The Legend of Sun Knight V5C6: “Slaughtering the Innocent”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 5: The Undying Lich, Part One

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


The Sixth Misdeed of an Undying Lich: “Slaughtering the Innocent” – translated by raylight

In the middle of the night while I was sleeping soundly, there was a sudden knock on my door. I woke up almost immediately; no one would interrupt my sleep in the middle of the night unless it was for a serious matter.

I quickly yelled, “Wait, let me put on my shirt!”… But the very next second, the door was sent flying with a kick, subsequently crashing into a wall before falling to the ground.

Following that, Moon and Stone abducted me from my room, with me only wearing a pair of pants. A cool night breeze blew past, causing me to sneeze. I couldn’t resist complaining, “At least let me put on a shirt!”

Stone gave a bitter smile that looked even uglier than someone crying. He said, “Soon you’ll be blaming us for being too slow.”

“What happened?” I started to feel that the situation was very grave, for Moon had even forgotten to put on a haughty act and fear was written across his entire face.

“Judgment is dying,” Stone said concisely in simple words.

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Female Warrior Prologue V1C2: Light and Shadow Part 2

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Female Warrior Prologue Volume 1: Light and Shadow

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


Chapter 2: Light and Shadow Part 2 – translated by raylight

The next morning, Red Cloak unhurriedly walked down the flight of stairs. Downstairs, it wasn’t very crowded or noisy. The price range of the inn was considered above average, so ordinary adventurers would not stay there. Rather, those staying at this inn were mostly merchants. Compared to adventurers who liked to shout in loud voices, merchants were usually more low-key and wouldn’t voluntarily cause trouble. Moreover, they were less likely to pay special attention to someone who liked to wear a red cloak, and they wouldn’t stubbornly want to lift that person’s cloak to see what was underneath it.

This was precisely the main reason why Red Cloak, although an adventurer, had chosen to stay at this inn.

He sat down in front of an empty table, and as he ate the rations that he had brought downstairs, he pondered over what he should do first. He had already used up what money he had, so it was high time he did some missions to earn money. Otherwise, if he were to travel far in the future, he wouldn’t have enough money to buy rations and basic equipment. On the other hand…

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The Legend of Sun Knight Side Stories 12: “When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher Part One”

The Legend of Sun Knight Side Story: When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher

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


“When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher Part One” – translated by dahlys

Chasel heard the sound of hurried footsteps coming toward him. He looked up slightly as he finished fixing his appearance and decided to dress himself first.

Is there a need to be so excited this early in the morning?

He had just slipped on his shirt when the door was slammed open. Chasel started to wonder whether his projected image was a failure or not. Even though he was the Judgment Knight, this wasn’t the first time his door had been kicked open. His comrades did not seem to regard him as they should the imposing Judgment Knight.

However, they had only recently been promoted, and there would be plenty of time in the future for his comrades to get to know him better.

No hurry.

Fahr1 rushed into his room anxiously. He said only two words, “It’s Neo!”

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½ Prince V9C4: Xiao Xiao Lan, Part Two

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½ Prince Volume 9: Sequel

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


Chapter 3: Xiao Xiao Lan, Part Two – translated by Nausicaä

I felt as though I had suddenly been struck by lightning. I knew the name “Xiao Lan” all too well. Growing up I had often heard this nickname, because everyone called her that. She was my mom, Xiao Lan.

That figure rushed from the city gates to stand beside Wicked, and only then was I able to see his appearance. He was an elf with snow-white short hair, eyes the color of wine, and an exceedingly beautiful face. A tiara rested upon his forehead, and hanging by his waist was a black dao…The village chief was right. A guy this beautiful would certainly be chased by women endlessly.

A look filled with emotion and nostalgia appeared on that beautiful elf’s face, and he said, “Long time no see.”

“Yes.” Wicked gazed at the beautiful elf as if he would never tire of looking at him.

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The Legend of Sun Knight V5C5: “Stirring up all Sorts of Trouble and Keeping Everyone’s Hands Full with Trying to Fix it”

The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 5: The Undying Lich, Part One

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


The Fifth Misdeed of an Undying Lich: “Stirring up all Sorts of Trouble and Keeping Everyone’s Hands Full with Trying to Fix it”—translated by bleachpanda

Aldrizzt refused to say anything until I explained how I had lost my eyesight. Thus, I could only retell the events from beginning to end. When I reached the part where I prayed to the God of Light, that so long as Leaf could fully recover I was willing to pay any price, Aldrizzt suddenly shouted, “How could you make such a promise to a god? You could have died! No one knows what a god would want to take!”

He stopped for a moment, and then continued, “Look! Everyone is nodding their heads!”

Look at what? I can’t even see!

“You shouldn’t have done that,” Aldrizzt lectured.

“But I had to!” I shouted, “This is the only event where I would never even once change my decision even if it were to repeat itself a hundred times!”

Silence again. How frustrating. What is of most importance now should definitely be restoring my sensing ability; otherwise I won’t be able to do anything.

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