Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 84.

To my dear readers,

I have never released two chapters together. This is the first time. Translating is hard work so please support me if you can. The story is almost over. I’m going to try my best to finish the story before the year ends.

Chapter 84

“I said I was making an assumption. You don’t have to be so worked up about it.” Song Lin Feng stated.

Lin Shan was so mad that she wanted to bite him, but Lian Feng stopped her.

“Song brother.” He said, “Regardless of whether it’s true or false, I was never part of the Palace to begin with. Now that the Eldest Prince is no longer a threat, my mission is complete. My only wish right now is to be with the one I love. I don’t want to meddle in the Palace’s affairs any longer. Pretend what happened today was a dream. We never came here and we will never return. Please help us take good care of your parents. Farewell.”

Then, he grabbed Lin Shan and left.

Lin Shan knew Lian Feng’s mood was awful. Thus, she didn’t say anything else as he pulled her out. But by the time they exited the residence, Lin Shan couldn’t help but comforted: “Don’t listen to my brother. He might look like a decent man, but he has a terrible conscience. He saw us together so he purposely wanted to make you angry….hey, stop walking so fast! I can’t catch up. Hey!”

She was careless and almost tripped. Fortunately, Lian Feng’s arms were quick and managed to stop her fall.

“Are you alright?” His expression looked a bit softer.

Lin Shan nodded and whispered: “Are you mad at my brother?”

Seeing how careful she was being to avoid making him mad, Lian Feng realized he was losing his cool and forcefully smiled: “Don’t over think. It has nothing to do with your brother.”

Lin Shan was stunned. She quickly blurted: “Do you actually think what he said is true?” A moment later, she kind of regretted it and added in, “I think he’s just making it up. Even if the Emperor was cruel, he wouldn’t do that to his son. Blood is thicker than water….”

“Blood is thicker than water?” Lian Feng bitterly responded, “See what he has done to the Princess and you can tell he is cruel.”

Lin Shan didn’t know how to respond. She opened her mouth but nothing came out. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 84.”

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Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 83.

To my dear readers,

I have asked Amery nicely to postpone his maintenance on his site for a few more weeks. Therefore, you guys can read the first 12 chapters now (if you’re a new reader)! Thank you Amery for being so kind!!! By the way, this chapter isn’t that great (too serious).. so I translated the following one as well. It will be released shortly.

Chapter 83 

That’s right. The Emperor is the key element to everything. Song Lin Feng icily laughed: “Do you really think the Emperor is honestly so foolish? He is extremely clever….”

Song Lin Feng started from the beginning. As Lin Shan listened, the story started to unfold.

Although the Imperial court appeared to be calm on the outside, there was actually a lot of internal conflict. Basically, there were three groups in power. The leading group was definitely Team Du Ye. This team mainly consisted of old officials and counsellors. They had a lot of power to rally supporters and often used their accomplishments for the late Emperor to get their way. Even the current Emperor didn’t dare to mess with them.

The next group was Team Du Hao. Most of the people in this group were the younger officials and counsellors. They had their own beliefs and were adaptive and innovative. However, they lacked strength. Without the Emperor backing them up, they would not be able to exist.

Under these circumstances, the third group was definitely crucial. It turned out the third group was Team General Yang Sui.

Yang Sui was born in the Capital. For many generations, his ancestors were Generals. By the time he had gotten the position, Yang Sui was at the highest position that had ever been. He had the biggest military power and he had cultivated countless of military leaders. Currently, all of them had very important positions in the Imperial court.

If we include Yang Sui’s military power with his leaders, it would represent more than half of all the military power within the Imperial court. Plainly speaking, the Emperor wouldn’t dare to touch the man. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 83.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 82.

To my dear readers,

Sorry for being slow. I will try to pick up the pace this week.

Chapter 82

After leaving the couple, Lin Shan and Lian Feng went on the path towards the Capital.

It had already been more than a month since their departure. Within a month, those who used to back up Du Ye were all removed from their positions; regardless of how low or high their rankings were. The names of all the removed officials were posted next to Du Ming Yue’s notice. A lot of villagers were shoving around to take a glimpse of it.

Lin Shan was curious and also took a look. But instantly, her expression stiffened.

“What’s wrong?” Lian Feng came over and asked.

Lin Shan’s voice shook as she pointed to the notice: “My….my father….”

That’s right. Song Xian’s name was actually on the list. Lian Feng did not expect this either. He steadied Lin Shan and consoled: “Don’t panic. Let’s go find out the situation.”

On that very day, the two of them disguised themselves and went around looking for clues. They found out that although Song Xian was on the list, the Imperial court ruled that he was too old and had accomplished a lot for the country and decided to spare his life. They only took away his title and his residence. Song Xian was ordered to retire and no longer participate in any political matters.

When Lin Shan found out her father’s life was spared, she felt relieved. Although her father lost his government position, at least he was alive. At least he wasn’t locked up in a cell. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 82.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 81.

To my dear readers,

I’m sorry for the slow releases. I’m currently not feeling well and it has been extremely difficult for me to concentrate and translate. I will try to translate whenever I am feeling better. Fortunately, some of these chapters are very short.

Chapter 81

“You guys are….” He Lao San held onto his piece of pheasant as he deeply analyzed the two of them. Suddenly, he came to a realization, “Oh! You guys must have escaped from the Palace, right?”

“What. What?!?! You two escaped from the Palace?” Du Ming Yue’s eyes lit up. She looked extremely interested as she turned towards Lin Shan, “What happened? Do tell! Let us all cheer up!”

Lin Shan: “…..”

Considering how they were already at this point, Lin Shan didn’t see the need to conceal any longer. Therefore, she told them everything; from start to finish. Lin Shan told Du Ming Yue why she was disguised as a man to begin with, and also the relationship between Lian Feng and Du Hao. Lastly, she mentioned how Ji Bai Yu disguised as Du Jing and how he kidnapped her.

After she was finished, Du Ming Yue’s mouth couldn’t close from shock. Originally, she thought her eloping with a mountain thief was already outrageous enough. She did not expect Lin Shan’s experience to be a thousand times more twisted than hers. It took her almost the entire afternoon to line up all her thoughts. Suddenly, she felt a bit depressed.

As a Princess, she had always been spoiled by everyone. Suddenly, she realized everyone whom she dealt with turned out to be fake. Her husband was fake. The Imperial bodyguard was fake. Even her Third brother was fake! What’s actually real?! She turned around. He Lao San was smiling foolishly at her while holding his pheasant. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 81.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 80.

To my dear readers,

I can’t believe we’re at chapter 80! I should be finished translating this by the end of the month. I hope you have enjoyed the story so far!

Chapter 80

Lin Shan was a bit shocked. This was the first time Lian Feng had asked about her past. Normally, she was the one who would talk nonstop while he listened.

Lin Shan thought about it: “My hometown..hmm, I can tell you but you will probably find it unbelievable…..” She started telling Lian Feng all the things that had happened during her era. While she was explaining, she used her hands to show a lot of comparisons. She was afraid he wouldn’t understand.

“Do you think I’m making it up? Since I’ve been here for so long, it even sounds a bit farfetched to me.” Lin Shan mumbled. She thought Lian Feng wouldn’t take her seriously.

Instead, Lian Feng looked at her very attentively: “If it’s from you, I believe.”

It was only six words, but Lin Shan suddenly felt a surge of warmth. Is this what it feels like to be trusted? Even though it sounded so ridiculous in this world, he still chose to believe me… thinking of this, her nose started to tingle. She gazed at him and they made eye contact. Lian Feng’s lips started to inch closer.

Just as their lips were about to touch, Lin Shan suddenly bounced up: “Ai ya! My pheasant!”

They were too into their conversation and she had nearly forgotten about her pheasant. Fortunately, it was just a teeny bit overcooked. It wasn’t burnt on the inside. The moment she unwrapped it, the heavenly aroma surrounded them. Anyone around them would have drooled.

Lin Shan was very proud on the inside. Ever since she had met Lian Feng, she had always lost face in front of him. Surprisingly, this time she actually succeeded. Once he had tried her cooking, he would definitely be impressed and praise her nonstop.

Lin Shan closed her eyes as she envisioned Lian Feng’s expression after he eats the pheasant. Suddenly, she was interrupted by a loud voice.

“Holy shit! What’s that smell? It smells soooooo good. I’m dying from hunger!”

Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 80.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 79.

To my dear readers,

I only need to accumulate $10 and I will be able to get paid on WordAds! Please support me by turning off your adblock and clicking some ads! I’m at $90.15!! (Keep in mind, I’ve only been paid once since I started translating on Oct 2015. This will be the second time).

P.S. I hope you like this chapter! It’s quite funny. Haha.

Chapter 79

After Du Ye disappeared, Du Hao used a lot of manpower as he tried to track down his whereabouts. At the same time, he got rid of all the old counsellors who were against him. Basically, he had reverted the tragedy and swept away all the obstacles towards his future title of the Emperor.

At the same time, after the Emperor had taken the antidote, he had gotten a lot better. However, due to being poisoned for far too long, his body was no longer in the same condition as it once was. Although he was still the Emperor, he had passed down a lot more of the responsibilities to the Crown Prince. Most predicted that within half a year, the Crown Prince will officially become the Emperor.

Whenever there was going to be a political power change in the Palace, there was bound to be disturbance. Despite the fact that Du Ye was no longer a threat, Du Hao still constantly had to be on alert. He must be totally prepared in case something else was to happen. The entire Imperial Court was entering a very edgy state.

While the Imperial Court was getting ready for a switch in power, Lin Shan and Lian Feng were finally together after experiencing so much. Somehow, Du Hao managed to convince the Emperor to not to chase the whereabouts of the Prince Consort and his Imperial bodyguard. However, the Emperor deeply missed his daughter.

On his sickbed, the Emperor sent out an Imperial edict. He will heavily reward anyone who could find his beloved daughter.

The notice announcement was distributed all over the Capital. Everyone knew that the Princess was missing. It was a hot topic amongst the citizens. The notice announcement was even placed on the outskirts of the Capital.

Looking at the terrible portrait of the Princess while craving for the reward, Lin Shan, who was living in seclusion, was starting to become restless again.

“Hey, why don’t we go find the Princess? We can exchange for a couple more cows!”

If Du Ming Yue knew her husband was comparing her to cows, she would probably smack her head against a tofu and die (I don’t get it…isn’t tofu soft?)

Lian Feng clasped his hands around Lin Shan’s face and turned her face away from the notice: “Stop dreaming.” Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 79.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 78.

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!)

Chapter 78

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.”