Big and Little Sun Go Go 28: Aldrizzt

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 28: Aldrizzt—translated by Simone (proofread by Arcedemius & Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

“The readers guessed Lesus Judgment. The special quest failed.”

Elaro looked at his teacher.

“…” Grisia was speechless.

The familiar, huge water mirror appeared again. The mirror’s surface rippled, and a dark-skinned elf with white hair and long ears stepped out. He was frowning, his expression skeptical and cautious.

“Elaro, you guys are really here!”

He cried out in surprise as soon as he saw Elaro. However, when he noticed the golden-haired, blue-eyed little girl, he asked, confused, “Charsia, how can you be here? Where’s your father? Didn’t ‘Will’ say Grisia was also here?”

Grisia angrily said, “I am Charsia’s father!”

Aldrizzt stared at him with wide eyes and stammered, “G-Grisia?”

“It’s me.”

Grisia simply admitted, after which he emphasized with a stern expression, “Aldrizzt, after you go back, you absolutely cannot tell my teacher I wore these kinds of clothes. Remember, don’t say a word!”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 27: The Player’s Summon

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 27: The Player’s Summon—translated by Simone (proofread by Arcedemius & Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Side quest updated: Choose between guns or concealable weapons. Use a concealable weapon to defeat ten enemies armed with guns. Reward: fifty points.”

Fifty points!

This was the first time Grisia and Elaro had heard such a large number.

Grisia immediately said, “Charles, we need guns!”

Puzzled, Elaro asked, “Teacher, the quest mentions we need to use a concealable weapon.”

Grisia glared at his student and scolded, “Use a concealable weapon to defeat ‘enemies armed with guns.’ Charles has told us so much about how powerful guns are. Not knowing anything about guns, you’re still planning to defeat enemies armed with them? Is that how I taught you?”

Hearing this, Elaro was frustrated by his own carelessness. He kept forgetting they were not familiar with this world. He might as well go and gather more stealth weapons. When he could carry no more, he put them all in the infinite backpack. After going through the supermarket and the military goods store, the weight of the backpack had increased substantially. Even Elaro had started to consider what they should keep and what they could discard, fearing it would otherwise affect the upcoming ten-hour-long journey.

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 26: Armed to the Teeth

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 26: Armed to the Teeth—translated by Simone (proofread by J Tao; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Congratulations, the players obtained the Leaf Clan’s Artifact.”

A leaf-shaped pendant appeared in Elaro’s hands. The leaf seemed like an unassuming, authentic leaf, but when he touched it, he discovered that it bore a kind of illusion that made it only seem like a real leaf.

Of course Grisia was elated to have received an object that could automatically treat serious injuries, but presently, he and Elaro both looked somewhat puzzled. Elaro hesitantly asked, “‘The Pope’s Veil,’ is that referring to our Pope?”

Grisia chuckled. A veil, a beautiful, sixteen-year-old young man, who could it be but our Pope?

Elaro paused for a moment, then asked, “Teacher, the next worlds we go to, could—
could our world be a possibility?”

Grisia considered it and said, “Perhaps it is possible.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 25: Spinning the Wheel Again

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 25: Spinning the Wheel Again—translated by Simone (proofread by J Tao & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Side quest updated: To be able to eat your fill during the apocalypse is such a blessing!

It’s even better to eat something you like. Please find player Elaro’s favorite food.”

“We need to find Elaro’s favorite food.”

As Grisia said this, he and Charles immediately looked at Elaro.

Confused, Elaro said, “I’m really not picky.”

Grisia shook his head and said, “No, Will said that there is no quest that is absolutely impossible to complete. There must be something you like to eat the most.”

Elaro frowned as he thought it over. Perhaps I have preferences, but I really can’t say if there’s something I like to eat the most.

Charles smiled and suggested, “My young master is also not a picky eater, but he prefers calorie-rich food. His favorite food is most likely the barbequed meat he and his friend Ezart fight over when they eat at that particular barbeque place.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 24: The Daily Life of a Holy Knight

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 24: The Daily Life of a Holy Knight—translated by Simone (proofread by Arcedemius & Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

The woman Elaro had saved cried tears of gratitude. “Thank you for saving us.”

“The benevolent God of Light is always willing to offer a helping hand.”

“… Yes, eh, thank you anyway.” The woman’s face had stiffened.

“We should hurry to the supermarket to find food, before other monsters come looking.”

Charles stepped forward to help Elaro out before the gratitude of the people he’d saved disappeared. With his oblivious praising of the God of Light, the people started looking at him like he was a nutcase. Luckily, he remained perfectly composed under their gazes.

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