Ramblings (v3ch23 News)


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Here’s the 2nd chapter for the month of November, for your reading pleasure

Volume 3 Chapter 22

Here is Volume 3 Chapter 23’s analysis.

After so long we are back to the normal standard Character count. 5228 Japanese characters which roughly makes up 4986 words.  At 182 segments, I can assume it’s another dialogue heavy chapter.

Minor spoiler though, the next several chapters are slice of life.

Oh and someone mentioned why do I place squiggly line breaks in between my chapters.  Well technically the Tomahawk-Sensei sort of, divides his chapters up with dashes breaking them into parts. And each chapter thus far has been composed of 3 to 4 parts.

I could also translate partial chapters by following the chapter breaks too.  But as a reader, I’m not fond of reading whole chapters broken up into parts. So I made it my goal translate chapters in their entirety, so that interested folks don’t need to suffer.

Anyhow, I’ll be working on this chapter in-between my breaks. So don’t get your hopes up about receiving a third chapter this month, but if I finish it, I’ll make sure to post it.

Thank you for reading my work, and I look forward to translating another chapter for you all!!

Cheers and enjoy!


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3 comments on “Ramblings (v3ch23 News)”

  1. Your selfless act of combining all divided sub-chapters into one whole makes us wonder what we did to deserve you good sir.
    Also, slice of life would be greatly appreciated considering the previous chapters bring out the worst of our war mongering perverted selves. I wonder if we’ll get to see other people’s POVs.

  2. Well if you look at how short some of those parts are, it’s almost equivalent to several paragraphs.

    Thank you for all the hard work you do.

    Even with minor grammar mistakes, your translations flow a lot easier and make a lot of sense.

    Keep it up 😁

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