39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C1: In-Training, Part 2—Judgment Knight

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Chapter 1: In Training, Part 2—Judgment Knight– translated by dahlys

“Dili, take the work documents back for me first, and sort them out. If it’s something simple and indisputable, you can correct it yourself and stamp our seal on it, without showing it to me.”

“Alright.” Dili heaved a sigh of relief.

In the past, even if he corrected all the documents, Elaro would go through them again. Therefore, every time the Twelve Holy Knights left on a mission together, the work documents would pile up like a mountain, and Elaro would have to work late into the night before he could sleep. The next day, he would still wake up at the “sight of dawn.” It was impossible for him to get more than a little bit of sleep.

“Rhonelin, lead the other platoon members and begin practice. Make sure that they become proficient at the sword skills they learned last time. I will test them next week. If anyone fails…” Elaro frowned, but could not think of any punishment. He only said, “Everyone must pass.”


Kill No More VS 1/2 Prince V1C6: Chapter 6

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Kill No More VS ½ Prince Melee: The Legendary Gods

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Chapter 6 – translated by Dahlys

“Just put it on.” Feng Long Ming, who was also holding a helmet in his hands, put his on right after he had finished talking. Then, he lay down on the sofa in a comfortable position and did not move or speak any further.

Liola did not ponder over it too much. He felt that although these people in front of him were no threat to him in a one-on-one situation, as long as they worked together, they could easily subdue Kaiser and him. Therefore, there was absolutely no need for these people to conspire against the two of them. Once he was certain that there was no danger, Liola put on the helmet. I should take back the Dragon Cross Necklace before doing anything else.

Liola slowly opened his eyes—only to discover that his surroundings had completely changed. Just a moment ago, he had been in a rather ordinary-looking living room, but now, he was standing on a round stage with white fog all around him.

“It’s been a long time since someone new has come here.”

Liola heard someone giggling. He looked up and saw a ravishing beauty spreading her wings and circling around his head. She fluttered her long and thick eyelashes with a hungry expression in her eyes, like a wolf that had gone without prey for too long and had suddenly seen a fat sheep.


No Hero V2C1: Among the Ordinary, an Extraordinary Hero

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No Hero Volume 2: The Hero Grim Reaper

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Legend of a Hero Chapter 1: Among the Ordinary, an Extraordinary Hero—translated by dahlys


Hello? Is that you, Gēge? Have you finished work? Are you free to talk on the phone right now?

You know, I’ve found a butler who is just like Kyle-gē! What? He’s a secretary…?

Is a secretary different from a butler? It’s about the same? Then that’s okay.

Gēge! You know, my butler’s name is Charles Endelis, and he’s a vampire.

Why did I hire him? Because he’s interesting! He’s a vampire that sucks human blood, but he’s also a butler who serves humans… He’s just like me!

Just like me, who is Ah Ye and Dark Sun at the same time!


No Hero V2Prologue: Prologue

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No Hero Volume 2: The Hero Grim Reaper

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Prologue — translated by dahlys

We were on the street. Although it was nighttime, the moon was so bright it was as if it were a giant light bulb in the sky illuminating the entire world.

I wish it were a little darker.

In the sky, the thunder of the helicopter’s propellers gradually faded away. The crowd formed circle after circle around us, but no one made a single sound. They only stared silently.

I wish it were a little noisier.

The young master stood right in front of me, wearing Dark Sun’s usual outfit. He carried the Death Scythe in his hands, whereas I was completely unarmed. My arms were spread out wide as I stood facing the young master, obstructing his path.

However, this was wrong. I could stand in front of the young master and take care of his affairs, or I could stand behind him silently and wait for his next command. What I should not do is face the young master and… confront him.

The silver visor hid the young master’s face so I could not see how he felt about this situation at all. Regarding this, I could only smile bitterly for a moment. I could not talk because there were simply too many humans around us.

The young master did not say anything, but I knew that he was looking at me. Suddenly, however, he tilted his head slightly and looked at the person behind me instead. Through all this, he remained silent… If only the young master could scold me out loud, that would be great.

But perhaps not as great as I am imagining.

I smiled bitterly again. Even if the young master scolded me, I still could not choose to move aside. Therefore, I might actually feel worse, although I would be hard-pressed to imagine what other situation could possibly make me any more miserable than the one I was in right now.

If I had a choice, I would definitely choose to step aside immediately. However, if I could have chosen in the first place, perhaps I would not even choose to stand here and confront the young master?

I really do not wish to stand here.

I did not have a choice. Similarly, the young master also did not have a choice, since everyone in the entire world was watching him swing his scythe.

The young master is a hero, while, right now, I am a vampire that endangers humans.