The Legend of Sun Knight V2C7: “Admonish the Misconduct of a Fellow Holy Knight”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 2: The Daily Duties of a Knight

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


Sun Knight’s Daily Duty #7: “Admonish the Misconduct of a Fellow Holy Knight” – translated by dahlys

A day after the ceremony I received a letter from the palace. It confirmed that the date of the death match would be in two weeks. It was decided that it would be a free-for-all, so that the three of us could compete fairly. The last person standing would be the winner.

This was not unexpected, for I had strongly encouraged the princess to make it a three person melee. I also encouraged her to postpone the date of the death match as far back as possible, to give me at least two weeks to prepare. It looked like the king still loved his only sister. Even though she nearly angered him to death, he still listened to her requests.

But the king was probably still furious thanks to me. The letter actually included an affidavit, wanting me to swear that I would be responsible for my death! He can’t possibly want the Son of the God of War to use this opportunity to kill me, right…? Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V2C6: “Attend Various Ceremonies”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 2: The Daily Duties of a Knight

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


Sun Knight’s Daily Duty #6: “Attend all kinds of ceremonies” – translated by Akakuroi

After drinking till midnight with Roland, I learned something new…

Even a Death Knight can get drunk.

Well, it’s fortunate he can; if not I would not have been able to let the bar waitresses and owner to harass him and use this handsome man to— No! I mean use this handsome corpse to cover the cost of the alcohol.

I didn’t know that a bottle of alcohol could be that expensive! When I saw the receipt, I nearly fainted, but at the same time I felt lucky for myself—I had left without paying for the wine when drinking with Elijah earlier today.

Because we had been drinking till midnight and the owner and waitresses touched Roland multiple times, when we finally left I had to carry a drunken corpse to Pink’s house. By the time all that was done and I had returned to the Church, it was early next morning. Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V2C5: “Solve a Colleague’s Problem”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 2: The Daily Duties of a Knight

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


Sun Knight’s Daily Duty #5: “Solve a Colleague’s Problem” – translated by dahlys

As the saying goes, ‘Know who the owner is before you beat a dog!’ No matter what, Adair is still the Sun Knight’s dog… No, no! I meant that he is my subordinate. Moreover, he is the leader of all my d-…subordinates! How dare a fool like you make a move on him! I don’t care whether you are the Son of the God of War or not, I’m going to kick your ass!

Plotting revenge not only requires long-term scheming, but must also be done in complete secrecy. He must die very horribly without realizing who the culprit was. Thus, I decided…to solve the problem of Knight-Captain Hell first.

After following the Pope’s instructions to contact and make an appointment with Knight-Captain Hell, I went to the meeting place. As I waited for him, I practiced the sincere expression I would use later. I must appear so sincere that the other party cannot bear to bring me trouble. Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V2C4: “Take Care of the Members of the Sun Knight Platoon”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 2: The Daily Duties of a Knight

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


Sun Knight’s Daily Duty #4: “Take Care of the Members of Sun Knight Platoon” – translated by Raylight

Roland had no interest at all regarding clothing designs and material. If it wasn’t for the seamstress aunty who saw how handsome he was and had obstinately roped him into measurements while she discussed the design to herself, I think he would have just left with the words “Three sets of warrior clothes. Here is the deposit.” and then vanished without a trace.

However, what I didn’t expect was that even the weapon shop didn’t trigger Roland’s interest at all. He only picked up a metal sword disinterestedly. But thinking about it, apart from emitting an aura of darkness, Roland’s magical sword was also at a level of sharpness that was rarely seen. With that, how could he ever show interest in a sword that could be bought in a normal weapon shop? Continued

The Legend of Sun Knight V2C3: “Manage the City’s Undead”

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The Legend of Sun Knight Volume 2: The Daily Duties of a Knight

Original novel in Chinese by:   (Yu Wo)


Sun Knight’s Daily Duty #3: “Manage the City’s Undead” – translated by amgine

With one foot, I kicked the wooden door to Pink’s house open, but instead of finding her, I saw another person…no, another corpse inside.

Roland had the distinctive blazing eyes of a death knight, but he was no ordinary death knight. A tattoo of black fire burned on his pale-colored corpse.  A set of dragon wings with razor-sharp claws sprouted from his back and a thick aura of darkness permeated the air around him.

He is a creature specifically mentioned by the Textbook of Undead Creatures that must in no circumstances be created. He can summon an entire legion of undead and is considered to be the strongest amongst undead creatures—a Death Lord. He… He was at this moment wearing a pink apron, squatting on the ground, and scrubbing the floor with a cleaning rag. Continued