GDK Chapter 127

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Chapter 127: Cutting a smart figure

Under Deo’s remote gaze, Han Shuo nodded his head woodenly and didn’t say much. He flicked a glance at Fanny and walked inside of the magic barrier.

Arriving at Emma’s side, Emma looked at Han Shuo with benevolence and kindly said, “You’re called Bryan, right?”

Han Shuo was startled and looked at Dean Emma in confusion, and said, “That’s right, how do you know?”

“Heh heh, of course I know of you. You made a great contribution to the necromancy major during the Dark Forest excursion. Mm, go in and have a good fight. You’re not a good kid.” Emma smiled merrily at Han Shuo and spoke slowly.

Han Shuo seemed to think there were some hidden connotations in Emma’s words from the way she looked at him, but he didn’t quite understand what she meant. He didn’t pursue it and nodded politely at Emma, then walked into the square.

After Emma opened the shield, Han Shuo and the rest of the dark major, as well as the light major, all reentered the square. When they walked inside, Han Shuo suddenly noticed that what people saw inside and outside of the shield was different. When they looked in from the audience’s perspective on the outside, they were able see everything clearly although the lighting was dim.

But when Han Shuo walked in himself, he discovered that it was much darker inside than outside. There were even a few wisps of fog floating around the interior. All sorts of trees, artificial mountains, and moats existed, making the entire battlefield a place strewn with obstacles.

Han Shuo didn’t dare to release the originals demons within the magic shield. After all, there were so many audience members outside. Not only were there teachers from all majors, but the space archmage Dean Emma was there as well. With so many seasoned experts watching along with the existence of the shield, Han Shuo didn’t dare take the risk of releasing the original demons.

Even without the original demons, Han Shuo wasn’t affected by the fog or duskiness due to the way his brain was developed. The sensitivity of his ears and eyes were far greater than any of the other students present within the square.

Leveraging his eyes and ears, Han Shuo discovered that the five from the light major seemed to be setting something up under the guidance of Keelung. On the contrary, the four from the dark major were all trailing their heads in dejection. They looked like they’d all been forced into fighting.

That made sense. Ever since losing Phillide, they could tell from Deo’s conversation that even Deo had given up on this year’s battle. Having them battle was just for show.

It was a given that they weren’t willing to go on stage for a fight they knew they’d lose, but they couldn’t disobey Deo’s orders either. It was no wonder they were drooping their heads and had no morale whatsoever. Since they’d entered the fighting grounds, the four of them had had no inclination to discuss any details with Han Shuo. It looked like they were planning on acting according to what Deo had said, and just make a random showing.

From where Han Shuo stood, he could see all of their expressions. Yet he didn’t say much, he just chanted a section of magical incantation and summoned a few small skeletons and zombie warriors to battle.

The small skeletons and zombie warriors appeared faster than normal beneath Han Shuo’s incantation. The six skeletal warriors and three zombie warriors appeared in almost the blink of an eye within the square. There was no pause in between each one, and their speed was astonishing.

“Yo, that fellow’s incantation speed is rather abnormally fast. He’s summoned so many creatures in the blink of an eye.”

Those observing in the crowd were students and teachers from all majors. They naturally understood that the chanting of a magical incantation needed to be in concert with the speed in concentrating mental strength. If the two magics had a short interval in between them, that meant that the speed in concentrating mental strength was also very fast. They all displayed expressions of astonishment when they saw Han Shuo summon so many dark creatures in such a small time frame.

Even Dean Emma’s eyes gleamed as she looked at Han Shuo in interest, as if she was very curious as to what Han Shuo was prepared to do.

“Humph. Light magic is the antithesis of dark creatures. He might as well save his mental strength for a few more necromancy magics, as opposed to wasting his mental strength in summoning dark creatures.” One of the dark major teachers jeered as he looked at Han Shuo.

Fanny sat beside him, so these words were obviously meant for Fanny. Anger appeared on Fanny’s face, but she didn’t say a thing.

After summoning the skeletal warriors and zombies, Han Shuo was secretly delighted. When he’d summoned so many dark creatures previously, he’d felt a significant decrease in his mental strength. However, this time, after completing the summoning of so many dark creatures, the amount of mental strength depleted was negligible to Han Shuo. This was a practical demonstration that Han Shuo’s mental strength had also increased by quite a lot.

Joy filling his heart, Han Shuo once again chanted an incantation and a few more skeletal warriors, zombie warriors, and ghouls appeared.

As he was summoning these dark creatures, Han Shuo had already left the clump of dark major students and arrived on the left most corner of the square. There was cover from artificial mountains and fake trees, as well as fog wreathing the area. Therefore, the light and dark major students wouldn’t be able to see his motions.

When the dark creatures came out, they waved the weapons in their hands according to Han Shuo’s commands and quickly began to set up traps within the area.

Ropes and snares, as well as further deepened moats became hidden dangers in the area. The skeletal warriors raised their bone daggers to work quickly, the ghouls speedily moved the dirt to pile up in the front and formed a wall that would impede others from entering the side. The zombie warriors then used the wooden clubs in their hands to made the mud walls a bit thicker and firmer.

The three dark creatures started working orderly and without confusion under Han Shuo mental manipulation. Under the gaze of the students and teachers outsiders, they began to calmly and gravely set up the damaging traps, as if Han Shuo was a calm hunter.

They’d all originally held the mindset of watching a joke, but when they saw so many dark creatures appear and quickly work to set up the traps, their expressions turned from comical to gravely serious.

“As long as a necromancer’s mental strength is strong enough, he can summon an endless numbers of dark creatures. Only necromancers can use their dark creatures to complete work that requires manual labor. This is the kind of advantage that all other majors aren’t able to emulate.”

“This little fellow’s methods have thoroughly utilized the advantage of necromancers being able to utilize dark creatures. His mind is rather nimble. I think there will be a spot of interest with the fight this time.” Dean Emma flicked a slight smile at Deo and said faintly.

Snorting lightly, Deo’s expression was still cold and remote. “He still has to lure the people into his traps in order for them to be effective. I think the necromancy fellow will be hard pressed to do that. When he appears in front of the light major students, a wave of magical attacks will be enough to lay him flat. By then, his traps will be completely useless.”

Deo couldn’t help but be a bit regretful when his words finished. If he’d instructed the other four to work together with Han Shuo, then perhaps he could’ve lured the light major students into the traps and maybe truly caused some misfortunes to happen.

But battle had officially begun by now, and no matter how much Deo regretted things, there was nothing for it now.

Coldly surveying everything within the square, Fanny’s bright eyes landed on Han Shuo. She didn’t relax for a single second, and didn’t pay any attention to the mockery and jeering from those around her.

They say that a man seriously going about his business held the most allure. At this moment, Han Shuo was going about his business with not a trace of panic or franticness. There was even a hint of relaxed confidence playing about his lips. Add to that the fact that Han Shuo’s current actions were on Fanny’s behalf, he truly did have a mysterious allure to Fanny at the moment.

Because of the magic shield’s effect after entering the square, the noise and scenes from outside the square were completely obstructed by the shield. Han Shuo couldn’t see anything outside the shield after he’d entered it.

The dark creatures were still were busily. Han Shuo, having given his orders, began to walk amongst the shadows of the trees and artificial mountains like a ghost, approaching the center between the light and dark majors soundlessly.

Han Shuo’s movements weren’t particularly surreptitious, nor did he purposefully display a fast pace, but with Han Shuo’s current vision, his control over his movements had already reached the level of astonishing and magical. Ordinarily speaking, anyone passing through the shadows of the trees and artificial mountains would need to pass through an area of light. Any of the others students would be able to see someone pass through if they just concentrated a bit.

As these students walked, they would inevitably unconsciously turn their heads to observe their surroundings. Han Shuo would only suddenly move through two shadows in the instant that they moved their eyes or when they happened to blink. It was as difficult as trying to scale the heavens for an ordinary person to grasp that instant of open space. It could even be said that it was a wonderful art, but the current Han Shuo had well and truly accomplished it.

Therefore, no one discovered traces of Han Shuo’s footsteps as he snuck through the shadows and arrived at the artificial mountains at the center between the light and dark majors. The students and teachers observing on the outside also found it odd why the students inside hadn’t seemed to notice Han Shuo. This bizarre phenomenon made them feel that something was afoot.

However, Emma and several other archmages with unparalleled vision happened to observe some peculiarities at the same time. Emma didn’t say much after her eyes lit up, but two wind and water archmages exchanged shocked glances. Their originally disinterested expressions instantly refocused on Han Shuo.

Deo’s face darkened even further. He hadn’t thought either that Han Shuo would have such ridiculous powers of judgement and vision. As he was reeling in shock, he couldn’t help but look at Fanny behind him, wondering if Han Shuo’s wondrous abilities came from Fanny.

Han Shuo stopped in the shadows of an artificial mountain, and stood there without moving. The light major students had spread out and were cautiously probing in all directions on light footsteps, moving slowly towards the dark major’s territory and using the surrounding trees and artificial mountains to conceal their movement. It looked like they hadn’t lowered their guard even though Phillide had been taken out of the picture.

On the contrary, the four from the dark major side were lazily approaching the center area. Their expressions were dour and dejected as they complained ceaselessly. They seemed to be venting the anguish within their hearts. In their condition, they were likely to be demolished by the light major’s first round of attacks.

A light major student suddenly approached where Han Shuo was and looked at the artificial mountains in which Han Shuo was concealing himself. He was paying attention to the direction where the dark major students were going to appear, drifting closer to the artificial mountain Han Shuo was residing in without any guard up at all.

This light major student was about ten paces away from the closest person. He’d initially looked over the artificial mountains as he walked closer, and didn’t pay much attention to things when he didn’t discover anything out of the ordinary. He started walking over with his guard down.

Within the shadows, Han Shuo’s body was almost one with them. His body was like a boulder as he stood there unmoving. The audience outside looked on as the light major student approached Han Shuo in the shadows, sucking in a breath as the entire scene became deathly quiet.

Suddenly, Han Shuo, hidden within the shadows, became a demon concealed by the darkness. His demonic arms suddenly opened as one hand covered the mouth of the light major student, the other hand abruptly closed on his body and the light major student was dragged into the darkness.

Just as the light major student was reacting with astonishment, Han Shuo brought a fist crashing down onto the back of his head. The light major’s student went limp and he fell directly unconscious. Within the darkness, Han Shuo dragged this light major student into the shadows and quickly swapped clothes. He then strode out openly from the shadows and slowly approached the center.

The five light major students were more than ten paces apart from each other. They could see those beside them, but could only determine that they were on the same side via the same clothes, due to the fog and duskiness. They couldn’t see faces or features clearly. Add to that the fact that winter clothes tended to be thicker and made all their bodies bulkier. Therefore, Han Shuo’s appearance didn’t draw anyone else’s attention.

However, the students and teachers within the square got a full view of what was about to happen. The outside was going crazy with noisy chatter and discussion. The necromancy major had suddenly become the center of attention. Lisa and the other’s yells stood out even in the midst of the boisterous square.

“Oh my gosh, that’s incredible, he took out a person just like that.”

“The five from the light major have been observing their surroundings with their eyes for half the day. How could they have not discovered that he’s approaching them, how is that possible?”

“He’s become part of the light major team now. I think the light major fellows are in big trouble this time. Their companion has suddenly become a ticking time bomb, but no one realizes it. This is quite interesting!”

Voices raised in incredible conversation rose and fell in waves. The students still found everything hard to believe, but given that the truth was right in front of them, they had no choice but to believe.

“Master Fanny, your student is quite interesting!” Deo’s usually cold and remote face had become much more tender, as he looked at the composed Fanny. However, her subtly dancing eyebrows gave away her repressed excitement.

A feeling of comfort flowing through her heart, Fanny flicked a chilly glance at Deo and mocked, “Now how would that be? He’s just there to make up the numbers, Master Deo is too complimentary.”

Deo didn’t say much after getting shut down, and his expression also appeared a bit nervous. His gaze patrolled the demonstration area within the square as he paid attention to further developments.

At this moment, Fanny’s heart was filled with contentment. She’d been continuously mocked and belittled by others because of the her major’s uselessness. Now, because of Han Shuo’s rise to prominence, the gazes of those looking at her were filled with astonishment and incredulity. Even Deo, who’d jeered at her before, had nothing much to say now. This almost made the joy within Fanny’s heart overflow.

Everyone had a vain heart, and Fanny had often been suppressed by others. Now that the situation was suddenly reversed, Fanny’s joy and comfort was felt even more strongly. When she looked at Han Shuo now, she found him extremely pleasing in her eyes and a trace of a sweet smile unconsciously curved on her lips.

Within the square, Han Shuo naturally didn’t know that there was an uproar outside the field because of his performance. He strode out calmly and steadily, slowly moving towards the center with the other four light major students.

The four dark major students slowly appeared from the other direction. They had spread out their formation and kept an appropriate distance from each other. When they saw the light major students, the four dark major students abruptly halted their footsteps.

Two Deep Slumber spells and another two Hand of Darkness magics were chanted from the mouths of the four dark major students. The two Deep Slumber spells came floating towards Han Shuo and another light major student. Two enormous hands also suddenly formed in the dim sky and started swooping down towards the other two light major students.

Light major captain Keelung was standing in the center and watched all of this with a cold gaze, completely unmoved. This was because not a single dark major attack landed on him, or perhaps this was because the dark major students knew that they would be useless on Keelung.

Han Shuo had also been attacked with a Deep Slumber spell. He shifted his body at this moment and walked swiftly, dodging the spell.

The light major student standing beside Han Shuo remained coolly composed when the Hand of Darkness appeared overhead. A Radiant Slash suddenly appeared and shot towards the Hand of Darkness high overhead.

A bone spear suddenly appeared out of thin air at this time, with another one appearing shortly thereafter. It pierced the Radiant Slash attack and both bone spears and the Radiant Slash broke apart as white dots of light. At the same time, an Agony of the Soul appeared in front of this light major student, along with the Hand of Darkness.

The sudden change completely derailed the light major student’s train of thought. The Agony of the Soul had already landed on him before he had time to react. The Hand of Darkness followed quickly after and grabbed his body.

“Deron, are you alright?” Off in the distance, Keelung immediately cried out and started walking over when he saw what had happened.

Deron immediately reacted. Although Han Shuo’s chant had been made in an exceedingly low voice just now, he still heard it because the two were so close.

Deron was anxiously trying to tell Keelung to watch out for Han Shuo, but unfortunately he was finding it difficult to breathe, given that the Hand of Darkness was wrapped tightly around him. The dark major student who’d casted it was watching with a face full of excitement off in the distance. The student reached out forcefully, causing Deron to pass out.

Apart from Deron fainting, the other light major students easily handled the dark major attacks that had targeted them. Keelung, having not been attacked, swiftly approached Deron, wanting to check on him.

There was one unconscious Deron between Han Shuo and Keelung. Han Shuo also approached the unconscious Deron as Keelung approached, appearing to want to see how Deron was doing.

The light major captain reached Deron first. He’d just stooped down and was about to examine Deron’s condition when three bone spears materialized, followed by two bone arrows and an Agony of the Soul.

Keelung gave an abrupt start and suddenly stood up, finally catching a glimpse of Han Shuo’s face. He shouted involuntarily, “This is bad!”

A light magic attack was suddenly released as an incantation was rapidly recited. It formed a semicircle in front of his chest and started rushing over. The bone spears, arrows, and Agony of the Soul were destroyed in an instant.

However, when the magical fallout had begun to settle down, several bone arrows flew out again. This gave Keelung a great shock as he hastily backed up.

The release of magic was dependent on the amount of mental strength and the speed of focusing it. Although the time elapsed between two magics could be decreased, theoretically speaking, the more destructive a spell was, the longer amount of time there must be between each cast. A spell, such as bone arrows, expended very little mental strength, and so it could be quickly cast in succession.

Seeing the situation, Keelung had sent out an answering wave of magic and needed a bit of time to recover. It was a pity that Han Shuo wasn’t giving him any opportunity to. Three bone arrows flew out from behind, causing him some panic and taking one to the rear when he couldn’t dodge in time.

“The necromancy major fellow is masquerading as Billy. This person’s too sinister! Take him down first!” Keelung rubbed his butt and immediately called out.

Off in the distance, the other two light major students evading the dark major attacks hesitated only briefly and immediately met up with Keelung to attack Han Shuo after hearing his shouts.

Han Shuo laughed loudly at this moment, raising his voice, “Fainting already counts as being out. It’s three of you now against us five, I think it’ll be difficult for you to win!”

Han Shou didn’t stay where he was as soon as he’d finished speaking. He dashed off to where the traps had already been set up with the speed of a normal mage. Keelung and the others were stunned for a second as Keelung then said resolutely, “Take down this fellow first. The other four from the dark major have no fighting spirit left, we’ll take care of them after.

The other two from the light major nodded and rushed towards Han Shuo after hearing Keelung’s words, leaving the four from the dark major looking at each other with some embarrassment. One of them yelled out, “We’re five now, why should we be afraid of the three of them? Let’s take them out!”

In this way, the odd scene of Han Shuo running in front, the three from the light major in hot pursuit, and the four from the dark major chasing madly after was formed.

It was a hubbub of noise outside. If it was said that Han Shuo had been lucky when he took down a person within the shadows just now, then his later interactions with Keelung and the fast speed of his magic being released and injuring Keelung’s butt proved that Han Shuo’s strength was definitely uncommon.

Add to that the fact that they had seen Han Shuo setting up traps and saw him running there now, the audience immediately knew what sinister intentions Han Shuo had in mind.

“Oh damn it, why are things happening like this?” Light major archmage Voigtlander had been smiling smugly, assured of victory. He couldn’t help but cry out at this moment. The development of the situation was completely out of his expectations.

“Master Fanny, your student is very strong. To think that the necromancy major had a talent such as him. This is truly incredibly!” Suddenly, several teachers, who often mocked Fanny, had a complete change in attitudes, and they all spoke with great praise to Fanny.

This was Fanny’s proudest moment in all her years in the necromancy major. Han Shuo’s actions had won the respect of all those present for Fanny. She was crazy with joy inside, but still smiled demurely and said calmly, “This is nothing. Our necromancy major has great talent, we just tend to keep a low profile. Now do you understand how shallow your understanding was before?”

The other teachers looked askance at each other after Fanny had spoken. They hadn’t thought that thanks to Han Shuo’s bizarre rise to prominence, Fanny’s presence would also be bolstered as well.

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  • Thxs for the chapter.

  • Bryan showing off without trying

  • Erebus

    Thanks for the chapter!

  • Thx for the chapter, but i have to use ad block the site reload non stop with the add.

    • etvolare

      Agemon, so sorry about that! Do you have the URLs of the sites volareTL is being redirected to? Please email them to me and I’ll go sledgehammer the ad company!

  • I’d really like it if the part 2 of a chapter when split, is posted separately so it is easy to read and this doesn’t cause much problem instead of having to search where the previous part was ended and them read the new Part2 of a chapter.

  • I see why you needed to split the chapters up.. 😀 Thanks for the update! Also if you could, from now on when you have to split the chapters up could u put like a break in two parts after you put them together? Its kind of a pain to scroll through the whole chapter and try to find where the first part left off….

    • etvolare

      I hear you on putting in a break! Will be doing so in the future. 🙂

  • go han shou! wohoo!
    Thank you for the chapter!

  • The chapter was long but i enjoyed to read it.

    Thank you very much for this full chapter Etvolare! 🙂

    You are awesome! ^^

    PS: by the way, i give 5* to SOTR and GDK in update novel too.
    I like My wife is a beautiful CEO but SOTR and GDK are in my favorite list.^^

    • etvolare

      Hehe thank you so much Neko!

      • Etvolare, I can’t translate but I can help proofread if you need editors.

        I’d love to help translate, but I don’t speak or read Chinese/Japanese/whatever the native language is for this story.

  • Oak

    Thanks for the whole chapter,
    Go Han, win and get rewarded by fanny

  • He went complete silent assassin on their ass… 😛
    Thanks for the translation… Loved the chapter…

    • You mean he became batman.
      “Suddenly, Han Shuo, hidden within the shadows, became a demon concealed by the darkness. His demonic arms suddenly opened as one hand covered the mouth of the light major student, the other hand abruptly closed on his body and the light major student was dragged into the darkness.

      Just as the light major student was reacting with astonishment, Han Shuo brought a fist crashing down onto the back of his head. The light major’s student went limp and he fell directly unconscious.”
      Don’t you dare tell me that’s not B-man!

      • That sneak attack may have been batman… But that sneak attack plus changing to their clothes is undoubtedly Agent 47 …

        • With the night-vision, it’s totally like splinter cell.

  • Nam

    All this tech thingy made my head spin.. lol

    Anyway tnx for the chapter Milady Etvolare.. your truly appreciated

  • Thanks for the chapter !

  • Hey buddy! I don’t know if its a good suggestion or not but you can probably contact other translation websites for help on this matter since they also view this as a major problem. I mean I see a lot of peoples websites saying not to post the chapters somewhere else without permission. Overall, great job on not being too discouraged about that fact!!!!!!

  • Dear Friends, many thanks to the Author, Translator(s), (Editors), (Donors) for the awesome chapter! With lots of love, Jack

  • etvolare, I suggest M-Th schedule for 2 large chapters in a row with 2 day break between regular releases. That way we get 2 full chapters instead of 1.5 per week.

  • there is a way to make is uncopyable/unrightclickable but still highlightable, ive seen it done on other sights but not sure exactly how its done

    • Exp

      I said this below, but it takes roughly three clicks to bypass that method.

  • How about you have two versions for your website, one normal one and a mobile one. Then you could forbid to highlight text for the mobile (most use the border of the screen as a marker), while the text on the normal page is in a picture (.jpg etc).

    • etvolare

      But, the thief is likely going off of the PC version? I find it hard to believe they’re stealing off of the mobile version.

      • Ah, you misunderstood me. On this page you protect the text in a picture, you can’t copy from a picture (except you tip the whole text). Your previous problem was that Mobile users would have problems with a picture right? So, just give them their own copy where they can’t – just to be sure – highlight the text.

        Hope I could make myself clearer

        • the idea is quite good, but you could just access the mobile page from the PC and watch its source code, so it doesn’t really change much :/

        • Meh

          jpg picture is no definite solution either, you can just convert it to pdf and then highlight/copy it all. Just need to check the spacing a bit and you have it all stolen again.. its pretty much another 3-4 clicks job…

  • ME


    you cold try the css property user-select: none;. This makes a text unselectable, so they schould not be able to copy the text.

    • etvolare

      Unfortunately, readers like highlighting as they read, so I likely won’t be able to implement that suggestion. Thank you though!

  • Not sure if you have the ability to with this website but perhaps you could make the text displayed in adobe acrobat plugin, about the only way they could copy it is to use screenshots.

    Second you could make the text a picture instead (a really big picture mind you).

    • etvolare

      @Chazz thank you for the suggestion! I’ve thought about all of them — making the text a picture would make it resize oddly on phones, and I’m not sure if iPhones will play nice with any Adobe plugins. 😀

  • Click next…nothing. Tried to switch to another window and sees Han Shuo’s little skeleton stole this page nice one

  • Exp

    It is VERY easy to circumvent disabled js and right click scripts, it would be a pain for us readers, but it should be possible to have a section of the chapter appear as a guest and the whole chapter to show up if a person is logged in. Not sure how easy this would be with wordpress though.

  • Hi Etvo, you can use DMCA to remove the copied content from Google. 🙂

    Thanks you.

    • etvolare

      @nick, DMCA is a US only thing. ><

  • Thanks for the chapter. Are you planning on doing this in parts from now on, and are you planning on releasing both parts of a regular chapter on the same day?

    • etvolare

      @Randomguy I’ll be doing releases in parts when the chapter is over 4k characters!

  • It seems like my tank doesn’t feel that well

  • Tank kyu!
    / ̄ ̄\――‡ ≡◯ ≡◯
    (@@@) ̄ ̄

    You know, people could just do

    @”Insert other commenter name here”

    I know it doesn’t do anything, but at least we know who you’re referring the reply to.

    • etvolare

      @baramusha fantastic suggestion, thank you! 😀

      • I see you made some changes.

        • etvolare

          Heh. Maybe!

  • save the chapter as a image and watermark the background, capable of doing so in windows office 2003. disable right click, and saving of content from web page.

    • etvolare

      @Nick thanks for the suggestion, but that creates trouble for those who like to highlight as they read. 🙂

  • Sadly its really hard to find someone as good as you to volunteer. Looks like we’ll have to clone you just like how kfc clone their chicken haha. Seriously though if your about to burn out just rest for a week or two

  • Thank you for your efforts and nice translation (you da real MVP) 😛

  • Etvo if your starting to burn out translating GDK why dont try to find someone to help you translate GDK. Dont want you to end up like notsane from PMG.

    • etvolare

      I would love to! All volunteers, come to me! Must be able to translate at my level or better. 🙂

  • Thanks!

  • Thanks

  • Thanks so much!

  • Mistake

    Coldly surveying everything within the square, Fanny’s bright eyes landed on Han Shuo. She didn’t relax for a single second, and didn’t pay any attention to the mockery and jeering from those around him <- should be her

  • It would be best to post the text on a png or jpeg image. That way they would have extra issues when stealing. Maybe after a week, you secretly replace the chapter images with real text – so that the stealers wouldn’t have a clue.

  • Ed

    It’s possible to disable everyone’s ability to copy and paste using JavaScript or even CSS. At the very least it’ll make it harder for your posts to get stolen

  • People really should stop stealing translation. And this was such a good series. Much more than the one that went to ww.
    Thank you for your hardwork!

  • Rat

    may be Emma is Emily’s sister

  • ZaX

    Use the other dark mages as bait and win seems like the plan now. Thanks for the chapter and take your time. I shudder at just looking at 2 pages of Chinese…

  • Thanks for The reply etvo. I kind of read and at the same time translate for my younger Brother…so he os all hypped..and me too >.< Best reggards from brazil

  • Many thanks for the part of chapter 127! 🙂

  • Etvo, hi 🙂 may i ask if you have a schedule for these regular chapters. For example…part 2 in 2 days. Thank you for your hard work.
    Im sorry for some english mistake. It’s not my native language.

    • etvolare

      Regular chapters are 3x a week, usually MWF! 🙂

  • This works out awesome even if done in parts. Thanks for the chapter translation.

    Mc should just Dance in the middle to some tunes when both sides are searching; just to troll the audience outside XD.

    • etvolare

      Thanks Anarchy, you the best! 🙂

  • Etvo, thank you so much for all of your hard work 🙂 I only read GDK here because not only is it the right thing to do but you treat every single reader with care♡ I’m sorry that you’re still suffering from those damnable stealers, just know that I along with all your other devoted readers are supporting you

    • etvolare

      Thank you so much for your support here CrycoCyberSlayer! <3

  • Love it 🙂

  • Thanks for the Chapter

  • etvo, would you release the second part on the same page as the first part? Or rather you make chapter 127 p. 1 and p. 2 on different pages? I would prefer former variant.

    • etvolare

      Would definitely release the two parts on the same page, no worries!

  • Mister Etvolare
    You are doing a great job man love the tl
    If you give us the site who stole your tl we can boycot it
    I wise you good luck in your quest to destroy the thief
    Greatings from holland

    • etvolare

      I’m… I’m a girl. 🙂

  • infernaljayed

    I wonder what he will summon if any. Or will he just beat them down with his perverse strength.

  • Emma knows..! But on the other hand, eviltore could you give the name of the site that have the balls to steal from you? Just give the word and I’ll try my damndest to send a virus to whatever site it is! Whoever it is courting death!!

    • etvolare

      Haha thank you! <3 I'd rather not give them free publicity, there's a thread about them in the NovelUpdates forums though!

  • Etvo, just tell me who’s stealing your translations. If you don’t want that on your conscience, then just point me in the general direction. I’ll make sure and handle it Han Shou style.

    Said thief will mysteriously disappear and others will just think he/she went to closed door meditation. Nobody will be the wiser 😉 waaaahaaaaaahaaaaahaaa. Now my inner demon king is awakening. FEAR ME YOU DAMB THEIF, YOUR LIFE WILL BE MINE!!!

    Thanks again as always!! You and your staff do a wonderful job that we all appreciate.

  • 10/10 would recommend

  • Who’s stealing your TL? Least we can do is go and add them to a blacklist of sorts that can be updated on the NUF forum

  • AMK

    First kek

    It’s a shame to see that people are stealing your translations again, Etvolare…
    You hang in there, you’re doing a great job!