I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel - Chapter 112
I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel chapter 112
112 – Verbs (10)
It was unexpected.
The opposition itself was considered as one of the possibilities.
However, the method was unexpected.
If it was Lilia, she would have known that she would say that she would go in my place, even if I objected. Please don’t just leave her me and send her alone.
Was the contents of the ordeal so frightening? Are you afraid of my death because you don’t trust me properly?
Above all, it was the first time she sent such a sharp response to Innis. At least not in my memory. Innis will do the same. Looking at it now, he was looking a little surprised.
To be honest, I was embarrassed.
The person who said it seemed to be the same.
Lillia touched her own lips and said in a slightly trembling voice.
“…I said it a little too hard. Sorry, I can’t do this anyway. Don’t send it.”
There was nothing wrong with expressing opinions. It’s her freedom
But the problem was that the target was wrong.
“Lilia, you should say that to me, not to Innis. It’s an opinion I expressed, and if you want to refute it, you should say it to me.”
I corrected the direction of her arrow. Innis mistook this for defending herself, and clung to my arm again. Then he looked at Lilia as if he was wary.
It’s a love affair. Fierce fight. If I’m going to do it, I’ll only do it between the two of them. I don’t understand what the hell you want from me. If you are a lesbian, you want the two of you to exchange fists and release them like lesbians.
At least that’s what the gay couples around me in my previous life did.
I got irritated, but I endured it.
Coincidentally, that seems to be the same for Lilia.
She lowered her head to let out her sigh, then raised her head again, as if to let out her accumulated emotions. She moved her lips as I reflected in her eyes with the butterfly attached.
“That’s right. I was talking to you.”
She looked straight at me and said strongly.
Her eyes were so earnest that it made people mistaken for an instant confession. It was such a strong desire.
I nodded her head. It didn’t mean agreeing, it meant admitting that her feelings were that strong.
But is it because I often say things that easily cause misunderstandings? These two women seemed to understand this in a positive sense. Innis’s expression hardened and against it, the corners of his lips rose brightly on Lillia’s face.
For fear of accelerating the misunderstanding, I quickly followed suit.
“I understand what you mean.”
Then Lillia’s expression hardened again. She then crossed her arms and gestured at me as if to say more. It seems that you already know what I’m trying to say. Innis looked at us alternately, examining their intentions.
I also briefly removed her arm from Innis’ grip and crossed her arms before speaking.
“But I won’t.”
“I don’t want anything to happen that would kill me in my absence. I hate being taken advantage of.”
If the request for help from Innis was a petty criminal rather than a devil worshiper, I would have let it go.
But the one who came this time is a devil worshiper. People who use beings like me by pretending to worship them, and eventually call them out to fill their stomachs.
Vampires are different in that they try to use power without summoning demons.
But in the end, they are obsessed with drawing out the demonic power to achieve their goal. If the country noticed its existence, of course it would try to use it. Monsters are seduced just by the presence of a demon, and even if I control that power, I can use it just for the traces of my presence.
Inis, who doesn’t yet know that I’m a demon, won’t understand everything I’m saying, but
Lilia She would understand.
Well, I couldn’t reveal my true identity to Innis in the first place. How would you feel if you told her that she hated her demons so much that your friend was actually hers? There are truths in the world that you are better off not knowing.
“Devil worshipers aren’t common, and there must be a reason why the ordeal failed. I’m guessing he’s the reason for this ordeal.”
Anyway, what I want to say is this.
“I want to go and solve this ordeal myself.”
But Lillia won’t like that. She’s not even certain, so she’ll see no reason to risk it.
This is the difference between me and Lilia.
We are both proactive, but Lillia is the active avoider and I prefer to be proactive.
Of course, Lilia will become proactive if she has a beauty of her own taste, but . . .
It won’t be like that this time, so she won’t risk it.
Lillia closed her eyes tightly and, as always, placed her fingers between her forehead and temples.
After she sighed, she looked at me again. Her eyes were fierce. Innis looked back and forth between me and Lilia, still in the middle of checking her eyes. I could feel the question marks floating in her eyes. It was such a reaction, since it was a sudden fight.
“There’s no reason you need to solve it.”
“Of course not.”
The most important thing to me.
“Because my heart told me to do it.”
I said it out of form, but in the end, it means that I live my life the way I want.
Lilia sighed once more.
“I’m not following you.”
“I was going to oppose it even if it came.”
Lilia glared at me.
“Why do you look like that? I’m going to live. I’m not going to die.”
In other words, if Lilia follows me and puts me in danger, my death risk will only increase.
Even if she said this much, she would understand. My actions are both unpredictable and easy, so if you lived with me almost every day, you would understand.
“That’s how I feel… I’m afraid you’re going to die. Are you going to work or not?”
“It’s a matter of rationality. The probability of you dying is higher than the probability of me dying.”
Lilia glared at me even harder. I just shrugged.
“Anyway, there’s also the commander of the Holy Knights…”
“Is there a leader?! Then I can’t lose more! I’ll stake the authority of the Demon King and arrest him.”
Hearing her words, Innis’ motivation rose for some reason.
Lilia looked at her happily, then shot her piercing gaze at me again.
“Come back alive. Don’t act recklessly.”
“As I said before, I’m going to save myself and save you. And it’s my body, so I’ll cherish it.”
He sighed once more. Living together with me seems to increase a lot. That’s what it’s like to be with people in the first place. The limit increases, but it increases by that much.
“…Take care of it properly and come.”
Lilia shook her hand and let us go. Innis looked around us again and looked us in the eye before making eye contact with mine.
“…Ah, ok, then you got permission, right?”
Innis smiled brightly, grabbed my hand and ran forward. He didn’t forget to wave her hand at Lilia.
She grabbed my hand tightly and muttered softly as she called her broom with one hand. She seemed to be talking to herself because her inner thoughts, which she had been alone with, had leaked out.
“You two have become very close… I don’t know much… I… I got to know you both first…”
I responded appropriately to her self-talk.
“Then we’ll just have to find out.”
Innis looked back at me with a startled face, and then she smiled bashfully and nodded her head.
“Hey, Prophet, where are you going?”
“For now, please follow me as I go.”
Stella moved her feet following the Prophet’s steps while grunting.
“Really? The Holy Knights are after us.”
“I’m on my way to not exactly.”
I wasn’t very sure, but since the prophet said it, I have to believe it. Stella followed her words with a feeling of embarrassment.
I already know that the Prophet is a liar. However, we also know that the lie is the finger that leads to the truest world.
Whether you believe it or not, that reaction must also be the one the prophet intended. So, at first I believed. Trusting others is a little more romantic.
At the same time, Stella was worried about Eva in the back of her head. Surprisingly, he is acquainted not only with Lilia, but also with Innis, and she says that he stayed in her room last night.
It’s really embarrassing.
She hated making friends with women who didn’t know what to think when she wasn’t there, and hated being friends with that cute puppy-like woman.
I’m going to ask you later, and I’ll have to spend the night with you. As she made up her mind, she suddenly realized something.
“Right Prophet, are you going to join Iva and Lillia later? They were staying there too.”
“Aha… I forgot.”
“There’s something else you forgot, you crazy b*tch.”
Stella spat out a harsh curse. The Prophet bowed his head.
“I’m sorry. Could you please contact me?”
At that moment, the Prophet stopped his steps.
In front of my eyes was the commander of the Holy Knights and her subordinates.
It wasn’t the future she saw.
Of course, the two paladins and the two warrior candidates were also able to notice. Stella looked back at the Prophet with a look full of betrayal, and Wiz looked at the Prophet with a pathetic expression.
Then, without a word, he put his hand on his holy sword, holy spear. He wore a hood of cognitive impairment, so he might not notice. There was a possibility that it would pass like this.
However, as if betraying the expectations of the two, the leader smiled and put his hand on his great sword. Her subordinate also took out a dagger from her bosom.
Seeing that, the Prophet murmured.
“This world wasn’t on its way to the right end…”
The voice was like singing a funeral dirge of deep sorrow. It was a voice that was so strongly condensed that Han’s form could be seen. It sounded like it was spitting frost out of its mouth.
The deep-seated rage was glacier-cold, massive, and sharp. It was a cold that was hotter than a thousand fires burning in my chest.
With those words, the Prophet stretched out his hands. He then placed it on the shoulder of the candidate for the warrior next to him. Right hand to Stella, left hand to Wiz.
And then he pushed it away.
When an attack came from a completely unexpected place, the two stumbled to their feet in panic.
In that case, of course, I had to fall to the ground. But it didn’t sound like that.
“Go to the Devil of the Reverse Heaven right now! Now!”
The two warrior candidates felt very dizzy as if their semicircular canal had been struck. Stella saw the stars, and Wiz felt the sensation of becoming one of them. Seeing the stars in the sky even though it was still daytime means that a great darkness has come.
Stella quickly regained her senses and regained her balance. Then, he grabbed Wiz, who was still staggering. Is it because I usually dodged all attacks? It was regrettable how he reacted when the shock penetrated his body.
“What is this…”
And the next thing she saw in her eyes was a far-flung cavity. It was a vast space like the tomb of an old royal family.
“Ah, is Wiz okay?”
I checked the welfare of Wiz next to me. She had been silent for a while without saying anything. She was usually reticent, but she did everything she had to say. It wasn’t like her not to spit out her curse words in a situation like this.
“…What, wasn’t it a dream?”
“What are you talking about, Wiz. This can’t be a dream.”
It must have been quite the shock earlier. Stella held her sigh and straightened her wizz when she suddenly noticed a fact.
“Wait, Wiz… A dream?”
Stella is also a reader who has read the original novels of this world. Thus, she knows what qualities she possesses.
She is a regressor.
She has the supernatural power of immortality and a curse that causes her body to automatically rewind time when she dies.
And the form of that regression.
“…Are you serious?”
Wake up as a dream.
The rumor that she mistook reality for dreams was not something to be dismissed as a joke.