BTOG 213 – The Need to Catching up, So I Need to…

The term [Kill Kitchen] is by no means a compliment.

It is a derogatory term for a player who goes for unnecessary kills with or without disregard for the common sense.

Still, there is a reason why SUUPAA is said to be the worst [Kill Kitchen].

One is out of respect.

Other is because of how malicious she is.

This is her 11th season monthly results.


Total number of matches: 1311.

Average game time: 12 minutes, 22 seconds.

Percentage of survival points won: 99.2%.

Average damage dealt: 5977.

Average number of kills: 24.2.

96% of the top scores.


This is a record that is still talked about today as the first time Suupaa won her first season ranking.

Is one to be asked, [What is so great about this record] the answer is [everything], everything about that record is off the charts.  But what is even more extraordinary is her average number of kills.

In all five Zero Wars series, from 1 to 4 and VR versions, the number of players in a match is limited to 96.

If you always kill one enemy per match, your average number of kills per month counts as 1.

In other words, in her total of 1311 matches that month, Suupaa has single-handedly killed more than a quarter of the total players in each match.

Of course, there are plenty of players who have recorded more kills than this in one match.

But that is only if we’re talking about one match, not their averages.

By the way, the maximum number of kills recorded in Zero Wars VR before Suupaa appeared was [32 kills in one match], and the average number of that person’s kills in that season is was [7.5 kills in 1021 matches].

Here you can see how so out of the ordinary for someone to [average] 24 or more kills in one season, especially since she did more than 1300 matches in that said season.

To put it simply, when she joined a game, Suupaa will sink her poisonous fang to an average of 24 players.

And those 24 people do not die because they are weak, but merely by caught in Suupaa’s sight.

It doesn’t matter how strong or weak they are.

Suupaa will kill all players she finds.

Be it outside the safe zone, dead zone, or even surrounded by many players.

Suupaa will go for the kill, ignoring all priorities.

She’s a monster with the ability to kill that it even murders the unwritten rule. A demonic killer who runs around the battlefield without common sense.

Once she gets into the game, the game itself will be ruined if Suupaa is not defeated.

Therefore, players who have been matched with her unanimously give this comment.

[Suupaa is the worst Kill Kitchen] .

She doesn’t stop.

Rather, she accelerates.

I already cannot capture Suu-chan’s thought process, and it’s only been five minutes since the second round began.

Our team, [HEROES] has already got 8 kills, which is equal to two whole teams that have been eliminated.

Yeah, and of course, I didn’t do anything.

Rin-chan and Touka-chan are also the same.

But Suu-chan is.

All by herself.

She cut off the HP of all 8 of them.

(Her judgment is too fast…!)

Suu-chan’s fast-making decisions were so fast that we were using our all just to try to keep up with her.

Suu-chan didn’t even communicate as a team, and I was sharpening my senses with all my might just to keep up with her.

Unlike WLO, the world of Zero Wars VR is limiting the range of one’s sensory perception.

For example, there’s a limit to our ears.

When I release my five senses at full, I can pick up sounds within a radius of a few kilometers in the real world, and within a radius of two kilometers in the WLO.

In contrast, in the world of Zero Wars VR, sounds beyond a radius of 360 meters from me are totally cut off cleanly, so that I cannot hear them.

It’s hard to describe, but it’s like being trapped inside a transparent hemisphere with a radius of 360 meters.

Such annoying restriction exists in this world.

Of course, I already knew this from practice.

Besides, with a 360-meter range, I would be able to spot and respond to attacks except for a long-range and irregular sniper.

That’s why crisis detection in this audible range was one of the major tasks assigned to me now.

But before I could judge anything from the sounds I heard and the sights I saw, Suu-chan was already three steps ahead of me.

There was no hesitation in her steps, she will go without needing to hear my report.

Is it because of how experienced she is, or does Suu-chan also see by sound and sight?

Either way, she will run to her next target without any hesitation at all.

Just like a hungry animal, Suu-chan ran around the field looking for her prey. Touka-chan and I were barely able to keep up with her erratic movements and were busy chasing after her back.

Unlike me, Rin-chan could probably read Suu-chan’s thoughts, but she struggled with the acrobatic rough path Suu-chan was taking and seemed to have a hard time even keeping up with us.

Literally, Suu-chan alone is a one-man team.

We were so disjointed that there was not a single piece of us fit together.

Although our individual abilities were not low, as a team we were almost completely non-existent.

And yet.

We only need this one player called, Suupaa. And our team has been established.


I already accepted this outcome since yesterday’s team practice. Suu-chan finished most of the games by herself, while we were so busy trying to keep up with her and in the end, we didn’t even get proper practice.

Moreover, Suu-chan’s style was so out of the ordinary, causing the [ordinary] and [fundamentals] that we had been forced to learn under Rin-chan’s tuition were not being put to use.

There is a huge difference in our game time.

And as a result, there’s a vast amount of difference in the amount of experience between us. Which lead to a clear difference in ability between us and Suu-chan.

There is a huge gap between us and the strongest player who has devoted everything to Zero Wars VR.

(But… so, what?)

My hand at the rifle’s grips is tightening.

As I follow Suu-chan back in front, I have this thought. 

Ignoring her bizarre playstyle, I agree that Suu-chan may be better than anyone else here.

But still, I don’t care if there is a difference in ability between us or not.

But there is one thing I can say with certainty.

Suu-chan is a monster on [this side].

She is a monster with a rare talent that shines only in the virtual space, perhaps only in the world of Zero Wars VR.

But that is not a reason why we should rely on Suu-chan to do everything or the reason why we should not be able to catch up with her.

The gift of extraordinary talent can make one lonely. And if you don’t have someone to stand as equal, it will eventually devour you.

(We are a team. You are not alone. If I can’t say that, then the VR division of [HEROES] holds no value.)

Just as I was saved by Rin-chan.

Please allow me to stand next to Suu-chan.


I let out a small breath to relax my mind.

Let’s discard the ‘normal’ I learned from the video, let yesterday’s practice and the present moment etch themselves into myself.

Trace Suu-chan’s actions.

Remember the way she took for the kill.

Be faster, be sharper.

Above all, I need to sharpen my blades of killing intent to be deeper and deadlier!

“…*giggle*, I still don’t understand you. But…”

I saw a small warehouse where Suu-chan is staring. And I could certainly see four enemy shadows from within it.

My sniper rifle has enough range.

And the (bullet)path is certainly there.

“…I’ll hit it.”

There is no need to aim. Just follow Suu-chan’s direction and gently press the trigger of the rifle while tracing the path I saw.

The bullet flew into the exact path I envisioned and four ricochet echoed through the warehouse, hitting one of my prey in the head.

And not long after the damage effects popped up beyond that.


Just like Rinne, who specializes in intelligence, like Arthur, who specializes in swordsmanship, Suupaa too, had her specialization in Zero Wars VR.

Tl note:

Sniped, downed, and got bitten by rabid dog{Suupaa} huh… must been hell for that team.


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10 Responses

  1. Kensei Seraph says:

    Thanks for the chapter.

    And thus the magic bullet makes its first appearance.

  2. Alicia Putri says:

    And the legendary witch stepped into the field, following the hungry beast.

    Damn Heroes is too unbalanced

  3. Dimentos says:

    Thanks for the chapter. So Suupaas average game was like run around and kill as many as possible and then get killed after 12 minutes. Considering the games last about 20 minutes she doesn’t seem to have won many games.

    • Lucas says:

      Percentage of survival points won is win percentage. She got a 99.2%. An exaggerated score that’s par for the course in this series.

      • Dimentos says:

        Hmm, that makes even less sense. She would need to search the whole safezone and clear it and I doubt 12 minutes are enough to even go around the edge of it with the size it should have at the 12 minute mark.

  4. Mashii says:

    1 W key maniac
    1 literal aim bot
    2… Other good players?

    Wtf is this squad lol

  5. Latiii says:

    Thanks for the chapter~!
    The Legendary Witch and The Kill Kitchen alone is already hell in the opponent’s perspective, but with those two together… well… Rest In Peace other players…

  6. So we have literal hunter & hunting hound combo from Nana & Suupa

  7. Endeanfang says:

    Finally caught up after 3days, is there a schedule for releases?

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