No Hero V3C3: The Non-Human Werewolf and the Human Dragon Peace

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No Hero Volume 3: Non-Human Killer

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)

Human, Non-Human Killer Chapter 3: The Non-Human Werewolf and the Human Dragon Peace – translated by raylight

February 10, 2110, Sunny

The little young master said that he was very bored, so I brought him out to watch a movie, walk along the streets, and eat chocolate sundaes. It seemed he had never done these things before. This was astounding… However, he seemed to be very happy with this. As expected, he is a child who is easy to coax.

While we were eating chocolate sundaes, we talked about many things. The little young master had graduated from combat school over half a year ago, and was currently a bodyguard for the Sun Emperor… Pfftt! What a joke. He himself was a subject to be protected. How could he be considered a bodyguard?

“I’m so bored.”

This seemed to be the little young master’s greatest problem, and his reason for being down in the dumps. His old classmates had all gone off to look for jobs, and everyone was very busy. He was the only one who didn’t have anything to do. Though he was the Sun Emperor’s bodyguard in name, he hadn’t done anything for half a year. So, he was extremely bored.

This was something that I could actually understand… The lifespan of a vampire was so long that I often felt bored, bored to the point of insanity.


Romance RPG V1C8: Part Eight

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Romance RPG

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

Part Eight—translated by Doza

“Just as I arrived today, the auntie next door, the uncle in the west, and a whole crowd of villagers, told me to set out on my journey at once. Otherwise, I would not be in time for the castle ball. Although I have a sword, it never gave me any suggestions. Consequently, I was forced to pick my bag up from the table, read the map drawn on the invitation card, and set off.”

Meng monotonously narrated the reason why a person and a sword had appeared on a prairie. The sword was currently sticking out of Meng’s backpack. Even though his eyes and mouth were exposed, having just been sent spinning into the air by Meng, Lin Jian Yin did not dare to open his mouth.

“I took a look at the items inside the pack. There are only some rations, a skirt, and money.”

As she had been having this monologue for a while, Meng was feeling rather bored. Her tone softened a bit, and thinking of asking the sword for his opinion, she turned her head back to ask, “Sword, will it be fine if we directly attend the ball?”

When he heard that Meng did not sound as cold as before, a string of words immediately flowed out from Lin Jian Yin, “Of course not. At the very least, you have to dress yourself up. Look at you, your head is like some bird’s nest or an old woman’s. Don’t even mention the prince; you wouldn’t even be able to pick up the elderly king.


Kill No More VS 1/2 Prince V1C6: Chapter 6

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Kill No More VS ½ Prince Melee: The Legendary Gods

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

Chapter 6 – translated by Dahlys

“Just put it on.” Feng Long Ming, who was also holding a helmet in his hands, put his on right after he had finished talking. Then, he lay down on the sofa in a comfortable position and did not move or speak any further.

Liola did not ponder over it too much. He felt that although these people in front of him were no threat to him in a one-on-one situation, as long as they worked together, they could easily subdue Kaiser and him. Therefore, there was absolutely no need for these people to conspire against the two of them. Once he was certain that there was no danger, Liola put on the helmet. I should take back the Dragon Cross Necklace before doing anything else.

Liola slowly opened his eyes—only to discover that his surroundings had completely changed. Just a moment ago, he had been in a rather ordinary-looking living room, but now, he was standing on a round stage with white fog all around him.

“It’s been a long time since someone new has come here.”

Liola heard someone giggling. He looked up and saw a ravishing beauty spreading her wings and circling around his head. She fluttered her long and thick eyelashes with a hungry expression in her eyes, like a wolf that had gone without prey for too long and had suddenly seen a fat sheep.


Human Doll Contract Manhua Chapter 1: Xiao Xue

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Hello hello hello! EvlNabiki here ^u^ You may be familiar with me since, during some of the monthly updates, I had advertised for staff~

Well, I’m glad to tell you that our group is now up and running, and moreover, we’re doing a joint with PR!

So without further ado, here is chapter 1 of Human Doll Contract!

The Batoto page can be found here for online reading, and here is the download~ Have fun, and please do let us know your thoughts ^u^

The Legend of Sun Knight V8C10: “God’s; the Demon King’s; the People’s—Plan”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 8: Ending the Demon King, Part Two

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

The Tenth Chapter of the Final Battle: “God’s; the Demon King’s; the People’s—Plan”—translated by Doza

Upon returning to the Demon King’s Castle, I arrived at a place I almost never visited: the hall for summoning the undead army.

It was dark and chaotic inside. There were more than ten summoning circles drawn on the floor, and piles of dark elemental gems—which I had made—were scattered all over the place. Furthermore, there were many undead creatures that had just been summoned, and clearly had not come to their senses yet. Even though they were under orders, there were still many wandering about in a daze.

With the exception of the undead creatures surging ceaselessly from the magic circles, Scarlet was the only one present. I had initially thought that Illu might be there too, but he was not. Excellent.

The moment Scarlet saw me, she set aside the summoning magic at her hands and floated over to my side.

“Child, why are you crying?”

I looked toward her, but I couldn’t offer even a single word in reply, because I did not know what the matter was, either.