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Dragon Princess Settings and Ranks

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 517 characters
Translator: Silva English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 364 words
Editor(s): Deximus_Maximus

In order to improve the reading experience, we will talk about the rank and base setting here.

This is a world with Battle-Qi and Magic. Regardless of Warriors or Magicians, their ranks are divided into Nine-level and the Saint-level above.

Warrior:

Level 1 to 3 are considered Low-level Warrior.
Level 4 to 6 are considered Mid-level Warrior.
Level 7 to 9 are considered High-level Warrior.
Beyond that are the Realm of Saints, divided into Low-Rank, Middle-Rank, High-Rank, and Pinnacle.

Magician:

Level 1 to 3 are considered Low-Level Mage.
Level 4 to 6 are considered Mid-level Mage.
Level 7 to 9 are considered High-level Mage.
After breaking through the Realm of Saints, they are known as Magister, one who develops unique spells.
Regardless of the spell power, they will be known as a Great Magister so long as they were able to develop a unique spell.

Weapon:

Divided into weaponry (spare me from the ridicule, please), Military Arms, National Tools, Sacred Tools, and Paired Equipment. Sacred Tools normally has a spirit.

Race:

The main races are Humans, Demons, Dragons, Elves, Beastmen, Merfolks, and Subdragon race.

Country:

There are nine great nations in human territories. The only ones that can be revealed at this time are the Luminous Theocracy who worship the Goddess of Light, the Shadow Theocracy with belief in the Goddess of Darkness, and the Holy Dragon Empire who believes the Origin Dragon to be a Dragon God.

Location:

There are three main continents in this world, namely the Xedrios, Aizenias, and Aberon. The humans occupied the Xedrios continent.

The Demons, who are on bad terms with the humans, are located in the Aberon continent. They are separated from Xedrios by an endless blue ocean. However, as both continents are linked by a crack in space called the “Magic Pool,” the demons are able to invade directly.

The elves had once been enslaved by the other races, that’s why they have built a Spirit Maze in the Elven Forest to the South, thereby protecting themselves with a nearly half-god magic known as “Maze of Misdirection”.
The other races will be slowly revealed so as to maintain a bit of mystery.



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Vol. 1 Afterword

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 1045 characters
Translator: Silva English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 756 words
Editor(s): Deximus_Maximus

Hello everyone, I am the author of this series, Ain’t Fish.

First of all, allow me to express my thanks for everyone’s support. It gave a huge boost of confidence to a new author like me. Frankly, I wasn’t expecting this series could make it this far. After all, my previous work goes down the drain after a mere 20,000 words.

As a newbie, I am still lacking in many areas. The more I thought to myself that I should write better, the more unsatisfactory the outcome became. When I look back to the previous chapters, I feel that it didn’t turn out as good as I hoped it would be.

It’s just like the time when you see an interesting picture, your mind filled with rainbows, but the thing you wrote turned out as plain as a white paper.

However, I’m not afraid of failure.

When I was still at the starting point, I have written a few series, two of them no less.

The first series had 7,000 words but there were only two views.

My second work had 20,000 words and only viewed eleven times.

Then I wrote another two series during my times with SFACG.

The first one had 20,000 words and only had eighty-odd views. That was dropped in a flash.

However, this series had reached eight thousand views. Honestly speaking, this is completely unexpected.

But this is also proof that I am constantly improving, right?

What’s scarier than a low starting point is to make no headway, because no matter how low the starting point is, one can always make steady progress. There will come a day when we will eventually catch up to those who are already ahead of us.

My dream is to be able to portray a character I wanted to write with ease one of these days.

From the look of it, I am still far from achieving my dream.

Alright, let’s keep the rant to a minimum and get back on topic.

Lilith is a character I suddenly came up with when I was taking a nap on a certain day. She has experienced many unfortunate events in the past and could only rely on Eight-Grade Syndrome to protect herself. However, she still managed to maintain her kindheartedness despite all odds.

Under that kind of circumstance, she was transported to another world and met dragons with all kinds of eccentric attitudes, such as a mother with daughter-con, the loyal dog Akarin, the meat sculptor, and Fenice who licked the Eternal Ice. This gave her second life a sense of belonging.

This was also a chance for her to change herself.

As Lilith’s journey began, she will meet more eccentric characters and eventually start her own harem.

As for whether she would succeed or not… that’s a different story.

The next volume will be the first step of Lilith’s journey towards the St. Caroline Academy.

Just what kind of encounter and adventure awaits her on the road? Let us wait and see.

Since we are finally entering the first part of the plot, it will definitely take more time to plan out everything. Therefore I will shamelessly consider this afterword as filler. I hope everyone can forgive me for this.

However, this is my promise to you all; the next volume will definitely be better than the last, I will write with more passion than ever.

Then I will be even more shameless here to ask you all to bookmark and like this work…

Let’s meet again in the next volume, and I wish that y’all have a wonderful and interesting life like the characters in this book.

P.S. Cough cough, a little advertisement below:

To be honest, due to a lack of experience, this series had a few rough parts at the beginning of volume two. Everyone could probably tell from my comment sections and reviews already.

It will become better in the latter parts of the volume.

However, due to a certain reason, the writing style after that will change slightly. It will not be pure NEET language anymore.

Therefore, readers who like to read NEET language, I will recommend my new work to you all 《The World is Still on the Brink of Destruction Today》.

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Naturally, please continue to follow the Dragon Princess series. It’s still not too late to drop it if you really don’t like it later on.

Thank you for your support, everyone. 、(๑❛ᴗ❛๑)

2019.7.13



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Chapter 39 – The Start of my Journey (Part 5)

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2102 characters
Translator: Nexus English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1341 words
Translation Checker: Silva Editor(s): Lil Red Imp, Deximus_Maximus

“St. Caroline Academy?” I looked at the recommendation letter in my hand and murmured.

“Yes, that’s right, St. Caroline Academy.” Professor Flint stared at me with great enthusiasm, as if he was afraid that I wouldn’t agree with his thoughts, “St. Caroline Academy is the most prestigious magic school in the Holy Dragon Empire. It is even ranked as one of the best in the nine kingdoms of mankind. As the foremost institution of the Holy Dragon Empire, it naturally opened a Dragon Language department and there are a lot of people studying every year. Since your Royal Highness thought it was very boring to learn by yourself, you can go there and learn with many people.”

Many… people.

Since coming to this new world and living in the middle of this group of happy-go-lucky dragons, I unconsciously began to forget my former identity. I don’t know when it started, but I’ve completely accepted myself as the dragon princess Lilith. I haven’t even thought of myself as Kaoru, the great ⓑⓔⓔⓟ— in a long time.

Maybe it’s because the life is so happy and simple here, there are no bullies, no discrimination, no rejection, only seemingly silly but actually meticulous dragons. They centered around an otherworlder like me, singing and dancing on the stage with a fan, and pulling me to dance along with them.

I have long since forgotten when it was that I was pulled to the stage and became a part of them. I have long forgotten that I used to be just a lonely spectator curled up in the corner. Perhaps my mother had given me a push ever since I was still in the egg and made me the center of attention, turning me from a lonely spectator to a popular actor.

I’m really really happy during this period of time.

But my heart was like the moon halfway through the month, a small step away from perfection.

Now, this letter is like the missing part of the moon hidden in the shadows, gradually showing its original shape, and letting me know what I want.

I want to… go out and see, not only the human world, but also the elves, beastmen, demons, and monsters in the Sea of Origin.

In my past life, I was bound by my own ⓑⓔⓔⓟ— and was unable to leave, and the furthest my eyes could reach was the border of my ⓑⓔⓔⓟ—, but in this more eccentric, more fantastical world, I did not have those constraints.

Moreover, I feel that a long-extinguished ambition has been reignited in my heart…

I… want a harem!
I want a harem!!
A harem!!!

Something that important must be said three times over!

Even though I have been turned into a little girl by those two mentally retarded goddesses, and a 1.4 meters tall blonde loli at that, such an obstacle will not stop me from making a harem!

Becoming a little girl? No problem at all, yuri is still acceptable!!
Blonde loli? That doesn’t matter either, didn’t they say lolis are awesome?
Also…

For some reason… I’ve become more excited than ever… hehehe…

Wait, now is not the time to think about these, the most important thing is how to get the mother’s consent. After all, she’s extremely overprotective of me and certainly wouldn’t be able to stand having her daughter leaving on her own, it seems that I have to…

“Since my daughter wants to go, just go.” I suddenly heard my mother’s voice.

I turned around and saw my mother, who had been standing behind me from god knows when with a gentle smile on her face.

“Why…” I don’t understand why she chose to act like this.

My mother habitually pat my head and said, “I have been thinking about it since you were born. Is my daughter more suitable to live as a dragon or a human. We dragons are extremely long-lived. That longevity can be a curse, which forces us to live with loneliness, but you can’t.”

“However I also…” I wanted to refute my mother. After all, I lived through most of my past life by myself, how could I not stand being alone.

But my mother placed a finger on my lips and bade me not to speak, “I know that you can withstand loneliness, but you are afraid of being alone.”

“As a mother, how could I make my child stay with what she fears the most, so I always try to stay with you. But you…”

My mother’s eyes were slightly dim: “are still more like human beings in the end.”

“Human-like figure, human-like thinking, it’s only natural that you’d be surprised by some of the dragon race’s practices. For example, why do you think we learn things so slowly? Could it really be just because ours brains are all no good? No, in fact, we learn slowly on purpose, we are just giving ourselves something to look forward to doing. Otherwise, the deeply rooted boredom and loneliness would drive us dragons insane.”

“Since you’re more like humans, you might as well go to the Human world.”

I stayed silent for a long time, then I smiled and said, “Okay, but I won’t stay in the human world forever. When I finish learning the Dragon language I’ll come back. After all, this is my home.”

Mom’s smile returned, “Of course, this will always be your home.”

Then she turned around and wiped a crystal clear tears away from the corner of her eyes. Then she clapped her hands at the dragons who were feeling tipsy from drinking, “Alright, that’s enough! All of you get up now. The party is over…”

“Time to change this party’s purpose to Artemis Niger Lilith’s farewell celebration!”

The dragons who were originally noisy suddenly quieted down, all looking at me and my mother, after a while…

“The Crown Princess is leaving?”
“Wh- where is she going?”
“Is it because of something we did, Crown Princess?”
“Crown Princess…”

“It’s not.” I shook my head, “I just want to learn the Dragon Language in the human kingdom. Not only the Dragon Language, I also want to learn magic and martial arts, I want to become the most powerful princess in the history of the Dragon Race and let my name, Chaos Dragon Artemis Niger Lilith, resound throughout the world!”

I made such a strong speech, but of course, the most important sentence has yet to be said… I’m afraid that I won’t be able to leave if I say it today.

“As expected of our Crown Princess to have such a lofty ambition.”

“Precisely, I recall that in the history of the Dragon Race there was a royal princess who nearly conquered the world, and our princess said that she would surpass her. Is she going to start a worldwide campaign? Oh… that’s quite incredible.”

“Crown Princess, if you want to conquer the world, please be sure to call me to be your vanguard.”

“Me too, me too.”

“Add me too!”

“I remember those demon race brats were clamoring about destroying us in the past, it’s best to start with them.”

I watched dumbfounded as the group of dragons jumped up and down while making declarations that they’d conquer the world, itching to immediately armor up and kill their enemies.

This isn’t what my words meant, ya bastards!

“Alright, stop fooling around,” Mom’s eyes suppressed the dragon group whose blood was boiling, “If you are drunk, throw them up immediately. If you ate too much, spit out the food. Akarin, go contact the dragons that are absent, if they don’t come this time they’ll no longer be allowed to return. All dragons without a task, begin re-arranging the venue and make sure to uphold a standard of excellence.”

“We shall present the perfect farewell party for my daughter!” Mom spread out her hands and spoke as if she was the king of the world.

“Yes!!”

(Volume 1 End)



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Dragon Princess – Chapter 38

Gondor calls for aid!
Wait, not Gondor? What are these “readers?”
They’re calling for what, a chapter? Like a chapter of knights? A book, seriously?

Well, ehem, Readers call for a chapter of Dragon Princess!

Click here to start reading:
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Silva's Ranting Corner
Heya, this is Silva~ It has been a while since I last made any announcement of the sort, and a lot of ⓢⓗⓘⓣ has been catching up to me soon after I came back from my 1-week vacation. That’s why I will take this opportunity to rant in this corner for a little bit, so please bear with me and read to the end, if you care.

I’ll put them in easy to understand numbered list:
1. The Ancestor was sniped from us.

2. Sigma was caught using machine translation and fired as Demon Sword Maiden’s main translator.

3. Relocated Nexus to Demon Sword Maiden but he failed miserably (still have to pay him for the three chapters he did)

4. Relocated Nexus to Dragon Princess (good thing he managed to do better in Dragon Princess, but a little more discipline and punctuality would be nice, had me sweating cold-buckets when he only started translating the last 6 chapters just before the deadline)

5. Recruited Immortal Dreamer as the main translator for Demon Sword Maiden and he said he’d be able to provide all the chapters by the next week, so I paid him in advance since I would be on a trip the said week (still didn’t get the chapters after I get back from vacation)

5. Zzonkedd was down with gastro and real-life events kept him busy so he was unable to provide for Knight & Elf.

6. Recruited Aurum as a temporary translator for Knight & Elf, asked him to provide me with at least 1 ~3 chapters by last weekend but I barely managed to get him to provide me with a single chapter just a few hours before the scheduled release, it was honestly nervewracking.

7. Immortal Dreamer overworked himself to pay his bills but some of his employers aren’t able to pay him yet until the 1st week of December since their money is being managed by a different company. I agreed to pay him upfront again for the 2nd batch of Demon Sword Maiden chapters. (I have effectively paid him two months worth of chapters in advance now, both of which I still haven’t received a single chapter of)

8. Then since two weeks ago, I haven’t been getting any sign of a response from Immortal Dreamer. Now I’m just getting anxious since Demon Sword Maiden stockpile has run out. And I’m also really worried about the well being of Immortal Dreamer’s sudden disappearance.

I’ve been overthinking these past few days, thinking, what if Immortal Dreamer has overworked himself and collapsed? He had a history of being hospitalized for months due to poor health conditions, so that’s not really out of the question.

As you can see, it has been a rather stressful week for me since I came back from my vacation. I no longer have a stockpile for Knight & Elf series, and the chapters from Aurum are still pending. I also don’t have any stockpile left for Demon Sword Maiden, and still no news from Immortal Dreamer. I’m not worried that he will just run off with the money, he’s a nice guy and I’ve known him for a while, I trust him, even now. I’m just really concerned about his health.

After a nice long talk with the therapist, I’ve been advised to change my mindset to a more positive one, so while there is nothing I can do about Knight & Elf chapters but wait, I can at least look at Demon Sword Maiden in a more positive light, despite already paying the translator, so it’s still quite a bummer that I have to translate it myself, but it just means I’ll be back to square one, just like the time with only me and Sigma. But this time, it is me and Nexus. I will be translating Demon Sword Maiden, while Nexus will translate Dragon Princess, then I will do the translation check for Dragon Princess, and publish these chapters as usual. So yeah, nothing has changed, it’s just the same old pattern until either Immortal Dreamer gets back to us or I find a new translator for Demon Sword Maiden in the worst-case scenario.

Chapter 38 – The Start of my Journey (Part 4)

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2030 characters
Translator: Nexus English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1416 words
Translation Checker: Silva Editor(s): Lil Red Imp, Deximus_Maximus

“Finish… Finish class?” Professor Flint looked back with an expression that read ‘are you joking?’, “But our class only lasted for ten minutes, where in the world would you find a class that ends in only ten minutes?”

“No no no,” I shook my finger at Professor Flint, “It looks like you don’t know this, but teaching for ten minutes then taking a break for forty minutes is actually the most scientific way to teach, not only does the combination of rest and work improves efficiency, but it also prevents the students from becoming mentally exhausted, dozing off, or getting stressed.”

“Isn’t that true everyone?” I turned around and asked the other dragons, the threat in my eyes was evident.

“… true true true, the Royal Princess is absolutely correct.”

“Yes, if only I had mastered this scientific method earlier in life, it wouldn’t have taken me a thousand years to learn Elvish.”

“Indeed, the Royal Princess is truly deserving of her title.”

When I was satisfied with the answers I turned back to Professor Flint with a victorious look in my eyes. The professor froze for a long time before finally putting down the pointer in his hand, “Since the Royal Princess has decreed it, class is dismissed.” 1

I gave Professor Flint a thumbs up, “As expected of the best Dragon Language instructor, you are a sensible man indeed.”

Then I turned and immediately slipped away. As for whether I had returned to class after forty minutes… that’s another story that we’re not gonna talk about now.

…………

…………

Time flies like an arrow, the sun and the moon are like a shuttle, and in the blink of an eye three years had passed since I was born in this world.

These past three years, I spent every day with my schedule crammed full of important matters.

Every morning, I practiced controlling my lifeblood. After my first schizophrenic event, my mother told me that the reason it happened was because I couldn’t control the great ancestor’s blood essence that’s raging within my body and if I want to be able to do so, then I shouldn’t avoid it. If I want to control it, then I need to embrace it and use it repeatedly.

Therefore, every morning I had to spar with the training partners my mother caught from various locations.

However, the race of my training partners was always the same: Deep Sea Giants.

Once, it had nearly led to a war among the dragon races, but mother single-handedly shut that down.

And that other personality of Lilith had appeared more than once. It happened every time I lost to my training partner and was hammered into the ground. She would brutally murder her opponent with battle instinct and base power which is simply incomparable to my power in my normal condition. Therefore, it can be concluded that she only appears and takes over my body if I’m facing an opponent that I can’t deal with on my own.

But, just as mother said, I was still me at the time. It was only because of my poor control over my lifeblood that my personality and thought processes were affected. I’ve been told that my personality, when influenced by my blood, is rash, bloodthirsty, violent, crazy, and vengeful. All my little discontent would act as the fuse for me to act out violently at that time.

As a result, I also tore up Akarin’s Magical Girl Book, beheaded the sexy statue of the sculptor, and tied Fenice’s tongue in a sailor knot.

Therefore, whenever my personality switched, all the dragons on Dragon Island, aside from my mother, would take their treasures with them and teleport away, waiting for me to turn back to normal.

And when my other self finally started to tear apart mother’s collection of ten-meter tall statues, she also decided to run off like the other dragons.

I studied the Dragon Language with Professor Flint every afternoon. I studied attentively for ten minutes and then took a break for forty minutes, there were three classes every day on that schedule. How well did that work out? Well…

Bang! Bang! Bang! With a few cannons, the ribbons that had been fired fell on my head…

“Congratulations, Crown Princess!!”
“Congrats, Crown Princess!!”

Each tree in the forest was covered with ornaments. At my usual place of attending language classes, a huge cake was placed. On the blackboard, there was a message that read, “Hearty congratulations to Crown Princess Lilith for learning fifty words of the Dragon language!”

You didn’t misread that, it took me merely three years to learn fifty characters, not only that but I also learned some low level spells that I can cast using those fifty characters such as ‘Ignition’, ‘Freeze’, ‘Breeze’, and so on.

Most importantly, I remembered my name!

The Chaos Dragon, Artemis Niger Lilith, I remember all thirteen characters of my name! I didn’t even expect to be able to do that.

So I am a genius after all.

“Crown Princess is a genius.” See, even they said so.

“That’s right, it only took you three years to learn fifty characters. If this keeps up, then memorizing all five thousand should only take, lemme see… one… two… three…”

“You idiot, how long do you intend to count for. It should take about five hundred years.”

“Yes, that’s right, five hundred years is enough. And here I thought that the Crown Princess would need to study for more than a thousand years. I’m so shortsighted I should punish myself with three cups.”

“Yes, three penalty drinks. Cheers!”

“Cheers!”

Those guys completely forgot about me and drank from a barrel-sized cup.

But there’s no way for me to enjoy it since this body can’t handle alcohol, the last time I tried to take a sip with my tiny mouth nearly all of Dragon Island was destroyed and since then no one offered me even a drop of wine to drink.

Seriously, how frustrating! I was the God of Wine2 who wouldn’t even get drunk from a thousand cups in my past life, so how come this new body of mine can’t even handle a drink?

Forget it, just eat cake. If I can’t drink then it’s better not to think about it…

“Crown Princess, could you wait a moment.” Professor Flint suddenly called me.

“Professor, is there something you want?” I turned to look at my teacher who seemed to have aged too much in the last three years.3

Professor Flint hesitated for a moment, “this humble one has… come to resign.”

“Resign?” I look him straight in the eyes, “how can you resign after doing such a great job? Don’t tell me, is getting to class too exhausting? Is your salary not enough?”

“It’s not that.” The professor promptly answered, “It’s not exhausting, how can it be exhausting with only thirty minutes of class every day? And a salary of ten gold coins per day is more than I would’ve ever imagined at my previous job.”

“Then why are you resigning?”

“That’s because…” Flint paused. He seemed to be thinking about whether he should say it. After hesitating for a moment, he continued, “The Princess has only learned fifty characters in three years. It is really a waste.”

“How is that a waste? Dragons live for tens of thousands of years.”

“I mean I can’t afford it,” Professor Flint trembled sharply, he shook so bad, you’d think that someone had dug up his ancestral grave. “This year I’m turning eighty-one, I already have one foot in the grave. It really is a waste.”

“…” I almost forgot that humans had such short lives.

Professor Flint twitched and retrieved a letter from his arms, “I know why Your Highness has been so slow to learn, that is because it’s too boring to study alone.”

He handed the letter to me, “This is a recommendation letter for St. Caroline Academy. It is the most prestigious magic school in the Holy Dragon Empire. There is a special dragon language department in the school. I recommend you to go there to study, Crown Princess.” 4



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Chapter 37 – The Start of my Journey (Part 3)

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 1662 characters
Translator: Nexus English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1141 words
Translation Checker: Silva Editor(s): Lil Red Imp, Deximus_Maximus

In order to live up to the name of the dragon princess as quickly as possible, I began to diligently study the dragon race’s language. Unfortunately, after only ten minutes I began to regret that decision.

The way Professor Flint taught the Dragon Language was basically for him to write down all the most basic characters on a blackboard and explain their meanings one by one.

Then he made me go over them a dozen times to memorize all the characters.

It brought back the pain I suffered while learning languages in my past life. Even more so in this case, after all, the difficulty of learning a language from scratch and learning one based on your understanding of your native tongue are on two completely different levels.

Having the foundation of my original world’s language coupled with the language of this world instilled in my mind from those two goddesses, the difficulty of learning the Dragon Language was exponentially greater.

Studying the language this way is so tiring that even just a ten minute period was tough for me to survive. My heart hurt as if it was scratched by a cat, I can’t wait to take a break for two or three years before resuming the lesson.

Well… the real reason is, that it is super boring.

“That… teacher, can’t you make the lesson more interesting?” I’ve always been a good student who pays attention and asks questions.

“More… interesting?” Professor Flint’s hands were shaking and he nearly dropped the pointer. Trembling, he responded while pushing up glasses on his nose, “I have been studying the language for a long time and I have never once heard of making the lessons ‘interesting’.”

“Don’t you know that this force-feeding style of teaching only makes a student lose interest in the lessons, thus reducing my efficiency in grasping the information. Moreover, such a hypnotic course will only serve its purpose of making me fall asleep during classes. I ask this of you, if I were to fall asleep in class, would you dare try to rouse me? No, right? As a consequence of that, I can’t even learn the Dragon Language, can you handle the burden of that pot?” My eyes opened and my righteous words pointed out the flaws in his old-fashioned ideas.

Professor Flint took a handkerchief from his pocket and began to wipe his sweat, he almost dropped the handkerchief due to his trembling hands, “That… your royal highness, how should I teach you then?”

“Hmm, there is an extraordinary number of interesting teaching styles that you can employ. For example, you could try to integrate Dragon Language into tongue twisters, folklore, or music.”

“That won’t do huh… um… how about crosstalk1 then,” Professor Flint’s expression became more and more ugly the longer I spoke, but I’m not the kind of princess who would go out of her way to make things difficult for him. Since I felt a little sorry for him, I decided to lower the difficulty.

However, after hearing the idea of crosstalk, his face turned green as if he’d just eaten ten pounds of cauliflower.

“B…but I don’t even know what is crosstalk,” Professor Flint continued to wipe the sweat from his face. At the rate he was sweating, perhaps he was on the way to get dehydrated soon.

You don’t know about crosstalk and you still dare make a living with that mouth of yours?

“How dare you call yourself the one who teaches Dragon Language when you can’t even do crosstalk!?” I had yet to speak when I heard Akarin already howled from behind.

“How can you teach the princess like this?”

“Yea, that’s right.”

“Precisely so.” The other dragons began to jeer.

Nupz, that wasn’t a mistake, it was indeed Akarin and the other dragons.

In the small forest where the class was being held, there were not just me and my teacher, Professor Flint, but also a little more than a hundred other dragons.

You don’t think that one hundred dragons idling in one place are a lot? Most times, dragons like to set out and explore the world, so there aren’t many left on Dragon Island. The one hundred dragons sitting around are more or less the entire population remaining on the island at the moment.

This created the scene where Professor Flint stood in front of a huge blackboard, while I sat on a stool not too far away from him, and then there was a huge group of dragons watching us from the back.

This was also the reason why Professor Flint was trembling since the start of the class as though he was at the last stage of Parkinson’s disease.

It’s not because I went out of my way to embarrass him.

But even if their behavior influenced the atmosphere of my class, I can’t get rid of them because my mother is also one of the dragons among the group that assembled to watch.

I should’ve expected it with how casual the Dragon race is about everything.

“Hey~ by the way, what is crosstalk anyway?” A sensible dragon finally spoke up and asked the question on everyone’s mind.

“A crosstalk…” I slowly stood up and looked around.

“I- is crosstalk a very powerful skill?” asked a dragon with a trembling voice.

“If the Royal Princess puts on that kind of face, it must be so,” the other dragons affirmed as a group.

I stood before them with the solemn presence of a person speaking before hundreds of thousands of people at Tiananmen Square, “is a way to get people to laugh with tongue twisters, stories, and songs.”

“………”

The air suddenly turned strangely quiet.

Even Professor Flint was so shocked by my stunning majesty that he stopped shaking.

After that, he suddenly fell to the ground weeping bitter tears after having experienced the sincerity behind my knowledgeable and experienced words. “Crown Princess, that’s utterly impossible.”

He sounded like that one irrelevant guy in ancient dramas who always only says things like, “this lowly servant is not capable of such feat!”

“Forget it,” I sighed and kindly spared the poor old man, “since you can’t do it, let’s just proceed as before.”

Professor Flint once again showed gratitude towards my benevolence, shouting, “thank you, Princess, thank you, Princess,” as he kowtowed.

“Wait a minute,” I called out to Professor Flint as he stood up unsteadily with the pointer and preparing to continue the class.

The professor suddenly stopped and then stiffly turned his body towards me while forcing out a daisy-like smile, “Do you have another command for me, Princess?”

“I say… isn’t time for today’s class over now?”



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Chapter 36 – The Start of my Journey (Part 2)

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 1698 characters
Translator: Nexus English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1225 words
Translation Checker: Silva Editor(s): Lil Red Imp, Deximus_Maximus

As a real ⓑⓔⓔⓟ— in my past life, I wouldn’t do something as uncool as getting a girlfriend. Instead, I’d get on one knee to propose to her and make her a part of my harem.

Although the number of members in my harem is currently zero, as long as I…

Huh? That’s strange, I kind of remember now isn’t really the right time to think about that kind of thing, then what am I supposed to be thinking about?

…………

I still want a ⓑⓔⓔⓟⓘⓝⓖ harem though. Is there something wrong with my head? Am I schizophrenic? Do I have multiple personality disorder? Or is this a remnant from the original owner of this body, the original Lilith?

Strange, those two retarded goddesses did say that this body’s original soul was mine, I was born in the wrong fetus and had been reincarnated. That’s right, two souls sharing one body is too…

Too normal.

This really is a fantasy world, the kind of place where even a one-meter tall loli can beat up a ten-meter tall idiot. This whole two soul thing is as normal as seeing a stone on the roadside, alright! Moreover, this isn’t the first time the two retarded goddesses have scammed me, so it is still acceptable that they might have shoved me into a body with a soul. What to do, will she try and drive me out? Will she try to kill me if I don’t want to leave?

My eyes couldn’t help but linger on the dead body of the deep-sea giant…

Absolutely! She would definitely do that, and I am sure she’ll even smile while doing so!!!

What to do, what to do, what to do… It seems that I just have to take the initiative to leave.

But how do I leave? Um… Let me think about it. A way for the soul to leave the body can be done by… a car accident? Jumping off a building? Getting electrocuted? Getting hit on the head by a brick?

Ah, but none of those are things that can be done here…

It’s time to show off my unrivaled IQ… the first three are definitely impossible to accomplish, but the last one… what am I even supposed to do, oh wait! I can use my head to bash against things, haha, I am a genius!

Unfortunately, there aren’t any bricks around, then again the ground looked pretty hard. That’ll work!

So I plummeted to the ground and wholeheartedly started slamming my head into the ground…

Bang! Bang! Bang!

Three minutes later, I looked down with a dumb expression at the thirty-centimeter deep hole in front of me, that was created by my vigorous head-bashing idea…

What’s up with this head? Wasn’t a piece of flying icicle enough to hurt me earlier? This is obviously harder than ice. How is it that N levels of ground aren’t equal to a single piece of ice?

I touched my forehead with my hand and found that there were only a few abrasions, and not even a drop of blood flowed for my efforts…

Oi oi..!! What’s going on? Did I gain so much experience from the fighting with the deep-sea giant that I jumped to level 100 in an instant?

Didn’t mother say that this was only the lowest level of sea giant? Could it be that the sea giant I’ve been fighting is actually a level 99 mini BOSS? And he was caught by my level 9999 mother to act as my training partner?
H- how scary…

“My dear daughter, what happened to you? Are you feeling unwell somewhere?” My mother suddenly hugged me and questioned me worriedly as she placed a hand on my forehead.

“Mother, I think there is another person in my body.” It can’t be helped, at this point the best idea is to get help from my well-informed mother.

The other Lilith seems to be her real daughter, even their personalities are quite similar…

If there really is another person in my body, if that’s true… then she will likely choose to abandon me.

Since I was originally an intruder and have lived for over twenty years, it might be better for me to be gone since it would be pitiful for the real Lilith to be stuck in this body without ever having a chance to be free.

When that time comes, I’ll leave of my own will. I just need to know the method to separate myself from this body.

“Pfff.” Mother suddenly covered her mouth as she laughed at my words, then she held me in her arms, “Ahhh~, my lovely daughter is so adorable when she tries to think about complicated things.”

“Ahh… Mother, what are you doing?” I started to struggle against her grasp because if I don’t struggle, the breasts, ahh… will rub against my face again… good… this feels good…

Beasts! Didn’t I tell myself not to have dirty thoughts about my mother’s devilish body anymore? Just what am I doing now? It’ll be fine to rub against her breasts if I don’t have dirty thoughts right… hehe…

Mother forced me to look into her eyes. Her blue eyes were as bright as a jewel and had a magical effect that was able to calm people in an instant.

“Oh, my silly daughter, you always let your thoughts run wild ever since your birth, yet you’ve never hit the mark. Ahh… Just like in this case, about there being another person in your body, if that was true, then how would you be able to remember everything clearly? Even if you could remember, it would be from a third-party perspective. Just think back on it, was that actually how u remembered?”

Thinking back on it, she’s right. Although the memories I have are incredibly hazy, they all take place from “my” perspective instead of an outsider.

At the time, it was more like my thoughts and actions were being influenced by an external source, but they were still my own.

I suddenly felt relieved.

Although I was still a little bit worried, it wouldn’t be any use to dwell on it any further. Moreover, I was happy that I wouldn’t have to leave, I’m quite happy here.

Mother suddenly leaned over and rubbed her face on my cheek, “even if there were two souls in you, wouldn’t that just mean I have two daughters, oh… that’s such a nice thought…”

“Ah… don’t do that… it’s uncomfortable.”

“Ahhh… don’t hide from me, dear daughter, it’s not like you’ll lose anything from being rubbed against~”

Still, I feel very relieved.

“Oh right,” mother suddenly said, “The human professor seems to have woken up. Is my dear daughter ready to learn the dragon language now, or do you want to go out and play for another three to five years?”

Three… three to five years, are dragons really that casual about their education? No wonder it took them two hundred years to learn how to barbeque, perhaps they were merely fooling around for one hundred and ninety-nine years.
I just shook my head, “I’ll go now.”

After all… I want to be like you as soon as possible, isn’t that what it means to be the dragon princess?



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Dragon Princess Chapter 34

Heya, Silva here. I know I’ve given the publishing rights of this series to Dex, but seeing that it still hasn’t been scheduled with 3 hours left until the deadline, I’ve gotten anxious and decided to publish this chapter on my own.

As a side note, Nexus will be translating Dragon Princess starting from Chapter 36. If he can meet my standard, I will pass this project to him and start working on my 3rd project, but otherwise, I will continue to translate this series myself.

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