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Chapter 4-80: The Reappearance of The Black Sun

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2556 characters
Translator: Myuu English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1430 words
Editor(s): Yanga, Deximus_Maximus

“In other words, the black sun has appeared again?”

Lilith looked up at the blue sky and sure enough, there was an extremely eye-catching black sun.

It was proof that the day of darkness — the titan’s most feared days which would occur once every thousand years — wasn’t over yet.

At present, all titans were gathered in the village as they nervously waited for the outcome of the meeting that Lilith and the others were in.

“Actually, I am more concerned about what happened earlier,” Lesiah said.

Since she was directly involved now, Lilith didn’t lock her up in the bedchamber again. Besides, Lilith could tell that she was a very intelligent individual from her endless escaping methods.

Perhaps she had even taken notice of the things that escaped Lilith’s observation.

Keeping in mind that there was strength in numbers, Lilith had the princess participating in the second general meeting with the titans.

“What happened just now was that the outsiders were teleported to other places right? And that grassland was the place where we were when we first came in. There’s no mistake in that.”

“I don’t think it’s that simple,” Lesiah shook her head.

“Although the terrain of that grassland we were at looked exactly like the place where you first came in, nothing else was the same.”

There was no crimson red sky or the burning flames on the horizon.

Lesiah looked at everyone before she continued, “The biggest evidence we have is that place is night and here is day.”

“Could it be that they are using some trick so that we can’t estimate the passage of time and in actuality, a day has already passed?”

“Actually, I did think of that,” Lesiah said before she turned to the person sitting next to her.

“Matriarch, how long did Hti… Lilith and I disappeared?”

“For less than an hour, my queen.”

Lesiah’s fine eyebrows twitched slightly. “ Can you not call me that? I am not related to that demon in any way.”

Titan 12138 nodded sympathetically, “I understand how it feels to be a shy bride. But don’t you worry, my queen, we won’t tease you.”

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While assuring Lesiah, the old titan seemed to recall something and suddenly took something out.

“Oh that’s right… How forgetful of me, I nearly forgot about this.”

Titan 12138 held the corners of the thing and shook it.

A huge red thing unfolded in front of everyone.

“I don’t have anything to offer to the newlyweds, save for this ancestral red bodice that has been passed down through the generations. I hope you’ll like it, my queen.”


Looking at the ancestral red bodice, the expression on Lesiah’s face gradually turned horrified.

The picture of mandarin ducks playing in the water embroidered on it burned her eyes.


“We’re both women! What’s going on in your head to make you think that I’m your queen and give something like this to me?!”

“We know, we know…”

“Then why are you…”

“A love that is not for the purpose of procreation; the purest form of love that is beyond our reach… You don’t have to emphasize it, my queen. We know about it.”


Lesiah suddenly felt that it was impossible to communicate with these dwarves. The more she tried to explain, the worse it got.

Lilith silently put a hand on Lesiah’s shoulder like she knew it all too well. “Give up. I tried it before and nothing worked. Just listen and get used to it. You may even find it amusing at times.”

While saying that, she stuffed the red bodice into Lesiah’s arms.

“Just accept her goodwill. I think you might even look good in that.”

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“Go to hell!!”

Lesiah’s fist flew at Lilith’s jaw with force that intended to shatter it.



An agonizing wail followed the sound of bone fracturing.

Tears welled up in Lesiah’s eyes as she rolled on the floor, clutching her right hand in pain.

“I told you to give up.”

Lilith put her hands up in the air and shook her head. “That’s what you get for not listening.”



This was the fourth time Lilith came to that grassland since entering this world.

She looked at the unchanging scenery and frowned. “Nope. No traces of battle, magical power, or battle qi.”

Lesiah came along too and was stroking her chin thoughtfully. “Then we can be certain that this isn’t the same place where we fought with those weirdos earlier, right?”


Lilith’s golden gaze fell to the ground. “But I wonder if there’s any possibility of those traces being erased by some unknown force. It shouldn’t be difficult, considering it could teleport us as it pleases.”

“That’s definitely one of the possibilities.”

The princess knelt down and grabbed a handful of the ordinary soil. “So those black devils you all mentioned came out from here?”

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“Yes. I saw it with my own eyes.”

Lesiah nodded thoughtfully, “It’s your black flame that easily incinerated that army of black devils, right?”

Lilith raised an eyebrow in surprise. “How did you guess that?”

“It’s not difficult to guess that. Although most of the information that the academy provided to the other nations about you is your invincible black crystal wall, they also briefly mentioned about the devouring effect of the black flame.

Speaking of that, Lesiah’s cheeks suddenly burned at a certain nasty memory. “Besides, I’ve experienced the terrifying effect of that black flame when we fought, so there shouldn’t be any other possibility aside from it.”

“As expected of the princess of a nation. You really have a good head on those shoulders. It was indeed my black flame that killed all those black devils. A massive amount of energy was devoured at that time and it had to be vented urgently. That was when you guys appeared. If it wasn’t because of the situation at hand, I wouldn’t have even bothered wasting my time with you all.”

Lesiah’s cheek twitched slightly at the revelation that she was the one who got herself into this situation.

“Then why didn’t you use that black flame when you were fighting those weirdos? You should’ve been able to easily stop them with it.”

“I wanted to, but there was a limit to it. I used up too much when I was dealing with the black devils. I wouldn’t mind using it all at first, but then I realized that this world is quite dangerous so it’s better for me to save some for emergencies.”

The explanation had Lesiah nodding in agreement. “You’re right, it’s really important to keep a lifeline.”

Lilith gazed at the black sun above their heads. “Titan 12138 mentioned that during the last day of darkness, there was also an overwhelming number of black devils. But they only showed up once and everything ended when all of them were killed. Why is it different this time?”

“How would I know? The biggest possibility could be there’s a difference in the conditions compared to last time.”


Lilith gazed into the distance as she pondered.

This time and last time… There were titans… There was an outsider known as the king… There was the day of darkness… There were black devils… Everything is the same, but why hasn’t the day of darkness ended yet?

Lilith turned to Lesiah. According to her, various nations had dispatched hundreds of rank nine warriors and mages to hunt her down this time. Could this be the reason?

Just when Lilith was deep in her thoughts, the ground started shaking.

“What’s going on?!”
“How would I know?”

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Lilith stabilized her footing, but saw a huge and dark life-form bursting out of the grassland. It suddenly flapped its huge wings, generating a gust of wind so strong that the grass was pretty much flattened on the ground.

Even Lesiah had to get down on the ground to barely stop herself from being blown away.

Lilith stared at the life-form blankly. No, it shouldn’t be called a life-form at this point. It was actually a huge skeletal dragon that was at least a hundred meters long.

The skeletal dragon made a round in the air, then turned to Lilith and Lesiah. Scarlet flames burned in the hollow eye sockets of its huge skull, as it locked onto its targets.


This time, Lilith was the first to yell loudly before she dragged Lesiah away.

Her instincts warned her that this skeletal dragon was extremely dangerous!


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