The Legend of Sun Knight V5C7: “Dragging Others Down”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 5: The Undying Lich, Part One

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


The Seventh Misdeed of an Undying Lich: “Dragging Others Down” – translated by Azakura

When I once again woke up and used my sensing ability, I nearly scared myself to death. That fellow Leaf was actually bent over by my bedside, crying, though he was only weeping quietly…

I shot up from my bed and shouted, “What happened? Don’t tell me Judgment slipped out and got himself killed again?”

“Sun?” Leaf lifted his head and squealed, “Sun, you’ve finally awakened! That’s great!”

Finally awakened? I somewhat began to understand. It seems that I have been sleeping for too long again. “How long did I sleep for?”

“Five days.” Upon finishing his sentence, he stressed greatly, “You slept like a log. Everyone was worried to death! We took turns looking after you and were to notify the Pope if anything abnormal occurred.”

I nodded my head and gathered a bit of holy element. After that, I slowly got out of bed, stood up, and walked a few steps to loosen my muscles. My limbs were a little stiff at first. It does seem like I’ve slept for too long, but other than that, there aren’t actually any abnormalities.

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½ Prince V9C5: Wicked, Part One

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½ Prince Volume 9: Sequel

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


Chapter 5: Wicked, Part One – translated by Lily and lucathia

My real name is Zhuo Ling Bin, but in Second Life, I go by Wicked.

Second Life is a virtual game developed more than ten years ago. However, due to overdeveloped artificial intelligence, the game spiraled out of control. Since then, the government has explicitly limited the artificial intelligence level in games. In other words, Second Life, also called the Forbidden Game, is still the world’s most immersive game, especially since nearly half of the NPCs developed self-awareness. If not for the Dictator of Life’s aid in overseeing this place, I have no idea what sort of devastating consequences this game would have resulted in.

Although in reality, this game has already had dire repercussions. More than ten years ago, the developer of Second Life, Long Dian, contracted a terminal illness. Terrified of the idea of death, he even used the world’s most intelligent computer, the Dictator of Life, to threaten the entire world!

That particular event had huge consequences, including making Second Life spiral out of control forever, turning it into a world of only NPCs. However, the biggest consequence to me was that I lost my most precious person.

Feng Lan, my Xiao Lan, was Prince, the person who led everyone to stop Long Dian at that time.

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The Legend of Sun Knight Side Stories 13: “When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher Part Two”

The Legend of Sun Knight Side Story: When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


“When Teacher Wasn’t Yet Teacher Part Two” – translated by lucathia

As Chasel looked at the Sun Knight Platoon that was assembled before him, his face grew increasingly dark. Each holy knight capable of joining the platoons of the Twelve Holy Knights went through very careful selection, even more so for the Sun Knight Platoon. If a holy knight was not in possession of excellent strength or at least some quality others didn’t have, he could not become part of the platoon of the leader of the Holy Temple.

So… Who were these lazy men standing before him?

Chasel’s gaze swept across the platoon members. He recognized a few of them. His teacher wasn’t an autocratic person; before deciding on the members of Chasel’s platoon, he had once sent a list over for Chasel to peruse, though he had also said that he might not be able to acquire the men. He had just wanted Chasel to select a few men he wanted the most, and then he would do his best to obtain those men.

Chasel spotted a man that he had asked his teacher to obtain at all costs. Originally, he had hoped to recruit the man and had planned on letting him become his vice-captain after a trial period. However, this man was simply too popular and had been selected by the previous Sun Knight one step faster.

The most popular candidate back then is actually in this condition at the moment. Chasel felt an indescribable fury. He narrowed his eyes. He recalled that this man’s name was…

“Kleenly.”

The holy knight who was standing in the center was surprised. He stepped forward and replied, “Present!”

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Female Warrior Prologue V1C3: Light and Shadow Part 3

Female Warrior Prologue Volume 1: Light and Shadow

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


Chapter 3: Light and Shadow Part 3 – translated by Azakura

Red Cloak stared blankly. The Ballad of the Warrior Queen that he had just heard was not the same as the one he had heard before. The bard’s attitude was also very strange. Although he had kept his head bowed the whole time and hadn’t looked at Red Cloak at all, the constant questions raised by the song seemed almost as if they were being asked of him.

Red Cloak darted a glance at the bard and passed judgment. “This song sounds awful. If you choose to sing this piece today, don’t blame me when you get hit by someone.”

“Is that so?” The bard rubbed his nose and spoke rather innocently, “But LL told me that I have to ask such questions every time I arrive somewhere new! If the Warrior Queen happens to hear me by some stroke of luck and is willing to give me an answer, LL said that he would exchange the harp that he always carries with him for that answer and also relieve me of his decree that I must always sing the Ballad of the Warrior Queen for at least three days every time I arrive at a new location.”

When he finished speaking, the bard looked towards Red Cloak and asked, “What do you think? Why did the Warrior Queen want to leave? Is it because the Holy King did not love her, so staying with a lover that did not even love her was far too painful to bear? Or did the Holy King force her to leave? Or maybe it’s because the Holy Queen deliberately made things difficult…”

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