The Legend of the Dragon King

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The Legend of the Dragon King
Abbreviation LDK - Legend of the Dragon King
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Chinese 龙王传说
Pinyin ----
Transcription Long Wang Chuan Shuo
Author Tang Jia San Shao (唐家三少)
Chapter Count N/A (Ongoing)
Volume Count N/A (Ongoing)
Writing Status Webnovel: Ongoing
Hard Copy: Ongoing
Original Publication Status Webnovel: Ongoing
Hard Copy: Ongoing
Translation Team Webnovel: Radiant Translations
Translation Status Webnovel: Ongoing
English Publication Status N/A
Chinese Publisher Qidian
English Publisher N/A
Other Versions Manhua

The Legend of the Dragon King | LDK (龙王传说)


Characterization Cultivation World General Info

• Characters
Society
Locations
• Races

Cultivation
• Blacksmith
• Mecha Master

Chronology
Timeline
Terms
Books
Full Glossary
Real Life Inspirations

Introduction to the Novel

Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Martial Arts, Mecha, Romance, School Life, Sci-fi, Shounen, Tragedy, Xuanhuan


The Legend of the Dragon King is Tang Jia San Shao's latest novel and it's writing status is still currently ongoing. The Legend of the Dragon King is the sixteenth novel Tang Jia San Shao has written since his Qidian debut novel, "Child of Light". Having been written after Douluo Dalu: Legend of the Divine Realm, while simultaneously also being set in the same universe, being the fourth one in the Douluo Dalu series, both chronologically in the universe and being the fourth one written in reality. The Legend of the Dragon King, like many other works of Tang Jia San Shao, is heavily based on and inspired from Eastern and Chinese culture. But in addition, the novel also takes some inspiration from the Western world. (Unconfirmed, W.I.P)

Introduction to the Story

The Age of Gods has long since ended, their voices no longer heard on the Douluo Continent. Humanity, standing on the shoulders of legends from its history, advanced soul technology to inconceivable heights. The humans of the Douluo Continent invented weapons of mass destruction, mechanized armor, and living metals. With these advancements, they went on to conquer the oceans and discovered two new continents. To fuel these new technologies, humanity hunted the soul beasts to the very brink of extinction.

Once the dominant force of the Douluo Continent, the few surviving soul beasts now hide in the darkest recesses of their last sanctuary. The weakest have all been hunted, leaving only the strongest to scheme in the heart of the forest. The soul beasts, not willing to fade away, plot an uprising for their survival. In the midst of this, a god from a long forgotten era awakens in the depths of the Great Star Dou Forest to seek vengeance for the soul beasts.

As darkness encroaches from the abyss, hope is found in a young boy who holds a power beyond divinity within himself—Tang Wulin! Hope for both humanity and the soul beasts, as the bridge between the two. He finds his way into the fabled halls of Shrek Academy, where he learns to wield his prodigious powers, makes friends and finds allies, eventually rising to become a towering leader.

As he learns to harness his strength, danger lurks within the shadows as the various factions of humanity maneuver and plot to usurp Shrek Academy. Tang Wulin discovers the threat to the only world he knows as he sinks deeper into the intrigue. Meanwhile, camouflaged by the chaos and unbeknownst to the humans, the soul beasts’ plot continues to steadily advance.

To defend what he loves and reclaim what was lost, Tang Wulin must seek out the legacies of legends past and unlock the full might of the Golden Dragon King!

Introduction to the Translation

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Translation Team

  • Translators: Ruze
  • TLC: Ruze
  • Editors: Everin, Moonclipse, Toepods

History of the Translation

Characters

Protagonist

Main Characters

Recurring Characters

Story Elements

Cultivation

Occupations

Empires

Races

Other Media

Manhua