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About Yoraikun

A college student who really should be doing something more productive with his time. Also, he can read a bit of Japanese.

Alchemuls: The Absolute Evil for My Hero Volume 1 Chapter 4 + Epilogue

  Chapter 4: No Villain, No Hero   — You really pushed it there, you know that kid? — Mia… Mia was… why couldn’t I stop her… — When I first met you, I remember you were just as reckless. … Continue reading

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Alchemuls: The Absolute Evil for My Hero Volume 1 Chapter 3

  Chapter 3: Lurking Behind the Mask, Crime and Punishment From a young age, Takeru and Mia’s playground had been the Rabbit Shrine. Its proper name was the Hanesagi Shrine. It considered rabbits the envoys of god, and to the … Continue reading

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Alchemuls: The Absolute Evil for My Hero Volume 1 Chapters 0-2

Waga Hero no Tame no Alchemuls By Ooizumi Takashi Illustrated by Oguchi (But I’m not posting illustrations)   Prologue What might I do to blow away the moon? The thought struck ‘him’ as he gazed up at the night sky, … Continue reading

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I Translated Something

Say what you will, but you’ll have a very hard time refuting the fact that I translated something.   Flowers for the Forest Beasts By Kimito Kogi     I don’t really consider this a light novel, it’s just a … Continue reading

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I Really Don’t Notice Volume 5 is Done

I really don’t have anything interesting to say. One volume done, one left to go. Oh, right, and if you’re reading this series for the first time, or you missed it, make sure you read chapter 9 of volume 2. … Continue reading

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Volume 4 of I Really Don’t Notice is Done

  A digression you may or may not find interesting, I recently- as in this morning- attended a lecture by Jay Rubin which hit real close to home. It was a lecture titled ‘Whatever Works’ on the difficulty of translating … Continue reading

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