The Principle of a Philosopher by Eternal Fool “Asley”

The Principle of a Philosopher by Eternal Fool “Asley” – Chapter 50, The Human Called Melchi. The Human Called Asley

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Barnnn Proofreader: Xemul   With all the Murder Tigers within the range of my spell, having them group up before the Fire Walls, I unleashed Gravity Stop, the same spell that I had used against the Laughing Foxes bandits. Signalled by a brief sound cue, blue and red lights wrapped around us and the monsters, respectively. The very next instant, the Murder Tigers’ bodies were pulled down by intensified…

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Pivot of the Sky

Pivot of the Sky – Chapter 134, The Fate of Enkidu

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: adomman Editor: Snorri   As they were speaking, they had arrived at the center of the battlefield. With a wave of his hand, two squads of horsemen split from the personal guards behind Amon and advanced with the war chariots while taking care to avoid Enkidu’s fighting location. A battle between elite forces was bound to be fierce and bloody. As swords clashed and troops collided into each other in a…

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Martial Peak

Martial Peak – Chapter 1079, In The Name of Xue Yue

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Silavin & PewPewLaserGun Editor and Proofreader: Leo of Zion Mountain   In this verbal confrontation, neither side could convince the other.   Inside the room, Yang Kai looked helplessly at Xue Yue while Xue Yue drank tea constantly to calm her anger. Unfortunately, her teacup had long ago been emptied, leaving nothing behind but air.

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Martial Peak

Martial Peak – Chapter 1076, Divine Sense Intrusion

<<Previous Chapter Index Next Chapter>> Translator: Silavin & PewPewLaserGun Editor and Proofreader: Leo of Zion Mountain   Zong Ao was right about one thing though, Yang Kai couldn’t remain here for long, there was no way to tell how Water Moon Star would respond after learning about Xue Yue’s situation, and if some top-level executive were to come to investigate, it would be incredibly difficult for him to explain.

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