Dominion’s End V6C7: This Time, Seize Control! Part Two

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Dominion’s End Volume 6: The Unknown Elite

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)

Chapter 7: This Time, Seize Control! Part Two—translated by Miaka Mei & lucathia (proofread by Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

Ceng Yunqian suddenly exclaimed in a strangled voice, “Captain Wen, you’re wrong. Shuyu is Leader’s precious little brother. If he wishes to stay in the mansion, the JDT can protect the mansion, so we don’t need you to stand up for us!”

Wen Jianuo’s lips twitched but he didn’t speak. The electric current had shocked him speechless—it seemed like Shujun’s lightning really was a nemesis to the metal ability.

Chen Yanqing jumped up and continued the story, “Even the youngest sister had come over to help out. How could a grown man just stay inside the mansion? Plus, Captain Wen only said something like ‘stay inside and grow some grass.’ Aren’t you guys overreacting too much?”

He actually made it make sense! I’ve really gotta hand it to these guys. It’s a shame that their budding careers in acting and screenwriting got cut short by the apocalypse.

Junjun gasped, finally noticing that something was amiss. She nervously glanced at me a few times, looking so embarrassed that I, this èrgē, immediately forgave my mèimei.


Eclipse Hunter V4Prologue: Prologue

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Eclipse Hunter Volume 4: Truth and Lies, Boundaries

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

Prologue—translated by Trespasserby (proofread by Xuan & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Gēge! I’m here.”

Ri Xiang Ye opened the door to the study while wearing an adorable smile. He sneakily stuck his head inside and quietly asked, “Are you busy, Gēge?”

“Of course not. Come in.”

Although he was buried in paperwork, as soon as Ri Xiang Yan heard the sound of his little brother’s voice, he immediately lifted his head, abandoned his paperwork, and ignored the secretary he was in a phone call with. He smiled and said, “Tell Gēge, have you been happy today, Ah Ye?”

“Yup!” Ri Xiang Ye skipped over and threw himself onto Ri Xiang Yan, clinging onto the other person’s shoulders like a child asking to be pampered.


Ri Xiang Yan smiled as he hugged his beloved little brother back. He rubbed his head and indulgently asked, “What did you do today? Why are you so happy? Tell Gēge, was it that going to school was very fun?”

Ri Xiang Ye tilted his head and said grumpily, “I didn’t go to school! Gēge, you forgot again! I’m playing with Dr. An Te Qi at home.”

The smile on Ri Xiang Yan’s face seemed to stiffen after he heard that. But he nonchalantly replied, “Is that so! Sorry, Gēge was wrong.”

“It’s O.K.,” Ri Xiang Ye giggled and said back.


No Hero V9C10: Eternal

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No Hero Volume 9: Endless Days

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The End NO.10: Eternal—Translated by J Tao (proofread by Minthe; C/E edited by lucathia)

My vision was filled with numbers again, and the world once again returned to its original state. But to save X, there was no other way… Wait.

Microchip, can the notifications be turned off?


They really turned off.

So, um, how did this happen? Before, these functions could never be turned off. How did this suddenly happen?

Additionally, there were several other things that weren’t quite right, the most glaring one being… that Charles was still alive.

After he acted against Gēge, after Gēge gave the order to kill him, and after I realized his significance level was approaching Gēge’s, Charles was still alive.

Does this have anything to do with Gēge doing so many strange things?

It must, right? Gēge definitely did this on purpose. It’s just that letting Charles become more significant than him is absolutely unthinkable. Huh, just how high is Charles’s significance level now?

Microchip, evaluate Charles Endelis’s significance level.

Evaluating. Level of significance is ninety…

Never mind!

Microchip, permanently shut down the significance level evaluation function, and only turn on battle related notifications during combat.

Most of the time, it’s better to look at a clean, numberless world.

Charles was right. Everyone is significant.

Illusions, Lies, Truth V5C3: Inheritance, Part 2—Si Ming

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 5: The Fallen, Jiu Ge, Part One

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

Chapter 3: Inheritance, Part 2—Si Ming—translated by lucathia (proofread by Minthe)

Before the alarm clock went off, Fu Jun already gave a big yawn and crawled up. As usual, he turned off the alarm and obediently got up to freshen up. Something like lazing around in bed didn’t exist in his vocabulary.

Fu Jun walked into the kitchen that was also the dining room. As usual, there was someone there making breakfast.

“Good morning.”

That person paused and turned slightly to give a nod before continuing to poach eggs.

Fu Jun opened the refrigerator and took out the milk while saying, “I want two slices of cheese between my toast!”

That person nodded.

“I don’t know where Taiyi went again. He didn’t come home to sleep.” As Fu Jun poured the milk, he complained, “Who knows how long he’ll disappear for this time? Do you know he actually took two changes of clothes with him? Before when he sneakily took the plane out of the country, he didn’t bring more than two changes of clothes with him.”

Fu Jun sat at the dining table, drinking milk unhappily. When they had first met, Fu Taiyi kept saying that he would be an exemplary dad, but in the end, he was never present.

A pair of hands brought over a plate which contained toast with a poached egg, ham, and two slices of cheese. Salad and small tomatoes had also been included. It looked very appetizing, but no matter how delicious the food, it could not squash down the fear that pair of hands induced. The hands were completely wrapped up in bandages. Even the fingers had been wrapped up carefully, revealing no skin at all. Densely packed, black seal script crawled over the pure white bandages, a dizzying sight.

After placing the plate down, the bandaged hand dropped on top of the boy’s head and rubbed it.

“I’m glad you’re here, or else I’d be all alone,” Fu Jun said dejectedly.

The ding of a text message came from his cell phone.