Since the main school building was so enormous, Tang Wulin thought that their dormitory would be as well. Reality, however, begged to differ.
Shen Yi brought them to a building in a forest west of Spirit Ice Plaza.
“This is the dormitory for working students,” she told them “Go find the room corresponding to the number on your key. Classes will start for you tomorrow. In the meantime, you can complete the job you were just assigned. I’ll be leaving now.”
Shen Yi left while Tang Wulin and the others were in the middle of exchanging looks of dismay.
All of them thought the same thing.
Isn’t this building a bit too crude? It’s basically a slum compared to the school building!
The building only had one floor and was extremely run-down. It sat in the middle of the forest, but it was now clear that this was done to hide the building and save face for the academy.
It was a truly unsettling place.
There seemed to be about twenty or so rooms in the mottled building. Some of the rooms didn’t even have windows. They had long since broken, the wood around them completely rotten.
Checking the numbers on their keys, they soon discovered that they had only been given a single room.
This room had no walls to separate the boys from the girls. It was about thirty square meters in area. Although it wasn’t small, there were only two metal-frames of bunk beds in the room. Other than that, it was completely bare.
A thick layer of dust covered the floor and two of the windows were broken. A single string dangled from the light bulb in the ceiling. Considering the state of the room, determining whether that bulb was a useless ornament or a functional light source was a coin toss.
“This… isn’t this just too cruel? Are we sure we’re currently in Shrek Academy and not a slum?” Xie Xie was dumbstruck. Compared to their dormitory at Eastsea Academy, the difference was like heaven and earth! No basic necessities were provided, not even a mattress.
“Quit complaining. If you have spare time, spend it tidying up instead,” Tang Wulin said. Since they were here now, they might as well make the best of things. He knew that working students wouldn’t have it as good as normal students, but he was still shocked at the conditions of their dormitory.
“Captain, how are all of us supposed to live in just a single room? Men and women shouldn’t be in the same room,” Xu Xiaoyan said with a hint of worry.
Xie Xie laughed. “How old do you think you are? You haven’t even kissed anyone yet.”
“Hmph!” Xu Xiaoyan looked to Gu Yue for support, but Gu Yue only had eyes for Tang Wulin.
Tang Wulin stood rooted in place, his face pensive. “Since we’ve been assigned to this room, all we can do is make the most of it. Let’s get our basic necessities in order first. We can start by cleaning this place up and getting something to cover the broken windows. We can then use som
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