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.
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.