Hachi-nan

Heyas folks,

to avoid confusion and multiple claims I am posting this as a blog message.

The translator who was working on Hachi-nan put the series on hold for an undefined time. See here in the comments.

Since this is a project I wanted to do before anyway, I am going to pick up the series which will complete my weekly line up.

In case some of you are worried that I am overloading myself:

  • Kuro no Shoukan Samurai: time required per chapter: 3-5 hours (half day)
  • Nidoume no Jinsei wo Sekai de: time required per chapter: 7-9 hours (1 day)
  • Yomigaeri no Maou: time required per chapter: 14-18 hours (2 days)

Thus leaving me with quite a bit of leeway not including increase of speed as proficiency goes up with time.

As for exact release day and changes in entire schedule I will keep you up to date as soon as I got a feeling how the translation of Hachi-nan goes.

I will start from Chapter 31 after I finished Yomigaeri no Maou Chapter 24 (40% currently).

Over and out,

Shasu

12 Comments

  1. I heard Hachi-nan is a story of the wonders of miso though…

    • Same as the wonders of rice and soy sauce in Musukou Tensei, huh? ^^

      • the petty and amazin etiquette rules of pre arregend marriage for otherword reincarnated op mc in a fantasy dungeons and dragons world japonese version.

        • Btw i think mushoku tenséi become my daily fix for a whole two months in my spare time in office. Now in the read of baccano and wamp! First light novels and web novels.

  2. Good luck! Don’t overwork yourself!

  3. hmmm….. how many chapters is hachi-nan in the raws?

  4. Thank you mate nice choice.

  5. OmG, tyvm Shasugami 🙂

  6. Thanks, Gotta love finding random new blogs that pick up the other stuff that the other random blogs dropped.

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