When night came and darkness engulfed the sky, Yun Jian and her members sat around a short ragged round table that looked like it would fall apart with just a simple nudge.
Liu Shiyun, their captain, held a few sets of documents before he distributed them to the members and scanned them.
“This is the information regarding the range of our targets,” said Liu Shiyun.
The others immediately browsed what they were given while Yun Jian took a glimpse at the paper.
Both the gangs were dominant in Country X.
With the approaching transaction of armament between them, it was considered a crucial affair to the nation.
These mafia groups were the Go-Flying Club and the Steel Lock Mob respectively. These were gangster organizations.
While the population was scarce in Country X, there were probably over a thousand members in both the gangs.
Ge Junjian was unable to investigate the transaction’s time and venue, even when these were the key if they wanted to wreck the dealing. Yun Jian and her members would have to depend on themselves to search for the answer.
It was why this mission was unsuitable for the Advanced Special Forces who were frequently out on missions. Ge Junjian had previously reminded them not to arouse suspicion from the enemy during the mission. This was because the youngsters would have to slip into both mafia gangs to spy on the situation to seek the information they needed. If they were caught and their identities were exposed, they could only wish to leave Country X alive given how carelessly Go-Flying Club and Steel Lock Mob would kill people in the nation.
When it came to the matter of life and death, things got serious.
Liu Shiyun was deep in thoughts with a frown locked in place for a long time, before he suggested, “As we don’t know Go-Flying Club and Steel Lock Mob’s particular time and place of transaction, we need to find out in the shortest time possible.”
“Cap, I suggest we probe around both mobs tonight,” Fang Xiaoran voiced out.
“I think so as well.” Liu Shiyun nodded at Fang Xiaoran before he contemplated again. “Who should we send then?”
“Slashing God and I, naturally. We were the fastest runners in the off-road race. We could back out in time even if we’re caught.” Jiang Weiwei glanced at Yun Jian, already addressing her by her pseudonym.
Jiang Weiwei looked down on Yun Jian. At the same time, she was disdainful about everyone else here except for herself. Her disdain would spur her to play tricks on those she frowned upon. However, if she could redeem herself with one trait, it was that she would put her despise aside when it came to a critical moment so they could finish the mission. Soon after, she would go back to avenging her grudge.
Liu Shiyun nodded after another moment of consideration. “Okay.”
He then turned to Yun Jian. “Any objections?”
“No comment,” Yun Jian agreed with a grin, flashing her pearly whites.
“Do we go now?” she asked instead.
“Yes, get ready.” Liu Shiyun stood up, a hint of seriousness on his good looking face,
“I don’t have to.” Yun Jian smiled and unzipped her backpack to retrieve a black bandage from it.
She then tied her only weapon, the butterfly knife, against her waist with the black bandage securely and easily. After that, she dropped her clothes and stood up.
So you could hide a weapon like that? The others were dumbstruck.
Jiang Weiwei, specifically, was still hesitating if she should bring her pistol out, holding the obvious weapon. The size of a pistol was much larger and was harder to hide. Even when one hid it on the body, it was still easily noticeable.
A butterfly knife was different. Unless someone flipped Yun Jian’s clothes, no one would realize she hid a knife on her waist when she tied it around herself.
That was why she had picked the butterfly knife as her weapon!