The bombers retreated, and Lin’s giant arms, Bessemer, flew out of it to face the overwhelming swarm of insects. It aimed its muzzle at this group of creatures called plague … and locusts also took Bessemer as the target, and they rushed towards it crazily.

Lin found that there are many kinds of art that don’t have to explode.
The cortex of Bessemer is covered with a thick liquid, and at the same time, it stretches out a shelling tentacle and fires a bomb at itself …
At this moment, the flame suddenly spread over Bessemer, and the whole night was flushed with flames. Bessemer suddenly opened the air jet and rushed into the locust swarm.
In general, even if the shell of small arms can isolate the flame, the body cells will die slowly because of the high temperature for a long time, while the cortex of Bessemer can isolate the burning part of the flame, and it can also rely on various stomatal circulatory systems to ensure that the body temperature will not be too high.
However, the burning liquid in the cortex of Bessemer needs to be carefully controlled by the nearby bomber Lin to ensure that the burning liquid will not touch the air holes and other positions.
At this moment, Bessemer rushed into the locust swarm like a burning monster. The locusts looked at the burning monster and didn’t hide or flash, but directly charged the locusts to hit Bessemer, and they quickly turned to ashes.
It took only ten seconds for ashes and rain to fall among its locusts, but I don’t know how many locusts have been killed. The flame allowed Bessemer to obtain oxygen, but it has a compressed oxygen airbag, which is estimated to last for tens of thousands of seconds.
After all this time, it is estimated that the whole locust swarm will turn into smoke and dust in the gas.
Locusts have much weaker resistance to flame than fungi. They don’t secrete any mucus to stop the flame from spreading. They are instantly burned to ashes, while some locusts will be touched by the flame just like hyphae, and when they touch other locusts around them, they will also make their companions dye the flame.
It’s not enough for Bessemer to charge among locusts. It hits the muzzle of the head and immediately ejects a pillar of fire that is tens of meters long. The pillar sweeps through the dense swarm and instantly turns all locusts into charred fragments.
Companions keep dying, locusts are full of anger and constantly impact Besimoslin. This time, there are some doubts about the intelligence of locusts. How can they be so good at directing fungi and so stupid when fighting by themselves?
No, it doesn’t seem stupid …
Bessemer’s flame locusts keep hitting smaller and smaller, and some areas have been extinguished.
This layer of burning liquid is specially made by Lin, and it is coated with a thicker layer, which will not burn out so quickly, and this group of locusts actually attack Bessemer layer by layer with their lives, trying to extinguish the flame.
But it doesn’t matter because Bessemer has more than one muzzle.
The burning liquid from the tentacle-shaped muzzle of Bessemer gushed out from the muzzle along the barrel, and was ignited into a violent column of fire by the mini-explosive bomb, which swept over his body. All the locusts of Bessemer were instantly burned out, and the flame touched the liquid in the cortex of Bessemer and burned up again.
If it’s the Inca swarm, they may try to block the muzzle of Bessemer, but this swarm of locusts will rush wildly. They will go up in smoke crazily and foolishly. The flame worm spread and spread in the tide. Lin doesn’t know how much it burned, maybe even hundreds of thousands. Their death left a thick layer of ash floating on the sea surface.
At the same time, the flame rapidly consumes oxygen in the air. At present, many locusts have suffocated, and a large number of locusts have fallen into the sea because of the exhaustion of oxygen.
At this time, they finally planned to retreat, and they felt suffocated by lack of oxygen, so that the locusts rushed to Besimos and fled. Although they still looked dense and numerous, they were full of fear, but they were not as crazy and violent as before.
Then let art put an end to it.
Bessemer’s main gun was aimed at the fleeing locusts.
This time, Lin didn’t want to let this creature go, but wanted to completely destroy them … just like I said before.
"It destroyed everything, and Lynn destroyed it."
Suddenly, a burst of explosion sounded, but it was not the explosion of Bessemer, but Bessemer felt a strong impact, as if something was blown up and the flame was extinguished by half.
Is this … water?
Lynn found that there was seawater all over Bessemer’s body. It seems that something just shot out of the sea and hit Bessemer’s body with considerable impact. It may be some kind of large creature.
At this time, Bessemer was covered with dust, and the sea suddenly surged, as if the creature was about to emerge from the sea.
Chapter one hundred and eleven The plague dissipates
The ocean full of ashes is shaking and uneasy, and a huge creature hidden in the sea rises slowly in the sea and dust.
This is a giant creature. At first glance, it looks like a giant beetle-type arthropod. It should be more than 30 meters long. Its carapace is covered with blue circles. Although it is smaller than the ground ripper, it is bigger than the deep sand bus. Lin doesn’t know whether it is the same kind of creature, but the water was obviously sprayed by it just now, and now it seems that it is preparing for a second sample.
There is a circular hole in the head of this creature, and Lin can hear the sound of "Gollum" in it. The audio frequency is getting faster and faster. When it reaches the extreme, a huge water polo explodes from its head and hits Bessemer heavily.
The strong impact of the water polo explosion made Bessemer slightly distort his body, and splashed seawater to extinguish his flame. This kind of water jet attack is really very special, although the power is not enough.
Those locusts have escaped from a long distance because of suffocation. Now they can be said to be fighting giant creatures, right?