Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 29

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Stuffing His Face to Maturity Zhang Chunfeng, demeanour demure, slowly brewed tea in his tearoom. Tea ceremony was classified as an art, for it fulfilled the requirements of tranquillity and silence, yin and yang, fast and slow. Each facet was worth studying. He was more elite than those who … Read more

Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 28

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Poor Su Xiao Secretary Leng was known for keeping his dialogues simple and concise. He didn’t hate talking; he was just the type who didn’t beat around the bush. When he spoke, he gave conclusions he needed his subordinates to act on, not discuss. Su Xiao heard Secretary Leng … Read more

Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 27

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Conscience Training “Okay, please answer my following questions,” said Su Xiao, taking out a small notebook and holding a brush in his mouth. Strictly speaking, Su Xiao meddled partly because he felt bad for Sister Niu, meaning it wasn’t all business for him. He struggled to write down “Twenty-seventh, … Read more

Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 26

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Plum Blossoms In the Wind “Younger Martial Sis,” said Senior Martial Sister Meng, full of vigour as she pointed at her new junior sister. To ensure her aura surpassed her big junior sister, she went up on her toes and, in her high-pitched loli voice, said, “We’re freezing! What … Read more

Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 25

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Just Follow Me The imperial court forbade civilians from possessing arrows. So accordingly, the twenty equestrians wrapped their arrows in black cloth– presumably. Maybe they didn’t think they’d need arrows to kill two people. After their leader was killed, they took out their arrows and short bows. They could … Read more

Martial King’s Retired Life – Vol. 6 Ch. 24

Barking Up the Wrong Tree – Facing the Ambush Head On As soon as the variety store owner heard there was going to be a fight, he speedily shut his doors with the timber boards. The others in the tranquil area followed suite, thereby emptying out the street. The cavalry leader brayed, “You would dare … Read more