01/01/2016

Happy New Year~
Or how we weeaboos tend to say: Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu.

I’m going to spare you the sentimal flashbacks of 2015.
To be honest, I was hoping for a lil’ bit more comments over Christmas, but oh well.
I guess you finally are fed up with my slow pace :(

Anyway, as promised, I have the next chapter of Risou for you. Though it’s not all that long. Tehepero~

Lastly, please forget what I said about Sword & Wizards. I was on a roll for a short while, which led me to believe that I might finish the chapter quickly, but by now, I have already shifted my attention back to Risou again. Main project and all, you know. I’ll finish that c01, though, but when… who knows. I would like to finish as much of Risou as I can before I retire.

Enjoy~

25 thoughts on “01/01/2016

  1. Evil Pancakes says:

    Thanks for the release, and the great releases this past year. Really, thank you.
    It’s been about a year since I first visited your site to read Risou. In this past year I’ve had to deal with a pretty heavy depression, and (re)reading chapters of Risou has helped lift me from some of my darker moments this year. For that as well I sincerely thank you.
    Hope you have a good year.

  2. Phantasimo says:

    Well, I hope you have a happy new year. Personally I am happy about getting translations of interesting novels at all, whether it be slow or fast.
    Thank you for all the translating you have done! :)

  3. Santachi says:

    Thank you very much for the chapter and have a happy new year! And disregard any ramblings about your pace, I really appreciate all the work you have done :)

  4. Somedude says:

    Happy new year and best wishes for 2016! Thanks for the chapter, funnily enought this post reads like it was written by a shoujo protagonist. Tehepero~

  5. thornton says:

    Happy new year! Now I’m sorry I didn’t wish you a merry Christmas just because I didn’t want to seem generic.
    Couple questions: How many chapters are in volume 4 of Risou?
    And how did you find out about Risou and other series in the first place? I’d never know about them without translators like you.

  6. Freq.Relaxer says:

    While not a great many people write and say it, there ARE a great many people who enjoy reading this novel, and are only able to do so because of the great amount of time and effort you put into this. THANK YOU, PROzess, for all of it.

  7. Tybork says:

    Thank you very much for your scanlations Prozess! I don’t like Risou and i don’t read it but i like your work and the other projects. Keep rolling and sorry for my bad english i am a self-taught with this language.

  8. stux says:

    Thank you for all your hard work Prozess! I really enjoy reading Risou no Himo and I always look forward to your updates regardless of the pace! :)
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  9. BakaGrappler says:

    Oh, General Puyol, you manipulative fucker! Taking advantage of an earnest kid like that! Xander, you should have just said, “I will escort the salt and my soldiers will reunite with your forces at a designated time and place.”

    Puyol may end up dropping the nation into civil war in the future after all.

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