Schedule of the Week

  1. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 41
  2. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 42
  3. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 43
  4. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 44
  5. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 45
  6. Dragon’s Bloodline — Chapter 46
  7. Lazy Dungeon Master — Chapter 29

Extra Info

The Epic Tale of the Forsaken Hero

For those of you who haven’t seen my previous schedule posts, I’ll say this again: I am waiting for two things to happen before I continue translating this series.

  1. The Epic Tale of the Forsaken Hero Chapter IV: Dungeon-The Old Castle of Illusions to be completely released.
  2. Guild’s Cheat Receptionist Vol. 1 to be completely translated.

So until both of those things are met, please wait. If another translator feels I am taking too long and wants to pick up the series, message my email that can be found on my About tab. Don’t worry if no one else picks it up. I haven’t dropped the series, it’s just on… probation? Translating fifteen chapters for ‘nothing’ was a pretty big hit to my motivation and I want to finish GCR first now.

Lazy Dungeon Master

Rokuko’s goblin fetish and Keima’s foot fetish might be on the back burner this week, but I’ll still be throwing in a chapter for good measure!

Dragon’s Bloodline

I know that quite a few translation groups are saving up chapters for the holidays, but well… I like to post things as I get them done. Going to be pumping these out as fast as I can this week.

To be honest, I hope this helps to rekindle interest in the series. It’s died down recently on the Reddit discussion posts and here in the comments, so here’s to getting more people who know about Ria being Ria!

The Guild’s Cheat Receptionist

Hurts to say it, but in order to release this many chapters, Ilya is going to have to sit this week out. I’m sure she’ll understand…

Extra! (C++)

  • GURUUUUUUUUUUUU…
    1. True, I was speaking simply. Probably shouldn’t have, though, considering the context and manner of my problem.
    2. I’ve seen a few people mention helper functions. I should probably figure out how to create/implement them soon.
    3. Looked up exit(0); on cplusplus and from what I gather, it doesn’t have any relevant uses for the skill level I’m currently at in programming (aka: beginner).
    4. After thinking about it for a while, I realized where I was getting lost with “needing to deallocate space for the OS”. We were using gcc on my campus’ linux server, which was set up in a way that didn’t do that without it in the code. It’s also outdated, so there’s that.
    5. K!
    6. I agree with implementation of headers being incorrect. ‘input.h’ was something one of the groupmembers threw together last minute after taking it out of the cpp. The other headers were like that due to our instructor telling us to do so. I assume it was to keep things simple.
    7. Inconsistent spacing was due to myself and the other group members preferring different styles, so when they went through to debug they kept changing things (unknown to me). Not enough time to constantly re-format everything so I just left it as-is.
      1. Proper debugging is something I definitely need to learn.
      2. Commenting out debug lines is what instructor told us to do.
      3. Those few lines were able to solve all of the logic errors we had
        1. Random note: getDay() being Day and not Day& was the most annoying bug to track down.
      4. We were restricted to ONLY using PuTTY for the linux server.
    8. No worries about brutality. That’s how you improve~
    9. Thanks for the tips, hope you had a good night.
  • n
    1. From what I gathered on the page describing the function, it doesn’t so much delete the pointers but rather leaves it for the OS to take care of after successfully closing the program, no?
  • Anyonymous
    1. Use a name next time so I can remember you! ^^
    2. Thanks for bringing that to my attention.
  • Darsk
    1. Wasn’t able to follow up your final question (I fell asleep with the phone in my hands…) but thanks for showing me that link.
      1. Anonymous pointed out the reason shortly after in that comment chain.
  • Yunichii
    1. Still love you.
  • Fronttide
    1. I’m not aiming to be a web dev. Computer Science major, concentration on AI. Very likely going to just be database management for a long time after graduation though from what I’ve been told from ‘people’.
    2. I’m waiting for the next Guild’s Cheat Receptionist, too! Damned slow translator. :3
  • Jarjarthinks
    1. {?} -> Good Code
    2. Rofl.

Extra, Extra!

So my next semester is basically this semester over again, but harder.

  • Physics (Light, Heat, Modern Physics)
  • Data Structures (C++)
  • <Another generic English class>

Might have to stop translating. Hmm. Well, we’ll see when the time comes. Hopefully that doesn’t happen. (>’.’)>

13 thoughts on “Schedule of the Week

  1. Its going to an awesome week :3

    Also i really like it when people releases whole volumes. It reduces the cliff and such. Whole chapters works as well. As long as you dont splitt the chapters into parts. Readable, but still annoying.

    Anyway, thx for the good work as always!

  2. BOOO!!! There needs to be more Lazy Dungeon Master.

    And with that out of the way….

    A helper function is essentially just a subfunction. So you would do something like
    private void deleteElementsInArray(int** arr[]);
    and have your loop in that function. Not really much different from what your doing now. Just need to know when you can delegate task to a subfunction.

    The thing with proper bugging tool like GDB is that you can get the values of a variable during runtime. It’s a lot more efficient and cleaner then having dozens of cout in your code trying to figure where things went wrong.

    FYI PUTTY is a window application that emulates the linux console and mac terminal. So a linux server wouldn’t have that. If your using PUTTY your probably using SSH.

      1. You should really learn linux. Your most likely going to use it heavily in ‘Operating System and any networking class. If your doing most of your programming on visual studio, it has a built in debugger you can use. It’s relative straight forward to get start with it.

  3. Out of curiosity what exactly are you majoring in? Computer science?
    As a physics major I’m wondering if you are taking physics for a specific track in mind. (I really like the subject and as modern isn’t as standard a course I’m secretly hoping…)
    I also apologize for not being able to help you with C++ Personally I have used Python for all my needs ,as its free, hehaha curse you lack of money! Research takes up so much time so jobs are a no go… haha brokeness one day you will be defeated!
    Well I’ve used Mathematica for research(on the school computers as the department has a license)

    1. Most of the popular programming languages are actually completely free: C, C++, C#, Java, Javascript, Go, PHP, Python, Ruby of Rails, Swift, etc. A lot of the language is just a way for developer and company to use a specific product in their technology stack later on. For instance, the Java language itself is free and doesn’t require any royalty or fees to use, but the company that maintain Java, Oracle, do offer products that can be integrated into a Java tech stack. C# is pretty much the same. There are also non-profit organization that help maintain some of these language. One of these organization is the ACCU the maintain both C and C++.

  4. “Translating fifteen chapters for ‘nothing’ was a pretty big hit to my motivation and I want to finish GCR first now.”

    I occasionally visit main page to see updates for series, so I probably missed it. What happened to 15 chapters?

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