Dominion’s End V4C10: The Ice Spears

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

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


Chapter 10: The Ice Spears—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by EvlNabiki & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

I climbed up the bell tower that had been transformed into a sentry and looked into the distance. There really was a crowd of people coming toward Old Town, and there were at least one or two hundred of them. Plus, their direction was very clear. It’s definitely Old Town!

But how is this possible? Lan City is right behind Old Town. In our current phase, everyone wants to escape from the city, so why would a large group of people head over here?

Is this a mere coincidence, or are they aiming for us? But how did they find out that there are people here… Startled, I suddenly thought of something. Could it be that…

By this time, Yunqian and Shujun had climbed up after me. Once beside me, Yunqian handed over a pair of binoculars and explained, “Cain has already gone to inform Boss. The situation is very bad. The enemy has weapons, and some are dressed in military uniforms. Although we don’t know if they are real soldiers or not, those weapons are definitely genuine.”

Continued

No Hero V8C1: The City of Sin

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No Hero Volume 8: The End, the Beginning, Part Two

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


The Beginning No. 1: The City of Sin—translated by Ever (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by Taffygirl13 & lucathia)

I took a sip of black coffee. It was strong and bitter, which made me frown subconsciously, but cleared my head up quite a bit.

The secretary sat beside me, either typing or directly voice messaging. Although paper wasn’t used much these days, there were still mounds of documents piled up on his desk; how extremely busy he was.

“Kyle, report today’s schedule—”

“Ri Xiang Yan!” Someone hurtled in like the wind with a frantic expression on his face. Having not tidied himself in who-knows-how-long, his appearance would instantly fit in with the homeless if he were tossed out onto the streets.

How dare he call my full name again. I expressionlessly said, “Bill, drag him out and kill him.”

As always, Kyle did not lift his head from the computer monitor. As he dealt with the screen full of messages, he said, “Just based on how he made your bad habit of calling my name wrong reappear after it had finally been corrected, he deserves to die. However, he has not yet finished teaching the young master’s butler. So for the sake of the young master, please wait a bit more.”

Ah Ye… I frowned and asked crossly, “Not yet still? How long has it been already?”

“Less than half a year,” that damned Kyle reminded.

Half a year was indeed too short. No mistakes were allowed with Ah Ye, so even a decade of learning would not be enough.

“Ri Xiang—Ah, no, no, Sun Emperor, just listen to me!” An Te Qi waved his hands around, so excited that he could fly, as if he did not feel the murderous intent around him grow stronger and heavier.

Why is this guy getting crazier each day? Yet I can’t replace him… I growled angrily, “I don’t want to listen to you!”

“It’s about Ah Ye!”

“… Go ahead.”
Continued

Eclipse Hunter V1C5: Ah Ye and Dark Sun Intersect

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Eclipse Hunter Volume 1: Brothers

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Chapter Five: Ah Ye and Dark Sun Intersect—translated by Trespasserby (proofread by Lala Su & elisa; C/E edited by lucathia)

“I was wondering where a brat like you ran off to. So, it turns out you ran off to buy something to eat!”

Ezart ruthlessly punched Ri Xiang Ye’s head. Just as Ezart had said, Ri Xiang Ye was carrying a huge pile of food that he was gorging himself on. At first glance, it looked like he was entirely buried in food.

“I’m sho hungwee…” Ri Xiang Ye blinked, trying hard to eat and speak at the same time.

“Didn’t you just eat?” Ezart muttered.

But he swiped a bag of snacks, pulled opened the bag, and casually sat down. One after another, the snacks were crammed into his mouth. He offhandedly asked, “Hey, where’d you go just now? How come I didn’t see you? You can’t have been eating this whole time, right?”

“No, I did go in!” Ri Xiang Ye protested with his mouth full.

Continued

GOD V3C1: The Little Angel Yaya

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 3: The End Begins

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


Chapter 1: The Little Angel Yaya—translated by lucathia (proofread by elisa & Trespasserby)

Ugh…

Why is it so bright? Is it daytime already? Why didn’t Bai Saya wake me up?

On a normal day, even before the skies would start to brighten, Bai Saya would already be up and training. After he finished his morning training, he would wake Alan up. Then, the two of them would split up to search for breakfast.

The elf opened his beautiful, slim eyes. The piercing sunlight immediately made him shut them again. A long time passed before he could open them once more. It was really too bright already. Not only that, the sun was directly above him. It seems to be noontime, but how is it possible for me to sleep all the way until noon?

He sat up quickly and his state of confusion lasted for a bit before he finally remembered what had happened.

They had been attacked by a plant manipulator. Unable to win, Shooting Star had wanted to use group teleportation so they could flee, but he had been stopped before he could finish reciting the incantation. Defeat had been right before their eyes when Bai Saya had woken up, screamed, and…

Self-destructed.

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Eclipse Hunter V1C4: The Most Important Task—Battling

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Eclipse Hunter Volume 1: Brothers

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Chapter Four: The Most Important Task—Battling—translated by Trespasserby (proofread by Arcedemius & elisa; C/E edited by lucathia)

Actually, Ri Xiang Ye knew that this was a colossal battle simulator.

The battle simulator gymnasium was Yelan Academy’s most iconic feature. It was rumored that the principal went out of his way to develop it as a collaborative effort. When Ri Xiang Ye had chosen to come to Yelan Academy, a large part of the reason was because of the simulator.

A giant projection appeared in front of Ri Xiang Ye as soon as he walked in. On the screen was a sagely old man. There were so many wrinkles on his face that even a mosquito wouldn’t dare to land there, for risk of being squished between the folds.

But this seemingly virtuous elder revealed a mischievous smile and flippantly said, “Hello, little friend! I am Yelan Academy’s principal, Ah Na Yi. Please enter your password and then you can begin battling to your heart’s content.”

“I do not have a password,” Ri Xiang Ye declared honestly.

Continued