I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel - Chapter 14
I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel chapter 14
14 – Sosa (14)
It was surprisingly easy to find Innis far away from this filthy fog where two lost children would appear instantly if you took your eyes off it.
This is because Innis moved while spraying the dye made with magic on the ground.
Even if it’s a barrier that prevents us from going to the destination, we’re not going to Innis, we’re just following the dye, so we’re not affected by the barrier’s conditions.
By the way, I was just far enough away from where Lilia and Innis were sleeping that I was able to find them without such troublesome work.
The idea was provided by Lilia.
“Oh~ the witch’s intelligence shines.”
“Whoops, I don’t have anything to give you even if I praise you?”
“A witch who is good at using her brain but not good at magic is so unique…”
As if I didn’t like it very much when I used a joking joke about Lillia’s current physical condition, Lilia raised her staff and glared at my chest.
I kept my mouth shut because I felt like the cane would get stuck in my stomach. Witches who use wands as physical weapons are also quite unique.
Anyway, as I went like that, a human figure shimmered through the fog.
Until I saw that figure, I was fooling around like a person who had something to be happy about, but since I could see the human form, I felt like I had to catch up, so I adjusted my expression.
Of course, the owner of the seal was Innis. Before seeing her through her fog, I asked Lilia a question.
“Shouldn’t I tell Innis too?”
“The monster you killed before?”
“I didn’t kill him. I almost killed him.”
“That’s what it is.”
The shape of a person shimmering in the fog gradually became clearer.
“I don’t want to tell you personally, but… “
“If you look at something like a novel, a big incident broke out because you didn’t tell me that much.”
“It’s noisy. That’s why I said it’s personal. …I have to tell you the truth. What can I do?”
“Shouldn’t that be?”
I also agree with Lillia. It’s better to tell them now than to roll a big snowball on your own later. Why, isn’t there a saying that it is better to be beaten first? It’s a proverb that doesn’t exist here.
I could clearly see Innis’s face, which was slightly blurred in the fog. He was drenched in sweat as if he was slightly tired from practicing magic after a long time. He had the blazer of his uniform thrown off somewhere on the ground, and his white shirt rolled up to his forearms. It was a different outfit than usual, giving off a cool impression.
Innis turned his head at the sight of him, and our eyes met. She smiled brightly as soon as her eyes met mine. Wiping the sweat from her brow, she waved her hand.
Seeing her welcoming her, it seemed that her excitement was rising up to me as well. In the morning, you will receive a reward for the excitement of the previous dawn.
There was no reason to ignore her greetings, so I answered her by waving her hand on one side of hers.
“He said hi to me.”
“I must have gone deaf. I called you and my name once.”
Lilia displayed a strange competitive spirit. Unfortunately for her, Innis likes both me and Lilia. Even though the kind and amount of the liking may be different, it is the same favor anyway.
You can’t hear the contents of the conversation at this distance, but seeing that the two of us seemed to be getting along a little bit, Innis smiled contentedly. He then spread his arms out wide to show off the forest he had cultivated.
“Look! I am no longer a burden!”
Around her innocent smile was ruins.
It was a ruin that was clearly a forest.
Several trees were tore and fell. There was a tree whose roots were so powdered that not even the stump was left. There was also the ground torn by a knife. There was a burnt tree. There was a frozen, fossilized tree in an ancient glacier. The land, trees and grass in the vicinity were terribly dead.
I walked down the street and lifted up the fog, but when I looked, there was a Holocaust of beautiful girls and trees. It seems that the concept of environmental protection has not yet been grasped. Well, the magical energy is devouring it, but there will be fewer environmental destructions with oil.
Innis, who displayed the corpses of the fallen trees, was breathing heavily while smiling proudly.
Innis’ forehead and neck were dripping with sweat. Perhaps it was hot, she twisted her long hair in one place and put it in her hand, fanning the back of her neck.
“Innis, you look very hot. Shall we talk after we get some rest?”
She has been unable to use magic for a while, but she is glad that she is able to use it again. The fact that he tried to loosen her hand once seemed to be inadvertently overdoing it.
As Lilia left a flying trail in the air with her staff, the trees that were scattered everywhere were cut, trimmed, and assembled on their own. Before I knew it, three chairs were made.
The prettiest among them was taken by Innis, and the fairest one was taken by Lilia. I naturally ended up sitting on a chair that was a bit ugly compared to the two of them, and I was worried about whether I should be angry at this strange discrimination or be happy that the chair was made for me.
“Let’s switch chairs with Lillia.”
“I made it. Why?”
“Hey you madman. Restrain yourself.”
I decided to be angry. In fact, the prettiest ones are given to those who like them, and the ones that are fine are sat by the person who made them. There was nothing wrong with Lilia’s intention, but she just screwed it up.
I was thinking about taking it away again, but suddenly got annoyed and just sat down on the chair. Looking back, it wasn’t even that ugly. As my body relaxed a little, the scenery came into my eyes again.
It was a superb view. It wasn’t particularly beautiful scenery, but everything was cut off, so it deserved to be called a superb view. Looking at this great scenery, I was quietly immersed.
Lilia can’t generate power due to burns in her magic circuit, and I can’t handle my body perfectly yet.
Currently, the greatest force among us must have been none other than Innis. We no longer have food. His stamina is also gradually declining. That means there is no room for it.
In this situation, if she loses her magic again…
I glanced to the side. Perhaps I wasn’t the only one who realized this, but Lilia was also looking at me with a meaningful expression. I glanced at her and told her what she was saying with the shape of her mouth.
But it doesn’t seem to have been communicated properly. Lilia tilted her head. It’s strange. It went well among my co-workers, but I said it again clearly. Of course, without making any noise.
Lilia tilted her head once more. Also, did she have a frustrating side in her own way? She took out her cane after seeing it.
With one click, the entire chair lifted while I was still sitting.
And since I’m trying again, isn’t it that I’m attracted to Lilia as if it’s the polarity of a magnet?
I was pulled right next to Lillia and had to catch her fierce gaze. It meant to speak clearly. The beggar couldn’t understand it, so why would he beg?
Inevitably, I moved close to her ear and set my opinion in a whisper.
“Let’s hide my true identity from Innis.”
“If he loses his magic right now, his precious power to defeat the devil worshipers will be lost.”
After hearing what she had to say, Lilia accepted my opinion with a satisfied smile. Deep down, she probably didn’t want Innis to be hurt again.
Of course I am too. I am human too, so it hurts my heart when someone is shocked and sad. It’s heartbreakingly funny when an enemy does it, but Innis is my ally.
“Guys, what are you talking about?”
Innis asked, looking at us.
“Looks like we’ve become very close.”
I was obviously smiling, but something in my eyes was frightening.
“I’m close with him?”
“Oh, that’s a bit.”
Me and Lilia denied her question at the same time. Hey, it’s not that friendly. Me and Lilia are like teammates we met in a cooperation quest. We’re not close friends, but we can’t ignore each other. Something that was a bit awkward.
“…I didn’t expect it to be this close.”
Innis muttered softly. I would have felt like talking to myself, but my ears were so powerful that I could hear everything. A lot of other places are also high performance. Either the eyes or the mouth.
Innis brought a chair and sat close to us.
“Guys, can you tell me what you’re talking about?”
Oh that’s it.
I tried making eye contact with Lilia again. But Innis stopped it.
“Eva, are you only seeing Lilia again?”
No, why else?
“Innis, you don’t have to look at me. Just look at me.”
“Right, Innis, please don’t mind me.”
“Only the two of us agree!”
That’s how we calmed Innis, who didn’t know why he was upset, for a long time.
In the middle, the eye contact between me and Lilia to share opinions was interrupted every time, and when we agreed, I got angry again.
But if you tell us why we whispered, we won’t be able to eat or die.
In the end, we had to come up with a new reason why Innis was whispering to the colonel.
The reason for this was that he was talking about ‘Sweating Innis was erotic’, and Lilia made it up and dedicated it. I wondered what this crazy b*tch was talking about, but I just agreed.
So this little commotion ended with us punching Innis, whose cheeks were as red as the sun, one by one.
After a well-deserved rest (even though there was no food, so we starved), we set out again to find a way to defeat the devil worshipers.
“But how do I find it in this barrier?”
Lilia’s question was natural. But I didn’t just go on her way without thinking, so I told her the answer she had thought of beforehand.
“The devil worshiper said I was the target. He said he had something to ask me. But he got nothing from that motherf*cker from our last meeting. So I’m sure that asshole wants to see me again.”
“I’m sorry, but can you unify it into one pronoun iba? I’m sorry I’m dizzy to understand.”
“Then I’ll make you an asshole.”
Innis brought up a criticism, I corrected it, and Lilia accepted it. No criticism was presented to the swearing.
After everyone agreed that he was an asshole, we continued talking.
“I’m going to see that chewy. I know that I often see him. Such a class is generally not respected and only he takes care of him.”
“I must have seen it often… Yes…”
Innis seemed to be misunderstanding something. I’ve often seen that type of devil worshiper. That guy himself was the first person I met yesterday. But Ennis, who had no way of knowing this, seemed to think that I had seen the devil worshiper over and over again.
In her head, I wonder if I would be subjected to a terrible experiment while looking at the devil worshiper’s face. Anyway.
“Before, it didn’t crawl, and you ordered a test subject and called it in front of you. So, it will be the same this time. What is the reason for rebuilding this fog barrier?”
“For once we’ve dispersed, and then we’re going to readjust…”
“And again, if you move, you must have adjusted the road to come back to you.”
If the effect of the barrier of fog is to prevent reaching the destination, conversely, it would also be possible to make it reach the destination by a different route.
I was just walking, thinking about escaping. To never escape.
By the way, the kids are smart, so they understand me well. Kids out of school are a bit different. Back in the day, when I was a mercenary, the guys who came out of school generally ate the best. And most of them all died.
“From now on, don’t get away from me. If I do something wrong, only I will be invited and you may not arrive.”
I needed something to connect to in case of falling in the fog. As soon as Innis heard that, he quickly grabbed my hand.
Lilia seemed to have another tantrum when she saw that, but she accepted it without saying anything because it was an emergency. Instead, she held out her handkerchief. Even if she dies, she doesn’t want to have contact with a man. If you believe that much, you have to admit it.
Me and her walked away holding the ends of her handkerchief.
A strange combination of witches, cops, and lowly people has been able to walk through the fog.
The target was a devil worshiper.
I can’t tell those two, but it was actually a step that started with my helpless reasoning. But I was sure of myself.
Since I was a mercenary, I have completed several quests to kill such an asshole. Also, I’m not that stupid, but I’m not crazy either. Not that much, only half.
In other words, I am currently working as both a Semi-Ddorai and a physical therapist specializing in psychosis.
Of course, the prescription was mostly euthanasia. I didn’t send him on the way comfortably, but he died painfully, but since my heart has become comfortable, euthanasia is the right thing to do.
Anyway, among these highly educated people, I am a super low educated person who has the best expertise in this field. So it will be right
If it wasn’t, it would be a b*tch, so I had to be hit unconditionally. No, it doesn’t end with being sold as a dog, and you may have to be beaten like a dog by Lilia.
In this way, the life-and-death journey began in many ways.
Five minutes have passed.
A spooky-looking temple has been kindly coloneled before us.
“It feels really bad…”
It was a temple that seemed to be built with flesh instead of marble.
There was no way a baby living in a place like this would be fine. If you love meat so much, why don’t you build a temple with it? Shouldn’t he have been a butcher instead of a f*cking devil worshiper?
While Lillia and Innis frowned at the bizarreness, I was delighted.
We arrived at the house of the chewy cubs that were crazy at this flesh!