I Am the Monarch – Chapter 215: Amaranth (15)

T/N Note: I’m finally back. And as an offering, please accept this 5 chapter release. As for the good news, I finally made some headway preparing stock chapters. This means the patrons will get to read further ahead (as soon as I transfer the chapters from translating folder to the Continue Reading →

God of Cooking – Chapter 191: Searching for the Roots (2)

Koreatown. It was nearby, but he had never been to this neighborhood. Jo Minjun started to speak in a nervous voice. “But will Koreatown be enough? I feel like it would be difficult to replicate the authentic flavor because of the localization from being in the US……” “I’m sure there Continue Reading →

Royal Roader on My Own – Chapter 101: Dwarf of Steel (3)

If you considered just physical strength, my skills were much lower. Dwarves were stronger than humans from the moment they are born, and they have been mining and blacksmithing for fun since they are young. I’m sure there are probably only a handful of dwarves here who are weaker than Continue Reading →

Royal Roader on My Own – Chapter 100: Dwarf of Steel (2)

The apex of the Dwarves was about 1,000 years ago when the monsters invaded through the dimensional wall. There were a total of three Dwarves who were about to become Legendary Blacksmiths at that time. Akto, Bito, and Chubach. However, it seemed like their fame was cut after that. There Continue Reading →

God of Cooking – Chapter 190: Searching for the Roots (1)

#Rose Island Main Branch wakes up from its 10 year long slumber. Memory is something that feels like it is within your grasp but is actually just outside the range. I’m sure at the time it was difficult and painful, but just the fact that time has passed makes it Continue Reading →

Royal Roader on My Own – Chapter 99: Dwarf of Steel (1)

Deep in a forest in Golan Park. Huff. Huff. I could feel my extremely heavy breathing. My stamina was low even though I have not been moving that much. It is because of this really rough terrain. The mountain slopes were all steeper than 45 degrees and full of boulders Continue Reading →