DOP Chapter 120 – Turbulent Times (20)

This chapter is sponsored by : Dominique Clark

Chapter 120 – Turbulent Times (20)
Translated by: Rysbow, Shiro
Edited by: Surjit, Krithika
TLC by: Shiro

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Xuan Yuan Che glared at the Left Minister, his eyes filled with hatred. He also couldn’t allow them to just leave after beating up his men.

“You…” The Left Minister’s face turned green.

He knew long ago that Liu Yue was arrogant, but he didn’t expect her to be this arrogant.

“Besides, what evidence would I, the Princess, need to punish a few Tian Chen soldiers? I want to beat them up because they are an eyesore. What can you say about that?” Liu Yue said arrogantly.

Her cold eyes swept across the ten soldiers in front. Their faces held no expression as they prepared themselves mentally. Liu Yue tossed her dagger casually behind her. Only wearing those silver gloves, she said, “Don’t say that I’m using my position to bully you.”

As she finished, laughter roared below the platform. Their princess was only thirteen, while the soldier in front of her was over twenty. Their princess must be kidding when she said she was going to bully them.

Xuan Yuan Che lightly caught the dagger that Liu Yue tossed and toyed with it.

Behind him, Zhou Cheng took a step forward. He whispered into Xuan Yuan Che’s ears, “General, those soldiers are strong. The princess…”

Xuan Yuan Che waved his hand, cutting off Zhou Cheng’s sentence. His Liu Yue wasn’t a reckless person, her silver glove was much more powerful than any dagger.

Liu Yue was jet black with soot and had a worn out look all over her body, but her loftiness did not lose to anyone. Liu Yue took a step forward with a disdainful look on her face. She raised her right hand and pointed at the ten soldiers with her forefinger, then gave them a thumbs up sign before sinking her thumb down to the ground in a thumbs down sign. Her behaviour was beyond savage.

“Whoever can endure my ten attacks, I will let you go. Otherwise…”She didn’t finish her words, but her meaning was extremely clear.

Seeing that, the ten soldiers looked at each other and immidiately wielded their swords, charging towards Liu Yue altogether.

dop1176Even when seeing a sword was about to be swung at her waist, Liu Yue didn’t give a reaction. The surrounding soldiers immediately started to shout in alarm.

But before those shouts could come out, Liu Yue’s hands moved like lightning and caught the long sword in her hands, but her body still has not moved a single inch. The soldier’s cry of alarm was still stuck in their throats; they could only see a flash of light of the slashing sword, and Liu Yue catching it in her hands with a “boom” sound. A shadow flew past as the sword had broken into two, the sharp end of the sword piercing through the soldiers’ chest.

Everything happened in a blink of an eye.

The remaining nine soldiers immediately darkened. They decided to go all out without holding back, focusing their everything on this battle.

Like a butterfly fluttering away, that silver gloves was even more powerful than other godly weapons in existence.

He had made the wrong move. Only the sound of his ribs breaking apart could be heard, before he fell to the ground, his head hanging down limply.

TLN: Fanservice – Manga rearranged the story in the novel, so remember when Xuan Yuan Che and Liu Yue fell into the river? This is one of the pictures: dop1173

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18 comments

  1. Lednacek says:

    if you have a picture for previous chapters why not editing them to put the pictures in? not everyone reads the chapters right away and some people would benefit from the picture in their later read.

  2. Busy Bee says:

    Thank you Dominique Clark for sponsoring the chapters. Rysbow and Shiro for translating. Surjit, Krithika for editing. Finally more ass will be kicked. Yippee.

  3. bobby says:

    Am I the only one who kind of wishes the Manhua pictures weren’t posted along with this story? I don’t know..I just feel like they kind of break the immersion. Don’t get me wrong, they aren’t bad, they just don’t fit the story at all. Partly because a lot of minor things are changed, but also because the Manhua is drawn and written in a way that makes it much more light-hearted than the novel. The novel is very unforgiving, but if you are to read the manhua, as typical with that sort of thing, you get ridiculous looking faces when someone is surprised (Like the left minister for example) or characters that look exceedingly plain in comparison to people like Yuan Che or Liu Yue.

    In short, they just don’t flow well with the novel and for me anyway, break the immersion I usually get when I read quite often. I find myself glancing at them while reading and frowning because it just doesn’t fit with what I’m reading. The manhua’s for these types of series are very cheesy, where as the novel is quite serious and blunt.

  4. momosakura says:

    Thank you Dominique Clark for sponsoring this chapter!
    Thank you Rysbow for translating this chapter!!
    Thank you Surjit and Krithika for editing!!
    Thank you Shiroyukineko for translating and posting!

    hehehe. I knew there was a water kiss scene in that scene. XD

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