Have you checked out the newest webcomic section in Re:Library? I’ve just recently been pulled by Deximus into translating a manhua and so, this will be the first webcomic collaboration project between Re:Library and TL;DR. The Rhapsody of Mulan actually already have 39 chapters scanlated (19 according to the previous scanlator), but I’m re-doing it from chapter 1 for personal reasons, low quality scans available throughout the net, bad translation in some chapters, and the worst offender is that the scans are not following the same chapter sequence as the raw.
Don’t mind me, just trying my hands at translating a manhua. I got pulled into it by one of my Editors. This series actually already have 39 chapters released (19 according to the previous scanlator). I’m re-doing it from chapter 1 for obvious reason, low quality scans available throughout the net, bad translation in some chapters, and the worst offender is that the scans are not following the same chapter sequence as the raw.
I’m just doing this as a side project, so don’t expect much. We probably would take a bit of time before catching up to chapter 40, so if you can’t wait that long, go ahead and read the scans from the other team~
Yeah, seems like poor Zzonkedd has gotten confused with the release date yesterday. I told him that he may submit chapter 13 and 14 now, then he be like, “Omg, I actually overslept until just now (6pm),” and hastily went to submit the chapter, thinking he was one week late.
Just a kind reminder to all the good kids out there, don’t sleep too long, and don’t stay up too late either, you’re gonna mess up your sense of time~
I tried reaching out to xaiomoge to resolve this conflict in chapter releases as peacefully as possible, but he does not seem intent to hand over the translation of this project to us nor is he willing to collaborate.
I do not have the intention to get into a petty fight over translation rights on a novel which we do not officially own, not only was that childish, it’s also very rude to the original author in question. I do not want to ruin this novel for the other readers due to a petty squabble between translators. So if the other translator really intended to bring the fight to us and steal this project from right under our wing, then we will just give it to him and find something else to pick up.
And I have to apologize for publishing chapter 7 before having the chapter edited. I was kind of wishing to take my time editing all the previous chapters and eventually edit chapter 7 before releasing it, but when I see xaiomoge releasing 5 chapters that day, I kind of panicked and released it prematurely. Anyway, all the previous chapters on Re:Library have now been proofread, though not mandatory, I do recommend giving them a read over, the story should now flow much better.
We also changed a few terms, which will all be listed below.
Is there any Pokemon fan here who still follow the animated series? In the latest episode of Pokemon Sun and Moon, Ash has finally won the championship competition of the Alola League. Many fans had been exclaiming how Ash has finally become a league champion after 20 years of adventure, but I digress otherwise.
I don’t see the Alola League as a proper league since basically everyone is free to participate without testing their skills first, like getting 8 badges before allowing to participate in the league. I see this more like the Orange League competition and Battle Frontier, where Ash wins in both of course.
I’m seriously gonna kill myself with bankruptcy if I keep agreeing to sponsor any more Gender Bender webnovel translation. First, it was Female Knight & Dark Elf, then followed by Not Sure, Another World Reincarnation, which will begin publication next month. And finally, The Ancestor of our Sect, which has an unknown status quo for now due to conflict with another translation group. I am allocating 100 bucks to each project per month, so that’s effectively 300 bucks monthly.
If you have the ability to, please support these projects on our Patreon page or add Re:Library to your Adblocker’s whitelist (if any). Every little bit helps ease up the torn in my pockets, thank you for your understanding and support~
If you follow our recent news, and the webnovel “The Ancestor of our Sect Isn’t Acting like an Elder,” then you probably already know that Re:Library had planned to take up that as our 3rd Chinese Gender Bender project. But what WE ALL didn’t know was that, another translator was already working on this project. When I made an announcement on Re:Library about picking up this project, that other translator just released 5 chapters like hot cakes in a panic.
Which in turn, caused me to panic and released chapter 7 ahead of time. I tried getting in touch with the translator and suggest a collaboration, but he refused me, now I’m just scratching my head over what to do. He won’t give us a monopoly over the project, nor did he want to collaborate, what are we supposed to do?
Due to a certain request on this post, I’ve decided to try my luck at reaching out to the translator of The Ancestor of our Sect Isn’t Acting like an Elder. Honestly speaking, I wasn’t expecting anyone to reply as I left a comment on the translator’s site, but to my surprise, I did receive a reply about half a month later.
Since then, we’ve been in discussion about how we should push forward with the continuation of this series. In the end, it has been decided that Re:Library will be sponsoring this project. This is the third Gender Bender series sponsored by Re:Library, along with Female Knight & Dark Elf and Not Sure, Another World Reincarnation.
Those who visited Re:Library frequently should already know about our Project Gender Bender initiatives by now. I’ve been going out of my way to invite other Gender Bender translators to host their projects on this site in hope of one day making Re:Library into a Gender Bender Haven. As the first phase of our project, we are gathering supporters on Patreon and using the money earned to employ translators for hire.
The plan is going well, too well in fact, as we just gained three more new projects before reaching our goals on Patreon. So to be completely honest with you, I am paying for these three new projects from my own allowance. And also a special thanks to our sponsor, MechaCoin, who has donated an astounding 175 bucks to help fund these projects.
If you wish to support The Ancestor of our Sect and ensure the continuation of this novel, please head on to our Patreon page and make your pledge. For now, refrain from pledging to this project until we’re sure which direction this conflict with another translation group is taking us.
Once upon a time, there was many warning on social media telling us not to post our trip details and photos online to prevent housebreaking when you are away from home. However, that has never bothered me once since there will always be someone looking after the house even if I’m away.
Besides, I can’t just stay quiet about it when I go on a vacation and leave my readers hanging right? I’ll schedule the chapters well ahead of time so you don’t have to worry about the chapter release. I will be away for a short vacation during early November until mid-November.
Old News, I’m sure many anime fans are already aware of this, but Shield Hero is getting 2nd and 3rd season anime adaptation! YES!!! All we can hope is that there are 24 episodes per season for a total of 48 episodes. It’d be awful if there are actually only 12 episodes per season. I’d honestly be disappointed if that’s actually the case 😛
Looks like it’s still too soon to jump into the 2nd phase of Project Gender Bender, tried inviting a few translators, but we either received no reply or they still prefer to make their own blog the home base. Re:Library still do not have enough presence and popularity as some of the more popular sites out there so there is no appeal to the other translators out there.
The great Gender Bender Nation I envisioned is only my dream and it doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with the other translators. But that doesn’t mean I’m giving up. I will continue to build the foundation together with the patrons and one day, hopefully, the translators will come flocking to Re:Library on their own accord.