I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel - Chapter 150
I Possessed the Villain in the Lily Novel chapter 150
150 – Necrosis (1)
“Three, World Tree…”
The old elf murmured in shock. It was clear that the reason why he couldn’t keep up with the back story was that he couldn’t express his feelings in words.
A wind that resembled a painful moan flowed between her parted lips.
The World Tree burns.
To the elves, it means more than just the death of a demon.
The tree that has always been white and beautiful, the godly and prosperous ancestor rooted in the sky, burns. It is melting.
Someone was screaming and sobbing like crazy. Hearing the loud sound, he must have come back to his senses in a daze.
Everyone knelt down and held their sorrow. The music for the sacrifice had long since ceased, and the only song to send them away from the World Tree was the song.
Is it because of that?
“Huh…? My body…”
The power of supernatural powers that weighed down the outsider’s body was also released. Wiz did not miss that moment.
Before the screams stopped, starlight shone around Stella. The starlight gushed toward the sky and colored the bright red sky black. It was the night sky, a good time to see the stars.
Still, it wasn’t dark. Overwhelming light source. Because the firewood of the world tree was working hard to light the fire.
“Oh, no! Stop! We must stop those sinners right now!!”
The village chief shouted in surprise. Treasonous criminals who burned the World Tree. Even if you change your flesh and drink, you have to catch garbage that is not cool. That kind of urgency felt desperate.
The elves who came to their senses pulled the strings of their bows and shot them.
“Ah~ We can’t either!”
But it wasn’t a face to be taken lightly. Minerva, the witch of the lake, took out her wand from her secret hiding place and swung it. In the process of being restrained, she had her cane taken away, but she was fortunate to have an emergency cane.
The hazy mist swallowed the arrows rushing towards them and returned them to her opposite direction. Mixed with the smoke from the World Tree, the smoke that spread far away became a blindfold that made the arrow wander on its target.
Following Minerva, Lillia picked up nearby twigs and fashioned them into her makeshift staff to wield her magic. It was the same magic that Minerva had manifested.
Clouds hung over the forest in a wide, flat shape like a huge lake.
It became difficult to see even an inch ahead, let alone an arrow. When the elves were flustered, waving their arms, or shooting supernatural powers at random.
Stella’s magic has been completed. I couldn’t decide on a detailed location because I was in a hurry to set it up. It didn’t matter though.
If only I could get away from this horrible forest, if I could just create a place to enjoy my time with Iba, it was fine.
In the clouds, the golden starlight that filled my eyes flickered. Starlight burst through the pure white water mist. Fortunately, the forest residents couldn’t see the stars because the clouds took their eyes off them.
She experienced two leaps in a short period of time. As soon as her body hit the ground, Lilia tried to vomit her. But she hadn’t eaten in the meantime, so what came out was not food, but vain retching.
Even in the midst of that, I could clearly hear someone’s muttering.
“Wow… This doesn’t fit.”
Eva smiled bitterly as she grabbed her dizzy head.
Lilia forced her dizziness back and turned to him. She seemed to be the same as other people, and her eyes filled with various emotions were pierced by him.
A lively voice erupted from his dry, stiff lips.
Lilia ran out and kicked him. Of course, it didn’t hit properly. Her help close was slow and her muscles were weak. It was the power of a child’s footsteps.
Iba didn’t bother to avoid it and greeted it calmly. The body she was sitting on jumped over.
“This, this chew!
Lillia trampled Eva with her resentment. Eva smiled and she accepted all of her kicks. Her nonchalant attitude infuriated her even more.
“Didn’t he just die there?! Huh? You motherf*cker! Search! Search! Search!!!!”
“Ha ha ha ha!”
As Lillia’s swear words and emotions intensified, Eva burst into her relieved laughter.
“The power of your kick is like rustling shamrocks!”
“This, this… f*ck! f*ck!”
After several kicks, her strength gradually faded. The breath in her throat interrupted her words, and the blood that had gathered in her head spread all over her body.
“Bogbigi … Chew … I’m searching …
“Do you really want to search?”
Eva asked. Lillia laughed as if it were absurd.
“I wonder if it’s true, you bastard bastard…”
Lilia answered honestly and she sat down.
“Damn it… hehehe! I promised to tell you everything honestly… hehehehe! I took care of everything by walking my heart… How did you betray me like this…?”
She spoke sparsely, wiping away the endless tears with her hand.
Landing on her ground, Lillia gave up her kick and chose her fist. Like a pat, like a shove, she continued her words, hitting him with her fist.
“A bastard… A real bastard…”
“Hmm. It hurts.”
“It doesn’t hurt at all… You bastard… Search… Search…”
He hit her in the chest.
“Live … Thank you … Thank you for being alive.
Tuk-tuk. The intensity of the beating gradually increased.
“Why are you beating the kid?”
Stella held Eva behind her and at the same time blocked Lillia’s fist with her hand.
From Eva’s point of view, this hug hurt more than Lillia’s punch. She shut her mouth for no reason, not wanting to be beaten by Stella either. She luckily had a soft cushion on her back so she could write it like a cappuccino and still feel the softness of it.
“…Before, I heard you would like it too.”
“Yes. I did.”
Stella muttered, burying her face in the nape of Iva’s neck.
“I couldn’t do it…”
When we sparred before, what are you talking about when you hit it well? While she was thinking about it, she was startled. Because Stella was tickled by groping her stomach or her breasts.
“When you sparring, you’re thinking of the fan.”
“Wow, that’s amazing.”
Catch this right away? Eva smiled. As if retaliation, Stella lightly bit his neck.
“Hey what are you doing!”
Lillia waved her hand away in a panic, but Stella just chewed him densely. Stella, a man with light teeth, opened his mouth with a satisfied smile.
“What are you doing dirty?”
“Dirty. Am I dirty?”
“No. It’s not like that. It just… Means my body is dirty.”
“It’s okay. You’re not dirty.”
Stella put her tongue on the tooth mark again and licked it lightly.
“Clean. Very clean. And…”
After another light bite, he opened her mouth.
“It’s sweet. That’s why I love it.”
Stella left his mark on him like a rose pricked with a thorn and smearing its fragrance, like a beast tending to its offspring, like a flame heating its skin red. As if that’s the only way you can feel safe.
A couple of times.
“What are you doing more dirty!”
“Iba is not dirty. You talk too much.”
“It’s not Iva, it’s that side!”
The familiar scuffle began again. It was only then that I realized that Iba had returned. Stella’s body heat running down her back felt like home. Lillia’s slightly annoyed voice was as comfortable as music in the living room.
It was good. It was routine.
“Wow~ Where is this place~?”
“Su, Master, don’t move recklessly…”
As soon as Minerva recovered from her dizziness, she tried to get around her and Layla tried her best to stop her mentor.
“The world tree… The world tree is really on fire… That’s nice… What now…? What are those crazy bastards of elves going to do…”
The Prophet was still engulfed in the afterglow of the World Tree’s fire.
She realized the awkwardness she felt only then.
“How did you guys get all the way right after I wrote the letter? I didn’t leave a single clue that it was an elven forest…?”
Has the impure movement of the demon king candidate been observed in advance? Was the Order of the Holy Knights moving to deal with the demon lord candidate who hadn’t died yet? Unsettling thoughts ran through my mind.
Stella bit the back of her neck again, feeling sad.
This time, she must have bitten a little harder, and the sting was severe. Stella whispered in her ear with her pout.
“I can go wherever you are. I will go anywhere. I have come beyond death and you still don’t know me?”
“Well… That’s right…”
Eva agreed. It might be more appropriate to say that thinking about it no longer bothers me.
“…Nice to see you again.”
As Stella buried her face in her shoulder, Eva raised her arm and stroked her hair. Not to be outdone by him, Lilia approached.
“Doesn’t the master care?”
“It can’t be. Come here. Let’s hug each other tightly.”
“Right. You know that now?”
Eva stretched out her other arm. Lilia glared at it. When her eyes met his, she smiled and nodded her head.
“I’ve known it for a long time.”
She wrapped her arms around her waist and hugged him.
“Really… It’s you. This cold feeling. It’s you.”
“Then me. Who else am I?”
Lillia hugged him even tighter and pressed her body together.
“I can’t leave my master and go anywhere…”
Eva could not answer.
Wiz just watched that spectacle.
She was glad to see him. Right now, I wanted to hug him and mix body temperatures like the two of us. If possible, I want to try layering my lips again.
But her sense of ethics did not allow it.
With what face? On what subject are you happy about his return?
The reason why he planned to go into seclusion, and the reason he decided to reveal his true identity and be hated by the world, are all my fault.
I made him get caught up in a regression, and he couldn’t see his suffering.
A dream that happened miraculously. An understanding of return born as a miracle more beautiful than any mystery in this world.
However, if he dies again, he will disappear. Memories to disappear.
In order not to make him, who was fighting a lonely battle alone, have to walk alone again, he sacrificed himself.
If it hadn’t attracted him from the start, if he hadn’t relied on him more than necessary.
I couldn’t get rid of those thoughts.
That’s why Wiz felt guilty as much as the joy he returned.
“Are you okay?”
Holding Wiz’s shoulders, Innis asked anxiously.
“Your expression looks really bad… Are you sick anywhere?”
“Uh, uh… No… No… It doesn’t hurt anywhere… It’s okay… Don’t mind…”
Throwing a hand off his shoulder, Wiz rejected his kindness.
“I’m glad that’s the case. But if you feel sick at any time, please tell me. Even if you look like this, healing magic is my specialty. Ah… That’s right. I’ll have to get a staff first.”
It may sound like a rude refusal at first glance, but Innis smiled and paid no attention.
At the end of her gaze, Eba was there.
She was still smiling.
Can the kid who reacted the most to Iva’s death be so calm?
Wiz tilted her head, unable to read the intention behind that smile.