The narcissist that became a dragon’s bride in another world – Ch 3

Chapter 3… I bet you should be doing sth else e.e… Author: Kiyo Date (伊達きよ) TL: overd.o.seTLC: FairyEditor: ThePlanesKeeper Silk pajamas “From a childlike body to an adult one?” “Right. Since the imperial family has dragon blood, their lives are seven to eight times longer than that of an ordinary human. From birth until they

My attack stat… – V3 Chap 93 – Valkyrie

The plains on the outskirts of town thundered with the rhythmic footsteps of soldiers in full armor. The sight of hundreds of soldiers inching closer in the distance made the town guards nervous. Still in the process of development, the town of Faulkner had just recently stopped expanding its border. Makeshift fences and guard posts

My attack stat… – V3 Chap 91 – Escalation

Eryn had gone through quite an exhausting time since Claude and Katalina left the country. Being informed by Pietro and Carina, she had learned that her close family members were not who they seemed to be. However, it was fortunate that there were allies in another country that could guard her friends while she investigated

The narcissist that became a dragon’s bride in another world – Ch 2

started from the bottom, now we here: chapter 2 (translator’s notes are at the bottom) Author: Kiyo Date (伊達きよ) TL: overd.o.seTLC: FairyEditor: ThePlanesKeeper A man who looks good in frills and lace “Lord Setsu, are you heading to the library?” “Hmm? Are you going to borrow something?” “No, the other way around. I want to

A Tail’s Misfortune — V4 – Chapter Four: Mysterious Events

POV: Sora (our Vulpes Founder) Recap:  Our adorable little Emi got a nickname, and she even asked Kari to call her by the pet name!  Oh, we also discovered Kari is her nickname, too!  Kari’s full name is Katharine (cute!). There was some debate with what Sora’s grandmother’s tail color is (everyone’s seeing different colors). 

My attack stat… – V3 Chap 89 – The Electi of Dexterity

Currently, we were all sitting at a low table, cups of jasmine tea set in front of us. The familiar scent brought back memories of family gatherings for the occasional Sunday dim sum. After I had shown the crest on the scroll to Lau, his eyes widened in surprise. “Where did you get that?” He