OMF V5C45 You Don’t Have to Thank Me

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Yuchi Bing Xia closed his eyes and stretched out his senses. There were hundreds of arrays in their sect, each of them with a distinctive task. If this was just one of the smaller ones that were used for convenience’s sake, it wouldn’t matter too much. They could just ignore the matter. Else … Ah, he didn’t want to think about it! Their sect definitely didn’t have the resources to repair one of the big arrays right now!
He first swept the miscellaneous small arrays with his senses but all of them were intact. His heart sank. Oh, no. Don’t tell him his worst nightmare was really coming true!
He frowned and swept the other arrays with his spiritual sense. He cursed. This couldn’t be true! He refused to believe this! Why was it the array separating the inner and outer sect grounds?! That was the second biggest, second most expensive array of their sect! And it was their second line of defense in case they were attacked! How could this array just stop working? Weiterlesen

OMF V5C44 A Broken Jade Pendant

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The night came and went by in the human realm and the disciples of the Yun Zou Sect got up again. Jing Yi was one of them. He looked at the robe and the jade pendant on the table and sighed. So all of that had really happened. He hadn’t accidentally fallen asleep while cultivating and dreamed of it. In that case, he had to make a trip to the Sect Master.
Jing Yi freshened up, took the things and left his room. He didn’t see any of the disciples he knew from his childhood as if there were only new faces around. It made him feel as if he had missed out on many years. Well, he had just that he had spent them cultivating at another place. It wasn’t too bad. It just … felt a little strange. Maybe that would have been different if at least Shao Hai and Xiao Dong had still been around but as things stood it would take a long time until he could see them again. Weiterlesen

LWS V4C35 Let’s Get Married. Without That Rubbish.

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[Wang Ya Ting and Huan Gui Ying were busy with their own problems and didn’t notice what was going on around them.
Huan Gui Ying placed the jug down and sighed. „I wished there was something I could do to find her too.“
Wang Ya Ting scoffed. „What do you want with a woman that would leave you for another man at the drop of a hat? Just forget about her. She’s not worth it.“
Huan Gui Ying nodded along very earnestly. „Right, right. Forget about her!“ He took another gulp of the wine before turning back to Wang Ya Ting with a tearful expression. „But what about the money? I don’t even dare to go home. My family will be furious, won’t they? Ugh, just imagining how father will scold me …“ He grimaced and once again lifted the jug. Weiterlesen

OMF V5C43 Home?

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Xin Lan narrowed his eyes. „Quite the contrary. I had hoped not to see you again. Especially since I’m here to solve the mess you created.“
Jin Ling tilted his head. „Oh? It couldn’t be … that man is still alive?“ He also narrowed his eyes. The last time they had met, Xin Lan had said that that man had been reborn and that one of the disciples caught in the explosion in the Leyuan region had been him. Xin Lan certainly knew which of them it was. So if he was still here … then that man was too. He had to be one of the disciples that had only been injured. Or maybe … „Is it that person you saved from that bastard Qiu Ling? That Yu Jin?“
Xin Lan cursed inwardly but his face stayed impassive. „What are you even talking about? I’m here because the Heavenly Emperor sent word that your actions were the cause of some mishap with the Son of Heaven. They asked me to fix this mess.“
Jin Ling frowned. Could this really be true? „Why would you do the Heavenly Emperor a favor?“ Weiterlesen

OMF V5C42 Help Me Out a Bit

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While Leng Jin Yu and Jinde were sharing a sweet moment Qiu Ling went and did what his predecessor had suggested and went to find Xin Lan. Honestly, this idea wasn’t bad at all. Even if Xin Lan himself didn’t want to acknowledge it, he was still part of the dragon race so it really wasn’t asking too much to have him help out every now and then. Especially after he had refrained from lifting even a single finger for his race in the last couple thousand years.
Naturally, Xin Lan wasn’t far from where Jinde was so Qiu Ling finally managed to find him sitting under a tree a few steps away from the house.
Qiu Ling unceremoniously plopped down beside him. „The old geezer wants you to help me.“
„He said you should ask me for help, not that I’m obliged to help you.“ Don’t kid him. He had heard every word spoken inside. In fact … he could even hear those two sweet-talking each other in the bedroom. Weiterlesen

LWS V4C34 How Would They Get Together?

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[Huan Gui Ying shook his head. „No. She said I was handsome. But then she left me. Wuwuwu.“ He tightened his grip around Wang Ya Ting’s arm, freeing his chin in the process and rubbing his cheek against Wang Ya Ting’s shoulder. „I’m not handsome at all, am I? What about that bastard with the bird? Was he handsome at least?“
Wang Ya Ting’s expression darkened and he once again slammed his fist down on the table. „Ugh! Even if he was the most handsome man in the world, he still wouldn’t be good enough for my little brother! Even the emperor can’t have him! No, what am I even saying? I wouldn’t hand Xiao Hui over even if the Heavenly Emperor knocked onto my door!“ He grabbed the jug of wine to take another mouthful but just like Huan Gui Ying before found it to be empty. He slammed it down with a curse and motioned at the waiter. „Bring me another jar!“
„Two! Bring two!“ echoed Huan Gui Ying.
Wang Ya Ting looked down. Huan Gui Ying looked up. The two of them looked into each other’s eyes.] Weiterlesen

OMF V5C41 He Could Get Used to This

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Jinde smiled happily when Leng Jin Yu finally did as he had wanted. He scooted closer and just as he had said he burrowed into his arms. Mn … This really felt good.
Leng Jin Yu couldn’t help but smile either when he saw Jinde like this. He reached out, wrapped his arms around him and gently stroked his back, his fingers sliding through his golden hair.
Leng Jin Yu picked one of the strands up and looked at it. Golden hair … „So you’re part of the dragon race?“ It probably should have tipped him off sooner but he had been preoccupied with figuring out his feelings.
Jinde nodded, not minding at all. He didn’t even consider that Leng Jin Yu might only have realized now.
„I see. And you and Longjun …“
This time Jinde froze. How was he supposed to explain this without giving his age away? Qiu Ling had already hinted at it and Leng Jin Yu was too smart not to understand if he said he knew him from the past. Eh? Wasn’t there also … Weiterlesen

LWS V4C33 There It Was Again

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Nie Chang laughed but hurriedly stifled it with a cough. „Uh … How about skipping one chapter and seeing how much happened? If it’s not much, you could skip more and if it’s interesting again, you could just continue to read.“
Su Yan nodded slowly. „Sounds good to me.“ And since Nie Chang understood the system so well, this shouldn’t be against the rules either.
He once again picked up his phone and skipped to the next chapter. After some consideration … he skipped another one. And since he was already at it and since the novel was really horrible he even skipped a third one.
Ah, this felt so satisfying! Was there a way to skip whole arcs? He would really like to give it a try right now. But, well, he couldn’t be too greedy either or the system might really refuse to count this task and he’d have to read this from the beginning again. Thus Su Yan resolved to read at least part of this chapter. Weiterlesen

LWS V4C32 A Predictable Novel

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While Nie Chang stealthily drove them to their secret destination Su Yan took out his phone and continued to read the strange novel about the four birds. Unfortunately, it didn’t get any better. Or, well, maybe that was the wrong way to put it. The novel just seemed … kind of boring? There wasn’t really anything happening and the few things that happened in regards to the main characters were very predictable.
Just take Wang Ya Ting for example: After how he had been introduced in the first few chapters, it was obvious how he would react when he found out that his little brother had gone missing. Naturally, he turned the inn upside down and he wasn’t very nice in his attempts to find his little brother.
Meanwhile, Wang Ya Hui very predictably stayed with Ling Yu without any worries. He thought of his brother every now and then but he didn’t go back or sent any messages.
Honestly, did the author think her readers were idiots? Would any sane person read something like this and believe even a single word of it?! How could a person as stupid as Wang Ya Hui even exist?! Weiterlesen

LWS V4C31 You Don’t Like My Apartment

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„Hah?“ Nie Chang stared at his little darling uncomprehending. What was he talking about? Wearing nothing? And why was he saying it in that kind of tone? Had he done something wrong?
Su Yan harrumphed, turned back to his wardrobe and pulled a bag out. He just ignored Nie Chang and started to stuff his clothes inside.
Nie Chang scratched his head. Looking at how half of the bag was already full after just a few pieces of clothing it was obvious that Su Yan would never manage to put everything he had taken from the wardrobe in there. „Darling …“
„What?!“
„Uh …“ Nie Chang searched for the right words but had no idea where to begin. In the end, he sighed, went over and grabbed Su Yan’s hands. „Alright, stop tormenting your clothes like this. Just what made you so angry?“
„Obviously, it’s you!“ Su Yan glared at him and pulled his hands back.
Nie Chang very patiently reached out and caught them again. „Forgive your boyfriend for being a little stupid. I’m afraid I don’t quite understand. What exactly did I do wrong?“ Weiterlesen