Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 3 Book of Exchange – Chapter 24 Nothing Else Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 24 Nothing Else “Wen Jiubo is an unreachable person for me. I always stared at him from behind, and therefore I don’t blame him for not remembering me. I thought I would never meet him again, but thanks to you, I could look him in the eye. I’m satisfied.” After hearing Chu Bai’s words, I felt awful, as if the sadness I felt in the dream had come back to haunt me again. “Chu Bai, actually I——” I couldn’t help but open my mouth. I wanted to tell Chu Bai the truth, but surprisingly, she interrupted me. “I’ve already known! You sneaky kid who likes to peep into the private life of other people.” My face suddenly flushed. “Oi, I’m not a sneaky kid, you are!” “I’m inside your body, how couldn’t I know what dreams you had every night,” Chu Bai said slowly. “But, you’re a nice kid. You never told me about it because you didn’t want to hurt me, right? However, you’re underestimating me. I’m a lonely ghost who has wandered in this world for hundreds of years; nothing can hurt me, let alone your dreams.” “…” I was speechless. “Although I was a little disappointed when he asked me...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 3 Book of Exchange – Chapter 23 The Ruined Taoist Temple Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 23 The Ruined Taoist Temple Speaking of which, this was not the first time that Wen Jiubo asked for my help during an exorcism. I suddenly recalled that when we were in Beining City, Wen Jiubo asked me to give him a pen and used it to exorcize the Wangliang. Even if I was a psychic, I definitely didn’t have any talent in exorcism…Why did Wen Jiubo want my help from time to time? “Don’t overestimate yourself.” Bai suddenly jumped out, it held onto my clothes and climbed up to the top of my head and brought me back down to earth. “You’re not even close.” “Shut up, it’s none of your business!” “See, you’re so full of yourself!” “I’m better than you, weasel!” “What did you just say? Hey, do you dare to say that again?” I felt disinclined to argue with Bai, so I looked at Wen Jiubo. “Are we done here? Can we go back?” Honestly, I was worried about Chu Bai. I didn’t know how she was doing. “No, not yet,” said Wen Jiubo, as he put the paper man in his pocket. “We have one last step.” “What is it?” “Imprison Gudiao in a deserted place,...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 3 Book of Exchange – Chapter 22 Sealing Gudiao Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 22 Sealing Gudiao “Is that so?…” I lowered my head and muttered. “What’s wrong?” I gathered my courage and asked, “That Gudiao, did it break through your seal and run away in the past?” Wen Jiubo’s expression changed a little. He looked at me. “How did you know?” “No, I just…” Instead of questioning me any further, Wen Jiubo nodded and replied, “Yes, it did.” “Huh? Really?” I asked, unsure of myself. “It was about 50 years ago,” Wen Jiubo said. “The Gudiao once broke through my seal. Back then it attacked a village and ate a third of its population. However, the villagers thought the murderer was a female ghost who had been lingering in the village for a long time. They asked me to exorcize the ghost. At first, I didn’t think too much about it, I believed their words and captured the ghost.” My heart suddenly sank and I probed further, “And then?” “Later on I found out that it had nothing to do with the female ghost. The Gudiao was so powerful that it broke my seal and looked for food in the village.” Wen Jiubo smiled slightly and said, “I sealed the monster again and sent the ghost...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 3 Book of Exchange – Chapter 21 The Warmth Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 21 The Warmth “I’m fine…” I wiped my eyes, but tears still kept falling. I struggled to stand up as I turned my back to him, barely refraining from bursting into tears. This was so embarrassing. I began to look around to alleviate the awkward atmosphere. The place where I was right now should be deep inside the village, however, the place where I met Gudiao was a little farther away, so what was going on? Did Wen Jiubo save me? Waves of pain crashed into my chest, the blood hadn’t stopped yet. Though the blood left on my hand looked scary after I touched the wound, it was just superficial, explaining why I could still walk around even after being attacked. Oh, right, how about the man-eating beast? Where is it? I turned around and to my surprise, the giant monster lay on the ground nearby as if it was bound by an invisible rope, howling desperately and unable to break free. “It’s a miracle that you survived.” Wen Jiubo stood up and looked at me with a frown. “Luckily, Gudiao didn’t see you since you hid behind the well, otherwise, you would have ended up in his stomach if I hadn’t...Read More
Urban Tales of Demons and Spirits Vol 3 Book of Exchange – Chapter 20 Forgotten Translator: PandaWu Editor: Drogan QC: Dray First Published on Chaleuria. Chapter 20 Forgotten Ah, the profile of his face was so handsome! I stared at Mr. Wen, lost in my thoughts. Mr. Wen’s aura was special, it was full of peace and tranquility but also of coldness and indifference. This was especially true when he was slightly frowning, thinking intensely about something … At this moment, Mr. Wen suddenly opened his mouth. “It’s disturbing.” He smiled and looked in my direction. “It’s rude to pretend I don’t see you over there, isn’t it?” He…he’s looking at me! I was so nervous that I fell from the tree. Though I couldn’t feel any pain, I felt extremely humiliated when he saw me like this and I wanted to dig a hole and crawl into it. “Sor…sorry! I didn’t do it on purpose!” I couldn’t think of a better option but to apologize to him. However, Mr. Wen didn’t make fun of me. Instead, he grinned before looking at the chessboard again. “Do you think if I move the white piece like this, it will turn the tide?” His slim fingers gently rubbed the chessboard with a white piece held between the fingers. I didn’t know if he was talking to me or to himself. “Uh…I don’t...Read More
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