I’ve been getting complaints from new readers of I Work As A Healer In Another World’s Labyrinth City that the TL quality / intrusive ads on the earlier chapters make it difficult to get into the series, so I decided to redo the first few chapters to help with that. Enjoy!
Ughh…my final test are here!! Sigh…Well, here’s the new chapter ! Enjoy it as usual ><
Flowingcloud: Yeah, here’s the MLW chapter that I grinded out instead of working on my final’s essays. I was too stressed to keep working, so I just did this chapter instead. My finals end Wednesday so schedule will be going back to normal on Friday (well technically today). I’ll hope to catch up to the massive queue I accumulated due to IRL (college). Enjoy your chapter! Also, expect to see a Jewels chapter next week or the week after. Join our Discord and make sure to turn off ad-block please!
MLW Queue: 14 Chapters
P.S. I decided to change how I apply Patreon bonus chapters. Bonus chapters will be applied after the month ends so people don’t pledge then leave at the end of the month.
Hi everyone. ShimizuA here.
I have an announcement for you all. But before that, here’s the chapter.
- I will take a long hiatus (maybe a year) from translating to fix and finish my studies (already delayed a year). Affected novels are Akugyaku no Maria (well, we still have DC to work on that) and Duke’s Daughter. If someone wants to translate DD while I was gone, please contact us.
- I will drop SHS. Anyone who wants to pick it up feels free to do so. If you don’t have the RAWS, I could give you. You can contact me through the contact page or our discord.
That’s all. Thanks for your support all of this time.
Yo! Here’s the chapter 8. Hehe, things irl got me and yeah shit happens. Well, next week is probably going to be hectic….again but the release will be as usual….probably > <.
A worldwide survey was conducted by the UN.
The only question asked was: “Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?”
The survey was a huge failure.
In Africa, they didn’t know what “food” meant.
In Eastern Europe, they didn’t know what “honest” meant.
In Western Europe, they didn’t know what “shortage” meant.
In China, they didn’t know what “opinion” meant.
In the Middle East, they didn’t know what “solution” meant.
In South America, they didn’t know what “please” meant.
And in the USA, they didn’t know what “the rest of the world” meant.