Lucky Dog 1 translations 02-06



Part 1: Prison

Chapter 2

Giulio

I call Giulio to the exercise grounds.

I’d asked some of my contacts to clear out the place, so we should be able to have a quiet chat there.

…This is my first time talking to him alone.  Crap, I’m getting butterflies.

Giulio di Bondone.  He’s 24, only one year younger than me.

The Bondones are big wheels among the Italian immigrants of Daivan and hold quite a bit of power.

Giulio’s grandfather has his fingers in a lot of businesses and is also a member of the CR:5 Board.  I may or may not have caught a glimpse of him when I was skittering after Grampa Cavalli with his bags.

Even though he was born with a silver spoon, Giulio didn’t go straight.  Apparently he took a nosedive and headed straight for the underworld.

Now, he’s the strongest fighter in the CR:5.  A contract killer for assassinations and raids.  I’d heard it was because of these achievements he’d climbed up to capo about two years ago.

People know him as “Giulio the Knife” … and I’ve also heard him being called “Mad Dog Giulio.”  Please don’t bunch us together just because we’re both dogs.

Giulio: …Signor Gian?

Gian: Whoa!

I was absorbed in my thoughts, so his sudden appearance surprises me.

Giulio: Is something … the matter?

Gian: …Naw, it’s nothing.

Giulio: I am sorry to be late.

He’s so mild.  Yet, this is the guy who’d minced up every single hitman sent by the Grave Diggers.

The Grave Digger is the biggest gang in the state.  People usually call them the GD.

They’re an organization with a lot of power if you look at the state as a whole, but Daivan’s a port city centered around immigrants.  They haven’t got a footing there, and the CR:5’ve always managed to drive the GD out of the city.

From what I hear, the ones who’d born the brunt of the actual fighting for the past five years or so were Giulio and his subordinates.

Out of all of us, his hands are the dirtiest…

Giulio: It is nice to see you, Signor Gian. You wished to speak with me?

…Something about him unsettles me.  Just from the way he talks, it sounds like he knows me.

Gian: Have we … met somewhere before?

Giulio nods slowly.  Several times.

Gian: I remember we passed by each other in the Boss’s mansion, but…

That’s probably not it.

Giulio: Um … on the street…

Street?

Giulio: We passed by each other once on the street.
Gian: …I see.  Sorry, it’s completely gone from my memory.  My bad.
Giulio: No, it is all right.
Gian: You don’t have to be so polite, you know.
Giulio: Does it bother you?
Gian: It’s not that it bothers me…

It’s not that it bothers me, but it feels weird.

Anyways, whether it bothers me or not isn’t the issue here, so I quickly moved on to the main topic.

Gian: For the escape, I want you to just do what I say.  Anything can happen, after all.

Giulio: …Yes.

Gian: …You’re not gonna complain?  I mean, it’s like all big joke.  We’re talking about me suddenly becoming a capo and then a boss if we successfully get out.

Giulio: I have no complaints.  I will follow Signor Gian.

Giulio’s eyes don’t show a hint of a lie.

…Why is he being so obedient?  It feels creepy when you don’t know why.  Mrgh.

Gian: As for the details…  All in all, I’m working through two plans.  I still need to gather info before I can decide which one to go with.
Giulio: I see…

What the hell is up with him?  It’s not that his responses are completely indifferent, but…

It feels like he’s paying more attention to me rather than to what I’m saying…  Is it just me or is he staring at me really intensely?

Gian: So … if you hear anything about the guard schedule or anything else about this place, pass it on to me.  Weapons would be nice, too.
Giulio: …I do not have anything.
Gian: You did just get here after all.  They just did a room inspection on me too, so my entire stock’s gone…

Giulio: When I find an opening, I will search for something.

Giulio offers his services before I even get the chance to ask him.

Gian: Huh?  Oh … counting on you then!

The people can’t keep the grounds cleared for long, so I cut our talk short.

With a light nod, Giulio leaves.

Giulio…  It’s great that he’s cooperating and all, but is it just me or does something feel … off?

Now then … only one left.




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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Irene-chan
    Apr 13, 2012 @ 07:00:04

    Thank you SOOO much for translating Lucky Dog.
    Lucky Dog fans EVERYWHERE would love you so.
    But taking that you actually have this, does that mean you know how to get all the endings? How do you get Giulio’s GOOD ending and all that? It would mean so much to me.

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    • terracannon876
      Apr 13, 2012 @ 12:35:23

      Hello, thanks for the comment =)

      Yes, I’ve gotten all the endings. I don’t think it’d be fair to list out a walkthrough here, though, so if you’d like, I can email you the choices necessary to get the good ending. (By which, I think you mean the Best ending for Giulio, since Giulio only has a Best and two Bad endings.) Did you get the ending with the Boom or the White? (Very vague, I’m being, lol)

      Is the email you provided when you commented the right one?

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  2. ika
    Apr 20, 2012 @ 12:25:47

    i really like this one ><….hope you can post the translation later🙂, coz i still plying this one and i want to get best ed with Giulio

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  3. Britches
    Jan 01, 2013 @ 17:39:07

    “I call Giulio to the exercise grounds.”

    And if’d been anybody else saying that, the BG music would’ve switched to chopin.

    “…This is my first time talking to him alone. Crap, I’m getting butterflies.”

    Won’t be the last time either, sweetcheeks.

    “Giulio’s grandfather”

    /hissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss D:<

    “has his fingers in a lot of businesses”

    They press charges for rape

    “and is also a member of the CR:5 Board.”

    We’re in dire need of some changes around here, I can tell

    “Even though he was born with a silver spoon, Giulio didn’t go straight.”

    ………..too fucking easy.

    “People know him as “Giulio the Knife” … and I’ve also heard him being called “Mad Dog Giulio.” Please don’t bunch us together just because we’re both dogs.”

    No offense, but next to Giulio, you look like a Chihuahua. I highly doubt that mistake could ever be made by accident.

    “He’s so mild. “

    /HYSTERIC LAUGHTER

    “From what I hear, the ones who’d born the brunt of the actual fighting for the past five years or so were was Giulio and his subordinates.”

    Fixed that for you.

    “Out of all of us, his hands are the dirtiest…”

    Don’t tell him tho, he’ll cry! °n°

    “…Why is he being so obedient? It feels creepy when you don’t know why. Mrgh.”

    ….. Giulio is really and honestly quite the little bitch for not spilling the beans though until SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER, right? Or was there another reason I missed?

    “Is it just me or is he staring at me really intensely?”

    /smacks Gian across the back of the head

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