I’ve decided to close the poll. Based on the results, Seiken Tsukai no World Break won.So as promised, I’ll take it. But, as I said, I’ll begin its translation after the end of Madan (the end of the series, I mean). And I also heard that there’s a translator who is doing this currently. So, I planned to notify him when I’ll begin translating this so that we share volumes to translate.
In the meantime, he’ll be doing it while I’ll focus on Madan and Saijaku.
Well, that’s all. And please, don’t vote again or propose another series, I’ve laready chosen and have no intention to change.
Sorry to bring this up again, but I decided to re-take Almaine as many people avdvise me not to let it to Yamette. I don’t have any problems with him, but his translations are apparently catastrophic; which is the reason why they advise to re-take it.
Well, I’ll begin with it when Madan will be over though.
But, no worries, since I already wrote a post saying I want to translate another after Madan, I’ll do it. Almaine only has 4 vol. released and 3 available for the time being. So I’ve room to choose a third novel.
And so, I’ve read all your novel suggestions and to tell you the truth, I had a hard time choosing which one to translate. And so, I selected some novels which I’m interested in translating and made a poll so you readers would vote which novels you want translated.
BTW, if, among the LN I selected, there are some that are already being translated, please notify me.
I wanted to translate this novel just after Madan and Saijaku, but Yamette asked me if he could take it to translate in this period and I accepted, thus deciding to drop it. I thought it’d better to leave it to a translator who wants to translate it now rather than waiting for who knows how may months to translate it myself.
Here’s is the link to his blog for those, who will want to read it after translation:
So, for the time being, I’m translating Madan and Saijaku alternately.
Since apparently, the end of the series Madan is close (I heard the last volume will be volume 17), I want to choose another light novel to translate along with Saijaku. Well, even if I choose a new series now, it doesn’t mean I’ll translate it now though. I’ll surely begin on it after Madan ends.
As Almaine has been taken by another translator, I want to try another novel.
If some of you have any interesting novels to propose, I may consider it.
That’s all I want to convey. I’m eagerly waiting for your suggestions. I might choose to translate what you suggest.
I didn’t think that by giving my e-mail for those who don’t have PDFs, I’d receive such a large amount of mails. Thus , I decided it’d be better to just link the PDFs I have here so that those, who want them simply download them here.
Also remember that those PDFs weren’t made by me, I also happen to download when some fan readers made (don’t remember their names though).
I’ll erase this post after a certain time, so those, who don’t have PDFs, please downlaod them as soon as possible.
Apparently, Gakusen Toshi Asterisk officially came out in English, so I need to remove the volumes I translated here.
If there’s a translator who wants to continue translating this from volume 10, could he please notify me (+ fan readers)? As I think everyone wants to know clear whether or not there’s an translator who takes this.
But, if there’s not, maybe (and I just say maybe) I might be willing to continue this project in the future; don’t know exactly when, but at least after I finished translating Madan and Saijaku. Which means, even if I were to continue, it’ll be far ahead in the future. So it’d better if there’s a translator undertaking it.
Well, that’s all I ‘ve to say on that subject.
BTW, as mentioned below, the editing of Saijaku is over, so I’ll surely post it sunday or Monday.