GOD V3C5: Saiximili

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 3: The End Begins

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


Chapter 5: Saiximili—translated by lucathia (proofread by elisa)

“Xiao Bai, can you be any more ridiculous? You fell in the ocean and got snatched by a dragon; you had your hand cut by a letter opener and got involved with the end of the world; you picked up an egg by the roadside and got a princess in return?! You’re basically a magnet for trouble. You are not allowed to randomly pick things up, touch them, or even look at them!”

Shooting Star was carrying Yaya as he glared at Bai Saya. The latter could only smile wryly. He was quite unwilling himself, but how was he to know that trouble would keep finding him?

Yaya strongly wished to tug on Shooting Star’s furry ears, causing Shooting Star to really want to pinch her cheeks into an apple red. But no matter how daring he was, Shooting Star would not dare to bully a princess in front of her own bodyguards.

In fact, he could not even toss the little angel at Bai Saya like he usually did whenever he got tired of playing with her. Avian Agid was stubbornly unwilling to allow their princess to be held by a “despicable human” and a “heartless demon.”

“I am so sorry. Dan is just a heartless half demon, while I am a full one!” Shooting Star could not help but mutter under his breath. Then, he took the chance to pinch Yaya’s little butt, warning her to stop wiggling around.

“Wah… Bzz bzz!” Yaya’s butt smarted in pain, and her mouth turned downward; however, instead of crying, she used “bzz bzz” to threaten Shooting Star.

“Ugh!”

Continued

No Hero V8C6: The Silver Pieces of Betrayal

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No Hero Volume 8: The End, the Beginning, Part Two

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


The Beginning NO.6: The Silver Pieces of Betrayal—translated by Raylight (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by Taffygirl13 & lucathia)

“Gē.”

With that one word from Ah Ye, I immediately felt that something was off. The good mood from finally receiving a call from him instantly vanished. With this tone and this hesitancy, there must be something wrong!

Could it be that he’s wounded again? That’s not right, if he received an injury, Ah Ye would definitely keep it from me rather than giving me a call. Something even more serious must have happened!

“Ah Ye, what happened? Who dared to touch you—”

“No! Nothing big happened, don’t panic…”

“You’re hiding things from me again! If nothing big happened, then why would you call me!”

“What do you mean if nothing big happened, I wouldn’t call you! Don’t I always call you at night?”

Hearing that, I snorted and said, “Recently you only call once in three days.”

Actually, it’s not even once in three days, but I should not say the truth. Otherwise Ah Ye will definitely take it for granted and follow the same duration of time before calling again. Honestly, it would be good if I could hear from him even once in five days now. If this continues… It’s all that butler’s fault! Isn’t he even capable of reminding Ah Ye to give a call?

“O-Once in three days isn’t infrequent…”

I threw the paperweight on the desk violently at Bai Lian Yue seated beside me. He caught it with one hand and even rolled his eyes at me. Then, I inquired calmly, “Ah Ye, tell Gēge what exactly happened?”

Now is not the time to debate over how many times he calls. It’s rare for Ah Ye to seek help from me, so if I continue steering the topic away, he’ll be even more unwilling to call me for help in the future.

“Gē… Luo Ye is still alive.”

I was unable to speak for a long time. Never would I have guessed that it was that kind of thing from the past. How could he still be alive? That year, our father had cast an inescapable net in the area. The only way of escaping that was if he was dead. How could he still be alive?

Moreover, Father has been dead for so many years, so why would he appear now? Why did he contact Ah Ye and not me? Is it possible that he knows the truth… No! Let’s not think about all these for now. Ah Ye is still waiting for me to speak. He definitely must be at a loss as to what to do. Ah Ye trusts others too easily, and would probably believe anyone with just a bit of coaxing.

To be able to survive under Father’s merciless pursuit, Luo Ye is definitely not an ordinary person.

I opened my mouth, finding my voice a little hoarse as I said, “That person is with you, isn’t he? Hand him over to me. I will deal with him.”

Once I finished speaking, I knew that I was in trouble. If I said something like that, Ah Ye would definitely refuse…

“No! If you dare to do that, I’m never going to care about you again!”

The line cut off. To think that Ah Ye actually hung up on my call… It sounds like he’s extremely angry and it seems like he won’t hand that person over. How could I be so careless and make the mistake of telling Ah Ye that I intended to “deal with” him? Things will be troublesome from now on…

“Damn it!”
Continued

Dominion’s End V5C4: The Clash of Ice and Lightning

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Dominion’s End Volume 5: Zhanjiang Garrison

Original novel in Chinese by: 禦我 (Yu Wo)


Chapter 4: The Clash of Ice and Lightning—translated by Miaka_Mei (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by Elkin & lucathia)

“Shuyu, where you goin’?”

Cain faintly called out from behind me, but I simply couldn’t pay attention to anyone else. I was rushing at full speed, my mind filled with only thoughts of Shujun getting in all kinds of crises. She might be wounded, bleeding, or even…

I sprinted, ignoring the small voice at the back of my mind warning me that I should remain because there were hardly any JDT members left at the base, and that Dàgē was with Shujun—but then, why was she throwing so many lightning bolts?

Although I’d always said that Shujun’s ability was frighteningly powerful, her strength was in her fine manipulation of her power. If I had to honestly gauge her power, she wasn’t weak but she wasn’t that much stronger than the other JDT members either, particularly after their pace of improvement skyrocketed after they truly understood the strength and importance of special powers.

Shujun would have to go all-out to produce such a large cluster of lightning. She wouldn’t have done such a thing if she hadn’t truly been in danger, because I had warned her over and over again to exert the barest minimum amount of energy to defeat the enemy. You’ll never know what kind of aberrant you’ll meet around the corner of the next street. One must never exhaust one’s energy unless absolutely necessary.

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Eclipse Hunter V2C2: A Rocky Start

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Eclipse Hunter Volume 2: Having Friends, Having Feelings

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)


Chapter Two: A Rocky Start—translated by Trespasserby (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

Ezart walked very slowly into the classroom. The teacher was already teaching at the podium, and the students were already wreaking havoc below. However, as soon as he came in, everyone suddenly stopped and stared as though they were frozen in place inside a freezer.

After several seconds of analysis, everyone confirmed that Ezart’s expression was the same as usual and continued to wreak havoc or teach as usual. The classroom was complete chaos, with various things that could be used in a fight lying scattered across the classroom in pieces, but Ezart’s path was particularly clear.

“Ezart, Ezart. You’re here!” Ri Xiang Ye happily waved at Ezart.

“You’re pretty fast. Were you late?” Ezart casually replied.

“Nope,” Ri Xiang Ye said delightedly.

“Really?” Ezart didn’t really believe him. If he himself had run at full speed, he would still have trouble arriving on time. But he didn’t ask further about a small matter like that.

“Oh, I want to tell you something! I met Bai Lian Xing and his three friends.”

Ezart coldly laughed. “Those are his minions. What? Did they give you a group beating?”

“Nope,” Ri Xiang Ye shook his head. “He wanted me to pass on a message.”

“Ah?” Ezart pulled a chair out and lazily sat in the chair.

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V4C2: Xiang Shui Pan, Part 3—Returning Home

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 4: In the Name of God, Part Two

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


Chapter 2: Xiang Shui Pan, Part 3—Returning Home—translated by lucathia (proofread by Taffygirl13)

“Come in!”

Yu Shu gestured for Jiang Ziya to enter her apartment. The latter froze before following her in.

With all that had happened, Jiang Ziya should have felt sleepy. Yet he did not despite the fact that he had spent the entire night running around and it was already bright outside. Listening to what Yu Shu had to say was not a bad choice. Perhaps she had some things she wanted to tell him that she couldn’t in front of the others, so she wanted to meet him alone.

The moment she entered, Yu Shu saw a shadow flee into a room, gorgeous white sleeves lined with gold brushing past her.

Meanwhile, House Keeper stood in the living room, his back to the entrance. He soon turned around. As he was about to greet his mistress, he saw Jiang Ziya and stilled for a moment before he said with a smile, “Jiang Ziya, welcome.”

Yu Shu yelled across the room, “Hold Keeper, why are you hiding? Come out!”

Normally, using such a tone to speak to Hold Keeper would result in a hundred quips back from him, but now, he timidly walked out from the study and didn’t dare to say a single word.

Continued