DOP Chapter 73 – Visitors With Bad Intentions (5)

Chapter 73 – Visitors With Bad Intentions (5)
Translated by: GT
Edited By: Shipreck
EDC By: Rend
TLC By: Shiroyukineko


Liu Yue raised her brows at the sight. No wonder he was as famous as Xuan Yuan Che in this world. He was indeed superior compared to other people; even she had to praise such a distinguished presence.

Li Yue’s eyes locked onto Du Gu Ye as she continued to examine him. Suddenly, she felt a slight pain in her waist, causing her to immediately turn around.

Xuan Yuan Che was right beside her, glaring at Du Gu Ye. His fingers were firmly pinching her waist, as a cold aura enshrouded his bewitching face.

This guy, was he jealous?

Liu Yue understood instantly, and couldn’t help but feel both happy and amused.  She stretched out to grab the hand pinching her waist and held it tightly for a few seconds. All humans had the tendency to love beauty, and admire beautiful things. This was an instinct.

However, she was not a foolish, starry-eyed, infatuated girl. She had just given him a quick once-over. What was this person even jealous of?

Feeling Liu Yue’s grip, Xuan Yuan Che turned his hand over and tightly gripped Liu Yue’s hand, then turned his head and glared at Liu Yue. The meaning of that glare was obvious: Don’t look at him. If you want to look at someone, just look at me.

Liu Yue immediately chuckled. This Xuan Yuan Che.

“Crown Prince Ye, please, you first.” Xuan Yuan Che’s voice was heard below.

“Crown Prince Cheng, please, you first. ” An apathetic and extremely cold voice replied.

However, no one minded it at all. The fact that Du Gu Ye, the Crown Prince of Ao Yun Kingdom, had a very cold temperament was well known throughout the kingdoms.

As she grasped Xuan Yuan Che’s hand, Liu Yue stuck her head out again. Du Gu Ye’s aura was a bit odd; it was the first time she felt a bit uncertain.

Du Gu Ye leapt onto a horse and went forward so that he was shoulder to shoulder with Xuan Yuan Cheng.

As the horses’ hooves clattered forward, the cool and magnificent Du Gu Ye suddenly turned his head consciously. It looked like he was looking at Xuan Yuan Che and Liu Yue. That frigid pair of eyes seemed to understand everything clearly.

Liu Yue’s dark black eyes met with the prince’s dark blue eyes. Their eyes were calm, yet they seemed to understand everything.

dop731Liu Yue had no doubts about it; he had recognized her, even though she believed that her name was not famous enough to be known throughout the continent.

The dark blue eyes scanned past Liu Yue’s face and onto Xuan Yuan Che beside her.

Xuan Yuan Che’s  dark red eyes clashed with Du Gu Ye’s dark blue eyes. These were primary colors that can combine to form numerous different colors.

Xuan Yuan Che was holding Liu Yue’s hand with one hand and holding a glass of wine with the other as he stared expressionlessly into Du Gu Ye’s eyes.

Sparks flew, and the auras emitted from them were shocking.

The two wonderful noble men, famous all throughout the wide world, were now facing each other from the distance.

After quite some time, Xuan Yuan Che slowly raised the glass of wine in his hand towards Du Gu Ye.

And at the same time, Du Gu Ye nodded towards Xuan Yuan Che. He had not given even one humble bow to the Crown Prince, yet he gave it to his rival, Xuan Yuan Che.

 

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      • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

        doubt she would kill her mother, but not saving her in a crisis would be possible. however she *is* still acting on her mother’s advice to keep her face hidden, so it may not end too badly.

        the more immediate problem is that he seems to recognize her and I can only think of the mother at fault, even if word got out about her, he really shouldn’t recognize her face while she has no memories of meeting him before.

        • jacobpaige says:

          She has a fairly recognizable face. He definitely has spies in the capital. Him not recognizing her would actually be more surprising to me, especially with her sitting with what is probably one of the only guys he actually respects in this empire.

        • Just saying, I may be horribly wrong says:

          Her appearance may be average but such big birthmarks on such a noticeable place as the face is are pretty difficult to ignore or reproduce. Probably when people is describing her won’t say “the girl with big eyes” but “the girl with a gigantic mark on her face”. Therefore is perfectly plausible that the crown prince of Du Gu Ye could identify her without having seen her before.

        • jacobpaige says:

          I meant she was recognizable because of all that stuff she put on her face that looks like massive birthmarks. Unless that’s just something from the manhua? Honestly can’t remember how the WN said she was hiding her appearance.

        • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

          thePics are from the manhua. It’s why i don’t like seeing different formats being carried over since they don’t translate well. details were changed in the manhua that weren’t there in the WN.

          from the manhua her mother only says she will come back for her, but makes the marks seem real (so far) while in the WN we have been told she is hiding her real face. (thus the birthmarks can’t be real)

          the pictures are good for getting a general concept across but for a blatant example, read how Yuan che was introduced and compare it to how the manhua portrays him. It’s really hard to visualize the correct appearance when a picture has been dropped in front of you showing something else xD

          can’t blame anyone for making mistakes as a result :3

        • jacobpaige says:

          So there are marks on her face in the WN too? Then my original statement stands: She has a very distinctive appearance.

          Yeah, I noticed the eye’s thing too. Honestly don’t know why they felt the need to change it for the manhua. Unless they thought it would make him look too villainous or something, but I’m not sure why that would be a problem.

        • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

          well, i’m just remembering that in chapter2 of the WN it finished off with:
          “Walking towards the simple and dirty copper mirror, Liu Yue looked at the person in the mirror. Slowly, a face that’s so ordinary that you won’t even recognise in the crowd appeared. It was like heaven and earth compared to her previous life’s face.”

          the next chapter starts off mentioning something on her face since it stayed the same even if she changed expressions. also she didn’t bother changing her appearance even when meeting the harem. 😛

          well for the manhua the difference I was noting was the blatant hair colour difference 😛 because it wasn’t platinum blond in the wn 😉

        • jacobpaige says:

          Ahh, so its some sort of magic mask then. At that point, it would just depend on the quality of his spies I suppose. Either that, or he just sensed her. Lots of these stories allow for that sort of thing.

        • jacobpaige says:

          Yeah. Honestly, I haven’t been a fan of it since the beginning (CD for me). I’m hoping that its a fad that dies out soon, though I’d willingly put up with it if it meant getting rid of some of the other things that I hate more. Like the asshat MC that all the hot girls want to screw till they can’t walk straight, or the massively oversized harems filled with women who could have been competent individuals if they weren’t side characters created to showcase the MC’s awesomeness while swooning over him, or the villains who insist on getting revenge on the MC for not dieing when they tried to murder and/or rob him, or the MCs that get ridiculous power ups that they refuse to even consider sharing with their so-called allies/cherished family members no matter how desperately they need them nor how little sharing would affect him, and so on. It’d also be nice to see the occasional female MC.

      • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

        doubt she would kill her mother, but not saving her in a crisis would be possible. however she *is* still acting on her mother’s advice to keep her face hidden, so it may not end too badly.

        the more immediate problem is that he seems to recognize her and I can only think of the mother at fault, even if word got out about her, he really shouldn’t recognize her face while she has no memories of meeting him before.

        • jacobpaige says:

          She has a fairly recognizable face. He definitely has spies in the capital. Him not recognizing her would actually be more surprising to me, especially with her sitting with what is probably one of the only guys he actually respects in this empire.

        • Just saying, I may be horribly wrong says:

          Her appearance may be average but such big birthmarks on such a noticeable place as the face is are pretty difficult to ignore or reproduce. Probably when people is describing her won’t say “the girl with big eyes” but “the girl with a gigantic mark on her face”. Therefore is perfectly plausible that the crown prince of Du Gu Ye could identify her without having seen her before.

        • jacobpaige says:

          I meant she was recognizable because of all that stuff she put on her face that looks like massive birthmarks. Unless that’s just something from the manhua? Honestly can’t remember how the WN said she was hiding her appearance.

        • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

          thePics are from the manhua. It’s why i don’t like seeing different formats being carried over since they don’t translate well. details were changed in the manhua that weren’t there in the WN.

          from the manhua her mother only says she will come back for her, but makes the marks seem real (so far) while in the WN we have been told she is hiding her real face. (thus the birthmarks can’t be real)

          the pictures are good for getting a general concept across but for a blatant example, read how Yuan che was introduced and compare it to how the manhua portrays him. It’s really hard to visualize the correct appearance when a picture has been dropped in front of you showing something else xD

          can’t blame anyone for making mistakes as a result :3

        • jacobpaige says:

          So there are marks on her face in the WN too? Then my original statement stands: She has a very distinctive appearance.

          Yeah, I noticed the eye’s thing too. Honestly don’t know why they felt the need to change it for the manhua. Unless they thought it would make him look too villainous or something, but I’m not sure why that would be a problem.

        • Sylvia Moriah Le Titania De La Waldgrave says:

          well, i’m just remembering that in chapter2 of the WN it finished off with:
          “Walking towards the simple and dirty copper mirror, Liu Yue looked at the person in the mirror. Slowly, a face that’s so ordinary that you won’t even recognise in the crowd appeared. It was like heaven and earth compared to her previous life’s face.”

          the next chapter starts off mentioning something on her face since it stayed the same even if she changed expressions. also she didn’t bother changing her appearance even when meeting the harem. 😛

          well for the manhua the difference I was noting was the blatant hair colour difference 😛 because it wasn’t platinum blond in the wn 😉

        • jacobpaige says:

          Ahh, so its some sort of magic mask then. At that point, it would just depend on the quality of his spies I suppose. Either that, or he just sensed her. Lots of these stories allow for that sort of thing.

        • jacobpaige says:

          Yeah. Honestly, I haven’t been a fan of it since the beginning (CD for me). I’m hoping that its a fad that dies out soon, though I’d willingly put up with it if it meant getting rid of some of the other things that I hate more. Like the asshat MC that all the hot girls want to screw till they can’t walk straight, or the massively oversized harems filled with women who could have been competent individuals if they weren’t side characters created to showcase the MC’s awesomeness while swooning over him, or the villains who insist on getting revenge on the MC for not dieing when they tried to murder and/or rob him, or the MCs that get ridiculous power ups that they refuse to even consider sharing with their so-called allies/cherished family members no matter how desperately they need them nor how little sharing would affect him, and so on. It’d also be nice to see the occasional female MC.

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