Big and Little Sun Go Go 32: International Book Day

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 32: International Book Day—translated by J Tao (proofread by Xuan & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

The meat bun’s tears seemed unending.

Though it was a strange object beyond imagination, Elaro would often go out on missions and see many odd phenomena. Besides, it was just a meat bun, and one that was crying terribly pitiably at that. It didn’t look the least bit threatening.

With a white and plump bun body and two big, blue, glistening eyes, the meat bun actually looked pretty adorable.

“Shh, don’t be scared.” Elaro patted the bun as gently as he could, though he was a little worried as to whether the methods used to comfort a child would work on a meat bun.

The meat bun’s waterfall of tears slowly began to shrink, until only the tears on its face were left. Although it was still crying, its mood had obviously improved. Upon seeing this, Elaro put even more effort into comforting the meat bun.

Grisia silently watched his student, who took unexpectedly proper care of the meat bun.


Big and Little Sun Go Go 31: Meat Bun

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 31: Meat Bun—translated by J Tao (proofread by Xuan & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Congratulations to the players for obtaining the Sinner of Pride’s Staff.”

Staff obtained! Grisia clung to the wooden staff, which was rather big and unwieldy for a child. He even had to use both hands to hold it. That said, a child’s form had very little mobility to begin with anyway.

Having successfully received what he had wanted, Grisia once again confirmed that the readers truly were on their side. He found this latter piece of information even more reassuring than the staff itself.

Grisia raised the staff and got to the heart of the matter. “Aldrizzt, hurry and teach me all the lightning magic there is!”

Hearing this, Aldrizzt steeled himself. He said, “I’m not too familiar with lightning magic, so teaching you ‘all the lightning magic there is’ is impossible. While I do have some knowledge of intermediate and low-level lightning magic, I only know a couple of high-level techniques, and very roughly at that.”

Grisia replied unhappily, “In the early days, I had heard that you were not very familiar with wind magic, and that it was only because Teacher Neo had pushed you that you learned the Spell of Flight for his convenience. I had also heard that you were not familiar with psychic magic, and now you say you’re not familiar with lightning magic. So tell me, mage, what kind of magic are you familiar with, then?”

… Ah, I suddenly feel some resentment coming on, just like—just like what happens during my daily interactions with Neo! You two really are teacher and student! Aldrizzt thought. Continued

Big and Little Sun Go Go 30: Take out the Meat Bun—Wait, Spinner First

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 30: Take out the Meat Bun—Wait, Spinner First—translated by J Tao (proofread by Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

Elaro looked at the words “personally created by the Demon King” from the description of the crystal doll, and couldn’t help looking at the expression on his teacher’s face. Surprisingly, the latter looked quite calm, without an expression of much shock.

“Congratulations to the players for receiving the Author’s Room and Cursed Smile. Please designate which player will receive which prize.”

Grisia furrowed his brow. The author’s room was a shelter that could be used for an hour each time, and three times in each world at that, so it was pretty good. However, there was too much uncertainty for the cursed smile to be practical, so why had the readers chosen it?

After Charles’s explanation, Grisia had just barely understood the uses for the other two options—the virtual game helmet and the SLR camera. Although the utility of the virtual game helmet was not very clear, at least there was still the camera as an option. Similarly, though the photograph would capture a random timeframe, at least it was far more useful than the cursed smile…

Perhaps the readers are not as cooperative as I had thought? Grisia thought hesitantly.


Big and Little Sun Go Go 29: A Bunch of Turns on the Spinner Wheel

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 29: A Bunch of Turns on the Spinner Wheel—translated by J Tao (proofread by Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Congratulations. Players have obtained the Crystal Ball of Divination.”

Grisia held out his hand to receive the crystal ball. It was not too small, about the size of his palm. He thought for a moment. They didn’t really need a hint for the current mission, so he put it directly into the system inventory.

“Our time is limited, so let’s hurry and hit the road!”

As soon as he heard this, Aldrizzt immediately began to use the Spell of Flight at full output, and a gust of wind lifted the whole group high into the air. Furrowing his brow, Aldrizzt said, “Grisia, this world does not have enough of the elements for magic, and we are traveling with several people. I doubt I will be able to continue for more than two hours.”

Grisia nodded in understanding. “Then, as far as you can take us will be enough. No need to overexert yourself, just put us down when we’ve gotten close. Also, there are still a few things I need your help with before you leave,” he said.

“No problem.”


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!”