnacle of Life is within Reach

Wu Qingsong began to walk around the wharf area at different times every day, sometimes in the morning, sometimes in the afternoon, sometimes in the dawn.

But the red flower had not been put outside the door of the Ramu Herb Shop.

What’s going on? The news hasn’t arrived yet? Or is Nina inseparable from other things?

Wu Qingsong felt for the first time that without newspapers, it was so inconvenient that all the news depended on people’s oral communication. If there were any news about the rebel forces in the former world, it should be published on the Internet and in the newspapers soon. Even if it was just a gloss-over, at least it could let him know if something happened.

This reminded him that it might be a good idea to start making newspapers in the future.

“Someone’s looking into you,” Harold told him with a sullen face on one particular morning. “An old friend of mine told me that someone was looking into your whereabouts.”

“Who?” Wu Qingsong suddenly became nervous. Even regardless of the event in Leimu City, he killed four people in Umbel City!

“It should not be the authorities. If they suspect something’s wrong with you, the first reaction should be to arrest you and interrogate you instead of secretly investigating like this.” Harold replied. “It should be someone from the chamber of commerce. You said you would go and contact reliable buyers, were they investigating you?”

Ramu’s people?

Wu Qingsong couldn’t help getting angry. But after thinking about it, if they didn’t investigate his background at all and look for Nina for his words, then the rebel organization should have been disintegrated a long time ago.

He then waited for a few more days, and after Harold’s warning, he began to realize that in fact, someone had been quietly following him these recent days, which should be to see who he was in contact with.

It’s a bad feeling. It’s like all your privacy have been exposed to others.

When he became more and more impatient and wanted to go directly to Ramu to find out about this, he was surprised to see a big pot of red flowers at the door of the vanilla shop.

He hesitated for a moment, then pushed the door open and went in.

“Here you are?” Ramu was still in a relaxed manner, but Wu Qingsong always felt that there was some kind of bad taste in the expression on her face, as if she was going to have a good laugh at him.

“What is the result?” Wu Qingsong asked.

“Wait a minute,” Ramu said, then closed the door again.

“When will Nina see me?” Wu Qingsong had been very angry, so he asked directly.

Ramu raised her eyebrows a little, then smiled, “You look upset?”

“If you are being followed up all day long, you may not be able to laugh.”

“Sorry.” Said …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 27

Chapter 27: Ramu Herb Shop

“Ramu Herb Shop…” Wu Qingsong took the words written by a person he hired and searched for the same signboard in the business district near the port area.

It was even more lively here than the commercial street near the city gate. In fact, the entire Umbel business district was basically concentrated on the sides of the street connecting the port and the gate, while other places were warehouses, workshops and residential area.

Learning knowledge and writing was a very extravagant thing in this world. Wu Qingsong especially went to the business school established by the Commerce Guild to find out that the conditions for a person to enter the school must first be smart enough and loyal, born in Umbel or young people who have settled for more than three years, and another condition was that they must serve the Three Big Guilds as apprentices for seven years, but even if you are willing to sign a contract that was practically a slave contract, the fees were still very high.

Private teachers were also hard to find. In Umbel, literate people often hold a position in the Three Big Guilds and do not have to resort to doing such things. Another fact that makes people feel helpless was that these people regard literacy as a symbol of their identity that made them above those who worked as labourers, and at the same time, the capital for them to settle down and get on with their pursuit, and they would never easily teach it to others except for their children.

However, Wu Qingsong was fortunate enough to find a teacher who could wipe away his illiteracy, the son of the restaurant owner.

Of course, he was not qualified to go to business school to study, mainly because he had no money, but fortunately, he learned to read in a company during his apprenticeship. Wu Qingsong reached an agreement with him…. Or rather his mother, to teach him mathematics as the cost of learning how to read from him.

But why do illiterate people know math? The lady boss was not aware of such a loophole and Wu Qingsong certainly would not reveal it himself. But this poor lad could only take a day off every ten days, so although the agreement has been reached, there was no chance to implement it yet.

Because of the fear of leaking secrets, Wu Qingsong did not find someone else to inquire about the location of the Ramu Herb Shop. Instead, he walked back and forth in the business district for two laps with his own feet and finally found the shop in a remote side of the street.

He stood in the distance and quietly observed for a while. He found out that most of the people going in and out of the shop were middle-aged beastwomen, and there seemed to be no signs of the shop being watched. Then he found a chance when no one was …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 26

Chapter 26: Bro, I Can Take A Shower With All The Cold Water You Pour On Me

“How do you know that I don’t have the foundation?” Wu Qingsong asked after a while.

“If you have the foundation, you wouldn’t have waited until this age to learn swordsmanship from someone like me,” Harold said mercilessly.

Wu Qingsong was unable to retort. After a while, he spoke again, “According to what you said, what kind of people are able to develop their business?”

“There isn’t,” Harold said without hesitation. “At least in my fifty-something years of lifetime, I have never heard of such a story. Behind many companies in Umbel is the feudal lord of some land or some sort of bigshot in the capital, and it is the same in other places. Without any support, just the exorbitant taxation itself can exhaust all your potential, so how is it possible for you to develop? Do you think that the workshops around you really belong to their own? If they don’t become a peripheral member of a large company in the Craftsmen Guild with all their products being given priority of purchase and marketing to the company, just the fines for pollution and noise alone can kill them. Just take the restaurant you know, for example, if they are not attached to the Port Guild, they can’t even buy any ingredients, let alone doing their business.”

“You have no common sense at all. I really don’t know which mountain did you came from,” he shook his head and said to Wu Qingsong. “This place may excel compared to the territories under the direct control of the feudal lords, but it is no paradise. On the contrary, if you don’t keep your eyes peeled in this place, you may die much faster and worse than in those other places. At the very least, in those places, you only need to please the feudal lord, but in this place, sometimes you don’t know who you should be attached to, and who is the enemy. One wrong step, and maybe you’ll be falling into the abyss.”

“What if I put this method out for open bidding?” Wu Qingsong suddenly remembered a line that he had seen in a book. “I let it go and sell the manufacturing method to them. This should do, right? Let them compete on their own! The Three Big Guilds should not be on the same team right?”

“Don’t think yourself clever,” Harold’s cold water poured over again. “The result of this is likely that the Craftsmen Guild will get your methods, the Commerce Guild will be responsible for the sale, and the Port Guild will be responsible for the transportation, and each of them will get a good return from this thing in the way that they are best at, and you will not get even a single coin… No, they might give you a lot of money in order to fool the public, and then capture you when …

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Beastwomen Will Never Be Enslaved – Chapter 25

Chapter 25: MT Is My True Calling

“This is?”

When Harold walked into the small courtyard where Wu Qingsong rented as usual, getting ready to start a new day of training, he saw that he was using a knife to cut a large piece of a translucent object on a wooden board into small even pieces.

“Soap,” Wu Qing Song replied while throwing one to him.

While waiting for the soap to be formed, he had already calculated the costs. Altogether, he could cut out a total of thirty-two pieces of soap.

The fish oil costs twenty copper. Recently, the weather was hot, causing this kind of thing to easily go bad and could only be sold nearby. For a port city, it really was not anything valuable.

A bag of refined ash costs two Renal. Luckily, only half a bag was used.

Ten coppers for a bag of quicklime and less than half a bag was used.

This way, if he did not consider the money for the wooden moulds, cauldron and jars, and also, for the time being, the cost of labour and the cost of the site and fuel, the production cost of thirty-two pieces of soap was only one hundred and twenty-five coppers. On average, the cost of one block was not even four copper coins!

This was because these were only trial products, small in size with high material prices. If it were mass production, he believed that the manufacturing cost could certainly drop to three coppers. If the money for rent, water and fuel were allotted, as long as the volume were large, the production cost would never exceed five coppers.

Yet, the cheapest soap in the store costs at least one Renal!

This was practically a robbery!

After calculating the production costs, Wu Qingsong could not help but curse in his mind.

However, the method of making soap for others may not be the same. After all, according to his cousin who loves to make handmade soap, Europeans have discovered the method of making soap hundreds of years before BC, but the price of this thing hasn’t always been cheap.

On one hand, there was no such thing as caustic soda at that time. The ancients could only use weak alkali such as ashes from plants to carry out the saponification reaction. There were too many impurities and the alkalinity was too weak causing the saponification reaction to fail most of the times. On the other hand, suitable ash made from seaweed was too expensive.

In fact, even in modern times, novices have a high failure rate in making handmade soaps themselves. However, with the experience of his maternal cousin aiding him, Wu Qingsong went and added excess lye without considering the cost and chose the hot process method to make sure the reaction was successful.

In… in any case, it was the low-end route, after all, the rough-skinned beastkins can’t be as crazy as those hipsters like his cousin in which they …

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