No Hero Side Stories 3: Volume Four Draft

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No Hero Side Story: Volume Four Draft

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Volume Four Draft—translated by Trespasserby (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

[From Yu Wo’s 2010-09-16 Blog Post: http://blog.xuite.net/kim1984429/yuwo/121312848]

When I first started to write the beginning of Volume 4, I wrote until I got stuck, so I made a drastic cut of twelve thousand words and started all over…

Wouldn’t putting aside this discarded draft seem pointless? I might as well post it!

(I also asked everyone on Plurk first and played a game where they had to answer questions for this prize. XDDDD It was really fun!!!)

But this discarded draft really has no beginning or end. The plot was completely unable to converge, and it isn’t in accord with the later Volume 4 plotline. *Looks into the distance*

There are also some places that seem to be unfinished. *Is beaten*

In short, I still posted it in the hopes that it can satisfy everyone’s hunger a little. But please don’t consider it part of the official book because this is a discarded draft~~

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No Hero Side Stories 2: Never Change, Part Two

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No Hero Side Story: Never Change

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Never Change, Part Two—translated by lucathia

With no mental preparation whatsoever, Charles began his first official experience of being a butler. Furthermore, to his misfortune, X was a vampire. The lifestyles of humans and the methods of responding to them that he had learned in the past were largely useless. On top of that, X was definitely not an easy to serve employer. Thus, the days filled with fear and trepidation began unfolding…

“Come here!”

Charles was busy wiping stone sculptures covered with dust when X walked over and spat out those words. Charles could only quickly lower his cleaning rag and say, “As you wish,” and hurriedly leave with X. Along the way, whenever he saw places that were unclean, he would feel very terrible.

The ancient castle was so large, yet it only had two caretakers, his father and him. Even though X had said that they did not need to take care of the garden—that the wilder it grew, the better, so that people would not approach carelessly—just cleaning the inside of the castle was overwhelming enough. Even after a full week of cleaning, they only managed to finish cleaning a few of the more commonly used areas.

This place had three floors, a total of twenty-five rooms, three corridors, three large and small living rooms, and two studies. The decorations were, of course, of an unspeakable number. How could two individuals tidy everything up?

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No Hero Side Stories 1: Never Change, Part One

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No Hero Side Story: Never Change

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Never Change, Part One—translated by Trespasserby

When he had found out that the man who applied had actively sought to be his butler, E.X. was not at all happy about it.

A human who wished so strongly to become a vampire’s butler was usually not a good thing.

If the person wasn’t a boring, vampire-obsessed maniac, then he was probably someone who wanted to become a vampire, thereby obtaining eternal life.

E.X. retained his cautious mentality, even taking into consideration that this butler could be someone from the Church. Once the butler arrived, a war could be imminent.

Although the family he commissioned to find a butler on his behalf was an ancient butler family, and was unlikely to betray their employer, in this era, what could be considered entirely trustworthy?

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