Dominion’s End V4C1: The King, Jiang Shutian, is Born, Part One

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 1: The King, Jiang Shutian, is Born, Part One—translated by Kiki (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Disintegration is a lot simpler than reconstruction. I can make a tree trunk disappear with a wave of my hand, but reconstructing it on the other hand takes a long time and is a lot more difficult. Reconstructing this tree trunk is pretty much my daily limit, and I can only do it because the tree’s composition is fairly simple. The more complicated something is, the harder it is to reconstruct.”

At that point, Dàgē sighed with some dissatisfaction, “I still need to train more.”

You might as well train to destroy the world with a wave of your hand, then!

As expected of someone who would have originally become the Ice Emperor. Your natural talent is enough to make us little mortals want to just bash our heads against a brick of ice and kill ourselves! I hovered between life and death, almost dying several times just to get to tier two. Faced with Dàgē’s power, I really want to kneel down and shout, “Long live the Emperor. Long live His Majesty!”

“But it’s not that there are no limits to disintegration. I tested it on an aberrant and found that dead things are easier to disintegrate than living things. The disparity is still pretty big, and I’m not sure of why.”

I thought a bit and said, “It’s most likely because the energy inside the aberrant is blocking your disintegration. I once heard a theory about how all special abilities are just a way of using energy, just that every individual uses it differently to create different powers. That’s why it doesn’t matter what kind of ability it is—a tier one being will never be able to beat a tier five being.”

Continued

GOD V2C4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part Two

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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 4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part Two—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

“Philo?”

That’s right. The person in front of Bai Saya was none other than Philo, who had adventured with him for around two months and thought of him as a woman the whole time!

However, Philo was currently not dressed like an adventurer. He wore a dark blue knight’s outfit of high quality make, and a gorgeous knight’s sword hung by his waist. He looked just like an elegant noble, much more than Prince Bol.

Philo looked rather surprised. He asked in a hurry, “Saya, I thought you had left..? Eh? Did you just call my name?”

I thought I would never see you and Agid again either, Bai Saya answered in his heart.

“Is it Saya?”

Agid rushed over, squishing his entire body by the door, his eyes large and round. He shouted, “Saya, you’re so beautiful in a dress!”

“Is it Saya-jiějie? Let her come in right away!” came a surprised shout from a girl within.

“Brute, no matter how skinny Saya is, she can’t squeeze through a door that you’re blocking!” The rogue Pisce’s mocking words also sounded from within.

This really is the adventurer team I just left. Bai Saya thought it to be a little strange. Isn’t this Princess Anabelle’s private room?

Agid scratched his head and moved aside with a foolish smile so that Bai Saya could enter. Even though Bai Saya didn’t understand what was going on, the guards were piercing holes into his back, so he could only head inside first before anything else.

Philo told the guards, “Thank you for escorting her over.”

Given the situation, the suspicion in the guards’ eyes dissipated, and after giving a nod to Philo, they left to continue chasing that woman in a black formal dress.

“Saya, you can speak now?” Philo asked both happily and doubtfully.

“Saya, that Dan didn’t bully you, did he?” Agid shouted angrily.

“Saya-jiějie, where’s Shooting Star?”

Bai Saya felt his head spin from getting bombarded by three questions at the same time. Just as he was thinking of how to answer, he was stumped by an enigma—who was that person who asked the last question?

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C1: College Life Part 3—It Was Destined

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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 1: College Life Part 3—It Was Destined—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

Lu Yang put away his cell phone and looked toward the person on the other side of the dining table, a bit happy and a bit frustrated.

“Is Classmate Jiang okay?” the man asked in concern.

“Yeah, he’s beyond okay. He even joined a supernatural studies society. I can’t believe him. Does he feel that there hasn’t been enough ‘supernatural’ stuff happening to him?”

The man smiled a bit, his green eyes and foreign face making him look rather charismatic, with features that were startling similar to Lu Yang’s, who sat across from him.

“Dad, tell me the truth. Will Mom really be able to return in the next few days?”

Lewis, whose Chinese name was Liu Yishi, was apologetic as he smiled and said, “Most likely not. I hear that the coffins in the tomb aren’t in good condition. Your mom will have to spend a lot of time just going over how to deal with that with the team on site. That’s not even considering how to actually solve the problem.”

Lu Yang stared at the roasted duck he had reserved as it sat on the table. Frustration simmered underneath his skin. He had originally thought that they would have a nice meal together as a whole family, so he had specifically made a reservation for a booth at this famous restaurant. He had been afraid they would sell out on the roasted duck, so he had reserved an entire duck, a huge one! And yet, his mom had not returned, and his grandpa had left in a fuss because of her ditching them, and his grandma could only follow after him to calm him down. He couldn’t return the duck he had already ordered, so now they could only eat an entire fat duck with just the two of them, filling his stomach with duck grease.

Continued

Update: October 2018

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October Chapters
  1. No Hero Side Stories 4: Good Child, Bad Child, Part One
  2. Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C1: College Life Part 3—It Was Destined
  3. GOD V2C4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part Two
  4. Dominion's End V4C1: The King, Jiang Shutian, is Born, Part One

Hello everyone, and hello October~

Now that No Hero v6 has wrapped up, we will be releasing the next set of No Hero side stories, a three part story called “Good Child, Bad Child” that focuses on Ah Ye’s daily life. Part Two and Three will come next month!

Congratulations to our winners of the Ultimate 1/2 Prince Test—chizuru, thebookgirl, AB, Seiren, and sandoura! What a feat to score so high! Three prizes have already been distributed, with the two others being worked on. Look forward to your prizes. :D

Just recently, we had some new recruits join us! Thank you for heeding our call for translators. While the effect won’t be obvious with our current releases, I expect there will be less scrambling to meet our deadlines behind the scenes, which will ease a lot of the pressure! Expect to see some new names pop up in our credits as well.

That said, our translation positions are always open, and while we have some new recruits joining us for DE, the NH side is still quite lacking. We welcome help for any of our series (but especially NH right now) even if it’s only for a chapter~. So why not submit an application and give it a shot? ;) It’d probably be a good idea for us to whip up a new recruitment post, but this one has worked pretty well so far, so I’ll link it again.

Last month, Roland came out as the victor of the dark creature battle. I suppose congratulations are in order. Good job, Roland!

This month, the poll is about tying up chickens, thanks to Half Sauce Half Fried! As DE has illuminated for us, trussing up a chicken takes a lot of strength~

Do you have a poll idea? We are taking ideas over here.

Look forward to the releases, and hope you all have a great Halloween. Let us know in the comments if you’re dressing up!

Dominion’s End V4Prologue: Disintegrate and Reconstruct

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Prologue: Disintegrate and Reconstruct—translated by Michimochi (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Chen Qianru died.”

I was stumped for a moment. It’s not that big of a deal, but then again, how did she even get endangered? Chen Qianru couldn’t fight, and she hadn’t even discovered her power. Logically speaking, she should have been in the safest place, where she was unlikely to meet any kind of danger.

Though now that I thought about it, wasn’t I the one who had stayed home back then, and yet still got kidnapped by the bird? In the apocalypse anything could happen. An abnormal mouse might have bitten her life away.

Junjun explained what happened to those college students in further detail.

“I told Su Ying to hide in her room and avoid coming out, so as to prevent Dàgē killing her as well. The same with Ding Jun. Everyone told him to try staying out of Dàgē’s sight.”

What? Don’t tell me that this means that Chen Qianru died under Dàgē’s hands?

What the hell happened here? I really don’t understand. Although Dàgē is not the type that would be lenient toward a pretty girl, he is definitely not the type that would kill for no reason, let alone a woman who didn’t even have the strength to truss up a chicken. He still tolerated woman just a bit more than men.

“Why would Dàgē want to obliterate those college students?” I couldn’t understand even after pondering over this for the nth time. Asking would be much faster.

Continued