Ms. Doctor Divine

Chapter 2412 - 2412: Mission 92
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Chapter 2412: Mission 92

Translator: Henyee Translations Editor: Henyee Translations

Realizing that the tomatoes were indeed sweet and safe to eat, Gu Chaoyan felt a profound sense of joy.

Resources were scarce in this world.

Besides the occasional wild game, there were some unappetizing wild vegetables. While these wild vegetables were edible and not poisonous, their taste left much to be desired. How could one subsist on such fare and a bit of meat alone?

With tomatoes, they had a source of essential vitamins to complement their diet.

Gu Chaoyan grasped the significance of this discovery.

Gary watched her with widened eyes, unblinking, fearing that she might fall victim to poisoning after consuming the red fruit.

However, nothing adverse happened to Gu Chaoyan after some time had passed.

She remained full of vigor and happily finished the rest.

Then, she remarked, “If you’re concerned about these red fruits, don’t eat them right away. I’ve already consumed them, and if I’m fine tomorrow, it’s a good sign that they aren’t poisonous. Let’s gather these and continue our search for other resources.”

Having the Tribe Chief test the fruit first seemed like the most prudent approach now.

The clan members concurred, all the while anxious that their Tribe Chief might indeed have been poisoned. If that had occurred, they would be at a loss for explanations.

“Tribe Chief, if there are any other fruits that require testing, allow us to sample them first. If they prove non-toxic, you can partake and gather them. You are our Tribe Chief; such tasks should not fall to you. We, as clan members, should be the ones taking such risks on your behalf,” the Five Elements Clan members expressed.

Gu Chaoyan gently shook her head. “I am perfectly fine.”

“Alright, let’s have something to eat.”

“Yes.”

The clan members commenced cooking and dining.

Meanwhile, Gu Chaoyan roamed the area, still able to see clearly.

Apart from the small area where she initially spotted numerous tomatoes, there were even more tomatoes scattered not far away.

With such an abundance of tomatoes, even if they fashioned a wheelbarrow to transport them back, it would only sustain them for a mere two or three days. After that, any surplus would likely spoil.

The effort required to make this arduous journey wouldn’t be worthwhile for such a brief benefit.

If that were the case…

If she brought the tomatoes along with their plants back to the Five Elements Clan, it would undoubtedly be a valuable addition to their cultivation efforts.

This way, they could have a continuous supply, eliminating the need for such laborious foraging.

As she contemplated this plan…

Gu Chaoyan began searching for materials suitable for crafting wheels.

Given their current circumstances, creating anything more advanced, like a carriage, proved near-impossible.

For now, they could only fashion a rudimentary version.

Using suitable tree trunks, they fashioned small wheels and constructed a frame to secure the tomatoes for transportation.

While it might not be the most convenient solution, it would save time and effort.

Gu Chaoyan identified a suitable tree trunk. It had been severed a while back and had already dried out. Prior to her journey, she had prepared a simple tool that could be used to cut the tree trunk and began crafting the wheel.

“Tribe Chief, what are you working on?” Gary inquired, filled with curiosity.

“You’ll find out when the time is right,” Gu Chaoyan replied, prompting Gary to observe while she proceeded with her work.

The outcome was rather rudimentary.

Nonetheless, it met her basic expectations.

They were nearly finished, and the sky had turned pitch-black.

With her vision impaired in the darkness, they’d have to resume the task tomorrow.

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