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Last Game Novel English Translation (Ch 1 Part 1-Invasion)

As requested I began translating the Last Game novel! Things to keep in mind are this follows the movie storyline (not the manga, it is indeed a bit different), and there are INDEED SPOILERS. So only proceed if you want to be spoiled.
 I’m planning to split each chapter into two parts (8 chapters=16 parts total)

Prologue Translation

The five unparalleled geniuses, the “Generation of Miracles.”
And the one the five of them acknowledged, the “Phantom Sixth Man.”
And then he appeared before them, as if it was fate that they were all gathered in the same generation.
Kagami Taiga.
The one that was the same as the Generation of Miracles, but didn’t become one of the Generation of Miracles. He held the same gift as the geniuses and the last one to awaken-“The Miracle that didn’t become a Miracle.”
He met his fated Shadow, and became a true light.
The Light fought his rivals and increased his brightness, and finally led his team to win the Winter Cup and become the number one team in Japan.

And now,

The Light and Shadow arrive at a new stage.

Click the ‘read more’ to continue to the first half of Chapter 1!

* I revised some of the sentences a bit to give a better visual to match the scenes in the movie. 

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seventeen’s most anticipated c-festival program (bold / italic indicates what they chose)

jun - love and thanks vs eat the seoul
hoshi - handmade gift show vs pop art
the8 - k-music concert vs baeksang arts awards
dino - media façade vs fireworks
jeonghan - moomin cafe vs coco cafe 
joshua - flower art vs calligraphy
woozi - dream adventure vs dream road  
dk- seoul art festa vs art toy culture
seungkwan - flower path walk vs outdoor stage 
s.coups - c-parade vs finale concert
wonwoo - edm vs hip hop 
mingyu- exhibition vs street art center
vernon - art hideout vs food festival 

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Young kid dressed as a Hindu God and tourists offered her tea and snacks to make her happy but she seemed much more demanding and a tough little God to impress.  Seen on the streets of Pushkar.

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