Big and Little Sun Go Go 13: Happy Children’s Day

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 13: Happy Children’s Day—translated by TaffyGirl13 (proofread by Lala Su; C/E edited by lucathia)

The ball of holy light was only around the size of an egg, and it was not very bright either. However, when Charles’s eyes faced it directly, he felt an indescribable pain pierce through his eyes, as if, while in complete darkness, someone had suddenly shone an extremely large flashlight straight into his eyes. The brightness quickly made his head begin to hurt as well.

“Triggered first use of holy light: Attack dark creature.”

Hearing Will’s message, Elaro hurriedly stepped forward to block the holy light, and Grisia simultaneously retracted it as well. The two of them were extremely worried about the vampire’s condition.

“Are you all right?”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 12: Oh, Holy Light

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 12: Oh, Holy Light—translated by TaffyGirl13 (proofread by Xuan; C/E edited by Simone & lucathia)

“Readers selected Reward: For 24 hours after returning to your original world, you will be able to hear all of the young master’s thoughts.”

Charles smiled when he heard Will’s words. The ability to hear the young master’s thoughts would improve his ability to carry out his responsibilities as a butler.

Grisia felt more at ease when he saw Charles’s expression. This Charles person’s smile was as gentle as the warm sun, making him seem absolutely nothing like someone from a race that required taking human blood. Could such a mild vampire actually suck blood from a human?

Charles said, “I have received the reward. Now, please let me know how I can help you two. Or perhaps if you do not mind, you could tell me about the contents of your quest so that I may better provide assistance.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 11: Vampire Butler

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 11: Vampire Butler—translated by TaffyGirl13 (proofread by Xuan; C/E edited by J Tao & lucathia)

Grisia carefully read the three choices.

“Teacher, it seems that of these choices, the Dictator of Life would be the strongest?” Elaro asked with some uncertainty. A powerful word like “Dictator” was being used, so they couldn’t possibly be weak, right?

“Stronger is not necessarily better.” Grisia cautiously replied, “The stronger the person is, the more likely it is that they might not want to help us. This world is only a simple novice world. With you here, physical prowess shouldn’t be an issue. What we need is a guide, someone who can help us understand this world.”

Elaro pondered this over and completely agreed. However, the two other choices were just names; there were no clues to go off of.

“Readers chose Summon: Charles Endelis.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 10: How Deep Goes the Scheming?

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 10: How Deep Goes the Scheming?—translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Xuan; C/E edited by Taffygirl13)

“Successfully wear a cherry short-sleeve top with jean shorts. Player can earn 10 points.”

After hearing the choice, Grisia inwardly sighed in relief.

Fortunately, the readers had ended up choosing the choice he desired.

Grisia had actually been very worried that his actions might have angered the readers, making them deliberately choose the hardest option each time from there on out. However, it had still been necessary for him to demonstrate that he and Elaro were not people who would be willing to do anything and everything for the sake of points.

If they encountered a side quest that they were unwilling to complete, they could give up on it, but if it were a main quest, what were they to do?

“Thank you, all.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 9: The Investigation Scene

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 9: The Investigation Scene—translated by TaffyGirl13 (proofread by Trespasserby & Lala Su; C/E edited by lucathia)

Only after they could not stuff anything more into Elaro’s backpack did they finally discover something strange about that specific floor.

There was a metal door leaning against the wall, having clearly been broken through using force. So far in their journey, this was their first time finding a destroyed door. After all, the doors were made of metal, so they were not that fragile.

Elaro did not personally feel fear because of this, but he immediately pulled the child behind him, not forgetting to first check if any enemies had suddenly appeared behind their backs.

Is this a sign of frequently receiving sneak attacks from behind by foes? After all these years, Grisia finally felt a rare sense of remorse about possibly being too excessive with having his student learn from experience.

Continued