GODV4C3: Prince

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 4: The First Duel

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


Chapter 3: Prince—translated by lucathia (proofread by elisa)

“Huh? Milord, do you know this…”

Partway through his question, Rainfall was unsure how to continue. Calling him a “gentleman” was too formal, since this demon was just a child, but if he didn’t address him respectfully, he might offend him—offending someone who knew demon royalty wasn’t something any demon wished to do.

The prince and Shooting Star stared at each other. A bead of sweat dripped down both of their foreheads. Neither knew how to respond.

“Demon?”

Alan also walked out, not at all hiding the disgust on his face.

Rainfall couldn’t help his confusion. Even though there were plenty of people who hated demons, wasn’t it a bit strange for him to hate demons so much when he had one among his companions?

Bai Saya glanced at the two demons who were staring wide-eyed at each other. He asked in curiosity, “Shooting Star, do you know him? Oh right, his demonic emblem and yours are…” So similar.

Before he spoke the final two words, a nearly identical scowl came over both Shooting Star and the prince. Then, as if coordinated in advance, they pounced on Bai Saya. Shooting Star was responsible for grabbing Bai Saya’s head and covering his mouth simultaneously, while the prince was responsible for lifting his feet. Three people on four legs rushed into the room next door. Afterwards, the door slammed shut with a “bang,” leaving the two groups to stare at each other.

“What is Shooting Star up to?” Saiximili was carrying all of his mushroom crackers. He poked his head out of the room to ask with mild interest but was too lazy to leave the room.

“Don’t know, don’t care. I’m going to feed Yaya.” Alan answered coldly and glanced at the two demon guards haughtily before he returned to the room. Unfortunately, the room no longer had a door, or else he would have definitely slammed it shut to emphasize just how much he despised demons.

“Should we protect milord?” the demon guards asked Rainfall, not knowing what to do.

They repeated the question several times before Rainfall finally recovered from the prince’s odd behavior. “What? Oh, oh! Keep your distance from the door but continue to guard Milord.”

After seeing the guards nod, Rainfall still wasn’t reassured and said, “Remember to keep your distance. Since Milord ducked into the room, then he definitely does not want any living being to hear his conversation.”

The guards nodded seriously. As bodyguards of the royal family, they clearly understood that some conversations weren’t meant to be heard.
Continued

Update: October 2022

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October Chapters
  1. GODV4C3: Prince
  2. Big and Little Sun Go Go 48: [Spoiler]
  3. Illusions, Lies, Truth V5C3: Home, Part 1—Reunion Dinner
  4. Eclipse Hunter V4C2: Cherish; Neglect
  5. Dominion's End V6C9: Daddy, Gēge, and Me

We’re back! Happy Halloween! We also finally have a GOD chapter!

Last time, Dark Sun was voted the most for who should be summoned. Will he be summoned? Or will it be someone else? We’ll find out with this next chapter~

This month, the poll is about haunted houses! You choose more than one group of characters (up to 3)!

Update: August 2022

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August Chapters
  1. Big and Little Sun Go Go 46: Just Draw Blood to Study First
  2. Big and Little Sun Go Go 47: Elaro's Choice

Hey all, enjoy some more of Elaro and Grisia’s adventures! No chapters from our other series this month.

Our email is unfortunately not working at the moment, as well as access to our poll ideas. If you need to reach us, the best way is through comments here!

Last month, “the ability to sense the presence of all living things around you” won the poll! That would be quite the power to have.

This month, we have a poll related to Big and Little Sun! Our creative polls from readers will have to wait until we can access our poll ideas again, or if we can’t, we’ll be making a new Google forms to gather new ideas. Thank you so much for all the ideas!

ETA: September/October update coming soon!

Dominion’s End V6C8: Sudden Death From Above

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Dominion’s End Volume 6: The Unknown Elite

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 8: Sudden Death From Above—translated by Miaka_Mei, lucathia & Elkin (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

I made sure to be as quiet as possible, silently making my way toward Shangguan Chenhong’s group. Fortunately, there was a mountain forest behind the base. I wouldn’t be easily detected when moving through the forest.

The enemy stopped in front of the back entrance before splitting into two groups. Shangguan Chenhong had four people standing by his side, while the rest spread out in a clear search for me.

Just how much do they underestimate my strength? Even if they didn’t go up the walls and see the frozen horned mice shish kebabs, shouldn’t they at least take me seriously for ambushing and killing fifty of their men?

Shangguan Chenhong probably thinks that I wasn’t alone in that night’s ambush. He even has a dozen fully armed elite soldiers under his command. Maybe that’s why he’s acting so carelessly… Hmm. If he didn’t encounter a tier three like me, perhaps it wouldn’t be careless of him. Having powerful firepower and energy guns, and a body strengthened from eating crystals, it’s more than enough to let him do whatever he wants in the early stages of the apocalypse.

At least, it’s sufficient enough until the arrival of the second Moment of Judgment.

After the second Judgment’s arrival, the aberrants’ strength increased. Although humans grew stronger, the aberrants gained a bigger leap in strength. The disparity between the strong and the weak became even larger. It was even more difficult for humans to survive.

After waking from a night of torture and agony, humans had to deal with even stronger aberrants. Supplies were getting scarce, and the winter was growing colder. Suicide rates peaked during the first few months after the third Moment of Judgment. The good-hearted ones would blow their head off while committing suicide, so as to avoid harming others after waking up and turning into an aberrant.

They killed themselves because all hope was gone, right?

Despite how harsh the apocalypse was, if there was some hope in staying alive, most humans would want to keep living. Not to mention my people, we’re definitely tough enough!

If people were given a little bit of hope…

I took a deep breath, not wanting to think about things so far into the future. Let’s deal with what’s right in front of us first. I tapped my chest with a finger, and let Xiaorong’s branches creep along the ground in that direction.

The enemy had more than ten people, and they were moving separately. If I wanted to fight it out, it wasn’t impossible to win as long as I played some tricks, but my aim was to take Shangguan Chenhong hostage and then “reason” with Zhu Yuanzhou. Killing more people would only deepen their grudge. That wouldn’t be good for anybody. We might as well use them to fight off the aberrants.

Let’s just have Xiaorong drag Shangguan Chenhong over. Once I’ve got him in my hands, the enemy would have no choice but to listen to us.

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V5C3: Inheritance, Part 3—Lu Le

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 5: The Fallen, Jiu Ge, Part One

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


Chapter 3: Inheritance, Part 3—Lu Le—translated by lucathia (proofread by null)

After Lu Yang finished placing the incense, he walked down from the temple’s steps with a heavy heart and stared at the smoke beside the incense burner.

“What is it, darling? Did Laojun say something to you? Why do you look unhappy?”

Having just walked to the front hall, Liu Yishi saw that his son seemed off and immediately grew a bit worried. Could Laojun have given him some sort of hint? Lu Yang looks anxious, so it probably isn’t anything good.

“No, it’s Ziya.” Lu Yang lifted his head and said, “He seems spooked by yesterday’s case and says he has a headache, so he needs to rest for a few days.”

He was beginning to doubt whether it was a good or bad thing to drag Ziya into solving cases. Even though Jiang Ziya kept saying he wanted to help, he might be forcing himself? Slaying demons, which often also included getting mentally battered by all sorts of illusions, wasn’t something regular people would want to face.

But was the black shadow at the apartment really that scary?

Continued