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DOP Chapter 104 – Turbulent Times (4)

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Chapter 104 – Turbulent Times (4)

Translated by: Rysbow
Edited by: Surjit
TLC by: GT

Liu Yue moved at an increasingly faster pace as her black hair fluttered amidst the ferocious, murderous ambience. Like a trenchant arrow, she darted towards the massive siege in front of her. Cutting and slashing recklessly with the determination to rend everything.

This was suicidal recklessness.

The color of the blood was hideous and this battle seemed to be the only thing left in the world.

Only the sound of weapons clashing with each other was heard.

On top of a lofty mountain at a distance, Du Gu Ye dressed in white stared coldly at the battle happening below. As his white robes swayed with the mountain breeze , he appeared free and pure.

dop1041“That’s amazing, Xue Sheng Kingdom’s strongest defensive formation is about to be ripped apart.” beside him, a sturdy man looked below and said in a deep voice.

They could see clearly from this angle. The bright blue shadow moved at a crazy fast speed, and was about to destroy the first wave of royal knights that Xue Sheng kingdom was so proud of.

Du Gu Ye looked coldly at the blurry bright blue shadow blended in with the color of vegetation. But he could clearly see that this tiny figure released a chill that no ordinary person could  withstand . If she grew older,there would hardly be anyone  who could stop her.

“Crown Prince, Xuan Yuan Che’s Dragon Riders have arrived.” added the sturdy man in his deep voice, looking behind him.

Behind him, the Dragon Riders led by Qiu Hen was approaching at lightning pace . They had obviously overcome the Left Minister’s obstacle. If they allowed Xuan Yuan Che’s men to get any closer to them, it would be impossible to conduct Xuan Yuan Che to his death.

Du Gu Ye looked solemnly at the blue shadow below. No sound came out of his mouth.

The sturdy man looked at the Crown Prince, his eyebrows knotted slightly, and said, “Your highness, she will become an obstacle for us.”

Du Gu Ye heard him as an unfathomable expression flashed across his face.

Yes, she was Xuan Yuan Che’s comrade. That would make her his enemy. A powerful opponent like this, would sooner or later become his biggest adversary .

However, he wanted to keep this opponent. A little part of him did not want to hurt her.

Du Gu Ye sighed and coldly waved his hand. Attending the King’s birthday banquet was merely a pretence, the real reason he came was to kill Xuan Yuan Che, King Yi of the Tian Zhen kingdom; an opponent that would threaten Ao Yun Kingdom.

Now, since someone has launched the attack  before him, he would lend a hand and aid the ongoing attack.

Immediately, a string of commands were hastily passed down.

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  1. Leafyeyes417 says:

    Grrr….I don’t like that guy. I hope something bad happens to him. If he ends up killing Xuan Yuan Che i think there will be no one in the world who can stop Liu Yue from murdering them all. However, i don’t think he’ll manage it with her around.

  2. KN says:

    Argh, you take a rest the the worst cliffy ever! ><

    Not that I don't think you don't deserve it or anything. It's just… Argh!
    Where's Doraemon when I need it…

  3. jacobpaige says:

    I wonder how they managed to hide all this? Are their allies just not paying attention or is the Crown Prince faction just that strong?

    Also wondering how much this loss is going to hurt the CP faction. After all, the people who “failed to notice” all these preparations will likely have to pay with their lives. Giving the MC’s faction a golden opportunity to insert their own people.

    • FirstDragon says:

      As per usual Mr. Paige, your insights are on the money. I think the author just felt the need for a big war-like scenario and (then sadly) quickly and haphazardly engineered the story to meet that desire. We might get some ex-post-facto bullship shoveled our way but my guess-generator says the details that could explain the hows of such a fiasco will be glossed over. Too bad as exposing the cool betrayals in clues / hints to the reader would have definitely enhanced the story…but the pacing (a conscious decision on the author’s part) is just too fast for such an approach.

      • jacobpaige says:

        Its still possible that we’ll get the breakdown of betrayals later. Especially if this leads to the downfall of the Left Minister. If Liu Yue also trained those assassins to be spies, then this would be another opportunity for her to shine, so I wouldn’t give up hope just yet.

  4. momosakura says:

    Thank you Gib Pribbenow for the sponsor!
    Thank you Rysbow for the translation!
    Thank you Surjit for editing!
    Thank you GT for posting!

    Dang. I put some faith in Du Gu Ye. Just thinking he was there scout. It looks like we know who attacked them now.

    • Faust Voncleave says:

      He didn’t attack them. He planned to try and kill Che in the future but this attack was done by someone else. It’s in the second to last sentence.
      “Now, since someone has launched the attack before him, he would lend a hand and aid the ongoing attack.”

  5. midoriha says:

    Thank you!
    there really was a motive to coming to the kingdom, huh…
    well, they are rivals, after all…

  6. Samelie says:

    i really hope that both liu yui and xuan yuan che survive without beeing cripled… and maybe she asks him more about that energy thing they use. maybe she can at least train a little in it to strenghten herself and not complete go without it

  7. RKain says:

    I always feel sorry for antagonists like Du Gu Ye. Simply because of their political / moral / supernatural / whatever situation, they’re forced to fight the MC; yet if by some chance they have the opportunity to deal a decisive blow, they usually hold back because they’d much rather sleep with than kill the MC… It’s pitiful. Villains want to be happy too…

    My thanks to you.

  8. Busy Bee says:

    Thanks for the chapters. Can’t wait to read them getting rid of these obstacles and emerging victorious. Thank you Gib Pribbenow for sponsoring, Rysbow for translating,
    Surjit for editing and GT for posting! Shiro, hope you are feeling better and rested.

  9. Lednacek says:

    you have a huge problem with prepositions. huge one.
    the story makes very little sense. moving a 1000 head strong army into the centre of the capital is just huge plot hole.

  10. Ros says:

    I like how the artist seems to be colorally challenged… Like how the prince guy’s “white robes swayed with the mountain breeze” are actually black. Didn’t they confuse a couple people’s hair color awhile back, too?

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