FYC 67: Pig’s Head

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Chaos was already in the large hall.

The hand cannons could not be fired continuously, requiring refills after every shot of gunpowder, which took time. The monster was nimble, making it difficult to aim at, and any bit of inattention got somebody injured.

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10 thoughts on “FYC 67: Pig’s Head

  1. Looks like Qian San’r ‘the lost duckling’ just imprinted on our Tang Fan! And looks like Tang Fan is not opposed to that, either.

    ..More importantly though, that blush!

    And as always, thank you for the wonderful chapters Chichi!

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  2. Sui Zhou, you shouldn’t mock your baby boy’s swallowing face as soon as you woke up🤣🤣.

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  3. from since Qian San’r followed Tang Fan in the tombs like a little duckling I’ve grown attached! I love that sweet boi so🥺🥺

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    • Obviously didn’t like her much so far but good for Lady Chen, at least she makes good use of her free time 😂

      Thank you for also referencing to the original poetry that gets used/quoted in the novel. Always admired how well read these authors are for incorporating period fitting poems like that…now I know that at least that is not necessarily true (regarding the period matching)

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  4. I’m very relieved that they got out! I love Tang Fan’s internal monologue at the end of this chapter. It seems like he’s starting to feel a certain way about a certain person. Thank you for translating!

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