The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 6: The Undying Lich, Part Two
Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)
Epilogue: Character Introduction – translated by Raylight
Stephen: A dark knight, Awaitsun’s right hand man. However, in fact, he’s…
Charlotte: The Cathedral of the Shadow God’s youngest shadowpriest in history. However, she seems to have another identity.
[This epilogue contains many spoilers about the plot. Those people who haven’t read the contents of the novel and come to sneak a peek at the epilogue before doing so will be bitten by the Sun Knight!]
P.S You’re not allowed to come peek at the epilogue for the sake of getting bitten!
I have a feeling that if this volume ended where a certain person had died, then everyone would really kill me. Therefore, at the end, I have added an extra line.
Everyone, please don’t kill me. I tried my best! Really!
The volumes of the Undying Lich have finally ended.
A certain someone has killed off two liches, and then was killed by the third one. This lesson teaches us: “If you harm liches, harm will come to you.1 Henceforth, one shall not casually kill liches for fun.”
Following this are the volumes of the demon king. However, I haven’t decided to directly call them “demon king” or just add on other words. Anyway, the seventh volume and the eighth volume will be volumes about the demon king.
By the way, the eighth volume will be the last volume.
The dispute of the demon king candidates actually started a long time ago; it’s only that Sun had completely forgotten all about it. In the next volume, we will understand more regarding this matter, and a few small secrets will be revealed.
A first-person point of view is really hard to handle, especially a first-person point of view for a long series. Every time I write a first-person point of view for a long series, this kind of feeling is etched even deeper. (However, I still continue to write them without changing. Is this possibly a tendency to inflict self-abuse?)
Luckily, I had planned since the start to have prologues and epilogues for the Legend of the Sun Knight to not be written in the first-person point of view, and thus I can use them to add on some stuff. Otherwise, the author really would cry. The main character from whose point of view the story is told has kicked the bucket, so someone teach me how to continue writing~
The author has actually killed off the main character in a first-person point of view story; this is really the epitome of the case that misfortunes springing from ourselves are the hardest to bear. (This once again proves that the author is not only fond of abusing the main character, but also abusing herself.)
In the past, I have seen some readers comment, saying that the first to die was Leaf, and the second to die was Judgment, so who will be the third to die? After that came a lot of speculation, and there were even guesses as to what Sun would lose because of Resurrection.
I really wanted to reply, “Wrong, wrong, wrong, all of you guessed wrongly! Hahaha!” (Is beaten by the crowd)
Cough. Anyway, did anyone manage to secretly guess that Sun would die? Though if you guessed it right, there isn’t a prize for you.
However, everyone can still continue to guess if there is a side effect, and if so, what would it be? (Sun running towards everyone with bouncing breasts… *is killed in seconds by Judgment*)
Below is the epilogue that was casually written…
I’m very curious as to what everyone thinks of Roland and Pink? Everyone can come to my website’s reflection corner to tell me!
Being the Judgment Knight sure is tough. Every day you have to worry about the Sun Knight walking out of the doors upright but coming back lying flat on his back. (Judging by this standard of tough work, Adair’s job is also pretty tough.)
However, the previous generation’s Chasel probably didn’t have this much to worry about! He only had to worry that Neo would send someone home flat on their backs and then they would walk upright to the Holy Temple to make a report.
Every generation has a Sun Knight that is hard to handle! Let us give a second of silence for every generation’s Judgment Knight… Done.
Let me just remind everyone, if you haven’t finished the book, please don’t come over to my website’s reflection corner to sneak a peek, otherwise you’ll get spoilers! If you see the shocking bits first, it wouldn’t be as interesting anymore!
However, to remind people of this in the epilogue should more or less already be too late. And I even especially told everyone not to look at the epilogue if you hadn’t read the novel… Never mind! Everyone can start being cautious from the next book onward!
By Yu Wo
1 “If you harm liches, harm will come to you”: This is word play on the proverb, “If you harm others, harm will come to you.” Basically, your karma will come back to haunt you.