I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel - Chapter 142
I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel chapter 142
142 – Soldier (8)
I tried to hold back, but I couldn’t be easily suppressed. Like an awl in his pocket, he showed off his courage, and the sigh that finally came out rapidly cooled the atmosphere in the room.
Lillia looked at Innis, touching her temple every time.
“Ahahahaha… Lilia is also very mean. She jokes like that…”
A ghastly voice. It was a voice so cold that even the sunken air of dawn reminded me of it.
“Why, why is that Lilia… Scary…”
She stopped touching her temples and brushed her hair to control her emotions. Even so, the dawn of the sparkling eyes could not be erased. She couldn’t get rid of her swaying annoyance.
“…Are you kidding me?”
“Are you kidding me?”
Innis shrank and took a step back. She was Innis bigger than Lilia in many ways, but now she looked like a little puppy. Crouching over her, she assumed a protective posture. She was a look that could stimulate a desire for protection or pity, but she had no effect on Lilia.
Lillia raised her staff. Seeing that, Innis was even more frightened and took her steps back.
“Does this look right to you? Huh?”
She swung her wand without hesitation. Her chair floated in the air and twisted into a fold. It was as simple as crumpling paper. A mystical sight that can never be created by grip strength. However, there were no surprises there.
“Was Iba here? Where is he now?”
Lillia threw a crumpled chair behind Innis and asked. Innis timidly tries to rebel, but she is futile. She was quite different from the way she usually kills monsters and demons.
Stimulating a mentally weakened person is highly discouraged. Lillia didn’t know that either. Even so, she didn’t stop. It’s just not recommended, because sometimes it might have a significant effect.
Lilia said she had no intention of becoming a psychiatrist. She was a friend of Innis, but she was not her mental excretion. She, Lilia, was nervous, and she felt annoyed as much as the time that had been delayed.
“Calm down Innis. Eva is not here. We have to find him.”
Innis was silent. He raised her finger and pointed into the air at her.
“Oh, no. Iva is here… Here… By my side…”
“She will always be by my side… I haven’t done anything to Eva… So she is Eva….”
“I did. It wasn’t what you meant, and I’m sure Eva won’t blame you. You certainly did. She set Eva on fire.”
Innis’ unfocused eyes became clearer. The hazy red that had been lost in her delirium had regained her true color. However, with an appearance a little closer to blood.
“Why do you say that…?”
Her fire seemed to burn. The two eyes of the one suffering from a fever were burning as if he would turn anyone who disturbed his happiness to ashes at any moment. Lillia, who had suddenly been resented in reverse, laughed.
“Lilia is my friend… Why do you say such bad things…”
I felt that I was purifying the language as much as possible. The anger peeking out from her eyes was barely enough to be melted down by soft words like that.
Lillia brushed her hair once more. She, too, was simmering in her anger.
“Hey you b*tch.”
Also, even though she was furious like Innis, she didn’t have the meticulous disposition to choose her words. Innis asked in surprise.
“You b*tch! Do you know what kind of a friend a friend is!”
It was the first verbal abuse I heard since I became close with Lillia. She liked Innis’ appearance, and Lilia was as friendly as she was in front of her, so in a way it was only natural.
Then she spat out her swear words and got really angry.
“If I say that you’re an idiot and I’m like an idiot, will something be solved? No, you know that.”
There was no fault. There were no lies, no ostentation. It was sincere. It flew up like a butterfly that had taken off its chrysalis and spewed poison at someone from its wings. It was a poison that might be used as a medicine somewhere.
“Innis, you’re not a kid. You’re a handsome b*tch who has accumulated top-notch achievements among demons, and you’re a b*tch who has the ability to achieve those feats. But why are you just escaping from reality here? Isn’t it a waste?”
I was genuinely angry at this moment. He treated her with her sincerity, without any condescension from her.
“Did you think I’d only say nice things about you as a friend? You’d better think again.”
Lilia didn’t carelessly spit out words like ‘I know what you mean, I understand you’ to comfort her. Because it was a lie The loss would be the same, but the impact from it would be different. She wouldn’t be of the same mindset, nor would she be the same reaction.
No matter how much she lost the same person, Lilia could not understand Innis. But she can reach
Lilia approached her ailing. She doesn’t know how to cure the disease. She, too, is sick. She has no room to be considerate of anyone. She didn’t come to heal. She reached out to find her life even in pain.
Since she has the same disease name, she approached me wanting to heal the disease together. To see the same wild flowers together and be happy someday.
“You care so much about almost killing Eva? I sure do. I also cared so much that I almost resented you. No, I actually did. I hated you.”
Lilia meekly apologized. That regret gave Lillia the strength to move on again.
Until just now, she, Lilia, was also running away from reality. But she is not now. She said she shouldn’t be right now.
“I’m sorry. That didn’t work. You and I were the same b*tch who didn’t know anything.”
Now was the time to take on the challenge. One of the connecting points between the two. To find the most precious person.
“…That’s why, now I need to find the guy who made me suffer like this and give him a proper blow.”
Lillia grabbed Innis’s wrist and lifted her up. And then, the staff she broke. She put her wand, which she had picked up and repaired, in her white, soft hand.
“Hick! Poetry, I hate it.”
“Innis, don’t run away.”
Innis tried to shake it off as if he had caught a bug in her, but Lilia squeezed her hand so hard that she couldn’t let go. It was impossible for Lillia to defeat Innis by force. However, now Innis was weak and even her body was weakened, so she was able to defeat even Lilia.
“You don’t have to let this go. You didn’t kill Eva. Rather, you saved a lot of people by using magic. Did you hear about that b*tch, Wiz?”
Very trembling hands. Holding on to that, Lillia said strongly.
“Innis. If you’re a real friend, don’t run away. If it’s for real Eva, shouldn’t he find him and fix his bad habit?”
“Don’t look away. Look right. Look what Eva wants. Look what you need to do now.”
Lilia let go of her hand and stood up.
“That’s all I have to say. The rest is up to you. Stay here and live in delusions. Or come and see the real Eva.”
Lilia really went out of her way to prove that.
A silence fell in the noisy room. The cold dawn air rode up from Innis’ back and made him shiver. My heart was on fire, not my eyes. I was nervous because I thought it would turn off any time soon. I didn’t know why. Eva is here It definitely exists by my side.
She turned her head and looked around. There was no one in sight who was supposed to be by his side.
In a dark room left alone. She looked at the crumpled chair. It was like folded trash. It was a space where I had been creating happy daydreams until just now. Her bed, which was in order to feel the reverberation of Eva at all, was disturbed. When she was there, she felt as if she was hugged by Eva, and she was happy.
It was empty happiness. It was a happiness that would soon fade. The fantasy was wide, but not meaningful. It was like seawater that would only quench your thirst no matter how much you drank it.
Innis looked at the letter. Perhaps she is a letter that Iba sent to her.
Carefully, carefully, she lifted it up and opened it. I didn’t want a lot of sentences, but even considering that, it was a short, short sentence. The handwriting was crookedly ugly, just like when Innis looked at it, and the ink was blood. Shabby letter.
Nevertheless, it was more precious than anything that had been by Innis’ side until now.
[You didn’t kill anyone. You saved everyone.]
Inis hugged the letter and wept bitterly.
It resembled the sound of a fire crackling somewhere. It was the same sound as the dawn that brightens the dark dawn.
Stella muttered as she looked around at everyone around her.
“Wait, why do you talk like a leader?”
“Because I’m the most normal here?”
Lilia also looked around her. Everyone’s eyes were wide open. It was an elite group of great witches, warrior candidates, and devils, but it was obvious that if anyone saw it, it would look like an ordinary melancholic gathering. Even Stella, who spoke her words, still had tear marks and dark circles.
“…Where are you looking?”
“I’ll say it again. I think I can use my healthiest judgment here.”
Lilia also admitted that. Compared to herself who was at risk of suicide, Wiz who enjoyed her mental self-injury, and Innis who was lost in her daydreams, she was the best. Of course, it was because she didn’t see anything, and she must have exhibited some symptoms.
“I… I think it’s okay for anyone to be the leader…”
Innis cut off the conversation with a forced laugh. It was an expression that went round and around to say not to waste your time on useless things. I could quickly read the faint irritation beneath his smiling face.
She reflected her face in the cathedral before dawn. She has a determined face.
“It would be meaningless to pick a leader anyway, so what…”
Wiz murmured softly. Everyone nodded.
“And as long as I can meet Eva right now… I don’t care whatsoever…”
Everyone was taken aback by those words. Stella licked her lips, then she smiled brightly.
“hahahaha! Yes, that’s right. If I ever see him again, I’ll have to feed him a German suplex. You’re doing this without saying anything?”
“I don’t know what a German suplex? Is… I want to hit the stomach.”
“To regenerate anyway… Wouldn’t it be better to decapitate once…?”
Innis, unable to adapt to the heartwarming atmosphere of the heartwarming stories, smiled bitterly.
“hahahaha… Everyone, don’t do it too much… This bar is all for us…”
“Innis, won’t you stop trembling? You have a bad feeling too.”
When Lilia responded calmly, Innis briefly pondered and nodded her head.
“Um… Well, but…”
However, he was still laughing bitterly, as if he was not the type to agree with them.
“I thought it would be better to tie it up somewhere so that it doesn’t do anything stupid… Rather than using violence like that…”
Stella briefly exclaimed. Good way. Let’s do that after punishment. I’ve failed a few times in my previous life, so let’s think of a way to tie it up a little more firmly this time.
After she said that, she clapped. The eyes of her others focused on her.
“Well then, let’s finish the motivation here. Now how to find it… There is a way.”
Said Stella fluttering her own letter.
“Because he said the Prophet had a clue…”
“Wait, did you say that?”
“I never received anything like that…?”
“I guess it was written only for me then.”
Ignoring Lilia and Innis’ objections, she continued.
“I’ll just have to go after it.”
Stella grinned as she raised her spear. Let’s put it in the ground. Pillars of light protruded from the windows. The light soared up without knowing the sky and drew a strong line as if reaching the stars.
“I’ve prepared everything in advance. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have been able to see Iva and would have said something trivial at this critical time when I was close to death in solitude? I’m not the villain of the movie. Could it be that I was explaining everything in detail?”
A circle circled around the window. It was a line resembling the Milky Way. A cluster of stars circled around them.
“I already ran it 35 minutes ago.”
Imitating the lines from American comics I read before, I raised my spear. The pillars of light were lifted together, and her body also floated in the air.
The opposite of Wiz, the ability to move through space. [Jump]
It takes a lot of prep time and mana to try once, but it’s sure to perform.
The scope of use is also wide. Representatively.
For example, you can point to a person who has been marked beforehand. Previously, while the Prophet was sleeping, he sneaked in and left a mark. Unfortunately, Eba had a good sense of it, so he erased the mark he had taken because he didn’t want to be arrested…
The Prophet was not like that.
Stella taking the ground. She flew like a meteor.