Translating Web Novel

Translating Web Novel

Author: koffeam

Greetings, Ninth Uncle

GNU Ch 92 Part 2 – No Affection (II)

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Qingfu Junzhu and Ruan-shi totally lost their face, and now we’re very embarrassed. At the same time, they felt despair. The fantasies they had about Cheng Yujin these past two days were too naive. Cheng Yujin wouldn’t support her younger brothers, let alone selflessly offer her blood to be sucked by her natal family.

The Healer Demands Payment

THDP Ch 88 Part 1- Illusion (I)

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“Sen-…Sovereign Qingyan.” Meng Qi almost blurted out ‘senior,’ but she suddenly remembered that the man disliked being called so and quickly changed the address in time.

Meng Qi didn’t expect to see Yun Qingyan again so soon. She raised her head slightly and stared without blinking at the white-robed man in front of her. His face was still flawlessly handsome. A small ebony headdress tied up his hair. There was a faint smile in his eyes, which made his expression much gentler than usual.

Greetings, Ninth Uncle

GNU Ch 92 Part 1 – No Affection (I)

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Cheng Yujin smiled as she stared at Qingfu Junzhu and Ruan-shi: “My penmanship is indeed acceptable, but I have no experience in teaching others. I think it will be better if second younger brother studies under an experienced teacher. Since second younger brother is diligent and calm, if he is taught by a good teacher, his study surely will advance by leap and bound. I’m afraid that studying under me will delay second younger brother’s talent.”

Greetings, Ninth Uncle

GNU Ch 91 Part 3 – To Act Out (III)

Cheng Yujin’s original mood to watch the fun instantly diminished. She didn’t like to trouble others, and even more so, disliked being troubled by others. Seeing Qingfu Junzhu and Ruan-shi’s attitude, they seemingly was planning to fight a long-term battle and let her take care of their children for nothing?

Cheng Yujin resisted the urge to scold, reminding herself repeatedly that the most important thing to do when quarreling was to occupy the higher moral stand and let the opponent take the first blame. So she smiled kindly and welcomed the ‘guests’: “Second and third younger brother is also here? Come in.”

The Healer Demands Payment

THDP Ch 87 Part 3 – Great Reward and Danger (III)

Meng Qi silently watched Ji Wujiong’s drastic change of attitude. Although she was very curious, she knew that this matter probably involved Ji Wujiong’s family affair, so she didn’t ask a word. Meng Qi turned her head to look at the eight trigram compass that had slowly turned back to its initial position. Except for the character ‘Qian’ that had turned dim, the rest of the characters were still shining in dark green color. Since there was a radical ‘seven’ among the characters that compound the character ‘Qi’ in her name, Meng Qi simply pressed the character ‘Gen,’ the seventh in eight trigram lines.

Daughter of the Dao and Devil Venerables

DDDV Ch 38 Part 2 – What are You Doing? (II)

Since that day, Lu Yaoyao had two more fun. One was to learn using the wooden sword with Father, and the other was to learn the whip with Daddy. Lu Yaoyao was extremely happy to have Father and Daddy playing with her every day, but after a few days, the novelty wore off, and she felt that the practices were no longer as fun as before. Thinking that her friends should have finished their punishment, Lu Yaoyao promptly abandoned her two old fathers and rushed out to find other cubs.

The Healer Demands Payment

THDP Ch 87 Part 2 – Great Reward and Danger (II)

——She had never seen a spiritual sea shattered so badly.

Meng Qi frowned slightly as countless thoughts flashed in her mind. When the spiritual sea was damaged, no aura could exist in the body. Regardless of human, demon, or devil, all cultivators in this world couldn’t escape this natural rule. Ji Wujiong’s spiritual sea should have been heavily damaged, so much that Cangmingsan Pill’s fierce side effect was nothing in comparison. No wonder she felt that the aura around him was very strange; sometimes strong and sometimes very weak.