Romance RPG V1C7: Part Seven

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Romance RPG

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


Part Seven—translated by Doza

Strange, why isn’t he moving anymore? Did he actually get angry? Miss A Hundred Points, who was also Meng, suddenly felt that the sword in her hand was no longer moving. She couldn’t help but frown as she pondered over it.

Feeling embarrassed, Meng lifted the sword out of the river. She was only a bit angry that the sword had come online, but hadn’t told her. Also, she was feeling a little self-conscious. Her worries had been overheard by a guy… sword, so she had pushed the sword into the water, merely thinking of reducing her discomfort.

“Sigh! Why am I getting embarrassed by a sword? I’m such an idiot.”

Meng sighed as she glanced at the sword. However, the sword’s pair of eyes that grew beneath the hilt was closed tightly, and his pair of lips even further down appeared purple. Meng started panicking and yelled desperately, “Sword? Sword, what’s wrong with you? Don’t joke around anymore. If you dare to scare me on purpose, you’re doomed.”

Meng shook the sword left and right. However, the sword didn’t open his eyes. On the contrary, a lot of foam seeped out of his mouth. Meng had a flash of realization and thought, Don’t tell me he was drowning?

Continued

Romance RPG V1C6: Part Six

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Romance RPG

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


Part Six—translated by Doza

After the string of words left his mouth, Lin Jian Yin realized that he had somehow scolded someone again. He immediately closed his mouth, but the words were already out. Even Bai Xue Chen was shaking his head at the side, in a manner as if it were all over. Moreover, the person who had gotten scolded was fully stunned for several minutes. Finally, she managed to completely digest Lin Jian Yin’s poisonous words. With a calm face, she said in a flat tone, “I understand now. I won’t dress so inappropriately in the future.”

“Don’t mind him. Jian Yin’s just like that. He scolds even me as regularly as he eats, so don’t take his words to heart. He doesn’t have any malicious intent.” Bai Xue Chen had no choice but to speak up for his best friend, so that Lin Jian Yin would not set a new record by scaring a manager away two days in a row.

“It doesn’t matter.” He could not tell whether Ye Meng Ling was truly unaffected, though her expression was calm and her tone fairly even. She grabbed her bag and shoved her notebook back inside.

Lin Jian Yin frowned and blurted out, “It’s moldy and the color of shit. Why are there such ugly woolen bags?”

“…” Bai Xue Chen looked speechlessly at his best friend, who “couldn’t say a single nice word.”

Continued

Romance RPG V1C5: Part Five

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Romance RPG

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


Part Five – translated by Raylight

“The!” Meng slowly said the first word.

Lin Jian Yin abruptly felt that his body was a little itchy… That’s not right! What body? He looked down, only to see that on his bright and shiny sword blade, a golden word “The” had appeared.

“World’s!”

“Wait a moment! I’m sorry. Can I apologize?” He immediately shouted. Stop joking around! He originally thought that having her give him a random name was okay, but who knew that this name would actually be engraved on his own body? He seriously did not want a messed-up name engraved on his body.

“Number!”

“I didn’t do it on purpose. I also didn’t know that your name would become A Hundred Points, Hmph.”

“One!”

Eh? Somehow until now, it still seems to be fine? Lin Jian Yin was somewhat in disbelief. This woman, could it be that she wants to name me as “The World’s Number One Sword?” Though it is a little cliché, at least it would be a hundred times better than A Hundred Points, Hmph.

“Jian!”

As expected, it is “The World’s Number One Sword.” Lin Jian Yin could not help but heave a sigh of relief, and then he looked at his sword body. The five golden words sparkled as they were imprinted on the shiny sword blade. It sure looked awe-inspiring. Lin Jian Yin focused his eyes on them, and saw that those five words were:

The World’s Number One Bastard.1

“Ah!”

Continued

Romance RPG V1C4: Part Four

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Romance RPG

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


Part Four – translated by Raylight

“That’s none of your business!” Lin Jian Yin was so furious that he started insulting her. “At least I’m still better than you, you female Taike.”

The girl’s eyes turned wide as she stared. “What did you say?”

As though trying to vent all the frustration that he had endured today, Lin Jian Yin’s sharp tongue was simply at its peak. “Look at this ghastly head of yours. Even the sixty year old granny who sells dumplings next door to my house has better looking hair than yours.”

The girl frantically stroked her hair, wanting to use her fingers to comb it smooth. However, she had only combed it through halfway when her fingers got stuck in a tangled knot of hair.

“Look at those black-framed glasses. Do you think that you are role-playing? If you want to dress up as Conan, then you’ve got to at least wear a suit and a bowtie right?” He said in a cold voice.

Continued

Romance RPG V1C3: Part Three

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Romance RPG

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


Part Three – translated by Raylight

It was already past midnight, and the lady moon hung high up outside the window. Though the weather was rather sweltering, the atmosphere in the room was instead very gloomy. A lone shadow sat in front of the television in a strange manner, just like a child who was addicted to video games. However, what was in front of his eyes was actually a Nintendo game console from more than ten years ago. In that shadow’s hands was a cartridge that the owner had claimed he had sold to him at a large discount. He had heard that it was an RPG, commonly referred to as a role-playing game.

I must be an idiot, and that guy Bai Xue Chen’s IQ certainly doesn’t even match up to an idiot’s!

“Don’t be angry with yourself, even if you drive yourself to your death with your anger, no one would know about it.”

Lin Jian Yin took in a deep breath, and then breathed out. This action looped for quite a while before he managed to forcefully suppress the impulse to run to Bai Xue Chen’s house to cut him down in the middle of the night. The hand holding the cartridge shook non-stop. He struggled for a long time. Should I insert the cartridge into the Nintendo? If he were to load the cartridge, and then have the words “Successful Prank!” or the like come out, he really, seriously would not be able to guarantee that he would not take the only weapons in his house, his kitchen knife set, and then dash to Bai Xue Chen’s house.

Continued