Update: May 2019

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May Chapters
  1. No Hero V7C5: Paradise, the Ideal City
  2. Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C4: School Wonders Part 1—Step by Step
  3. GOD V2C7P2: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part Two
  4. Dominion's End V4C5: An Unexpected Encounter, Part Two

Here’s what we’ll be releasing in May!

Our current contest is a No Hero recipe contest that runs until the end of this month, May 31st. Come take a look~. We have handcrafted cutouts by Arcedemius that you can win, among other cool prizes. :D

Last month, 1/2 Prince won the poll of which series Jiang Shuyu should trip into (which actually happens in the April Fools’ chapter~. Translator had such fun with that).

The idea for the poll this month is thanks to ArmadaTW. Thanks so much!

We’d love to hear poll ideas from everyone. You can submit them here.

GOD V2C7P1: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part One

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 7: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part One—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Whoa, a sea serpent!”

Shooting Star joyfully shouted as he tugged on Alan’s sleeve, “Alan, look! It’s a huge sea serpent!”

Alan shot a look at Shooting Star and felt a bit helpless. Should I say that Shooting Star has courage, or say that he has no brain? Is this the time to be excited?

However, the elf’s worry was reduced by half because of Shooting Star’s obtuse personality. He calmed down and studied the giant creature in the sea in detail. Probably only one third of its body was showing, yet it was taller than the ship’s highest point at the crow’s nest. This body could be described as “long and thin.” However, when faced with the fact that it was three times the thickness of the mast of a huge ship, the word “thin” couldn’t be applied to it at all.

The other party had a flat head, satiny skin, incomparably gigantic eyes that were long and slender, and long narrow fangs that poked out from its mouth. It did indeed look like what Shooting Star had mentioned, a “sea serpent.” Only this one was many times larger than the average sea serpent.

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C3: Existence’s Bane Part 3—The Society

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 3: In the Name of God, Part One

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


Chapter 3: Existence’s Bane, Part 3—The Society—translated by lucathia (proofread by Taffygirl13 & Trespasserby)

After walking out of the building, Lu Yang indicated to the two policemen standing on guard outside the building that they were done, letting them know they could call support to come and process the homicide scene.

Lu Yang briefly said, “The female student’s name is Li Yao, a math major. Her identity should be easy to look up, but there’s no way to find out who the murderer is. However, it should be a practitioner. My dad will support your investigation. When he’s not around and you need to be in this building, you must have at least three people present.”

Even if Qing Wei Gong had the ability to discover the identity of the practitioner, they could not bring the practitioner to justice. They still needed the police to find evidence. Only then could the practitioner be sentenced.

“Got it.” Hu Lican suddenly thought of something and said in embarrassment, “Xiao Yang, I don’t think I’ll be able to apply for a subsidy for you this time. This case is too big. I can’t go under the radar and get a subsidy using some other reason.”

Lu Yang rolled his eyes at him and said reluctantly, “You owe me hotpot next time!”

Hu Lican immediately agreed. He understood the price of practitioners very well. Hotpot was nothing. Even treating him to a buffet of king crabs would be well worth it!

Fang Da was already looking at them as if they were great masters.

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C3: Existence’s Bane Part 3—The Society (April Fool’s)

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 3: In the Name of God, Part One

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


Chapter 3: Existence’s Bane, Part 3—The Society—translated by Translator

Lu Yang arrived at the club’s location for the first time as a member of the Supernatural Phenomena Studies Society and had no comments about the walls mottled like those of a ghost house.

Unexpectedly, Lin Zhixiang was actually present as well. Jiang Ziya had thought that she wouldn’t attend anymore. Her initial reason for joining the club had just been a desire to figure out whether or not unexplainable happenings truly existed in this world, and using that to clarify what in the world her existence’s bane’s natal chart truly was.

“Hello.” Lin Zhixiang looked at Lu Yang a bit nervously. She hadn’t seen him when she went to Qing Wei Gong in the morning, but she kept hearing from the elders about a “Xiao Yang.” Even though they hadn’t brought up anything substantial, she could tell that this “Xiao Yang” was nothing to sneeze at.

When he saw Lin Zhixiang, Lu Yang frowned. He had already told Jiang Ziya not to mention what happened to Li Yao for now. They should complete tonight’s night venture before bringing it up to prevent something else from happening. However, the latest they would be able to put it off would just be until tomorrow, as Lin Zhixiang was likely to hear about it.

Continued

GOD V2C7P1: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part One (April Fool’s)

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 7: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part One—translated by Translator

“Whoa, a sea serpent!”

Shooting Star joyfully shouted as he tugged on Alan’s sleeve, “Alan, look! It’s a huge sea serpent!”

Alan shot a look at Shooting Star and felt a bit helpless. Should I say that Shooting Star has guts, or say that he has no brain? Is this the time to be excited?

At that moment, the serpent moved. Even though it had not touched the body of the boat, the boat immediately began to rock strongly.

The sailors ran around on the deck in panic, yet powerlessly realized that they did not know where they could escape to. The situation was unbelievably chaotic. There was only a young boy gripping a completely unperturbed elf in a death-grip, with an expression of great happiness and joy.

Continued