Romance RPG V1C22: Part Twenty-two

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Romance RPG

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


Part Twenty-two—translated by XianBang (proofread by Trespasserby & Erro; C/E edited by lucathia)

Meng walked out somewhat shyly, a pink satin evening gown clinging gently to her body. The graceful satin material made her ordinarily too-slender appearance charmingly gentle. Her puffy dress and long, plain hairstyle, in addition to her shy blush, brought out an endearing air. Although not as gorgeous as Marisa, she had a different kind of attraction that made people involuntarily want to protect her.

“Every woman knows how to transform.” Sword Spirit was shocked. He could scarcely believe that she was the same white and blue slipper-wearing woman who had hair like an auntie.

Meng was a little nervous. She tugged at her hem and adjusted the satin of the bodice, then cautiously asked, “Does this look good? Is it a bit too cute?”

Only after Meng repeated her question several times did the intently staring Sword Spirit finally realize she was talking to him. A little embarrassed, he turned his eyes away and carelessly answered, “It’s passable. Go with that.”

”Oh,” said Meng, her head drooping. She returned to the dressing room to take the dress off. When she walked out again, the store clerk hastily took the dress and started packaging it. When he was done, he rubbed his hands while quickly saying, “This dress looks very nice on you. The price is also reasonable. It’s a wise choice to buy it.”

When she heard the word “price,” Meng immediately widened her eyes, cautiously asking, “How… how much does this cost?”

Continued

Romance RPG V1C21: Part Twenty-one

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Romance RPG

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


Part Twenty-one—translated by Trespasserby

The store clerk had clearly been startled by the sword. He stared, wide-eyed, at Sword Spirit for quite some time. It was only after Sword Spirit urged him once again that he snapped out of it. Looking apologetic, he said, “I am truly sorry. The gown outside has been reserved by the daughter of Duke Biggs, the Lady Marisa.”

Sword Spirit and Meng were both stunned. They hadn’t expected to hear a familiar name here. Aren’t Duke Biggs and Marisa the father and daughter pair from the palace?

Sword Spirit never thought that peacock would actually reserve such a plain and simple dress. Could it be that she doesn’t want to be a peacock but rather a dove?

“Everyone knows that His Highness, Prince Edward, likes white and favors clothing with simple, flowing lines. At this ball, every young lady will be wearing angelic white, and the style of the garments will be simplistic. It’s been really difficult on us, having to make a hundred or so. Every dress has to be as simple as possible, and everything the designer sees every day is white. While each dress must be simple, each must also be different. Tears are about to fall from his eyes from making them.” The store clerk grimaced.

Continued

Romance RPG V1C20: Part Twenty

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Romance RPG

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


Part Twenty– translated by Trespasserby (proofread by EvlNabiki, elisa, C/E edited by lucathia)

Lin Jian Yin rushed back home. Upon returning, he didn’t do anything but sit in front of the Nintendo and wait for the beeping sounds and flashing light. His two eyes were fixed on the game console. Eventually, he lost patience and booted up the game first. He was anxious to catch the woman who had dared to run away from his presence.

When Sword Spirit opened his eyes again, he was lying on a chair in the salon from yesterday. It looked like Meng had also fallen asleep in the middle, so they hadn’t left the shop.

His sudden appearance was a clear shock to the people nearby. Eventually, the stylist grew bold enough to attempt to place him properly in a corner to avoid having him scare the other customers. Sword Spirit saw the stylist’s distressed look and couldn’t resist letting out a shout, which frightened the stylist so badly that he threw the sword away in a panic. The result of Sword Spirit’s mocking was for him to go flying miserably into the air. After spinning for several turns, he thudded heavily onto the ground, and nobody checked to see if he was alright.

“Hey! Place me a little more carefully!” Sword Spirit yelled while facedown, extremely unhappy.

Continued

Romance RPG V1C19: Part Nineteen

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Romance RPG

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


Part Nineteen – translated by Trespasserby (proofread by EvlNabiki, Erro, C/E edited by lucathia)

“What about you?” Bai Xue Chen asked. Seeing Lin Jian Yin’s confused look, he supplied, “Did you complete your initial objective? Didn’t you go to find the God ‘n Devil antique store because of that impulsive mouth of yours?”

Lin Jian Yin froze. He’d really forgotten the reason he’d gone to find the antique store. He hesitated, then shook his head, remembering that he’d told God Charity that he didn’t want to change. So after that, why the hell had he bought the Nintendo? He didn’t even remember if he had paid or not.

Bai Xue Chen said vaguely, “Well, it doesn’t really matter. Your sharp tongue is one of your defining traits. If you really did change, then I would really have to wonder whether you were actually Lin Jian Yin.”

Lin Jian Yin rolled his eyes at his best friend.

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Romance RPG V1C18: Part Eighteen

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Romance RPG – 18

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Part Eighteen – translated by Minna (proofread by EvlNabiki, Trespasserby, C/E edited by lucathia)

Sword Spirit, who had already told her to change numerous times, silently cheered when he heard Meng make such a big decision herself.

“But…” Meng felt a little hesitant. “What do I actually have to do to become a beauty?”

Sword Spirit couldn’t help but want to use his hand to slap his forehead, but unfortunately such an action would truly be too hard for a handless and headless sword. He could only blink his eyes to express his helplessness. At the same time, he had already decided that he would help Meng. He would help her completely change her image. After all, she was also his capable manager. Besides, Sword Spirit had a tiny, selfish motive. Helping her change her image would also be easier on his own eyes. A beauty would always be more pleasing to look at than a female ghost or an aunty.

“Your hair,” growled Sword Spirit. “Straighten your hair first!”

“Straighten my hair?” Meng blinked. These three words sounded really familiar. Could it be that straight hair really suits me more? She touched her curly hair.

Sword Spirit tried hard to urge her, “Hurry, go back to the city. There definitely has to be a beauty parlor there.”

Continued