Dominion’s End V4C3: Foray into Lan City, Part Two

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

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

Chapter 3: Foray into Lan City, Part Two—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by Taffygirl13 & lucathia)

Xiao Sha sent his opponent’s kitchen knife flying with a strike from his dagger. At the same time, he delivered a single kick, knocking the other person a few steps back. The opponent clutched his stomach as he keeled over, groaning in pain. Xiao Sha turned to look at me, then ran straight back without a word or question. He glanced around before saying, “That one.”

I looked over. There was a row of townhouses, and all of them looked exactly the same. The external wall was made of stone and appeared fairly high-grade. The door was even sturdier, just like the gates of a city. Good choice!

After nodding with approval, the two of us quickly started to run toward the building, with Xiao Sha easily taking the lead. As expected of a user of the wind ability. He turned to look back and suddenly paused in his steps, seemingly wanting to run back to the rear.

I rolled my eyes at him. “Keep running! Think of a method to get inside first.”

Xiao Sha continued to charge toward the house again, jumping up and down to look for an entrance. I gained a moment of reprieve and so turned to look back. Three or four of the looters were collapsed on the ground, while the man in the puffer coat was still standing, his left hand tightly clutching his right. Needless to say, this method of applying pressure to staunch the bleeding was rather effective, as his hand was no longer spurting blood.

He was observing our movements with suspicion clouding his face. But this doubt didn’t last for long. Faint tremors ran through the ground, causing the both of us to simultaneously look in the same direction. Billowing smoke and dust emerged from the horizon, immediately followed by a distinct sound—the sound of footsteps. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say the sound of hoofbeats?

The clip-clop sounds did not seem as strong and powerful as a horse’s. They were more likely to be from creatures of a smaller size. But this also indicated how large in number they must be, to be able to cause such strong vibrations.

“Shuyu! Hurry up and get inside!”


GOD V2C6: To the South, Part One

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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

Chapter 6: To the South, Part One—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Yahoo! Xiao Bai, look! The color of the sea looks so similar to the color of Alan’s eyes!”

Shooting Star brazenly held on to the side of the boat, with half of his body hanging out of the boat. He repeatedly shrieked at the churning waves below. Right now, his favorite thing to do was to throw whatever object was within reach off the boat and watch the rolling waves swallow the innocent objects.

“Reckless abandon.” This phrase was simply tailor-made for Shooting Star.

When they first went to find Dan, Shooting Star hadn’t shown any expression of guilt. In fact, whether or not he had any feelings of guilt at all was up for debate. Not only that, he boldly gestured at Alan and said, “This is Alan. You recognize him, right? He’s that elf!”

Shooting Star, you… Bai Saya simply wanted to find a hole and crawl into it. Who would steal something someone was guarding and then shamelessly introduce that thing to the person?

“Since Ice Chess said Dan already knows, it’s all right!” Shooting Star said confidently, “If we tell Dan early on, then when we’re out at sea, we can have Alan restore his golden hair! I don’t want to have to continue to look at this ugly black hair!”

“Ice Chess went to find you?” Dan was silent for a while and hurriedly turned to ask Bai Saya, “He didn’t hurt you, did he?”

Woah woah woah! Shooting Star elbowed Alan, who was beside him, a few times and taunted them, “Look! He only cares about Xiao Bai. I think we simply shouldn’t tag along anymore. If we go, we might incur resentment. Don’t you agree?”


Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C3: Existence’s Bane Part 1—Natal Chart

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 3: In the Name of God, Part One

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

Chapter 3: Existence’s Bane, Part 1—Natal Chart—translated by lucathia (proofread by Taffygirl13 & Trespasserby)

“Bane of blood, bane of husband, bane of brood; a natal chart that tells of existence’s bane?”

Lu Yang frowned.

Lin Zhixiang stared at Lu Yang. Then, she turned to look at Liu Yishi by the side, who even gave her a wink. Finally, she decided to turn and focus her gaze back on Jiang Ziya.

Jiang Ziya reassured her, “Don’t worry. Lu Yang is very powerful. His family runs a temple, and he’s even the temple’s successor!”

Lin Zhixiang’s expression was extremely odd, but Jiang Ziya completely understood her feelings. It really was an impossible feat to accept a monk with the looks of a model. Besides, there was even a foreigner dad sitting beside him. The oddity was practically enough to pierce the heavens.

She let her head drop and quietly said, “It’s okay. I’ve already asked tons of people. No one has dared to help change my fate.”

Jiang Ziya felt she really was pitiful. Both of her parents were deceased, her only brother ended up disabled, and her entire family chased her out. If not for her brother and one of her aunts financially helping her in secret, she would have had trouble even surviving up until this age. All of these many tribulations had come about from a fortune teller pronouncing her the bane of all existence. Whoever approached her would die!

“Lu Yang, is there really such a thing as bane of blood?”

Lu Yang said with a frown, “Yes, but it’s super rare.”

Just by looking at Lu Yang’s expression, Jiang Ziya could tell that he wasn’t being honest, but he didn’t question him further. If Lu Yang wasn’t clarifying it, it was most likely because it had something to do with the innerworld again, and Lu Yang didn’t want Lin Zhixiang to know. There was no going back after taking a step inside.


No Hero V7C2: Father, Golden-Haired

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SPOILER WARNING FOR ECLIPSE HUNTER. While most of No Hero is light on spoilers for Eclipse Hunter, Volume 7 and on of No Hero will veer heavily into spoiler zone for the final volumes of Eclipse Hunter.

No Hero Volume 7: The End, the Beginning, Part One

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Second Step Toward the End: Father, Golden-Haired—translated by Raylight (proofread by Trespasserby & Minthe; C/E edited by Taffygirl13 & lucathia)

“What the heck are these!” Ezart roared, “I’ve seen plenty of zombies before, but what in the world are these?”

There was no way I could stop firing the machine gun in my hands. I was also extremely shocked by these enemies that had appeared from nowhere. They had such high agility and strength that if it weren’t for the strong firepower of our adventuring group, we would probably have been wiped out!

Most remarkable was the fact that they were not ugly in the least bit. They looked completely humanoid, with white skin, slender eyes, and perfect figures. Their movements were as elegant as those of dancers. Such beauty… Just like the night race recorded in “that book!”

“What exactly are you laughing about?” Ezart shot me a glare, but not once did he stop firing the machine gun. His combat abilities were extremely incredible—the large sum of money I’d spent to employ him was definitely not wasted.

This was unmistakably the right place, the place recorded in the book. The design on the cover was indeed a map, just simply too large in scale. If I had not specifically gone to measure and compare it, there was no way I could have located this place.

Thankfully, there are computers in this world. After writing a program, there is nothing in this world that cannot be measured.

Fortunately, I also have a good friend, a doctor with a keen sense of intuition, who managed to tell that this design was actually a map from the first glance.

There were many diagrams of genes in the book. If I’m guessing correctly, this place isn’t some ancient tomb, but a giant laboratory.

A biology laboratory!