GOD V2C9: GOD, 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 9: GOD, Part One—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby & elisa)

“Hey! Xiao Bai!”

Shooting Star was looking backward in disbelief. Bai Saya was currently walking at the pace of a tortoise, making Shooting Star so anxious that he shouted, “We’re fleeing for our lives right now! You think we’re taking a stroll or something? Wanna stop and have a bite, too?”

“Huh? Can we?” Bai Saya was indeed walking very slowly. First of all, he knew that the dragon wasn’t going to chase him, and second of all…

Growl!

“I’m so hungry.”

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GOD V2C8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, 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 8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, Part Two—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Minthe & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“How heavy.” Bai Saya was a bit surprised to feel the weight of the egg.

“The egg is about to hatch. However, it is just too small. I am unable to take care of something so small.”

The dragon sighed. Regardless of how willing she was to take care of her friend’s child, she was forced to face reality and put the egg in the care of others. Unfortunately, although they had formed a friendship, she had not concerned herself with her friend’s family. She also did not know if the latter had other extended family members that could help take care of the child. She had no one to ask anymore either.

“Human, you are male and unable to take care of this child. However, are you willing to help me find a mother for the child?”

Looking at the egg in his hands, Bai Saya’s heart was filled with pity. As Shooting Star would say, he was radiating the light of righteousness everywhere again. The swordsman naturally could not refuse the request because of his morals. He nodded and said, “All right, I will do everything I can to find him a good mother.”

“Good.” The dragon nodded her head and replied, “You can take some things from here as you wish as your reward.”

“How could I…”

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GOD V2C8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, 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 8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, Part One—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

With his heart hung up on Bai Saya, Dan did not even bother to find a port to dock the ship. He simply left the boat in the open sea and rowed a small boat to shore. He caught sight of Shooting Star and Alan immediately. They were not searching. One was sitting on the sand and staring blankly, while the other was asleep on his side, dead to the world.

Dan accused them anxiously and angrily, “Why are you here? Where is Saya?”

Shooting Star threw him an unhappy look and responded despondently, “I don’t know! Alan is so tired he can’t move anymore. Other than sitting here, waiting for him to wake, and guarding him all night long… No, it’s still day so it should be guarding him ‘all day long.’ Other than this, what else can I do? Do you expect me to carry him to search for Xiao Bai?”

Upon hearing his words, Dan paced back and forth worriedly. He was too distraught, and this was detrimental toward the mission. He needed to calm down first. Dan worked hard to push down his emotions, and said to Shooting Star, “I will collect information about where the dragon lives from nearby. If the distance is not too far, you should be able to sense your undead pet, right?”

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GOD V2C7: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, 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 7: Overlord of the Seas VS Sovereign of the Skies, Part Two—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Trespasserby & Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Bastard!” Shooting Star was furious. He turned his head to shout at Alan, “Go save Dan!”

Upon hearing these words, Alan hesitated for a bit. However, Shooting Star did not even bother to explain. He also threw the elf’s hands aside and then jumped onto the deck. Because the body of the ship was shaking so terribly, he slid across the deck. Upon seeing a chance, he grabbed a thick rope that was waving in the wind. Then, using the rope, he pulled himself to the side of the boat.

Standing on top of the side of the boat, he yelled loudly, “Bones! Where the hell are you? Hurry up and come out!”

His shout was so loud that even the sounds coming from the battle between dragon and serpent were unable to drown him out.

“Kiki—”

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GOD V2C7: 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