The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 18



Editor: Areth Kyntaul

 

After sorting all the food out and categorising it, we then transported it to the supply warehouse.

Despite the people having already prepared themselves … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 17



Editor: Areth Kyntaul

 

“All right, this should be good enough.”

I sorted out the small strips of cloth with fifty and one-hundred written on them until I … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 16



Editor: Areth Kyntaul

 

Breakfast was actually really simple. I didn’t choose the yoghurt we used to always eat. Instead, I made some congee and accompanied it with … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Sneak Peek



This is a sneak peek at the future of the story, which the author shared as a thank you for the support and celebration of the series joining … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 15



Once upon a time, there was a knight who had just joined the army.

She was still young at the time and passionate. She saw her seniors charge … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 14



Since Leah is a kid, she was soon exhausted. I know I should find her a room, but this house has been vacated for a long time. It … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 13



“Let go!!!”

Leah forced her way in between us, and then pushed Veirya away with all her might. She then threw herself into my arms again and hugged … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 12



Current time at humanity’s army camp.

“An envoy from the elves? Hasn’t your warrior left already? That Lucia really is a boring elf.”

Queen Sisi lay on her … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 11



Some things certainly are easy to resolve with violence such as dealing with the demon king. The small team of warriors doesn’t have to think about anything nor … Read more

The Transmigration Survival Guide – Vol. 01 Ch. 10



Editor: Areth Kyntaul

 

This must be the most awkward trip ever.

It was the first time I felt what ‘can’t sit still’ meant.

We were in the … Read more