Dominion’s End V3C5: Those Numbers

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Dominion’s End Volume 3: Ice-Bound Splendor and Majesty

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

Chapter 5: Those Numbers—translated by Elkin (proofread by EvlNabiki; C/E edited by lucathia)

“A-are you two crazy or something? What the hell are you talking about?”

Blackie was so shaken that he could barely stammer out his words, and he stared at Jiang Xiaotian like he was staring at an aberrant.

Pissed off by his expression, I said in icy tones, “The world’s gone crazy anyway, so two more crazies don’t make much difference. Off you go. You should count yourselves lucky—not only will I actually do something to help you guys, I’ll even take on the boss of the experiments. You guys only have to take care of his subordinates. Lucky you!”

Blackie’s face didn’t look like he felt lucky at all. Come to think about it, he’s right. Maybe this entire troop is part of the Jiang family as well, with such misfortune that they have to confront the future elite of the aberrants?

As I continued down the corridor, I compressed a few layers of ice onto a dagger. Although the ice layers were very thin, the dagger given by Jin Feng was way better than those we’d picked up randomly at a weapons store. It seemed decently durable, and in any case, a dagger wasn’t a blunt instrument and I wasn’t stronger than an aberrant. Ultimately, my fighting style was to focus on attacking weaknesses.

Jiang Xiaotian quickly scanned the monitors above all the glass cylinders.

“Let’s see which subordinates came from here as well… Ah, ‘Asura,’ Thirteen’s most trusted war general. So he started following him from here. Hmph! This time, I’ll make Thirteen have a taste of what it’s like, having one of your own men made into a pet!”

Dàgē, I have exactly zero interest in taking an aberrant in as a pet. You’re on your own if you get him!


No Hero V5Epilogue: Character Introductions

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

Character Introductions – translated by lucathia (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby)

P29: National Psychiatric Hospital #29.

SCIP: Special Crime Department of International Police Organization.

NC: Non-Human Crime Team.

Xie Yuan Jie: The leader of the operative squad of the SCIP. Xie Wei’s uncle.

Nitewalker: Part of the nightwalker race. Currently residing in Sunset City. His profession is that of a taxi driver.

Nitesea: Part of the nightwalker race. Currently residing in Sunset City. He operates a nightclub called “Seaside.”

Producer Xiao: A producer in the music industry.

Lin Ding: The drummer of the Aurora band. She helped Ah Ye write songs for his new album.

Josh: An escaped convict from P29. He seems to have the special ability of controlling others.

Lieder: A professor of psychological anthropology who teaches at the university An Xiang Ye used to study at.


Illusions, Lies, Truth V2C3: Hidden in the Dark Part 3—The Enemy

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 2: Human Doll Contract Part Two

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

Chapter 3: Hidden in the Dark… Part 3—The Enemy—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

Do we head east or toward Jiu Ge?

The moment Jiang Ziya and Fu Jun escaped from the barrier dimension, they ran into a dilemma. The old beggar from the barrier dimension had told them to head east, but the bookstore wasn’t in the east. Fu Jun wanted to tell Fu Taiyi about what they had found out first and ask him to help with the search.

“If we go to Jiu Ge first and then head east, the positioning would be different, wouldn’t it?”

Jiang Ziya made a guess. What the old man meant just now was for them to head east the moment they left the alley.

Fu Jun hesitated and said, “Yeah. Even if we go to Jiu Ge first and then return here to head east, it might be different by then too because the time would be different.”

“Then, what should we do… Oh, how about we call the boss?”

Fu Jun shook his head and said, “No, Taiyi didn’t want to deal with all these things in the first place, so a phone call would definitely let him fib his way out. I want to go directly to him and drag him out to help with the search.”

Jiang Ziya agreed when he heard Fu Jun’s explanation.

The boss was exactly someone who didn’t take his work seriously. He didn’t even look after his own bookstore correctly. Wanting him to rescue someone that had nothing to do with him might really require him to be forcefully dragged out.


No Hero V5Extra: The Undisclosed Fallen Secrets

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No Hero Volume 5: Fallen Angel

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Angel Falls Extra Chapter: The Undisclosed Fallen Secrets—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

[3D Breast Cushion]

“Kyle-gē, give this present to Gēge for me.”

“Young Master, this is…?”

“Yeah!” The young master nodded seriously as he said, “Aren told me that all guys should buy this something something cushion. I don’t think I saw Gēge with one, so I’ll give him this one.”

Young Master, this is a 3D breast cushion.


GOD V1Epilogue: Character Introductions

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 1: The First Pet is a Swordsman

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

Afterword and Character Introductions—translated by lucathia (proofread by EvlNabiki)


GOD has been published again.

Compared to revised editions of other series, the new version of the series GOD will have more changes. Especially starting from the middle portion, I will be adding some more scenes.

It’s because when I reread GOD after a long period had passed, I felt that the foreshadowing of the first portion was not enough, and the middle to final portions were too rushed. Since it’s a rare, new edition, I decided to revise it and develop the plot more. That way, the “rushed” feeling will be fixed.

To those who have read my novels before, you will likely know that the first volume is usually for describing the important characters. GOD, on the other hand, has fairly slow development, taking many more volumes than other series to detail all the characters. Back then, I was a little shocked at how slow the development was, so I began to increase the pace of the second to final portions of the story.

However, now that I’m looking at it again, I was actually wrong. The first portion was actually better, while the middle to final portions were too rushed. There were more ideas and plot development that should have and could have been included.

Now that I can publish this novel again, I am super happy, especially since I can make up for the parts that were lacking in the original story, to make GOD, this darling book, become even better. This really solves a lot of my regrets.