There Are Many Possessors in This Romance Fantasy - Chapter 45
There Are Many Possessors in This Romance Fantasy chapter 45
45. Someone’s ending
The way to move from this world to the original world was simple.
If you just wait, Tina will be able to go back thanks to the magic she used.
However, the problem was that in return, Tina suffered from the infinite recurrence curse.
So, in the message I left in another timeline, it was written that you should not worry about how to get back to her, but find out how to break the curse on her and save her Tina.
But now, several months have passed. There was absolutely no way to do research with Elin, who had the knowledge of all witches.
If you ask a witch to make a wish to lift the curse, it will be solved, but in a world where all witches have already died, there was no one I could ask for.
“Why don’t you try becoming a witch too?”
Elin, exhausted from her research, once said that as a joke to her.
Even if you save her Tina, what’s the point if she ends up being the same gender as her?
She knew it was a joke, so Froden laughed and moved on, but as time went by she found herself often taking the joke seriously.
“Ha ha. Any other good ways?”
One day when Elin said that, something passed through her mind.
The secret of the family, which was said to be a secret of the family, tested and revealed through all sorts of trials.
Thanks to the events that kept swirling around, I forgot about it.
“Elin. Would you believe me if I were a descendant of gods and dragons?”
“Huh? What do you mean all of a sudden? Do you want to be the main character in a novel?”
It was none other than the dragon-shaped father who took care of himself at the end of the dark passageway that day.
A pupil that was vertically slit in its huge body. Black scales shining gracefully. His overwhelming presence oppresses him, and his appearance resembles that of a dragon that only appeared in old fairy tales.
I understand why you said that it was absurd. Dragon I can’t believe it when I see it myself, but if I had just heard it, I would have treated it like a crazy person.’
At those words, my father laughed as if he was having fun. I remember my whole body shaking at the huge sound.
‘If you’re surprised that much, write it. I still have one more left.’
‘Is there anything more surprising here? No, is my mother a god?’
The memory of staring blankly at my father, forgetting what to say there, comes to mind.
At those words that shocked me, I screamed out involuntarily.
‘Even if they are children of gods and dragons, there is nothing special about them. It’s just that you’re more talented and smarter than others, and you have qualities that are superior among humans. It never escapes the human category.’
‘That her mother hadn’t been seen until now, and that the ancestors of the family all had similar faces.’
‘Since I didn’t have children, I spent my time acting. I just didn’t want to lose the nest I would give to a child born to us.’
Being the genius of the Mage Tower surpassed the brains of Uni, who was said to be the greatest genius ever.
Whether it’s magic or swordsmanship, they both learned easily and quickly and achieved high achievements.
Has a body that is several times stronger than others. Was it for this reason?
‘And I have one present just for you.’
‘Something like the arms from the dragon’s treasure house.’
‘It is sacred.’
At first, I couldn’t answer because I didn’t understand. Then, when I was shocked to know the meaning of divinity and asked it back, even an absurd answer came out.
‘Only one thing you want. It is the power to achieve anything without cost. Instead, once you use it, it disappears. Power without a price can have a big impact on the world, so I spent days and days thinking about it with your mother when giving.’
‘What if I want to conquer the world with this?’
‘Then I will become the emperor of an empire that conquered this world.’
‘If I wish the world would end.’
‘Don’t think that God can’t stop the divinity that will be displayed at that time. The rampage of witches is something that happens within the cause and effect of this world, so you can’t stop it, but you are different. Throw away the idea that there will be no restrictions while using the power of the gods.’
I also thought about killing witches. She had even thought of a wish to save Tina.
But Froden chose not to use this power as far as he could.
It was a vague intuition, but because he felt that someday there would be a place to use this power.
‘I believe that you will use that power for the right thing. Since the dragon race can no longer appear in this world, I will continue to live as a human being, as your father, and as a duke, then I will pass away and go to your mother’s side.’
The dragon’s face was filled with warmth. His appearance was different from that of a human, but his father’s image was projected in it.
‘Then don’t be sad that they don’t help. As a human being and duke, I don’t have the power to solve that.’
As Froden finished his brief flashback, he unleashed the dormant divinity within his body.
Even in this world with a different timeline, the god’s power is still maintained, and the whole body glows white, and a holy and divine feeling radiates out.
Elin involuntarily knelt down and bowed in front of him.
Because his divinity was too holy for mere mortals to feel.
As the light disappeared as the divinity was removed, the sense of pressure on the body also disappeared.
As I raised my lighter body, I saw him smiling with a shy face. He is a wizard who pursues reason and seeks only the truth and reality, but he cannot ignore what he has experienced and is happening right in front of his eyes.
“Please don’t call me that, even as a joke. After all, this power is a one-time use.”
This power that was close to all-powerful, like using a cheat key in a game, was a power that overshadowed Proden’s efforts so far.
But Froden had no regrets about not using this power until now.
Now I want to give thanks to that intuition that holds me back every time I want to write and express this power eagerly.
When I explained everything to Elin, he muttered and fell into thought. Elin, who had been doing that for a while, suddenly opened her eyes and stared at Froden.
I got awkward at her blatant gaze and turned her head away.
“Somehow, he said something was strange.”
“What do you mean?”
“Even though there were excellent dukes here, when they returned, they suddenly disappeared as if they had gone extinct. I just thought it was one of the changes that came with arriving in the new timeline.”
It’s understandable if it’s related to dragons and gods.
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Muttering that, she circled around Froden. She looked at Froden, whose body was identical to that of a human, and she sighed dejectedly and walked away.
“There really is no dragon factor. He is just a pure human being.”
“You’re a former wizard who can’t be trusted unless you check it yourself.”
“A god that cannot be divided into two and a dragon that exists as a single entity. And children born between them. It must be thanks to that that even humans jumped over time and space and came here.”
When Froden tries to open her mouth to demand an explanation from her words that are difficult to understand at once. The witch raised her hand to stop it.
“The body is a human body, but the destiny is different. It is said that there is a total amount of destiny that is determined by what kind of existence you were born with, what circumstances you grew up in, and what kind of life you will live in the future. Witches can steal some of it.”
Ellin smiled and put away the research she had done up to this point.
She vented her stress by pushing and tossing the study journals with her arm as she broke them on the desk.
“If you used that divinity elsewhere, or used it to go back. If you haven’t received this journal. You may have lived with regrets like the others in this journal.”
In fact, the first thing I thought of when I thought of the existence of divinity was that I wanted to go back right away.
I didn’t want to delay even for an hour, thinking of Tina, who suffers more and more the longer she’s late.
If reason hadn’t suppressed that thought, she might have used up her divinity without thinking.
No, it probably would have been if I hadn’t come over here and met Elin.
She suddenly questioned the causal relationship that was convenient for her. When I asked Elin about this, she replied with a smile.
“Until this point, if you hadn’t been desperate to save your fiancée, you wouldn’t even know there was a divinity. That your father did If you go back like this, you will forget everything. The outcome would have been different by now if he hadn’t deepened her feelings for her while putting all her energy into saving her fiancée.”
The witch did not stop there and continued talking.
“What if her fiancé didn’t move when she felt strange? You wouldn’t have known when the other possessed person you were talking about appeared.
What if another possessed person appeared and recognized it as an enemy and killed it? He must have ended it without getting any information about the witch.
Aside from that, if you didn’t move, if you didn’t act, if you didn’t think, what would be the odds of you safely reaching this point?”
I think the cause-and-effect relationship you feel now is the result of that desperate action.
Elin packed her things while saying that. When I asked back, surprised by her sudden action, she said her words with her languid face on her face.
“I’m getting a little bored here. That interesting knowledge you tell me is gone. It’s like you already got it.”
She was dressed lightly and put a wide-brimmed hat lightly on her head.
I laughed out loud at the appearance of the noble lady, who was completely different from before. She’s about to leave now.
“Was it a week from now? Since I said I would go back after exactly half a year had passed, I thought I wouldn’t need it anymore.”
This place is boring now.
After muttering that, the witch left her house without even receiving a greeting from her.
She spent a week alone in her suddenly empty house.
And a week later. She closed her eyes in the sudden hazy consciousness, and when she opened them, he was back.
“Proden? No matter how happy you are, what if you are suddenly blank?”
I am delighted with that voice I miss. As she was about to shed tears, I saw her face in my focused field of vision.
That lovely face she couldn’t forget even in her dreams.
“Yes, Froden. Please smile on a happy day like today.”
At that, I automatically smiled. When she wanted her to laugh, she always smiled.
In this welcome conversation, Froden glanced around her, forgetting what she was doing all this time.
Families from both families were sitting side by side in the seats closest to this place where all kinds of people were gathering and blessing.
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My mother always gave me comfort, encouragement, and love with warm words. And although he was serious, his father always listened without hesitation when he had troubles and became a strong support.
A mother-in-law who is picky and picky but is as gentle as her son-in-law. And an adult father-in-law who loves her daughter dearly. Her little brother who followed her around.
After that, all the ties they had made throughout their lives were sitting side by side and blessing them.
As I was thrilled with that fact, I felt someone’s hand touch my cheek. The rolling vision was fixed, and her eyes, which had been looking at the crowd, turned to her fiancée.
“Because today is me and Froden’s day. Please focus on me.”
A slight smile burst out at the sight of her stern warning.
She was so beautiful in a white white dress.
Fine and well-organized features. Froden knows, although her eyebrows are raised, making her overall impression fierce. The fact that those eyes turn cute like the face of a smiling cat when you’re happy.
A blush appeared shyly on her flushed cheeks, giving her a fresh look.
She looks so lovely with her pursed little lips.
Covering her back, the beautiful, natural wavy hair that looked like scarlet at first glance, dull pink, flowed down her shoulders.
“When did you dye your hair again, Tina? I like the warm feeling of brown, but I also really like this passionate color.”
He lifted her hair, held it to his nose, and inhaled the fragrant smell. Ashamed of the act, Tina dried his hand.
Then she suddenly changed her color and began to look at her with cool eyes.
“Dyeing, Froden. Are you saying that because you got confused with someone? And on such a blessed and happy wedding day?”
At that, Froden smiled apologetically. She apologized for thinking that the different hair colors she had seen in her dream matched so well, and Tina accepted with a smile.
She doesn’t know why she was mistaken, but it is true that she said something rude to the bride in front of her.
Froden tilted her head and kissed her mouth, holding her face as she closed her eyes in surprise.
I glanced at Elin, who was smiling in the crowd, with fruity lips.
She, too, noticed her Froden’s gaze and raised her thumb up with a mischievous grin.
“I love you, Tina. The promise to be together for the rest of our lives. I can finally keep it.”
After her brief kiss, he parted her lips and whispered her love. As her lips moved, tickling her own, Tina replied with her laugh.
“I love you too, Froden. Now we can live together like this for the rest of our lives without breaking up.”
She moved away from her for a moment, and once again imprinted her image on her retinas.
No matter how many times I see her, I never get tired of her beautiful and lovely appearance.
Her exotic red hair seemed to represent her passionate personality as it went well with white.
I was happy. To the extent that I want to live feeling this feeling for the rest of my life.
In a world where everyone is alive, everyone is happy, and everyone is satisfied.
“I’m sorry. The promise I made with you is a promise for others. Please love and be happy with others in this world.”
She has grown up with normal brown hair all her life.
Her mother has never seen her face in her entire life, and her family has all died.
This world was so perfect that I wanted to live like this without even seeing the heterogeneous phenomenon.
But that’s why you shouldn’t stay here.
[Maybe it’s because I’ve been under constant mental attacks. Mental strength alone is awesome.]
When she realized that, she heard a voice whispering next to her.
I was surprised by the sudden change in the environment when I heard the voice for the first time, but I naturally realized who he was.
“You are the stars that made those witches’ wishes come true.”
There was no answer to that question. But that silence was enough for her.
[Nice to meet you. You are the first human to jump out of the world I created.]
I could feel the invisible star tearing up and laughing.
“Nice to meet you, alien god.”
Froden smiled in response and took out the divinity from inside her body.
I could feel the stars bewildered by the power of the gods who rejected the powers that were not of this world.
[That, how do you get that power…!]
A novel or a movie would have kindly answered that question, but Froden thought it was not worth it.
It’s meant to be broken up soon anyway. Why do I have to explain hard?
I had only one word to say to him, the culprit of everything.
“I want that alien god and his traces to disappear from this world completely.”
The divinity that heard the prayer began to emit light and fulfill the wish. Looking at the stars crumbling helplessly to the point of futility, Froden could not stand it and uttered another word.
“The final boss in front is already out of date. At least they took out the middle boss and controlled it.”
At his words mixed with a sigh, the stars cried out and exerted their power, but the gods of this world already recognized and excluded them, so they were helplessly suppressed.
“Keep it off.”
“Oh, I have to take this friend with me.”
At those words, the possessed chair who was suffering silently next to them was held in the hands of the stars and began to disappear together.
It was obvious what kind of ending awaited him if he was dragged away, so he screamed and tried to escape from its clutches, but to no avail.
The possessed man shed tears and begged Froden again and again, but he did not listen.
“Goodbye. b*tches like dogs. Let’s not see each other again.”
After that greeting, the stars and the possessed chair disappeared without a trace.
Hearing the warm woman’s voice, Froden began to make his way toward the distant whirlpool.
Inside it, I could see Tina, lost in her mind, reliving her life so far at high speed.
I didn’t hesitate.
As soon as she saw it, she tore the vortex with the remaining divinity and destroyed the loop.
I found Tina crouching in the dark as if a power outage had occurred.
Exercising divinity to the fullest, radiating light and revealing a presence.
Tina’s face was filled with despair as she raised her head involuntarily in the warm light.
When Tina, thinking she was caught in her vision again, buried her face and tried to disappear into the darkness.
Froden dared to go inside her and lifted her up and held her.
In his warm arms, Tina began to move as if embarrassed. She seemed to return to a different progression from her loop she had been through up to this point.
The words I repeated, whispered, and relayed over and over again in the illusion created by the stars.
Now that everything is over. It was delivered to her real fiancée, who had returned with brown hair.
“I love you, Tina. I’m here to get you.”
As Tina’s body collapsed, her tear ducts, which she thought had already dried up, burst.
He hugged Tina, who was screaming in her arms and wet with her tears.
The two, who walked a long way round and round and parted, eventually met over all tragedies.
“Yes, Tina. I am here I am not going anywhere now.”
“Huh… Isn’t this a dream? Is it really what I’m holding?”
“If I kiss you, do you believe that it is real?”
At those words, Tina pulled her head out of her arms and stuck out her lips. She gently accepted her reckless kiss and she accepted her heart.
“I missed you, Froden.”
“I missed you too, Tina.”
“Let’s not break up now. I’m with you, all along. Together.”
“Yes, yes. I do.”
After a long kiss, the two leaned against each other in that empty space and felt the warmth.