Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Polls are now removed, I've come to the conclusion that I will keep the onomatopoeia and introduce an explanation of the sound seamlessly when necessary.  This way we get the best of both worlds.

You can now support the project via Paypal or Patreon.  You can see their respective icons at the bottom or by clicking the Donate tab on top.

Still messing around with the mouse overs as a potential replacement for T/Ns and ED.  If there are any suggestions, let me know. 

Volume 2 - Chapter 5 - Country

[T/N: The chapter title is 国, which is country, but can also mean kingdom as in 王国]

*kin kin kin*

"Hey! That's mine!"
"First come, first serve!"
"Need more booze here!"
Sorry, updated the re:translations project page prematurely (I didn't want to update it later... didn't realize some of you people caught it so quick xP).  Apologies for those that came into the channel and ask (while I was asleep/away).  It should be up in an hour or so, after Ishman get through with it (after one more match).

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Volume 2 - Chapter 4 - Advancement


The rhythmic sound of metal slamming on metal rings in the air as dog-eared blacksmiths pound away at the ingots with their hammers into their anvils.


On another anvil, a thin, old, sinewy-looking, gray caninoid is holding a faintly glowing misshapen orb with a tong while he pounds away at it with a large hammer that looks oversized for him. Bell, Echo, Rick, Till and a bunch of caninoids that look to be apprentices stare at the man as he works. After reheating and hammering it a few times, the man puts his tools down into a bucket of water that went *CHHHAAAA* before turning to the group.

New Polls

New poll's up at the bottom of the page (scroll down, wwwaaaayyyyy down), please fill it in as I will use that as reference going forward (I might change the older ones for the Kindle edition).  I will be posting a new chapter later today or tomorrow, these two chapters are slightly shorter then I tried to do them both last week, but the naming slowed me down.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Volume 2 - Chapter 3 - Expansion

It had been almost a month since the group invited the dog-eared ones to the Academy. The area around the recently cleared grounds were quickly developed into farmlands with the help of the supply regiment. Temporary tents were used for a short duration as the crews cleared more land and used the resulting timber and raw materials to construct longhouses for lodging and various facilities like a granary, storage warehouse, carpentry shop, shooting range, barracks, a communal bathhouse and even a cafeteria. Kun interjected himself early on, providing advice on spacing between the buildings as he’s doing something similar in the real world. Needless to say, the Academy was a beehive of activity, with students learning all they can from the newly arrived group while helping out.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014


Hope everyone had a good thanksgiving (for those of you that celebrated it).  Map and coding are moving really slowly, but it's getting there.  I might try to get 2 chapters out this week, no promises though.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Volume 2 - Chapter 2 - EC?

“The Grand Record” from Han-Koryo, “The Journey” of the Uzbek Emirate, “Pathfinders” in Chipewyan Confederation’s Oral Tradition, “Amazonian Accords” by the Peruvian Freestate, “The Dragon Kings’ Chronicles” from the Kingdom of Bhutan, and many others compiled during the Age of Chaos, after the fall of civilization, all stated that there’d been an abundance of timber. It was said that well before the fall, nations across the planet went on a massive reforestation effort. These forests were later cut down to use as fuel and raw material to stave off the inevitable collapse of their lifestyles due to the Auroras. This caused a major chain reaction, causing farmland to erode, desertification advanced unimpeded, flood and drought became more common, the formation of deadly storms started, the loss of animal habitats -especially those of pollinators and zoochory species- and other natural disasters led to deaths at an unprecedented scale measured in the billions. This led to extreme protective measures for resource management enacted by various governments as geopolitical powers stabilized during the Age of Recovery, measures that are still active to this day as wood remains the sole primary fuel necessary to produce any and all metal products on the planet.

Saturday, October 11, 2014


Right, just learned something from the japtem chat earlier.  Added a subscribe by email box at the bottom of the page.  If there's any features any of you want/think it's useful.  Let me know in the comment section.  I'm going to test out the automatic post scheduler as well, should be posted at 9:00am ET, if it doesn't work, I'll post it somewhere in the afternoon after I get back.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Volume 2 - Chapter 1 - A Helping Hand

*yun* *yun* *yun*

"-ly shit."

Niji and the surviving raid members appear as mosaic grains gradually taking their original forms, finishing their incomplete words.

*fuu fuu fuu fuu*

Rings of light particles rise repeatedly from the ground, surrounding the entire group. The series of light rings fade into nothing as they rise over the users' heads, giving each of them a variety of buffs. A [Scribe] along with a few [Soothsayer]s are busy receiving tips from surrounding players, sellings scrolls while providing healing over time spells as well as other services. Supply [Merchant]s are busy hawking their wares from their wagons right next to the [Scribe] and [Soothsayer]s and buying loot from the players, giving off the feeling of a relief caravan to help cope with a disaster. Two dozens tough-looking [Knight]s and [Paladin]s leading various groups of non-users surround the wagons from a distance, acting as security.

Monday, October 6, 2014


Editing of Vol 2 Chapter 1 should be done by tomorrow if our editor Ishman can get around to it, we've been abusing him for undisclosed nazi power (hint, it's starts with a G and ends with a R).  So expect it tomorrow night or the day after, sorry for the delay, been busy with quite a lot of things.