35 thoughts on “Laws of the Other World: Chapter 4”

  1. Because it sounds to me like there’s a trap somewhere, I still do not like that guy ( ー̀ωー́ )
    Thank you very much, I love the novel and your work! 💕💕💕

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  2. Omg omg it’s so good. I have a feeling as soon as they treated him they had zero intentions to release him. I can’t waaaiiit.

    Thanks so much for the chapter ♥️♥️

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  3. Thank you for the update, the story sounds interesting and unusual! ~

    Going to that parallel world sounds like taking up the Aliens mission to me, too dangerous!
    Looking forward to what’s going to happen next ~

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  4. Nggggh this is so gooooodd TOT

    Hmm iono, but considering the settings we got, I’m not gonna trust this dude 100% and would keep a jar of salt nearby. I’m fine with his attitude even if he’s suspicious and cocky, but for trust, you need to work for it.

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  5. Nggggh this is so gooooodd TOT

    Hmm iono, but considering the settings we got, I’m not gonna trust this dude 100% and would keep a jar of salt nearby. I’m fine with his attitude even if he’s suspicious and cocky, but for trust, you need to work for it.

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  6. Thank you, sincerely thank you, for your smooth and flowing translation. So many stories are ruined by lazy translation efforts, this story is off to such a great start and your obvious skill is making it that much better.

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  7. Thank you, sincerely thank you, for your smooth and flowing translation. So many stories are ruined by lazy translation efforts, this story is off to such a great start and your obvious skill is making it that much better.

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  8. What Western mythology? I had to look up Peryton because I’d never heard of it—turns out it was made up by a guy just 60 years ago. How does that count as mythology? (╯‵□′)╯︵┻━┻
    (My dissatisfaction isn’t with you, dear translator, but rather with the silly author.)

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    • Ah, I didn’t see you provided a link, because I went straight from the reference and jumped down to here. I’m still confused as to how it counts as mythology, though…

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  9. What Western mythology? I had to look up Peryton because I’d never heard of it—turns out it was made up by a guy just 60 years ago. How does that count as mythology? (╯‵□′)╯︵┻━┻
    (My dissatisfaction isn’t with you, dear translator, but rather with the silly author.)

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    • Ah, I didn’t see you provided a link, because I went straight from the reference and jumped down to here. I’m still confused as to how it counts as mythology, though…

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  10. This is incredible. I seriously didn’t expect that.

    Zhou Yu shouldn’t accept, but I guess he will. Just to give some kind of purpose to his team’s deaths.

    Thanks for the chapter!

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  11. This is incredible. I seriously didn’t expect that.

    Zhou Yu shouldn’t accept, but I guess he will. Just to give some kind of purpose to his team’s deaths.

    Thanks for the chapter!

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  12. You can totally tell that guy is a evil bastard whether he’s telling the truth or not. I think MC should have just snapped his neck and be done with it.

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  13. You can totally tell that guy is a evil bastard whether he’s telling the truth or not. I think MC should have just snapped his neck and be done with it.

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