Big and Little Sun Go Go 26: Armed to the Teeth

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 26: Armed to the Teeth—translated by Simone (proofread by J Tao; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Congratulations, the players obtained the Leaf Clan’s Artifact.”

A leaf-shaped pendant appeared in Elaro’s hands. The leaf seemed like an unassuming, authentic leaf, but when he touched it, he discovered that it bore a kind of illusion that made it only seem like a real leaf.

Of course Grisia was elated to have received an object that could automatically treat serious injuries, but presently, he and Elaro both looked somewhat puzzled. Elaro hesitantly asked, “‘The Pope’s Veil,’ is that referring to our Pope?”

Grisia chuckled. A veil, a beautiful, sixteen-year-old young man, who could it be but our Pope?

Elaro paused for a moment, then asked, “Teacher, the next worlds we go to, could—
could our world be a possibility?”

Grisia considered it and said, “Perhaps it is possible.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 25: Spinning the Wheel Again

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 25: Spinning the Wheel Again—translated by Simone (proofread by J Tao & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Side quest updated: To be able to eat your fill during the apocalypse is such a blessing!

It’s even better to eat something you like. Please find player Elaro’s favorite food.”

“We need to find Elaro’s favorite food.”

As Grisia said this, he and Charles immediately looked at Elaro.

Confused, Elaro said, “I’m really not picky.”

Grisia shook his head and said, “No, Will said that there is no quest that is absolutely impossible to complete. There must be something you like to eat the most.”

Elaro frowned as he thought it over. Perhaps I have preferences, but I really can’t say if there’s something I like to eat the most.

Charles smiled and suggested, “My young master is also not a picky eater, but he prefers calorie-rich food. His favorite food is most likely the barbequed meat he and his friend Ezart fight over when they eat at that particular barbeque place.”

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 24: The Daily Life of a Holy Knight

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 24: The Daily Life of a Holy Knight—translated by Simone (proofread by Arcedemius & Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

The woman Elaro had saved cried tears of gratitude. “Thank you for saving us.”

“The benevolent God of Light is always willing to offer a helping hand.”

“… Yes, eh, thank you anyway.” The woman’s face had stiffened.

“We should hurry to the supermarket to find food, before other monsters come looking.”

Charles stepped forward to help Elaro out before the gratitude of the people he’d saved disappeared. With his oblivious praising of the God of Light, the people started looking at him like he was a nutcase. Luckily, he remained perfectly composed under their gazes.

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 23: NPC

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 23: NPC—translated by Simone (proofread by J Tao; C/E edited by lucathia)

Just as Elaro warned him, Charles also heard the noises resounding up from the staircase. If he hadn’t been so caught up in the search for necessities, he would have heard them sooner.

There were the sounds of running footsteps and screams of women and children. Hearing this, Grisia paled and shouted, “Elaro, go down and save those people. Don’t forget to cast Light Shield first!”

Elaro rushed down the stairs without hesitation.

Hearing these words, Charles was slightly surprised. He hadn’t thought that Grisia would actively think to save people. He wouldn’t have thought it strange if it had been Elaro, but instead it was Grisia who had taken the lead and shouted for Elaro to save them, as though it were only natural for them to do so.

Charles couldn’t help but mutter to himself, “So these are holy knights?

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Big and Little Sun Go Go 22: Department Store

Big and Little Sun Go Go

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


Part 22: Department Store—translated by TaffyGirl13 (C/E edited by lucathia)

“Congratulations to the player for receiving: Energy Dagger.”

The dagger fell into Elaro’s hands. He had originally felt quite excited for the spinner to land on the dagger but was stunned when he saw the item in his hold. How could this be a dagger? At most, it is a handle. It was a silver, oblate shape that even had anti-slip grooves carved in that made it quite easy to grip. But where is the most important blade?

Elaro helplessly glanced at his teacher.

Grisia no longer wondered at such strange sights. They had spun the wheel to get a meat bun last time, and one of the choices this time had even been a clam. What’s the big deal about a bladeless dagger?

Continued