Dominion’s End V5C5: Danger Lurks Around Every Corner of Lan City

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Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 5: Danger Lurks Around Every Corner of Lan City—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by Faren & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

I was squatting in a triangular shadow beneath the escalator. My whole body was covered with smelly blood. This was the result from just now when I’d dashed into a large hall that was covered with fresh blood and rotting flesh. The hellish place was actually heaven to me as I had immediately rolled around on the floor.

And just like that, the Yggdrasil Earthworm slithered back and forth on the streets for a while before reluctantly leaving.

Having been relentlessly pursued, I had attempted to strike back from time to time, but there were just too many factors—the heads were dreadfully fast, and they numbered too many. They were pretty much unavoidable. If the heads hadn’t been slowed down by its enormous body, I would have already been swallowed into its stomach.

However, that Yggdrasil Earthworm was still very fast despite being slowed down. It moved much like a snake would, though I really had no idea what it had transmuted from. I had never heard stories of this kind of thing in my past life either.

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Dominion’s End V5C4: The Clash of Ice and Lightning

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Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison

Original novel in Chinese by: 禦我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 4: The Clash of Ice and Lightning—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by Elkin & lucathia)

“Shuyu, where you goin’?”

Cain faintly called out from behind me, but I simply couldn’t pay attention to anyone else. I was rushing at full speed, my mind filled with only thoughts of Shujun getting in all kinds of crises. She might be wounded, bleeding, or even…

I sprinted, ignoring the small voice at the back of my mind warning me that I should remain because there were hardly any JDT members left at the base, and that Dàgē was with Shujun—but then, why was she throwing so many lightning bolts?

Although I’d always said that Shujun’s ability was frighteningly powerful, her strength was in her fine manipulation of her power. If I had to honestly gauge her power, she wasn’t weak but she wasn’t that much stronger than the other JDT members either, particularly after their pace of improvement skyrocketed after they truly understood the strength and importance of special powers.

Shujun would have to go all-out to produce such a large cluster of lightning. She wouldn’t have done such a thing if she hadn’t truly been in danger, because I had warned her over and over again to exert the barest minimum amount of energy to defeat the enemy. You’ll never know what kind of aberrant you’ll meet around the corner of the next street. One must never exhaust one’s energy unless absolutely necessary.

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Dominion’s End V5C1: The Ice Spears, in the Making

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Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 1: The Ice Spears, in the Making—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

Wen Jianuo was a very meticulous guy and kept asking after the severity of leaking information. But being a decisive guy as well, once he understood the severity, he immediately set off to find his fellow comrades and finally only brought along nine people.

With Ah Nuo, Ah Qing, Su Ying, and me, our total number was thirteen. What a coincidence, it just so happens to be Thirteen’s name. Thirteen would become a future aberrant elite, so it’s a lucky number, I guess?

Things like luck were a real headache for me. I had no idea how I could change the Jiang family’s bad luck.

Wen Jianuo said to the nine people, “This is the vice-captain of our squad, Jiang Shuyu. I say ‘vice-captain,’ but everyone knows who to listen to, right?”

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Dominion’s End V5Prologue: Captain of the Ice Spears

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Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Prologue: Captain of the Ice Spears—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by EvlNabiki; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Join my squad!”

I simply got straight to the point. Things had already reached this stage; it was meaningless to continue beating around the bush.

Chen Yanqing’s face brightened, and he almost gave a quick nod. But Wen Jianuo, also known as Ah Nuo, grabbed and pulled the former backward, then stepped forward himself.

“On what terms?”

Thank god he’s not demanding a dowry…

I harrumphed and said, “Discussing terms with me? Do you have holes in your brain? My family’s big brother is the boss of this troop. Consider yourself lucky that you get to join my squad. You’d actually dare haggle over terms with me?”

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Dominion’s End V4Epilogue: Afterword

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

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


Extra 2: One Day in the Apocalypse—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by EvlNabiki & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

[The Jiang Family Is Shameless]

“Dàgē, I feel ashamed to face the Jiang family’s ancestors and descendants. I swing both ways. I’m so depraved that I’ll sleep with men and women, sob sob…”

“Which two? I’ll bring them back for you.”

Sob sob… I’m a disgrace to the Jiang family. My IQ is actually so low that I tried to discuss integrity with Dàgē, sob sob… ”

[Comparing brothers, who’s afraid of you?]

“Feng, my surname is Jiāng (疆), while yours is Jìn (靳). Our common point is that it takes too many strokes to write those characters in Chinese, while both of our brothers aren’t very good at studying. I wonder, if a teacher punishes my brother and your brother to write their family name, who would write the fastest?”

“Your bro.”

“No, it’s your brother. My brother would turn in a blank paper and look at the teacher while crossing his legs. Then the teacher would take the initiative and surrender.”

“My bro would order his men to dump the teacher in an oil drum, and pour cement into it to submerge into the bay.”

“…Okay, you win.”

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