Kam killed a man (working title)

As an avid lover of the isekai genre, Kam had fantasised a lot about being transported to another world herself. But never, in even her wildest fantasies, had she imagined that the first thing she would do after arriving would be to kill a man. Continue reading “Kam killed a man (working title)”

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The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 2

I’ve handed the project over to WhiteMoon x BlackSun, because I’m slow and unmotivated without any semblance of a schedule, and they aim for one chapter a week. So just in case you haven’t seen it, you can find chapter two over here.

The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.3

Several second-hand hunting people1 grinning ear to ear toted around cheaply bought furniture and appliances that he’d had from youth and left the area. This old residential property basically was arranged2, the front gate was always open to the outside, even if until night there was no one looking after it. As a result, during the apocalypse zombies roamed and hunted, entering and exiting extremely conveniently and freely.

On the second day of putting it up on the market, someone dropped in to Continue reading “The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.3”

The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.2

“I’m dead, I’m not dead, I’m dead, I’m not dead……” On the old-fashioned wooden bed, Luo Xun looked up at the ceiling with two blank eyes, mumbling to himself.

Only after twenty loops did the nonsense finally stop. Suddenly, Luo Xun got up, and in a few steps was in front of his wardrobe.

The wardrobe, an antique piece of furniture left by his parents, was outfitted with a full-length mirror. It was this that gave Luo Xun the most direct, clear-cut Continue reading “The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.2”

The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.1

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☆ Chapter 1 | Rebirth

“Motherfucker! Lao zi1 shouldn’t have been so soft-hearted to buy the little brat!” Luo xun cursed furiously under his breath, as he weaved left and right in the midst of narrow alleyways, closely following the slippery fish-like figure.

One ran, one chased, various businesses on the roadside pointed at the  Continue reading “The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse 1.1”