Romance RPG V1C9: Part Nine

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Romance RPG

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


Part Nine—translated by Doza

“Silence before the imperial palace!”

A thunderous roar sounded, and the two of them were greatly startled. With their hearts thumping nervously, they looked toward the source of the voice. Only then did they realize that as they were quarreling, they had arrived at the imperial palace. In front of the imposing and magnificent gates stood two soldiers clad in chainmail, each with a sword hanging at their waist. Both of their faces wore unpleasant expressions. One could even say that they were giving Meng and Sword Spirit unfriendly glares.

Meng immediately backed up several steps and then timidly replied in a whisper, “S-Sorry,” without considering whether or not the guards could hear her.

Sword Spirit, on the other hand, was fearless. He even urged Meng, “Hurry up, hurry up. Tell them that you want to go into the palace to meet the prince.”

“They won’t allow that…” Meng was a little hesitant.

Continued

Kill No More VS 1/2 Prince V1C8: Chapter 8

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Kill No More VS ½ Prince Melee: The Legendary Gods

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


Chapter 8—translated by Doza

As expected, calling Baolilong in this place did not work. Liola helplessly climbed on board the clam. Even though he initially felt rather anxious, after a while, he found that there was actually no need for this worry. That was because… Right at the start, he was tossed up into the ceiling, and after he fell back down, he was completely knocked out.

Only when XiMen Feng shook him awake did Liola reopen his eyes. But with this one look, he felt that everything in front of his eyes was spinning. XiMen Feng looked as if he knew the art of cloning; one person had become several people. Liola painfully groaned, “I feel really dizzy.”

“That’s normal. It’s a miracle that you didn’t die.”

XiMen Feng chuckled evilly. He already knew that after riding in An Rui, there was practically no one who could walk out normally. Of course at these times, it was an excellent opportunity to take advantage of them, and it could even be done openly and look honorable. He lifted Liola onto his shoulder, and then stepped out of the clam with a swagger. He was just short of gleefully singing aloud.

“Do you see that tower? That’s where the Dictator lives… Eh? It looks like there are others here already.” A strange expression appeared on XiMen Feng’s face. He squinted and scrutinized those figures. Could it be Prince’s group? There also seems to be some new faces.

Continued

Kill No More VS 1/2 Prince V1C7: Chapter 7

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Kill No More VS ½ Prince Melee: The Legendary Gods

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


Chapter 7—translated by Doza

Liola gave the man a cold glare, and the latter suddenly felt his entire body turn cold. He could not stop himself from averting his gaze, but in the next moment, he had a strange realization. Why was he scared of a woman’s glare? He muttered under his breath, “It can’t be. Only the women in Prince’s house should be this terrifying… Don’t tell me it’s another Prince-branded crazy girl?”

No way. However beautiful a woman was, as long as she was from Prince’s household, he would not pick her up, even in the face of death. The man swept away his previous lecherous look and asked bluntly, “Hey, are you from Prince’s household?”

“No,” Liola replied straightforwardly. He did not know any prince at all.

“Oh, huh… Then, what are you doing in Second Life? Don’t you know that this place is known as the Death Experience Region? Novices who come here would all get killed by the NPCs for fun.” The man glanced at him suspiciously.

Liola understood less than half of what he had just said. He frowned and said, “I came to find the Dictator of Life.”

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Romance RPG V1C8: Part Eight

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Romance RPG

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


Part Eight—translated by Doza

“Just as I arrived today, the auntie next door, the uncle in the west, and a whole crowd of villagers, told me to set out on my journey at once. Otherwise, I would not be in time for the castle ball. Although I have a sword, it never gave me any suggestions. Consequently, I was forced to pick my bag up from the table, read the map drawn on the invitation card, and set off.”

Meng monotonously narrated the reason why a person and a sword had appeared on a prairie. The sword was currently sticking out of Meng’s backpack. Even though his eyes and mouth were exposed, having just been sent spinning into the air by Meng, Lin Jian Yin did not dare to open his mouth.

“I took a look at the items inside the pack. There are only some rations, a skirt, and money.”

As she had been having this monologue for a while, Meng was feeling rather bored. Her tone softened a bit, and thinking of asking the sword for his opinion, she turned her head back to ask, “Sword, will it be fine if we directly attend the ball?”

When he heard that Meng did not sound as cold as before, a string of words immediately flowed out from Lin Jian Yin, “Of course not. At the very least, you have to dress yourself up. Look at you, your head is like some bird’s nest or an old woman’s. Don’t even mention the prince; you wouldn’t even be able to pick up the elderly king.

Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V8C10: “God’s; the Demon King’s; the People’s—Plan”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 8: Ending the Demon King, Part Two

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


The Tenth Chapter of the Final Battle: “God’s; the Demon King’s; the People’s—Plan”—translated by Doza

Upon returning to the Demon King’s Castle, I arrived at a place I almost never visited: the hall for summoning the undead army.

It was dark and chaotic inside. There were more than ten summoning circles drawn on the floor, and piles of dark elemental gems—which I had made—were scattered all over the place. Furthermore, there were many undead creatures that had just been summoned, and clearly had not come to their senses yet. Even though they were under orders, there were still many wandering about in a daze.

With the exception of the undead creatures surging ceaselessly from the magic circles, Scarlet was the only one present. I had initially thought that Illu might be there too, but he was not. Excellent.

The moment Scarlet saw me, she set aside the summoning magic at her hands and floated over to my side.

“Child, why are you crying?”

I looked toward her, but I couldn’t offer even a single word in reply, because I did not know what the matter was, either.

Continued

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