To my dear readers,
This is actually the last chapter of many online versions of the raws. However, I have another 10 chapters for you! Don’t worry. The story is good. Just be patient because I can’t translate so fast due to pain and laziness.
This chapter took me FOREVER. I hate it when it goes in story mode because it makes translating so much harder…
P.S. I am still confused as to how Lian Feng survived after being stabbed..
P.P.S. Please excuse me if I have ridiculous typos. I always try rereading the chapters a few times but I usually still miss them. Apparently, last time I wrote, “Lian Feng killed Lin Shan on the lips” instead of kiss. WOW. LOL (Thanks for correcting me, Comrade!)
While they were on their way to find Wu Ying, Lian Feng explained the entire story to Lin Shan.
Since the Emperor was critically ill, Lian Feng was ordered to go to Black Dragon Mountain to find the antidote. Deep down, both he and Du Hao knew Du Ye’s intentions were not innocent. Du Ye was the Eldest Prince, but he had always been placed around the borders. It was definitely not a coincidence that he had arrived back during this critical period when the Emperor was so sick. Most likely, Du Ye had something to do with the Emperor’s sudden illness.
At the time, Du Ye had returned to the Capital with a hundred thousand soldiers. Du Ye’s soldiers were stationed right outside of the Capital. This wouldn’t have been so worrisome if it weren’t for the fact that Du Hao only had approximately ten thousand of his men guarding the Capital. If the Emperor were to die, Du Ye would certainly invade the Palace and attempt to become the next Emperor. Under the circumstances, Du Hao would have surely lost.
During this crucial period, if Lian Feng were to find the antidote, it would definitely turn the story around. But obviously, Du Ye wouldn’t let Lian Feng ruin his evil plan that he had carefully crafted from years ago. Thus, before Lian Feng left the Palace, he had already arranged a person under him into Lian Feng’s team.
The goal was to ensure that Lian Feng would not make it back alive. That was why there was a traitor during their journey.
But that was only what it appeared to be from the outside. Du Ye had underestimated Du Hao. The truth was, Du Hao had been preparing for Du Ye all along. He had secretly been training an elite forces of twenty thousand soldiers in the suburbs of the Capital. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 78.”