Hardcore Legacies

I didn’t really feel like re-writing or just copy-pasting the post I just made on FB, so I decided to do this instead roflmao. Continue reading

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HCL Chapter 102: Minari Against the World

*Author’s Note*

So you might be wondering why I didn’t keep writing HCOP Book 2 or whatever. I mean, I’ve posted 102 chapters of this story now, I don’t need to write HCOP Book 2 at the beginning lmfao. It’s HCL, still a direct sequel to the epilogue of HCOP, but basically a different series in the sense that they aren’t even in Arcana anymore lol. Or at the very least, they aren’t ‘on’ the planet Arcana :P.

Anyway, I’ve been trying to write the ending of Hardcore Legacies lately. But you know how it is… Endings are hard lol. I’ve gotten a lot of experience since I last worked on Hardcore Legacies though. So I think I’ll be able to do it soon.

In the meantime, there’s still 5 more chapters left before I get caught up to where I basically stopped writing around this time last year… Sigh, doesn’t it feel like time goes by way too fast? I mean, I wrote 3 volumes of TDoE, TDoDK(Which was equivalent in length to the 3 volumes of TDoE), then started working on CC for a bit, but got sidetracked by TDD… I’m currently writing the end of volume 3 of TDD, while editing the first ‘official’ volume of HCOP in order to make it HCOP into actual books.

Okay, I’ll stop ranting now. Enjoy your chapter lol. Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 7: Roaches

“You’re all just fucking cockroaches! Worthless slaves! How dare you pathetic minions rebel against I, your great-grandmother, Immortal Yi!” I heard a deafening roar, as the little bastard literally burrowed into my brain. Then I blacked out and had a really disturbing dream. Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 6: Zhang Lang

Mei was sick. On the first day, we figured it was just a really bad hangover. She would throw up every few hours and had a massive migraine. This happened after her little lesson ended by the way. Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 5: History Lessons

“One-hundred and twenty-seven… No wait, a few years back, they added a new island. Hmmm, Levi, stop playing with my butt and pay attention! Your education is important! Ahem~, this is a map of The Southern Islands! See there in the middle, that’s Hua Jiang Palace. Almost right on top of that, is the biggest and most densely populated landmass… Hua Qiang Island. The northern end is where the Capital is, the place we originally boarded the Titanic Fury. Look, on the westernmost edge is the second largest island. It’s covered with dozens of giant active volcanoes. That’s where the Li Sect is based, but they also control thirty of the surrounding islands. To the absolute south is Pao Pao Island. The temperature there is chilly in the summer and terrifyingly cold in the winter. Actually, although I’ve never been down there before, I’ve heard that all fifty southernmost islands transform into a massive frozen continent during the harsher winters.” Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 4: King Hua Ri Ku

As I reached the top of the ramp, I noticed that the main deck was totally empty. In fact, pretty much every single crew member was on shore leave. Then I heard Captain Li’s deep resonant laughter from the poop deck. Yes, that’s what it’s really called. Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 3: Paranoia

It was the middle of the day, but there were still plenty of other drunkards wandering about and making noise. A block away, there were two Adepts dueling to the death. On our way back to the ship, we passed by at least three or four hardcore brawls. Honestly, under the circumstances, Mei’s little outburst shouldn’t have even drawn any attention. Continue reading

TDoE V3 Chapter 1: Lunar Law

Fun fact: You can fit a sawed-off shotgun in a magical money-pouch. I didn’t even need to tuck it into my belt or strap it to my back, because it was well under a meter in length. Since the Contribution Tokens barely took up any space in the first place, I didn’t have any trouble shoving the shotgun inside the tiny bag. Continue reading