Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 5 Book of Farewell – Chapter 17 Black Tornado Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 17 Black Tornado It felt as if it had been centuries since I last saw them, and then they miraculously appeared in front of me all of a sudden, and for that, I was extremely grateful. Then, I saw Zhu Xuan behind them. Zhu Xuan’s expression was as usual, calm like the unmoving surface of a lake, and you could not see any difference. However, his left hand was pressed on his right shoulder——where the empty sleeve was hurtful to look at. Zhu Xuan’s arm was… I felt an overwhelming hatred and anger in my chest. I turned around and wanted to punch Xu Yingchen in the face. But I found out that Xu Yingchen, who was supposed to be behind me, was gone. “What are you doing?” Zhu Xuan asked, his eyebrows knitted. “He… Xu Yingchen,” I stuttered and pointed behind me. “He was just there. You must have seen him while you were coming over! But now, now…” Su Xiaoyun came closer and stared at me with a strange expression. She waved her hand in front of my eyes. “Are you okay? Did you get traumatized or something? ” “What?” I swatted her hand away. “I’m fine! You can ask Shi...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 5 Book of Farewell – Chapter 16 Haze Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 16 Haze The world outside the window was as dark as night. The glaring sun hung lifelessly in the sky like a dark red balloon. But apart from that, there was nothing more. You could see various ghastly and shadowy evil spirits flying in the sky. Some had sharp fangs, while others had their tongues sticking out of their mouths. Those weird evil spirits were flying so quickly in the sky that it reminded me of the devil’s night I once encountered in the school’s woods, except that——they looked like they were running away from something. Even the air of the city was filled with depression. What happened? No, I can’t hide here anymore. I need to get out! I threw myself at the door again and tried to break it open, but the wooden and almost-broken door was still closed. I could not break the magic barrier Wen Jiubo set before he left. Only a Taoist spell could break the magic barrier set by a monster. At that moment, an idea suddenly appeared in my mind, which shocked me. What is going on here? How do I know how to break this magic barrier? However, I did not have time to think about...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 5 Book of Farewell – Chapter 15 Waking up Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 15 Waking up “I told you, there is nothing left,” the nine-tailed fox said in a low voice. Qing Yu looked at the ruins, which were once her homeland and secretly clenched her fists. “There is still one person left.” Qing Yu suddenly showed him a beautiful smile and turned around. “What?” The fox did not understand what she meant. “Emm, Jiubo,” Qing Yu held her hands behind her and said to him with a smile. “Can you come over?” “Huh?” “Just come a little closer,” Qing Yu said calmly. The fox stood up, although he felt that something was strange, he still did as she asked. One step, two steps, three steps. He did not notice that he was walking towards the broken altar. Sudden pain engulfed him. The nine-tailed fox roared, trying to break through the invisible power that restrained him, but that sharp pain made him unable to move an inch. The fox opened his eyes with difficulty and found himself trapped in a blue halo. And right in front of him, Qing Yu was holding a fan and pointing it towards him. Qing Yu had sealed his power. She lied to him, lured him to this place and betrayed...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 5 Book of Farewell – Chapter 14 Qing Yu (6) Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 14 Qing Yu (6) “How about Wen?” Unexpectedly, Qing Yu quickly proposed a surname. This time, she was confident of her choice. “Why?” The fox narrowed his eyes. “Because my surname is Wen.” Qing Yu smiled. “My full name is Wen Qingyu. What do you think? Doesn’t it sound nice?” ——No, it doesn’t. The fox turned his head away. “This is not my father’s last name, it’s actually my mother’s,” Qing Yu went on. “My mother died when I was very young. Although I didn’t have any memories of her, my father let me have my mother’s surname so I can remember her. So, I will give you this meaningful surname out of my immense kindness. Wen Jiubo, this name is really good, isn’t it?” “No,” the fox replied dryly. “Ah, why?” Qing Yu apparently did not expect that; she immediately pouted. “Why?” “A surname is only useful for weak species who live in groups like human beings,” the fox answered with disdain. “A surname is nothing but a shackle.” “Well… maybe.” Qing Yu lowered her head; her expression showed she was a little disappointed, but she quickly got excited again. “Forget it, you don’t need a surname. Jiubo is good, Jiubo!”...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 5 Book of Farewell – Chapter 13 Qing Yu (5) Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 13 Qing Yu (5) The wind started to blow as the butterfly flew away and Qing Yu’s long hair was blown up. It looked as beautiful as a waterfall of black hair or delicate vines. At that moment, she seemed to be the most gorgeous creature in the world. “Ahh, what a pity.” Qing Yu bowed her head, somewhat depressed. “It flew away.” The fox looked in the direction of the butterfly, frowning as if he thought her reaction was ridiculous. “It’s nothing. It’s just a common bug that can be seen anywhere.” For some reason, Qing Yu got excited. “You can see it anywhere? Well, then that’s okay. Because…” she said with a little embarrassment, “I’ve never seen a butterfly before.” The fox raised an eyebrow. “You’ve never seen a butterfly before?” Qing Yu nodded. “Em. I never saw a live one before; I only know of it through paintings. Though the butterflies in the paintings were very beautiful, I always wanted to know what a real butterfly looked like.” The fox was a little surprised. “Liar. How could you have never seen such an ordinary insect before?” Qing Yu smiled in embarrassment. “I’m not lying. Because I never walked out...Read More
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