Big and Little Sun Go Go 54: The Slight Smile Begins to Show Its Power

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)


Part 54: The Slight Smile Begins to Show Its Power—translated by Trespasserby (C/E edited by lucathia)

Will: “Hua’s Seeds: three seeds that have been blessed by Hua. As long as the seed touches soil, a large vine will grow. The kind of vine that can move, will hit people, and is super huge. Be careful: don’t plant the seed where you plan to go. The vine does not make a distinction between friend and foe. A note: only under special conditions will the vine listen to your commands.”

Grisia picked up Hua’s seeds and took a look. The seeds were pretty large, about the size of the joint of a finger. The item had a surprisingly large breath of applications, although he didn’t know what the special condition was supposed to be—Wait, Hua’s seeds?

Hua… Flower…? Grisia looked at Elaro. Hanging by Elaro’s chest was a leaf-shaped pendant. If he remembered correctly, the description for that item had something to do with a flower?

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V5C4: Home, Part 2—Pursuit

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 5: The Fallen, Jiu Ge, Part One

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


Chapter 4: Home, Part 2—Pursuit—translated by lucathia

“Mountain Forest Lodgings. Deliberately coming to such a desolate mountain, isn’t this the height of leisure?”

Fu Taiyi was rather frustrated. Even though there was a road, it was the lodging’s private road and not open to the public. Even halfway up a mountain, there were still people restricting road access. Several news reporting vans had also been stopped there and were only able to interview the person blocking them, to which they received the answer “no comment.” The news anchor came up with a bunch of conjectures and ended the segment.

Fu Taiyi couldn’t let it end just like that. Resigned, he parked his car to the side of the road and walked through a section of the mountain forest. He didn’t return to the road until he passed the restricted zone. The entire time, he had to make sure there were no hotel staff driving up from behind him.

If you really want to search, the Mountain Spirit, Shan Gui should be easier to find, right? Records say that she is a beautiful woman who lives on a forested mountain. Guo Shang and Li Hun are too difficult to find.

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The Legend of Sun Knight Side Stories 20: Toward the Light

The Legend of Sun Knight Side Story: Toward the Light

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


“Toward the Light”—translated by lucathia, Taffygirl13 & Trespasserby (proofread by Trespasserby, C/E edited by lucathia)

The Death Knight who fell into the dark abyss still yearns for light, wishing to devote his loyalty to that first ray of light.

“What’s your name?”

Hearing the questioning voice, Roland turned to see a head of brilliant blond hair. Even under the setting evening sun, the resulting halo was still dazzling bright.

Grisia.

Roland looked at him and immediately recalled this name because he had left a deep impression.

Among the young Sun Knight candidates, Grisia was the first one everyone noticed. He had brilliant blond hair, sapphire blue eyes, and bright fair skin. He would also respond with a dazzling smile whenever he noticed anyone looking at him. He was practically a mini version of the Sun Knight. Every candidate thought he would be a strong foe—until the day they sparred using their swordsmanship.

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Eclipse Hunter V4C4: I Hate You; I Love You

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Eclipse Hunter Volume 4: Truth and Lies, Separate Worlds

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Chapter Four: I Hate You; I Love You—translated by Trespasserby (C/E edited by lucathia)

Dark Sun exited the toy store. Because the model couldn’t be completed in the same day, he still didn’t have anything to show for it. So, he still wasn’t happy.

His microchip came up with several ways to solve the problem. He chose to walk to the barbecue stall he and Ezart had frequented a few times before. It was already past eight o’clock. Most people had already finished eating dinner, while those wanting midnight snacks hadn’t arrived yet. Therefore, there weren’t a lot of people by the stall.

He sat down and simply said to the waiter who came up, “One of everything.”

“The portions here are large. Are you waiting for someone?” the waiter cautioned, both out of shock and with good intentions.

Continued