Tears of Themis
Starting to realize that Mihoyo really loves tragic love stories, which is what this event was about too. There was some unique gameplay involving exploring an abandoned mansion, but none of the text was repeatable there and they summarize the whole story at the end so only the main story is translated. It’s still understandable IMO, but just keep in mind that there was some actual legwork involved LOL.
The rest of the event is just some cute, fluffy run-ins with the guys and enjoying a holiday with them on this island. Happy belated Valentines and Lunar New Year!
Belated wishing everyone a happy Lunar New Year and Lantern Festival. Here’s a mini-event that celebrated this in Themis and it includes more NXX comedy.
Because it bothered me that I never made a post for this one, here is a delayed announcement about the mini-event “The Case of the Missing Roomba”. Features some NXX shenanigans.
There was a month long event and, because nothing was said about whether or not the stories would be preserved, I was in a translation marathon hell for the entirety of October LOL. My friend and I managed to finish before the end of the month though, so don’t mind me as I plug the translated event story. This was an enjoyable case and we get to see the men interact more with each other (they also do this in Chapter 5, but we’re not there yet).
Hello, another update about how the entirety of Chapter 3 has been translated. Check it out if you’re interested in this Chinese mobile otome game! The cases honestly just get more and more interesting after Chapter 2 and this is another one of my favorites. Zuo Ran grabs the spotlight here.
Hello everyone, just updating that the site I’m collaborating on has completed translations for Chapter 2. Check it out if you’re interested in a Chinese mobile otome game! Like I mentioned in the last post for this game, Chapter 2 introduces Lu Jinghe, the CEO heir, and my psychiatrist bias, Mo Yi. Chapter 2 is my favorite case out of all of them so far, because it deals with some heavy themes.
Hello everyone, just updating that the site I’m collaborating on has completed translations for Chapter 1. Check it out if you’re interested in a Chinese mobile game! The cases only get more interesting after this and, in Chapter 2, we’re going to get introduced to my favorite characters, hehe, Mo Yi the psychiatrist and Lu Jinghe the CEO.