Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison
Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)
Extra 2: One Day in the Apocalypse—translated by Simone (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)
Vice-Captain of the Ice Spears and Jiang Dominion’s secret big boss gives an announcement on the day of the typhoon:
“Hello, members of the JDT. The typhoon has arrived, meaning there’ll be heavy wind and rain, and many aberrants will be blown into the sky. Please watch out for any falling objects that can bite people.
“Metal and earth users, please report to Lily. The base’s signboards need to be fixed, and we must be on our guard for mudslides on the rear hillside.
“Those with thunder and lightning powers, please stay inside and do your chores. Don’t go out, to avoid accidental electrical discharges that might harm others.
“Those with wind powers, don’t mess around. Gusts are already at level 17. Please don’t take advantage of them to practice your powers. If the gusts become greater than 18, I will soak you in the rain and let the thunder and lightning troops practice their abilities. Yes, I’m talking to you, Xiao Sha!
“Dàgē, please take advantage of the weather to rest for a while. Just stand on the balcony, with your jacket rippling in the wind, your expression that of someone who is sure of victory, master of his own fate, and you’ll ease the people’s minds and attract some more talented people.
“Ordinary members must keep in mind the black uniform of the Jiang Dominion with silver trim and a patch of blue. If you are blown away by the wind, please find a patrolman wearing the uniform to help you. If you ask the wrong person for aid, you may either be taken and experimented on, used as cannon fodder, or eaten, and the result will be unimaginable.
“Black with silver trim and a patch of blue. Remember the uniform to save your life. The JDT cares about your safety.”
──One Day in the Apocalypse • End──
Sounds like good advice
Beware of Sharknados.
All of it reads as being super ridiculous yet sadly true…?
I mean, if you look at all the narratives throughout this series, doesn’t that kinda hold true? Though I gotta admit this reads as something from Aperture Science or the Stanley Parable.
So the idiom “raining cats and dogs” may become a reality? Heck yeah! And oh, thanks for the chapter~
Thanks for the consistent releases! Really don’t know what I’d do without PR to pull me through every month.
Agreed. I live on the constant supply of fictional misery and apocalypse. Does that make me sadistic? Hmmm.
Since the stories are generally uplifting, I’d say it doesn’t.
I prefer reading about this apocalypse…