GOD V2C4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part One

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 4: Thunderous Winter Anger, Part One—translated by lucathia (proofread by EvlNabiki)

Alanmishusgrodiatila, often shortened to Alanmishus by his clansmen, meant “thundersnow” in the elven language.

Just like the nature of all elves, he was indifferent, but his clansmen claimed that Alanmishus was just like his name implied. Although he was as cold as the winter, once angered, his wrath was as alarming as thunder in winter.

Even if one was angry, it would not help the situation at all, so why get angry in the first place? This would most likely be the response of all elves in his current situation.

Alanmishus was a slave who was about to be auctioned off.

Although he had never met a slave before getting captured, he had heard tales from the older generation about what happened to elves after getting captured.

First was getting confined in a dark prison. He had already experienced that. Then came getting marveled at like a commodity by humans. This he had experienced yesterday. Last came getting bought by someone, forever losing his freedom.

He would not be able to return to the forest, and he would never be able to freely leap between the trees and breathe in the forest air.

The first two had already happened. Tomorrow, some human would bring a bunch of sparkling gold metal in exchange for taking him. Then, his freedom would be gone forever.

Alanmishus absentmindedly took the auction item that the human next to him passed over. Yesterday, it was a baffling cup. Today, it was a baffling scarf. Why do humans like such things?

Whatever. It had nothing to do with him. He stopped guessing at the minds of humans and merely walked expressionlessly onto the stage. The place was just like yesterday, still and silent, but it wouldn’t be so silent tomorrow. At the very least, voices would clamor with bids, the elf mocked inwardly.

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GOD V2C3: Alan the Elf, Part Two

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 3: Alan the Elf, Part Two—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

“The clothes are too small.” Bai Saya was happy.

“That’s because you’re not wearing a corset underneath it. See, it’s that sleeveless garment right over there.”

“Um… the corset is too small.” He was even happier!

“Idiot! It’s not like a corset is a waistband. You have to push out all the air in your chest, and then you have to tighten it with all your strength. Just don’t kill yourself!”

Bai Saya used all his strength to tighten the corset. When he lowered his head to look at the corset, there were still several centimeters to go before he could fasten it! It was practically an impossible mission.

Ugh, I can’t watch any more of this! Shooting Star jumped out of the tub, and with one foot on Bai Saya’s back, used both hands to pull on the rope of the corset. He shouted, “Xiao Bai, bear with it!”

“Ah!”

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GOD V2C3: Alan the Elf, Part One

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 3: Alan the Elf, Part One—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

The door slowly opened. A head of gold instantly brightened the entire private room, drawing everyone’s gaze. Then, their eyes focused on a face that was gentle and delicate to the point of appearing androgynous. Even with such an indifferent expression, the elf’s absolute magnificence could not be obscured.

Bai Saya was amazed. Alan was even more beautiful than that time in the prison. It was probably because the prison had been dark, and Alan had worn simple clothing then, so his brilliance had not been brought out.

Dan followed right behind the elf, and behind him was an entire row of bodyguards, but Water Lily’s beautiful and graceful figure could not be seen. After Dan commanded his subordinates to stay outside, he walked inside the room and closed the door on his way in.

Bai Saya was carefully observing Alan. The latter’s hands and feet were shackled, his demeanor as cold as always, his face completely expressionless, as if he were the only one inside the room and there was no one next to him.

“A-Alan,” he hesitantly called out.

He had finally gotten the elf’s attention. Long, slender blue eyes stared at Bai Saya. He slowly opened his mouth and said, “You…”

Bai Saya lowered his head awkwardly, not daring to meet the elf’s gaze.

“Who are you?”

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GOD V2C2: Let’s Go Watch the Auction

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GOD —The Beginning of the End— Volume 2: Elf, Nanny, Thunderous Anger

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


Chapter 2: Let’s Go Watch the Auction—translated by lucathia (proofread by Lala Su & Trespasserby)

“What the hell? I dodged right, and you copied me! You did it on purpose!”

Shooting Star was already frustrated that he had to flee in the middle of his game, yet he just had to run into someone, too. He was so angry that he began shouting without even figuring out who it was.

That person rubbed their head, wincing from the pain, and called out, “Shooting Star, it’s Bai Saya!”

“You! Yes, you!”

Shooting Star had recognized him too. He jumped to Xiao Bai’s side and used his arms to grip Bai Saya’s thin neck. He loudly interrogated, “Say it! What did you eat?”

“I, what did I eat?” Bai Saya was confused.

“That’s it! You left me behind and went off with Dan to eat delicious food. Spit it out!”

Is it steak or roasted pig? The more he thought about it, the hungrier he got. Shooting Star’s arms gripped tighter and tighter.

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Illusions, Lies, Truth V2Epilogue: Character Introductions

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

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


Epilogue: Character Introductions—translated by lucathia (proofread by Trespasserby)

Afterword

I was a bit squiddish… No, I mean, I was a bit skittish over whether or not I should open a drinks bar at the end—filled with shots through the heart.

Actually, the original plan was for it to be a super tragic ending, but in the end, it was only slightly sad, not even to the point of a tiny bit tragic. As expected, I was still too soft-hearted.

I actually consider this ending one that is on the happy side, but after my editor finished reading, she told me, “This ending is not bad. A bit of a BE (Bad Ending). It suits the tone of Human Doll Contract.”

Wait! I was always under the impression that this is an HE (Happy Ending)! So it’s actually a BE?

I was greatly shocked. I quickly explained to my editor that this is an HE! Why would you say it’s a BE?

“Because the last line says there won’t be a happily ever after…”

Even though the last line is that there won’t be a “happily ever after,” leave future events to the future. Right now, it’s still an HE!

Continued