Dominion’s End V2C5: The Phoenix of Good Fortune

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Dominion’s End Volume 2: Aberrant City

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

Chapter 5: The Phoenix of Good Fortune—translated by Elkin (proofread by Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

After eating the evolution crystal, I could finally take it easy, lie back, and relax. Even if I recovered too quickly, it might be because one particular evolution crystal was especially powerful. It has nothing to do with me, okay?

Lying there on the bed was extremely dull, and I really wanted to secretly slip out of bed and walk around to exercise. However, a certain somebody kept staring at me relentlessly, so I had no choice but to just lie there like a good boy.

I said expressionlessly, “Can you please stop staring at me?”

He replied with a bright smile, “Nope. Dàjiě wants me to take good care of you!”

I looked him over. Ben was a fourteen year old youngster who was fairly short. Fortunately for him, he wasn’t too skinny or frail—if anything, he looked like he carried a bit of bulk. His somewhat dark skin and sunken eyes marked him a possible mixed blood, but his extremely local accent suggested that he had grown up in this country.

Although he called Jin Feng “Dàjiě,” there was no way he was her little brother. Feng had mentioned that she only had an older brother, Jin Zhan, and a little sister called Jin Xiaoyue, making her the middle child. Her family structure was identical to mine… No wait, what am I talking about? Feng’s a girl and I’m a guy, so how can we be the same? We both just happen to be part of a trio of brothers and sisters.

Pretty much everyone here called Feng “Dàjiě,” and this wasn’t in the sense of “older sister” but rather, “big sis,” the head of a syndicate or organization.


39—Legend of Sun Knight V1C4: Teacher’s… Part 3—Return

39—Legend of Sun Knight Volume 1

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

Chapter 4 Teacher’s… Part 3: Return – translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Arcedemius)

He carefully tiptoed over the three on the floor, afraid he would step on them. Halfway through, he suddenly stopped, turned around, and gently pulled up the blanket that Shuis had kicked to the side. Since the weather was warm, he only pulled it up to Shuis’s stomach and no higher than that.

When Shuis shifted, Elaro jumped in shock, thinking that the dose of medicine hadn’t been enough—he hadn’t dared to use too heavy a dose, deeply afraid that it would cause lingering harm to Shuis, Valica, and Valkyrs.

Although “she” had guaranteed nonstop that there wouldn’t be any side effects, that after they had slept their fill and woken up they’d be even healthier… she had always had a willful personality. Even Teacher had warned him before not to trust her too much.

Seeing that Shuis was still asleep, and his expression didn’t look like he was suffering, Elaro finally relaxed more.

With his head lowered to look at him, it was as if he had returned to “that time” when Shuis had still been a baby. He had been called over to help look after him. Like now, he had had his head lowered to look at the three babies. During that tense and dangerous time, only with his head lowered to look at the babies had he felt relaxed.

“Shuis, I’ll do everything I can to prevent your father from having to become the Demon King’s subordinate again!”


No Hero V4C8: Avexila, Non-Human

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No Hero Volume 4: The Ancient Vampire Castle

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我(Yu Wo)

The Lost Files of the Ancient Castle Chapter 8: Avexila, Non-Human—translated by Raylight (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

I just want to damn it all and go to sleep!

Even if the sky falls down, I still want to sleep! Just let the sky crush me directly! Raaawwwrrrrr!

The sky didn’t fall down, but the phone rang.

“Aren, could you come over for a moment?”

I want to sleep! I really do! Even the sky falling down can’t stop me from going home to sleep! Neither can Charles-gē!

“I do not know who else I can ask this of.”

Where should I go?

Even if the sky falls down, I still want to sleep. However, there are some things that are even more serious than the sky falling down.

For example: Charles-gē begging me in a voice that sounds like he’s about to cry.


Illusions, Lies, Truth Side Story Book Writer Chapter 2: The Temple of Light

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Side Story: Book Writer

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

Chapter 2: The Temple of Light—translated by lucathia (proofread by elisa & Trespasserby)

A woman wearing a cleric’s white robes walked about in a place that looked like interior of a cathedral.

The corridors were relatively wide and majestic, with golden paint applied in many places and various ornate designs as decoration. However, upon closer inspection, hints of aging could be seen around the place. Who knew how many years the place had already withstood, or how many times it had gone through renovations? It was as if the mismatch of old and new told of an ancient tale.

The female cleric greedily drank in everything she saw before her. She didn’t let a single detail escape. It was a pity that there was no one else there except for her. In comparison to buildings, she would much rather see people.

It shouldn’t be so quiet and vacant. Normally, this place should have many people coming and going; some busy, some lazing about. Most of them would be knights wearing armor, but since this was, in the end, a peaceful temple, they would at most wear light armor. A lightweight knight’s outfit would be even more common.

The female cleric closed both eyes, imagining the scene that should have been present. It shouldn’t be overly lively, since the knights were neither children who would play around, nor were they aunties who would gossip loudly at marketplaces. Still, there should be sounds of laughter and chatter.

They would come and go. Those who knew each other would stop, chat about recent events, and glance at each other, while those who had never spoken to each other would just nod as a greeting.

A person suddenly walked toward the female cleric from the other side, looking at her with some shock. However, no questions were asked. Only a nod was given as a greeting.

More than ten people walked by in succession. Some chatted as they walked, while some walked in a more hurried manner, as if they had something important they needed to do. However, after they finished walking along the corridor, it was like they had walked to the end of their existence. With a mere turn around the corner, they disappeared without a trace.

People walked by continuously, only to disappear at the end of the corridor. However, upon closer inspection, it would have been revealed that none of their appearances and features differed much.

The female cleric didn’t find it strange. Unfazed, she watched them come and go, all the way until she saw a splash of gold in the distance.


No Hero V4C7: Endelis, the Last Elysees

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No Hero Volume 4: The Ancient Vampire Castle

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

The Lost Files of the Ancient Castle Chapter 7: Endelis, Last Elysees—translated by Tentacles (proofread by Arcedemius & Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

Afterwards, I silently followed the two people and found the lab. We fought our way in and finally found the bug.

I have to say, that bug was damn ugly. If you wanted to break a friendship, giving this bug to the other person would definitely make it happen… unless that person is An Xiang Ye.

His eyes lit up as he admired, “It really is a super huge, super ugly bug! Ezart didn’t lie to me!”

Between taking this bug back or destroying it on the spot, if I were asked to vote a hundred times, I would always vote for it to get destroyed; however, An Xiang Ye didn’t give me a chance at all to vote. The moment he saw that bug, he excitedly said that he could finally bring home the souvenir.

Luckily, Briar was adamant that Ah Ye wasn’t allowed to take the bug home. She got angry, she cried, she pouted, she played dumb, she rolled around on the floor, and she even threatened to never see him again.

Ah Ye’s lips drooped in sadness. Between the bug and his fiancée, he reluctantly chose his fiancée. He then bombed the laboratory along with the bug.

From that point on, I changed my mind. Even though Briar is ten years younger than Ah Ye and moreover, only twelve currently, I supported Ah Ye and Briar getting married right away to prevent Ah Ye from bringing strange and dangerous objects back to the apartment! Sadly, both people rejected that suggestion at the same time. Ah Ye said that the law forbade it. Briar said that her papa forbade it.

Finally, the mission was completed. I could go home and sleep. On the way home, I already fell asleep in the car. When I was the middle of sleeping, Ah Ye shook me awake, saying, “Aren, Abner called saying that something came up in the southern district, and that you need to head over quickly.”