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Chapter 8: First confrontation — A mistaken marriage match: Record of washed grievances by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之洗冤录, 浅绿)

Chapter 8: First confrontation

Lou Xi Yan’s eyes followed the crowd’s line of sight to a slim figure crouching on the ground with his head down. After a long time, the person slowly stood up. A big hat covered most of his face obscuring his appearance and a large coarse clothing was draped around his body. He seemed even more petite. He looked just like a harmless youngster, but Lou Xi Yan had reservations about that. Continue reading

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Chapter 8: Old court case of gold, Part 2 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Chapter 8: Old court case of gold, Part 2 of 4

(Translation credits: Silhoutte)

Gu Yun scowled and thought to herself, what? It’s not over yet? Without any hesitation in her footsteps, she headed towards the bed and laid down on it. Not a moment too soon as the bedroom door crashed open with a bang!
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Chapter 8: Old court case of gold, Part 1 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Hello dear readers! We’re done with the first arc of the story, with Gu Yun winning the night raid battle (and the bet) against Su Yu. We’re moving on to the next one, which is, I would say, the “bandit” arc. Chapters 8 to 16 will cover the adventures of Gu Yun as she aids the Su family army deal with bandits in the northern territories of the Qiong Yue empire.

I’m happy to announce we have a guest translator in clover’s nook in the person of Silhoutte. She’s so kind and helpful to translate for us Chapter 8. Please let’s not forget to thank her in our comments. Enjoy reading! Continue reading


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Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 5 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 5 of 5

Su Ren’s face grew more deflated, but Han Shu was laughing out loud, “Commander Su, it seems that Madam’s tactic is not only a simple diversion, but should also be called a two-pronged approach! Hahaha… It’s obvious your dual deployment stratagem had just been cracked.” Continue reading


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Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 4 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Guys, I love reading this part of Chapter 7. Remember in the beginning of Chapter 1 Gu Yun recalled of her being part of the anti-riot squad in the police force? Well, in the battle she applied her knowledge and experience of riot/crowd control to outsmart Su Ren! I’m not so sure if my translation of all the actions going on in this part is clear enough for the scene to vividly come alive in your minds. You may read this which explains the tactics or theory of riot/crowd control. Hopefully the article will help the imagination to picture Gu Yun’s other strategy in the battle. Enjoy reading everyone!
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Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 3 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 3 of 5

Vigilantly they rushed their way towards the front of the room, just when the three almost arrived, they heard a commotion and sounds of fighting from the rear court, it looks like  someone has been discovered! They need to hurry! The trio crossed over the side of the courtyard, and finally darted to the front of the room; at this moment, a team of guards happened to be patrolling there, in front of the room nowhere is a spot to hide, a head-on  bitter encounter with the guards is unavoidable.
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Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 2 — A mistaken marriage match: A generation of military counselor by Qian Lu (错嫁良缘之一代军师, 浅绿)

Chapter 7: Night raid attack and defense, Part 2 of 5

Youshi (5-7 pm).

A tent five miles from the western suburbs.

Inside the tent, a map is spread out on a small stone table. Although it looked hastily drawn and may not be finely done, but it was very detailed such that one could clearly recognize the main structures.
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