Dominion’s End V1Extra1: The Journey Home, Part One

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Dominion’s End Volume 1: Raining Stars at World’s End

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


Extra 1: The Journey Home, Part One—translated by Elkin (proofread by Arcedemius, Erro, C/E edited by Raylight, lucathia)

Sitting in the spacious first-class cabin on the plane and being served by an obsequious flight attendant, Jiang Shutian was suffering from a headache. He did not usually sit in first class, even though he could afford it. Being in such a luxurious environment and treated so well didn’t sit well with him or any member of his troop, to the point that it felt worse than being in the muck and filth of a battle zone.

Unfortunately, he really had no choice this time. He had searched every airline, but because his request was so last-minute, there were simply no other seats available.

Jiang Shutian gazed out of the window at the blue sky and white clouds and completely failed to see anything out of the ordinary. Shuyu, however, had said on the phone that there was going to be a terrible disaster that would reach every corner of the world. Although he did not use the exact word, Jiang Shutian could guess what it meant.

The apocalypse?

“You believe him?”

Jiang Shutian turned to see Zheng Xing gazing steadily back at him.

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Romance RPG V1C21: Part Twenty-one

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Romance RPG

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


Part Twenty-one—translated by Trespasserby

The store clerk had clearly been startled by the sword. He stared, wide-eyed, at Sword Spirit for quite some time. It was only after Sword Spirit urged him once again that he snapped out of it. Looking apologetic, he said, “I am truly sorry. The gown outside has been reserved by the daughter of Duke Biggs, the Lady Marisa.”

Sword Spirit and Meng were both stunned. They hadn’t expected to hear a familiar name here. Aren’t Duke Biggs and Marisa the father and daughter pair from the palace?

Sword Spirit never thought that peacock would actually reserve such a plain and simple dress. Could it be that she doesn’t want to be a peacock but rather a dove?

“Everyone knows that His Highness, Prince Edward, likes white and favors clothing with simple, flowing lines. At this ball, every young lady will be wearing angelic white, and the style of the garments will be simplistic. It’s been really difficult on us, having to make a hundred or so. Every dress has to be as simple as possible, and everything the designer sees every day is white. While each dress must be simple, each must also be different. Tears are about to fall from his eyes from making them.” The store clerk grimaced.

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Romance RPG V1C20: Part Twenty

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Romance RPG

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


Part Twenty– translated by Trespasserby (proofread by EvlNabiki, elisa, C/E edited by lucathia)

Lin Jian Yin rushed back home. Upon returning, he didn’t do anything but sit in front of the Nintendo and wait for the beeping sounds and flashing light. His two eyes were fixed on the game console. Eventually, he lost patience and booted up the game first. He was anxious to catch the woman who had dared to run away from his presence.

When Sword Spirit opened his eyes again, he was lying on a chair in the salon from yesterday. It looked like Meng had also fallen asleep in the middle, so they hadn’t left the shop.

His sudden appearance was a clear shock to the people nearby. Eventually, the stylist grew bold enough to attempt to place him properly in a corner to avoid having him scare the other customers. Sword Spirit saw the stylist’s distressed look and couldn’t resist letting out a shout, which frightened the stylist so badly that he threw the sword away in a panic. The result of Sword Spirit’s mocking was for him to go flying miserably into the air. After spinning for several turns, he thudded heavily onto the ground, and nobody checked to see if he was alright.

“Hey! Place me a little more carefully!” Sword Spirit yelled while facedown, extremely unhappy.

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Dominion’s End V1C10: Operation at the Police Station

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Dominion’s End Volume 1: Raining Stars at World’s End

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


Chapter 10: The Operation at the Police Station—translated by Elkin (proofread by EvlNabiki, Trespasserby, C/E edited by Raylight, lucathia)

Everyone had gotten off the minibus, so I collected myself too and followed them—after all, I promised myself that I wouldn’t make a fool of myself anymore!

The minibus had been parked a little distance away from the police station, probably to keep the sounds of the motor from startling the aberrants in the police station.

I felt a little uneasy as I gazed at the cluster of buildings not far from the police station, so I asked, “Is this close to the city?”

“You can say this is on the outskirts of the city,” Xiao Sha replied.

I hesitated a bit before nodding and keeping my silence.

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Illusions, Lies, Truth V1C4: Lu Yang Part 1 – The Appearance of a Death God

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

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


Chapter 4: Lu Yang Part 1—The Appearance of a Death God—translated by Raylight (proofread by Trespasserby, EvlNabiki, C/E edited by lucathia)

“Who’s there?”

We have to face the person sooner or later. Rather than being ambushed, we might as well face it head-on! Lu Yang placed Slay in front of his chest, getting ready for battle, though he hoped that it would not come to that.

Jiang Ziya was at a loss as to what he could do, but he continued to stand beside Lu Yang. It seemed that Lu Yang preferred that he stand behind him, but although Lu Yang expressed that with his eyes several times, it was of no use. Therefore, Lu Yang could only just let Ziya be.

Under their scrutiny, a bark of laughter came from the window. “Really, to think that I would actually still get discovered. It seems like I underestimated the truth-seeing eye after all.”

Jiang Ziya felt blank for a moment. He didn’t think that he would hear this phrase coming from the other person’s mouth. Yu Shu truly had not deceived him; his left eye really was this “truth-seeing eye” thing, even though he didn’t think that his own left eye was worthy of that name. Why would an eye that would always see various strange things be called the “truth-seeing eye?”

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