Dominion’s End V2C2: The Bitterness and Sweetness of Coffee and Chocolate

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Dominion’s End Volume 2: Aberrant City

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


Chapter 2: The Bitterness and Sweetness of Coffee and Chocolate—translated by Elkin (proofread by EvlNabiki; C/E edited by Amgine & lucathia)

As my hands worked to compress the ice crystals, my ears picked up gossip like, “Èrgē is so handsome, both men and women fall for him. Dàgē even said that he isn’t sure about his preferences!” On the fifth day of my despair over her upbringing, there was finally a little change.

After dinner, Dàgē grimly called me to his room for a chat. Everyone in the mercenary troop looked at Dàgē, and then at me. Going by the looks of worry on their faces, it was as if the two of us weren’t going to have a chat, but a death match instead.

I nodded and followed after Dàgē as the sounds of gossip came from behind again, though this time it wasn’t the voices of the girls, but of the mercenaries.

“Do you think the gēge or the dìdi will win?”

“Before, I’d definitely declare that Boss would be the victor, but Shuyu was pretty strong last time! I mean, he sent Boss crashing into the wall with a kick!”

“Don’t tell me the person who’s boss is gonna change?”

Continued

Dominion’s End V2C1: The Way Things Are for the Cool, Suave, and Handsome

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Dominion’s End Volume 2: Aberrant City

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


Chapter 1: The way things are for the cool, suave and handsome—translated by Elkin (proofread by EvlNabiki & Trespasserby; C/E edited by Amgine & lucathia)

I finally managed to get out of the office, feeling dead tired. Having done overtime for the past few days, today, I could finally… only work two more hours of overtime.

Being able to get off work on time was like that LV1 handbag in the shop window—it was something you couldn’t help but drool over, but had no way of affording! But never mind, the company’s overtime pay was pretty decent and was in line with labor laws. Doing more overtime also meant more money, which was always good. That apartment I saw last time with Mom had looked quite decent, but it was such a pity about the price. After doing some calculations, I had realized that I had no way of affording the down payment, so I had no choice but to give up on it.

It’s better if I continue working for two more years. By then, I’ll be able to afford a house within that price range. Right now, the ones that are within my budget really aren’t up to scratch…

“Weijun!”

I looked over, watching in surprise as a boy with a sunny expression jogged up to me. This fellow was always rash and careless like a kid. Every time I put on make up to go out on a date with him, people would always mistake me for his older sister. Damn it! I’m younger than him by a year, okay?!

I glowered at his vest, beach shorts, and slippers and asked, “Zhengu, why’re you here?”

Continued

Dominion’s End V2Prologue: Behind the Door

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Dominion’s End Volume 2: Aberrant City

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


Prologue: Behind the Door—translated by Elkin (proofread by EvlNabiki & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)

Dog-shaped aberrants like those five that had transmuted from humans had actually been quite common. Of course, that was in reference to my previous life. The reason so many people turned into dog-type aberrants was probably because the animal many people were most familiar with was the domestic dog.

Later, those aberrants would evolve into a tribe known as the Dog People. They were widely feared, not for their strength, but for their tendency to move in packs. Whenever you encountered them, there was never just one or two, nor was it even a matter of one or two dozen. There would be at least one or two hundred!

But I only knew about the Dog People from hearsay. If I’d encountered them back then, I would probably have become Jiang Shuyu much earlier. Then again, if this world’s Jiang Shuyu hadn’t been hit on the head by a tile, would he still have woken up one day as Guan Weijun?

If there was a Jiang Shuyu in my original world, did he ever wake up from his head injury…?

“Shuyu!”

Continued

No Hero V2Epilogue: Character Introductions

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No Hero Volume 2: The Hero Grim Reaper

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


Character Introductions —translated by raylight

Leanna: The young master’s classmate.

Abner: The young master’s classmate.

Aren: The young master’s classmate.

Ingrid: The young master’s classmate.

Judy: The young master’s classmate.

Yue Gang: A policeman.

Ji Luo Chu: A photographer and Ji Luo Lun’s elder brother.

Ah Da: Ji Luo Chu’s co-partner, who opened a print advertisement studio together with him. He is in charge of the print design.

E.X. : A thousand-year-old vampire. His relationship with Charles is similar to that of a father and son or fellow brothers.

Continued

No Hero V2C10: Flowers of Blood Bloom, the Unheroic Hero Grim Reaper

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No Hero Volume 2: The Hero Grim Reaper

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


Legend of a Hero Chapter 10: Flowers of Blood Bloom, the Unheroic Hero Grim Reaper — translated by Doza

Gēge, in the past, I became a hero because I didn’t want to be a demon.

But now, I find that, I seem to have changed.

Right now I feel that…

Even if I must be a demon, I’d still want to continue being a hero.

Continued

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