Dominion’s End V6C6: Ice Spear’s Power Flares

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Dominion’s End Volume 6: The Unknown Elite

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)

Chapter 6: Ice Spear’s Power Flares—translated by J Tao, Dahlys, Raylight, lucathia & Taffygirl13 (proofread by elisa; C/E edited by lucathia)

I had expected the people outside to charge right in as soon as the front gates opened, like locusts swarming over a country uncontrollably. After all, that mass of people had always been of that kind of character. However, they were actually being held off by the soldiers’ gun barrels, and could only obediently follow behind the soldiers.

Seeing this, I was really left speechless. My older brother and Cain could also ruthlessly use guns to push people away, but they really weren’t too interested in managing the people. Although they’d use martial law to quell any disturbances, they wouldn’t be bothered to manage them afterward. That said, not having enough time to manage people was probably also a factor. After all, the Jiang Dominion’s manpower was truly too pitiful.

After this, I’ll have to advise Dàgē to find some people to specially handle things like this—wait, isn’t Tai Wen a nicely fitting candidate for this?

The people their group had been leading were just so good. It couldn’t have been just because of Guan Weijun’s mighty fists, and looking back on the past few days, Tai Wen’s contributions couldn’t have been insignificant. This was the talent of managing people. In addition, he had a unique and useful ability. Letting go of such a talented person absolutely couldn’t happen; as soon as I went back, I’d have to raise the issue with Dàgē.

That is, assuming we survive this…


Illusions, Lies, Truth V5C2: Apartment, Part 2—Demonic Chair

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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 2: Apartment, Part 2—Demonic Chair—translated by lucathia

Kill him!

Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him! Kill him!

Jiang Ziya blinked open his eyes, heart beating so quickly that even his breathing sped up. For a moment, he didn’t know where he was or what he had been doing. He was surrounded by pitch blackness, the yin energy so overwhelming that he couldn’t see anything.

He tried to walk, but he couldn’t move at all, as if the thick yin energy were restraining him.

Kill him!

He can’t be allowed to leave. A lot of people will die…

There’s no way out anymore. I have to buy time for someone else to discover that there’s something wrong. Even if I die, I have to slow him down!

—Kill me!

The cold whispers drifted around him ceaselessly. At first, they started as full sentences until they became “Kill him,” and then “Kill me.” Finally, all that was left was a chorus of “kill kill kill kill kill.”

Jiang Ziya’s forehead became covered in sweat as each “kill” reached his ears. He was so irritated he could kill someone. Thankfully, he had never even really beaten anyone up before, let alone kill someone, so he was able to suppress the impulse. He tried his best to remember what he had just heard so that he could tell Lu Yang after he escaped.

As for how to do so, Jiang Ziya hadn’t made any progress. Even when sweat trickled into his eyes, all he could do was endure the prickling pain. He couldn’t move at all.

Fortunately, it didn’t take long for the yin energy around him to slowly gather together into a huge ball. Then, it took further shape. First, an arm, then a leg… Soon, it became the shadowy figure of a person sitting. The person’s figure was so extremely dark that even the light bulb hanging from the ceiling couldn’t illuminate it. The rays of light were swallowed, becoming part of the darkness.


No Hero V9C9: Heroes

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No Hero Volume 9: Endless Days

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The End NO. 9: Heroes—Translated by J Tao (proofread by Minthe & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

Charles looks so weak. As expected, eating too many blood candies is a big problem.

It’s just that the numbers aren’t there anymore, so I have no way to appraise his thoughts.

Since there’s no other way, I can only ask him directly.

“Charles, if one day both X and I are in mortal danger, who would you save?”

“Then if it’s X and the Elysees family? Who would you save?”

In the end, Charles didn’t give me an answer. Is it time to go back using the numbers and analyses to determine who he considers most important?

The results of the microchip’s self-diagnostic tests didn’t indicate any damage. I should be able to turn its functions back on…

Except, I’m looking at Charles without wanting to open fire. There are no threat levels, and no prompts to eliminate the target. It seems like I can simply refrain from shooting.

Without the numbers, haven’t things improved?

At the very least, the world looks so clean. People come and go, and there aren’t any numbers next to their faces. Lots of passers-by are looking at me. Do their expressions mean they like me, or do they think I’m weird, hm? Well, there should probably be more people who like me, right?

I sat on a bench by the sidewalk and watched for a long, long time.

“Microchip, bring the system prompt functions out of sleep mode.”

If I wanted to go save X, I would need those numbers.


Big and Little Sun Go Go 42: These Two People Are Actually

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 42: These Two People Are Actually…—translated by Trespasserby (C/E edited by J Tao & lucathia)

Hearing the results, Grisia quickly glanced at his watch. It was almost midnight. He immediately shouted, “Elaro, you still have ten minutes to try using invisibility!”

When he was done shouting, Elaro disappeared from where he had been. No matter how wide Grisia opened his eyes or how bright the holy light he emanated to illuminate the surroundings was, he couldn’t see anyone.

When Elaro reappeared, he was standing behind his teacher. He patted his teacher on the shoulder.

Grisia turned around, shooting off lightning as he did. Fortunately, Elaro had trained in combat since he was young. With a well-timed backbend, he dodged the lightning. As he turned and looked back, he saw the lightning fell a large tree. At that moment, Elaro made a firm resolution: while his teacher was sixteen -years-old and holding onto that staff, he would definitely be a model student who never scared his teacher.


Big and Little Sun Go Go 41: Level Up

Big and Little Sun Go Go

Original novel in Chinese by 御我 (Yu Wo)

Part 41: Level Up—Translated by Trespasserby (C/E edited by J Tao & lucathia)

Will’s message: “Congratulations to the players for receiving the Red Cloak.”

Immediately, Grisia asked, “For the twelve hours it can be worn in each world, does that mean it has to be worn for twelve continuous hours or can it be worn on and off, for an accumulated total of twelve hours?”

“While activated, it can be put on and taken off. The time the players wear the cloak will be recorded and accumulated toward twelve hours.”

“Will the cloak have an effect on me?”

Will’s response: “This item will have an effect on the player.”

Grisia issued an instruction, “Elaro, wear it. I’ll see how effective it really is.”

Elaro unfurled the cloak behind him, then draped it over his shoulders.