Inside the Cave of Obscenity (R-18)

Inside the Cave of Obscenity

R-18

WARNING: Depictions of Rape

 

Summary:
A world where the [Demon King] was defeated by a [Hero] that came from another world. People carelessly forgot about their fear of the [Demon King] and of monsters, living peacefully.

In a forgotten and run-down cave in the mountains, a new monster that should not have been born was given birth.

The monster’s name was the [Black Ooze]. It was nothing exceptional other than its black color, an ordinary slime.

However, this slime had the special characteristic of being able to take the abilities of the living things it swallowed. It preyed on an insect that had paralytic poison, as well as other animals. Following that, it attacked a human, obtaining his knowledge and [Desire].

Before long, the monster established its target as the female mage that came to explore the cave.

This world still wasn’t aware.

[A Monster Was Born]…

 

Volume One

Illustrations

Chapter One – The Day It Was Born

Chapter Two – Adventurers

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(Novel Updates Link)


 

Heya everyone! So, as you all may or may not know, my new college semester starts up today. My classes are: Assembly Language Programming and Microcomputing, Intro to System Analysis and Design, Group Discussion, and Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking. Pretty heavy semester, mainly because of assembly. Was getting slightly worried about having enough time to translate, so I was feeling anxious.

Honestly it was very likely because of some lingering waves from my post a few days ago…

Well, long story short I was browsing BookLive.jp, which I do sometimes just to see what kinds of stories are out there, and found an ero novel by the same author as [Kamigoroshi no Eiyuu to Nanatsu no Seiyaku], also known as [The God Slaying Hero and the Seven Covenants]. It looked a bit rape-y, obviously, with smut… but, well, I was interested and the writing quality seemed pretty good. When I brought it up in the translator discord group, Alyschu and Yabaibunni both seemed to really want me to translate it.

And somehow or another I guess I did? In a single day, too… man, that was some crazy overtime. All in all it was about 17k words for the first book, with the (untranslated for now) second and third ones being triple that size. I’m not sure when I’ll get around to translating them, but they will be side projects I do slowly whenever I want a change of pace.

Man, I can’t believe I just spent a day on translating an entire novel lol.

Oh, also, I’m going to be dual hosting all of my translations on MoonBunnyCafe, so if you guys prefer that site’s layout, feel free to use that instead. About to start copying everything over there right now so there’s not much there just yet.

Random thought: I have everything from floofy, to torture, to rape, to yuri on my site. Huh.

Enjoy!

31 thoughts on “Inside the Cave of Obscenity (R-18)

  1. “Right click —-> Save image as”

    Welll jokes aside, this seems interesting 😀 I just hope it wont go all rape maidens 24/7…..

  2. Doesn’t seem like something I’ll be interested in but thanks for the work.

    Good luck with assembly, it was really annoying when I took it.

      1. You know … back in my days, dungeon is something so lightheart that you can go every midnight with my highschool mates. You got level and tons of money by beating odd looking masks and somekind of creatures. But now … there’re undead dragons, op silvermask hero who drag a bunch of loli with him, hundreds of mercs, politics and now this … Slime raper thing and also frickin op goblin.

        my life will never be the same any more.

    1. A very, very strong half and half.

      From standard ecchi fantasy to honeybadger levels of idgaf rape by slime.

  3. You… translated an entire novel… in one day? Ziru, you never fail to amaze.

    Thanks for the new novel! I”ll enjoy reading this.

    1. Also, good luck with assembly! Hopefully you won’t have to spend a lot of time memorizing registries and stuff – never took a proper assembly course myself, but I struggled a lot with basic cybersecurity since that kind of stuff was really important.

  4. Assembly isn’t so bad.
    If you have absolutely no experience with it I would recommend you play TIS-100 to get the hang of opcodes and (sort of) get some exposure to registers.

    1. Another good game to try would be ‘Human Resource Machine’. Although it’s closer to microcontroller assembly than the server assembly you’ll probably be dealing with, the transition is smoother and simpler.

          1. Just watched a bit of HRM,
            it’s got stepping and scrolling backwards and slightly more reasonable registers.
            But it has far less puzzle content, no parallelization, less of a focus on optimization, less of a (maybe no?) sandbox, and the tutorial seems to drag on across half the game. (I also dislike the UI)

            I’d definitely play it if I bought it; but it feels like it should be $3 less than TIS-100, not $3 more.

            1. Well, the cost more reflects the production values than the depth of content. But of the two, HRM is certainly easier to learn from.

              I could never recommend TIS to my 12-year-old cousin from a blue-collar family.

        1. Really? For me, the CS assembly was IBM system/360 while the EE course used an HCS12. (Yes, I took both. I also got to emulate an 8-bit MC on an FPGA board. Nedless to say, it was my favorite subject.)

  5. A Rape-y novel from the author Kamigoroshi[…], a decently written, edgelord-free, mature adult-starring, novel? Heh, I found that quite hilarious. Well, if I am not conviced by the cover and title to try this I am certainly now. 😛

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