Illusions, Lies, Truth V1C5: House Keeper Part 3 – The True and False World

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 1: Human Doll Contract Part One

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


Chapter 5: House Keeper Part 3—The True and False World—translated by raylight (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by Amgine & lucathia)

It was rare for Yu Shu to step out of her own apartment. This time, she had a reason, though it wasn’t a very good one. Her neighbor was in the hospital, so she was going to pay him a visit—conveniently bringing along a packet of salt to sprinkle on his wounds.

House Keeper had followed her. In the journey between her apartment and the hospital, he had attracted the gaze of females from eight to eighty years old. All of them stared intently at him. There were also a few that had directly rushed over to give him their contact number, completely ignoring that he had a female by his side.

Even before reaching Jiang Ziya’s hospital room, Yu Shu decided that she would come over again. Next time, she would bring chili powder.

When she walked into the room, only Jiang Ziya was in. He was flipping through an original novel with much difficulty. His entire left arm was in a cast and bandaged, and he wasn’t able to move it a single inch. Even his right hand was wrapped firmly in bandages, and several gauzes were pasted on his face—which had been injured when he had fallen down.

The moment he saw Yu Shu, his expression immediately turned into one of alarm.

Yu Shu looked about the room and seemed puzzled as she asked, “Jiang Yu isn’t around?” It seemed like she could really sprinkle salt on his wounds then.

“My sister went shopping.” Jiang Ziya cowered as he said, “Ah… That… matter regarding House Keeper, I really didn’t do it on purpose…”

“I know. You did it deliberately,” Yu Shu sat at the side of the bed and coldly replied.

Jiang Ziya had no way of explaining himself.

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Romance RPG V1C30: Part Thirty

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Romance RPG

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


Part Thirty—translated by purplezero (proofread by Trespasserby & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

God Charity playfully winked. “He just left.”

Bai Xue Chen was finally able to relax and rushed to ask, “God Charity, have you sold another Nintendo? For example, to a girl?” At the same time as he asked the question, he couldn’t help but pray from the bottom of his heart that it was God Charity who had sold it.

“I’m very sorry.” God Charity’s response made him despair. “I only sold one to the Mr. Lin behind you.”

This is the worst! Bai Xue Chen’s face suddenly turned white. He didn’t know what to do next. He definitely didn’t want to find the antique shop’s other owner for negotiations, since he knew that the other one would eat them alive.

“Move!” Lin Jian Yin forcefully pushed Bai Xue Chen aside and growled, “Listen, I don’t care what kind of strange place this is. I don’t care who you all are, either. I only want to know how to get a person out of the game!”

God Charity was indifferent toward his rough attitude and merely poured two cups of tea. He motioned for the two of them to sit down. Bai Xue Chen tried to force Lin Jian Yin to sit down several times, but the latter kept shaking him off and angrily glared at God Charity. In the end, Bai Xue Chen used almost all his energy to force him into the seat. At the same time, he yelled, “Sit down! God Charity is the only person who can help us. If you continue to be rude, you might as well get out of here and let me resolve the problem by myself.”

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Romance RPG V1C29: Part Twenty-nine

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Romance RPG

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Part Twenty-nine – translated by Minna (proofread by Trespasserby & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

“Jian Yin! Wait for me.”

By the time Bai Xue Chen had turned his head, the person in the driver’s seat had left the car and was ten meters away already. Bai Xue Chen followed him hurriedly. Seeing the worry plastered all over Lin Jian Yin’s face, Bai Xue Chen actually revealed a smile and started to plot what kind of excuse to make to escape after they saved Ye Meng Ling, to give them both some alone time together. Right, the best one would be to take away Lin Jian Yin’s car keys altogether. That way he would have an excuse to stay.

Lin Jian Yin didn’t even notice that his good friend was busily scheming. He only had to think about how that peacock woman might hurt Meng for his heart to tighten so much that it was difficult to bear, as if someone were firmly holding his heart in their palm right now.

Ye Meng Ling’s residence was like many other people’s. It was a place with an apartment manager, where you needed to use a card to get into the complex. The two men, who didn’t live there, naturally wouldn’t be able to get in. Lin Jian Yin was left with no alternative other than to try and ring the doorbell as though his life depended on it, hoping that it would wake Meng up, and that it might even let her escape from the game. But after he rang it for about ten minutes, and there was still no one answering him, Lin Jian Yin anxiously smashed the doorbell, ferocious, and even kicked the metal door a few times.

Continued

Illusions, Lies, Truth V1C5: House Keeper Part 2 – Barrier Dimension

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 1: Human Doll Contract Part One

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


Chapter 5: House Keeper Part 2—Barrier Dimension—translated by raylight (proofread by Trespasserby; C/E edited by lucathia)

Jiang Ziya did not come to the library often, though the university’s library was rather well-known. Not only did they have a large collection of books, the building was also fairly new, so every spot felt novel and comfortable. It could be said to be a great favorite among the students.

However, he would usually head straight to Jiu Ge for his part-time work after class. After finishing the stocking and cleaning, he would study as he manned the store. Therefore, he had completely no affinity with the library.

By this time, it was already past nine thirty. The library seemed to be closing, and the students were all leaving in groups. However, when they passed by Jiang Ziya, they all shot a few glances at him.

Jiang Ziya was carrying a large doll nearing seventy centimeters in his hands. It looked incredibly real, like a smaller scaled version of a human. The doll was wearing a shirt, a vest, and formal pants, appearing no different from a butler.

When he reached the highest floor of the building, Jiang Ziya intentionally waited until there were few people about before he sneaked to the door accessing the rooftop. The door wasn’t locked, though he was uncertain whether it was arranged ahead of time.

He pushed the door open and saw a flight of stairs leading upwards. Due to the fact that it was very dark, he could only see the first few stairs and was unable to see the end of them.

“Please place me on the floor.”

Jiang Ziya received a large scare at that, then realized that the one speaking was the “House Keeper” in his hands. He quickly followed his instructions.

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Romance RPG V1C28: Part Twenty-eight

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Romance RPG

Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)


Part Twenty-eight—translated by Minna (proofread by Trespasserby & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

Lin Jian Yin was watching Meng as she was being discovered, his heart tightening with anxiety. He could only reassure himself that this was just a game. Nothing will happen to Meng. However, when he heard Bai Xue Chen’s words, he immediately had a bad premonition. He eyed Bai Xue Chen suspiciously and asked, “What’s that supposed to mean?”

Bai Xue Chen cautiously said, “We’ve been here the whole time but didn’t see you. We even thought you’d gone out. But after calling your cell phone, we noticed that you’d left it inside your room and hadn’t taken it with you…“

Lin Jian Yin interrupted him impatiently, “What are you talking about? I’ve been here the whole time, playing the game. I didn’t go out at all.”

After hearing Lin Jian Yin’s statement, Bai Xue Chen and Yue Lan looked at each other and then said, “Jian Yin, you weren’t here just now. At least, we couldn’t see you at all, but we saw that the Nintendo was still on. Furthermore, the game’s visuals were constantly changing. Originally, we thought that the Nintendo had been on for too long, so the game screen was moving by itself. That wouldn’t have been too weird either.

Continued

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