No Hero V5C6: Sincere Request; Willful Demand

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Angel Falls Chapter Six: Sincere Request; Willful Demand—translated by XianBang (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Gē, there’s a pretty girl outside looking for you!”

A pretty girl? Could it be Melody… no, Luo Lun would recognize Melody.

“Ji Luo Chu, you went with Ah Ye to the nightclub, right? You’d better tell me exactly what happened that day, not a single word less, unless you want to be fed to the fishes!”

Turns out it’s Ah Ye’s mistress. Fed to the fishes… you’re not going to open your mouth and eat me, right? Isn’t a merperson still a fish?

“Poseidynne-jiě, don’t be like this!” Briar was grasping at Poseidynne’s hand with all her might to the side.

“TELL. ME. Word. For. Word!”

Word for word? Wouldn’t it be enough to mention only the things relevant to Ah Ye? Ah Ye, take your mistress back to your family’s fish tank! I’m busy with work, and I need to be a hero. I don’t have time to raise fish!


Luo Lun screamed, “Gē! All of the faucets and pipes in our house have exploded!”

…That day, Ah Ye suddenly wanted to go to a nightclub, so we went to a nightclub called Seaside… Oh, right! That shop’s owner seemed to know you.

Poseidynne furiously shouted, “You’re lying! How could Ah Ye want to go to a nightclub?”

He just wanted to go that day! He didn’t do much there. He just danced with Melody, then sang “Vampire.”

“You’re lying! What about that female drummer?”

What female drummer…

“Gē! The bathtub exploded too!”

My god, Ah Ye, take your family’s fish back, now!


No Hero V5C4: Soft Lips; Sky-Rending Voice

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Angel Falls Chapter Four: Soft Lips; Sky-Rending Voice—translated by XianBang (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

Was it impossible to stop Dark Sun even with the strength of three people combined?

The three of us really weren’t fighting seriously, or else we wouldn’t have lost so badly. But the question was… even if we really tried, would we have won?

I hoped that this question would never have an answer, but I couldn’t help remember what Xie Wei once said while facing us three heroes.

“There’s no doubt that powerful heroes are useful, but if those powerful heroes choose to stop being good people, they will become the most fearsome criminals! You heroes… frighten people!”

I didn’t believe I would fall from grace, and even if it actually happened, it would be okay. There were far too many opponents whom I could never defeat. Solitary Butterfly’s situation was similar to mine. Although Dragon Peace had unmatched strength as well as a hard-to-wound body—a truly difficult opponent to stop—Dark Sun could still stop him!

So when Xie Wei said that, I was not particularly worried. But today was the first time I realized: Dark Sun, when you fall from grace, will we be able to stop you? You are too…



No Hero V5C2: Silver Visor; Black Pupils

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Angel Falls Chapter Two: Silver Visor; Black Pupils—translated by XianBang (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Nice to meet you. I am An Xiang Ye.”

This boy was pretty indeed, but he had something even more precious than mere beauty. He had a smile like an angel’s.

“Luo Chu-gē, you can just call me Ah Ye. This is Charles. He is… He is my butler.”

He even has a butler, such an unusual profession. Could An Xiang Ye be the young master of a rich family? That would be terrible. My little photo studio can’t afford to pay so much for a model… ah! Who cares! This boy smiles like an angel, and acts perfectly natural in front of the camera lens. Every movement attracts people’s eyes! As a photographer, how could I pass by this kind of model?

However, he actually has a head of silver hair.

So does Dark Sun.

But in saying that, Dark Sun’s hair color couldn’t possibly really be silver, right? How could a hero not cover up such a conspicuous color?

But no matter what, An Xiang Ye will be a good model. I had that kind of feeling.


No Hero V5C1: Reach Out Your Hand; Sharp Metal Claws

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Angel Falls Chapter One: Reach Out Your Hand; Sharp Metal Claws—translated by XianBang (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Gē, guess what…”

Wait, Luo Lun. I have to finish going over the model info first. If we still can’t find a satisfactory model, our ads will be ruined.

“That’s what I was just gonna say! I’m telling you, a super beautiful customer came to our store today. Even Olga praised the customer’s refinement!” 
Oh? Even Olga? Is it a girl?

“No, it’s a guy.” 

A pretty guy? Ha! Look at all these male models I have here. Which one isn’t pretty? 

“Hey! They can hardly compare to Ah Ye! Anyways, if you see him, you’ll understand. You’d better come!”


Romance RPG V1C22: Part Twenty-two

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Romance RPG

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

Part Twenty-two—translated by XianBang (proofread by Trespasserby & Erro; C/E edited by lucathia)

Meng walked out somewhat shyly, a pink satin evening gown clinging gently to her body. The graceful satin material made her ordinarily too-slender appearance charmingly gentle. Her puffy dress and long, plain hairstyle, in addition to her shy blush, brought out an endearing air. Although not as gorgeous as Marisa, she had a different kind of attraction that made people involuntarily want to protect her.

“Every woman knows how to transform.” Sword Spirit was shocked. He could scarcely believe that she was the same white and blue slipper-wearing woman who had hair like an auntie.

Meng was a little nervous. She tugged at her hem and adjusted the satin of the bodice, then cautiously asked, “Does this look good? Is it a bit too cute?”

Only after Meng repeated her question several times did the intently staring Sword Spirit finally realize she was talking to him. A little embarrassed, he turned his eyes away and carelessly answered, “It’s passable. Go with that.”

”Oh,” said Meng, her head drooping. She returned to the dressing room to take the dress off. When she walked out again, the store clerk hastily took the dress and started packaging it. When he was done, he rubbed his hands while quickly saying, “This dress looks very nice on you. The price is also reasonable. It’s a wise choice to buy it.”

When she heard the word “price,” Meng immediately widened her eyes, cautiously asking, “How… how much does this cost?”