The Legend of Sun Knight V6Prologue: A Safeguard

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Legend of the Sun Knight Volume 6: The Undying Lich, Part Two

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


Prologue: A Safeguard – translated by Doza

A few more days remained until the ceremony to pass on the title of Judgment Knight. Lesus was not the least bit nervous about it. He had already been practicing in the Judge’s Complex for several years and often helped Teacher with his paperwork. One could say that he had already performed all the duties expected of the Judgment Knight.

Truth be told, over the past two years Teacher had already been giving him most of the work to do.

Lesus believed that he was capable of the Judgment Knight’s duties, so he felt that the upcoming inheritance ceremony was merely a formality.

Although he would become the Judgment Knight in a few days, he was still deferential to the current Judgment Knight, who was his teacher. Presently, he bowed his head slightly and waited humbly for Teacher’s instructions.

Continued

Female Warrior Prologue V2C1: Number, 1, Prologue

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Female Warrior Prologue Volume 2: The Number is Twelve

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


Chapter 1: Number, 1, Prologue – translated by Doza

Previously:

Due to his teacher Lorenzo Luis’s final wish, Silvester began searching for his teacher’s old companion, one of the Holy King’s two wives—the Warrior Queen.

With great difficulty, he finally managed to find the Warrior Queen, who now goes by the name of Carol and travels all around the world.

After much pestering and the use of his teacher’s name, Silvester managed to make Carol agree to become his companion, and now they travel the continent together…

Continued

Female Warrior Prologue V1C1: Light and Shadow Part 1

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Female Warrior Prologue Volume 1: Light and Shadow

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


Chapter 1: Light and Shadow Part 1 – translated by Doza

“You really are a good person!”

The wandering bard happily surveyed his room. That’s right! It was a room for him alone. He had not expected that the eccentric Red Cloak would not only take him in, but even help him book another room. Initially, he had felt that even sleeping on the floor would be good enough! Sure enough, his luck today was pretty good.

“… Ramble on any more and I’ll slaughter you with my blade.”

The bard exclaimed in surprise, “Eh? You use blades? Normally everyone wants to use a ‘sword’ to chop me up!”1

Looks like this fellow has frequently angered other people. Red Cloak didn’t know whether to laugh or cry.

“Since you have treated me so well, I will sing the Ballad of the Warrior Queen to you once more as a lullaby before you go to sleep!”

“No need…”

Continued

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