Dominion’s End V4C7: Tier Two Duel, Part One

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Dominion’s End Volume 4: Battle for Lan City

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


Chapter 7: Tier Two Duel, Part One—translated by Michimochi (proofread by EvlNabiki & Lala Su; C/E edited by lucathia)

By the time we returned to the mini storage, it was already very late. There was no need for discussion. Everyone automatically understood that we were going to stay here for the night. The dark was definitely not the best time for the living to be active.

Upon returning, Guan Weijun ascertained everyone’s well-being. She then went to the side with Zhang Jing and Tai Wen for a private discussion. The topic was probably the distribution of crystals. Those two seemed to be her right- and left-hand. I didn’t know how she was going to distribute them; there were five crystals, so it was best to give them all to one person. One person could hardly feel any effect with partial consumption. But at the end of the day, the distribution itself was always the difficult part. One wrong move, and just a few crystals could shatter the team’s harmony.

I scrunched my brows and watched Guan Weijun. She placed the crystals in Tai Wen’s hands. I couldn’t really tell from my angle, but it seemed to be all of the crystals…

“Please don’t be afraid of my Xiao Jun.”

Startled, I looked back and saw Mom looking at me with uneasiness. She even anxiously explained, “You probably saw Xiao Jun’s strength, right? She’s actually a good girl. She’s just… just a bit tomboyish and learned a bit of boxing. I don’t know how her strength became so powerful…”

I looked back on how Guan Weijun could use her bare fists to smash brains into pulp all over the floor. And this much power was before she even ate any crystals! But to me, that scene wasn’t gruesome. I just found it regrettable. If I had been that strong in my last life, maybe Mom wouldn’t have passed away so early on in the beginning stages of the apocalypse.

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No Hero V7C7: Lion, A Different Kind

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

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


The Seventh Step Toward the End: Lion, A Different Kind—translated by Raylight (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by Taffygirl13 & lucathia)

“Unbelievable!”

The whole exploration team started dancing in excitement, myself included. Only Ezart was extraordinarily calm, keeping his cool as he surveyed the area for danger as per usual.

I asked him in disbelief, “Don’t you think that everything in front of your eyes is absolutely incredible? We went into an ancient tomb, yet we are seeing technology that far surpasses the current age!”

“Hah? Of course it’s unbelievable! But I’ve seen plenty more unbelievable things. If you want to continue being awed by it, then first you got to stay alive!”

In that moment, I felt great respect for the man. As expected, I had also fallen into the trap of stereotyping someone, and had subconsciously regarded him as a coarse person with great fighting skills. I had truly been too foolish. Really, no one at Ri Xiang Ye’s side could be a simple person.

“What exactly do you want? There’s too many things here, and the journey back is very treacherous. If you don’t have a death wish, then you shouldn’t carry anything too heavy, so we can’t bring much with us.” As he spoke, he gave a vicious glare at the rest of the team, stopping them from clearing out the whole place.

I looked at the whole laboratory—my sole wish was to spend a year or so here. “How much time do I have to look around?”

Ezart frowned as he answered, “I’ll give you three hours, and then we’re scramming!”

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GOD V2C8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, Part Two

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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 8: Stone of Fury, Wrath, Part Two—translated by Jia Ling (proofread by Minthe & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

“How heavy.” Bai Saya was a bit surprised to feel the weight of the egg.

“The egg is about to hatch. However, it is just too small. I am unable to take care of something so small.”

The dragon sighed. Regardless of how willing she was to take care of her friend’s child, she was forced to face reality and put the egg in the care of others. Unfortunately, although they had formed a friendship, she had not concerned herself with her friend’s family. She also did not know if the latter had other extended family members that could help take care of the child. She had no one to ask anymore either.

“Human, you are male and unable to take care of this child. However, are you willing to help me find a mother for the child?”

Looking at the egg in his hands, Bai Saya’s heart was filled with pity. As Shooting Star would say, he was radiating the light of righteousness everywhere again. The swordsman naturally could not refuse the request because of his morals. He nodded and said, “All right, I will do everything I can to find him a good mother.”

“Good.” The dragon nodded her head and replied, “You can take some things from here as you wish as your reward.”

“How could I…”

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Illusions, Lies, Truth V3C4: School Wonders Part 3—That Angel, That Demon

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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 4: School Wonders, Part 3—That Angel, That Demon—translated by lucathia (proofread by Taffygirl13 & Trespasserby)

As he picked up the feathers, Jiang Ziya found that he had strangely returned to the location of the first school wonder. Did the angel disappear so early on?

A sudden flash of light made Jiang Ziya lift his head to look up at the rooftop of the department building, only for him to discover a figure standing beside the fence of the roof.

“Hey! Careful!”

Jiang Ziya shouted a few times, but the other person didn’t react at all. The only thing Jiang Ziya could do was begin to dash toward the roof. As expected, all the doors were open on the way there, as if someone had gone ahead of him.

He rushed straight to the rooftop, gasping for air. It felt like he had done a whole month’s worth of running today.

He tried pushing the metal door to the rooftop, and it swung open just like he thought it would. The moment he walked in, Jiang Ziya’s gaze was drawn by the most eye-catching thing there—the angel.

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