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39—Legend of Sun Knight V1Extra1: LOVE~ LOVE~ LOVE~

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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


Extra: LOVE~ LOVE~ LOVE~—translated by lucathia (proofread by Arcedemius & Lala Su)

The sound of footsteps…

When he heard it, Grisia immediately extended his sensing. Nowadays, he didn’t extend his sensing very far, and pretty much kept it to only three to five meters around him. If he didn’t do that, it would be too taxing, and he wouldn’t be able to keep it up for the many hours required. Although he now limited his public appearances as much as possible, it was still rather challenging.

Grisia turned, smiling at the person approaching. He wasn’t expecting the person not to even slow down upon reaching him, or that they would burrow directly into his embrace.

Stunned for a moment, Grisia then gently placed his hand on the person’s shoulder.

“Cleric Ludia, may the God of Light forever bless you. Have the God of Light’s murmurings reminded you to come forth and discuss the God of Light’s benevolence with Sun, or might there be some other matter?”

Ludia raised her head from Grisia’s embrace and pouted. “Uncle, don’t speak in such a formal and verbose manner!”

“Fine, I’ll stop.” Grisia extended his hand to pat the girl’s head and purposely asked, “What’s the matter? Is Elaro bullying you?”

Ludia giggled. “Brother would never bully me! Truly, he was very worried about you this time.”

“I was only a little delayed. Ludia, in the future, you’ll have to watch over Elaro more for me.” Grisia sighed. “I never thought that child would be so impulsive. This time, he went way overboard!”

After he finished speaking, he felt it was rather amusing. He had never thought that he would one day say someone had gone overboard. In the past, it was always Lesus calling him out on it.

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39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C4: Teacher’s… Part 3—Return

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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


Chapter 4 Teacher’s… Part 3: Return – translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Arcedemius)

He carefully tiptoed over the three on the floor, afraid he would step on them. Halfway through, he suddenly stopped, turned around, and gently pulled up the blanket that Shuis had kicked to the side. Since the weather was warm, he only pulled it up to Shuis’s stomach and no higher than that.

When Shuis shifted, Elaro jumped in shock, thinking that the dose of medicine hadn’t been enough—he hadn’t dared to use too heavy a dose, deeply afraid that it would cause lingering harm to Shuis, Valica, and Valkyrs.

Although “she” had guaranteed nonstop that there wouldn’t be any side effects, that after they had slept their fill and woken up they’d be even healthier… she had always had a willful personality. Even Teacher had warned him before not to trust her too much.

Seeing that Shuis was still asleep, and his expression didn’t look like he was suffering, Elaro finally relaxed more.

With his head lowered to look at him, it was as if he had returned to “that time” when Shuis had still been a baby. He had been called over to help look after him. Like now, he had had his head lowered to look at the three babies. During that tense and dangerous time, only with his head lowered to look at the babies had he felt relaxed.

“Shuis, I’ll do everything I can to prevent your father from having to become the Demon King’s subordinate again!”

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39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C4: Teacher’s… Part 2—Student

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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


Chapter 4 Teacher’s… Part 2: Student—translated by lucathia (proofread by Arcedemius & Lala Su)

The following days each felt like a year to Elaro. Every morning, the first thing he did was ask Ed if Vice-Captain Adair had returned yet.

The answer was always negative.

When the third day arrived and he received the same answer, Elaro was already mentally prepared. However, when Ludia appeared before him with a message from the Pope, his mood still plummeted to rock bottom, even though he had already prepared himself.

“Big Brother, His Holiness the Pope wishes to see you immediately.”

Elaro took in a deep breath and said, “I understand. I’ll head over right away.”

Ludia reached out a hand to touch his face, her heart hurting for him. She comforted him, “Brother, don’t worry too much. In just a few days, you look like you’ve aged a lot.”

When he heard this, Elaro forced on a smile, not wanting to worry his sister. “I’ve always looked old.”

Ludia didn’t think so at all. “Nonsense! Big Brother, you’re mature, not old.”

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39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C3: Secret… Part 3—The Demon King is… Shh!

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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


Chapter 3 Secret… Part 3: The Demon King is… Shh!—translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Arcedemius; C/E edited by Doza)

He took a step forward. Upon hearing rustling sounds, he lowered his head and saw that ashes completely covered the ground.

Where is this? He was a little puzzled. He raised his head to look around, but a strange, black fog surrounded him. He couldn’t see anything at all.

“Elaro…”

Elaro turned and cried out in surprise, “Teacher? Have you returned?”

“Returned? Hehe…”

“Teacher?” Elaro could faintly see a dark shadow. He fumbled his way in that direction, and, at the same time, asked, “Teacher, why haven’t you returned yet? Have you gone to complete another mission along the way?”

When he was close enough to see his figure, Elaro abruptly froze in his tracks. He stared in disbelief at that shadow.

The person was facing the side. His long hair was loose and covered most of his face. In the midst of the black fog, his figure wasn’t very clear, but Elaro could still tell that the long hair draping downwards was black.

Elaro asked cautiously, “Teacher, is that you?” He hoped it wasn’t. It was trivial and normal for other people to have black hair, but whenever his teacher’s hair turned black…

It meant that the Demon King had once again resurfaced.

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39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C3: Secret… Part 2—What Kind of Fragrance

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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


Chapter 3 Secret… Part 2: What Kind of Fragrance – translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Arcedemius; C/E edited by Doza)

After carefully stashing away the three little bottles in his coat pocket, Elaro left the essential oil shop. His mood was the complete opposite of his pocket—heavy, while his pocket was light. He didn’t know how he was going to complete the king’s mission, especially since it was a mission that was very far from Leaf Bud City. The traveling, food, and lodging expenses alone would be endless…

Do I still have no choice but to borrow from Ludia? Ah! I just borrowed from her last week. The money she has left is probably only enough for meals on non-work days. Maybe Shuis instead… No, last month, Shuis already took his next month’s pay in advance to lend to me. So, there’s only Valica left?

Elaro abruptly stopped walking. He recalled that before the teachers had left on their mission, the Leaf Knight had smilingly signed for a box full of seasonings. Is his own salary really enough for him to buy that box of seasonings…?

Elaro wanted to be more optimistic, but he found that he absolutely couldn’t deceive himself. The Leaf Knight surely must have taken Valica’s salary to pay for the seasonings.

He took in a deep breath. In the end, if he really had no other choice, at most he’d just have to go and borrow money from Teacher Grisia. After all, this was originally a mission he had to complete. So, Elaro should be able to… be able to successfully borrow money from him… Probably…

Suddenly, screams and sounds of a disturbance came from afar. Elaro’s hand immediately closed around the hilt of his sword, but then he wondered, Could the teachers have returned?

Today was indeed the scheduled date for the teachers’ return. If the Twelve Holy Knights appeared together on the streets, it would not be strange for such an uproar to result. Elaro relaxed a bit, until he heard a familiar voice within the commotion.

“Captain—”

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