Romance RPG V1C7: Part Seven

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Romance RPG

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


Part Seven—translated by Doza

Strange, why isn’t he moving anymore? Did he actually get angry? Miss A Hundred Points, who was also Meng, suddenly felt that the sword in her hand was no longer moving. She couldn’t help but frown as she pondered over it.

Feeling embarrassed, Meng lifted the sword out of the river. She was only a bit angry that the sword had come online, but hadn’t told her. Also, she was feeling a little self-conscious. Her worries had been overheard by a guy… sword, so she had pushed the sword into the water, merely thinking of reducing her discomfort.

“Sigh! Why am I getting embarrassed by a sword? I’m such an idiot.”

Meng sighed as she glanced at the sword. However, the sword’s pair of eyes that grew beneath the hilt was closed tightly, and his pair of lips even further down appeared purple. Meng started panicking and yelled desperately, “Sword? Sword, what’s wrong with you? Don’t joke around anymore. If you dare to scare me on purpose, you’re doomed.”

Meng shook the sword left and right. However, the sword didn’t open his eyes. On the contrary, a lot of foam seeped out of his mouth. Meng had a flash of realization and thought, Don’t tell me he was drowning?

Continued

No Hero V3C2: The Grief of Non-Humans and the Tears of Humans

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No Hero Volume 3: Non-Human Killer

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Human, Non-Human Killer Chapter 2: The Grief of Non-Humans and the Tears of Humans—translated by Doza

January 29, 2110, Rainy

Today I met the Sun Emperor! He was just as mature and steady as I imagined, while being so arrogant that he treats everyone like dust… He’s not a good man, but he truly is a captivating one!

However, this is really too inconceivable. The little young master is actually the Sun Emperor’s younger brother?!

The solitary Sun Emperor actually has a younger brother. My god, if I sold this piece of news, I probably wouldn’t have to worry about money for the next few hundred years.

However, the Sun Emperor doesn’t want the world to find out about the little young master.

If I dared to sell this piece of news, it wouldn’t just be a few hundred years that I’d have no worries about money. I most likely wouldn’t have to worry for eternity.

Dead men have no use for money… Nor do dead vampires.

Continued

Romance RPG V1C6: Part Six

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Romance RPG

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


Part Six—translated by Doza

After the string of words left his mouth, Lin Jian Yin realized that he had somehow scolded someone again. He immediately closed his mouth, but the words were already out. Even Bai Xue Chen was shaking his head at the side, in a manner as if it were all over. Moreover, the person who had gotten scolded was fully stunned for several minutes. Finally, she managed to completely digest Lin Jian Yin’s poisonous words. With a calm face, she said in a flat tone, “I understand now. I won’t dress so inappropriately in the future.”

“Don’t mind him. Jian Yin’s just like that. He scolds even me as regularly as he eats, so don’t take his words to heart. He doesn’t have any malicious intent.” Bai Xue Chen had no choice but to speak up for his best friend, so that Lin Jian Yin would not set a new record by scaring a manager away two days in a row.

“It doesn’t matter.” He could not tell whether Ye Meng Ling was truly unaffected, though her expression was calm and her tone fairly even. She grabbed her bag and shoved her notebook back inside.

Lin Jian Yin frowned and blurted out, “It’s moldy and the color of shit. Why are there such ugly woolen bags?”

“…” Bai Xue Chen looked speechlessly at his best friend, who “couldn’t say a single nice word.”

Continued

Kill No More VS 1/2 Prince V1C4: Chapter 4

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Kill No More VS ½ Prince Melee: The Legendary Gods

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


Chapter 4—translated by Doza

Everyone was almost done snatching up the food. Just then, the housewife swallowed the last wonton in chili sauce and contentedly set down her chopsticks. The housewife slowly turned to Liola and said, “You! You didn’t eat anything! Do you have a complaint with the food I cooked?”

Liola froze, and then replied honestly, “I didn’t want to fight with anyone over the food.”

The moment the housewife heard that, she gave Cold Fox a glare. Then she said, “Okay, I’ll consider it Cold Fox’s fault. Oh right, I’m called Feng Lan. What are your names?”

“Liola.”

“Kaiser.”

“Baolilong!”

Baolilong loudly proclaimed its name. Feng Lan chuckled, saying at the same time, “I know you’re called Baolilong. In the future, don’t eat my Meatbun. It’s made out of metal. You will get indigestion if you eat it.”

After hearing that, Baolilong pouted and muttered, “Baolilong has eaten such a white-white thing before. It’s very good.”

Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V8C8: “The Call of Light; the Darkness that Cannot be Seen—Oracle”

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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 Eighth Chapter of the Final Battle: “The Call of Light; the Darkness that Cannot be Seen—Oracle”—translated by Doza

Upon my return to the Demon King’s Castle, I summoned a certain long-term resident for the first time.

“Princess Alice, it’s been a while.”

I sat down on the throne languidly. Charlotte was standing to one side, while Taylen and Vidar were being held captive by two of my three sable warriors. Even though I could use my endless flow of dark element to wrap them up like black snowmen, Adair said that the Demon King should not have to attend to everything personally. Instead, he should let his underlings take care of the trivial matters.

Princess Alice stood in the middle of the castle hall, carrying a child in one arm as she peered curiously at the three strangers.

I used my farsight to observe her. As expected, Princess Alice’s beauty was not reputed for nothing. No wonder she was so proud of it. She was as graceful as a rose—it seemed she had managed to turn her skin fair again—and even though she was a mother of three, she still gave off the air of a young lady. It didn’t surprise me that Awaitsun, that ultra-handsome guy, had been so infatuated that he lost all reasoning and even eloped with her.

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