The Villain’s Sister Suffers Today - chapter-105
Translator : Missme
Editor : Aru
The Count Suena is good looking.
How nice he looks is that he doesn’t seem to be able to pick a single
weed from the side of the road in terms of killing, and he doesn’t even
know that the word lies exist in this world in terms of words and deeds.
And that was his greatest strength, that Count Suena.
‘Because everyone would trust him just by looking at him.’
Count Suenal has been selected as the right person for this job.
‘That’s good for me. Because the opportunity to set the ball came on
Not long ago, the queen heard from his aide that the twin princesses, who
she thought were dead, were alive.
The Count was surprised. Although he was still young at that time, he saw
the princess body in person more than two decades ago
‘It was a fake. Someone could have red hair by dyeing or magic. She’s
already dead, and I can’t punish you for that. Should we dig up a grave
and carve the body? although, I don’t know if there will be a grave.’
It turned out that the maid of honour, who played the role of killing the
twin princesses, betrayed the queen.
The Count was surprised, but the surprise soon subsided.
Then what if she’s alive? if she’s alive then all he has to do is to
There was nothing in this livable world that money and power couldn’t
For example, it is possible to kill a person in a faraway country without
lifting a finger here.
……he thought so.
Until the first attempt failed.
‘We’ve lost contact with murder contractor.’
‘We are urgently moving the investigation team within the Empire to
identify it, but we believe they have failed.’
The investigation concluded that all of the murder contractors who had
been entrusted with a large deposit were dead, and even the one who
killed them seemed to be the Duke of Widgreen.
‘That’s the worst.’
‘Now that the Duke knows, the same attempt won’t work.’
‘Did they tell him that she wasn’t his real sister? And yet the Duke
stood up for her, didn’t he?’
‘I don’t know exactly what’s going on, but it seems so.’
Things went badly.
New measures were needed. All those close to the situation gathered to
meet their heads in front of the queen.
It was the youngest of them who gave his opinion at this time.
‘Let’s call her here.’
“I don’t know if she knew it, but in fact, she’s the princess of
this country. Let’s say that we had no choice but to let her go like
that, more than 20 years ago, because of unavoidable circumstances. Tell
her to come back here and regain her princess status to correct the
mistakes. What do you think?’
‘Oh, that’s a good idea.’
“That’s how we bring them in here and secretly kill them and destroy
‘I think this is better than using more assassins who are unmistakable
in terms of cost.’
People around him rejoiced and went along with his opinion. The queen
asked a short question while listening.
‘But if the other person dies here after being officially brought in
like that, it will naturally lead to suspicion. How are you going to do
The youngest aide explained the plan, contributing to the prejudice that
the youngest member of the group is usually smart.
‘The carriage will be attacked before it reaches the castle. We’re on
the side of being attacked.’
“The opponent dies in a remote forest far away from the palace, and
we’ve belatedly learned of the raid and sent a royal delegation of
knights to find her tenses after the search.’
‘What about the criminal, then?’
‘We know that rebel forces have been moving in the south for a few
years ago. I’ll cover them up. It won’t be bad if we treat a nobleman
as the head of it, who used to be an eyesore. The Empire and the Duke
will understand if we cut off the head of a nobleman.’
The queen laughed at it.
The youngest’s plan seemed quite satisfactory.
Then, a close aide, who had only listened to what was going on and on,
‘Well, if that’s the case, would it bother like that? ‘Why don’t
we just attack them on a carriage, right on the spot, and then say it as
the work of a bandit….’
‘Dumb shit. That’s all your brain can think of, right?’
“A bandit? If it’s a deliberate raid of a bandit, are you going to
make a royal knight who sent to carry out the princess a mere
‘Even if it’s not, the princess will be accompanied by an article
from the other side anyway. If they’re not an idiot, they wouldn’t
leave the escort to us alone. It would be a great comedy to see a bandit
beating the chosen knights of the Duke.’
‘……… I’m sorry.’
So the plan put forward by the youngest aide was moved to action.
And whoever was headed for the empire to pick up the princess in question
was immediately decided on the spot.
Count Suena flapped his chest with excitement.
‘Drink with worry. With this face and tongue, I’ll coax her and bring
‘There’s something to be clear about. Count, persuade her to return
to the kingdom completely at first. Come and regain the princess
‘Of course, it’s……….’
‘And even if you’re rejected, you’ll be persistent in the same
argument, and when you repeat it a few times, you’ll just suddenly
change your words. Tell her that she doesn’t need to come back
completely, so just ask her to meet the queen for a moment.’
‘Wait, reject? Do you think she’s going to reject it?’
‘There’s a high possibility.’
‘No, why… she’s a princess.’
‘She’s already enjoying herself as a princess in the Empire. It is
known that the relationship between her and the Duke is very close.
There’s a high possibility she’ll choose to stay.’
Is that so. Count Sueana nodded for now.
Anyway, now that he’s the smart youngest, and this was his advice,
there was nothing wrong with listening.
“Then why don’t we ask her to meet you from the very beginning
without wasting time? Isn’t that better?’
‘People are pretty simple creatures. If you are asked for 10 at first
and then you reject it, and then you are asked for 3. Compared to the
previous 10, the psychology that seems to be no big deal, and the strange
remorse that you have rejected the other person once, makes it easy to
accept the latter.’
‘But if one thing doesn’t work, just hit your head on the floor and
beg. Make the most of it. You can talk about the relationship between
parents and children, or you can use other lies. I believe in the
Count’s skill in this term.’
“I doubt I need to go that far? Trust me anyway.’
……and that’s what happened.
Count Suena gave up his recollection and rubbed his forehead.
The treatment was over earlier, but his head still seemed to be aching
‘Did I hit it too hard?’
He immediately regretted it when he hit his forehead on the floor of the
parlour room, but it was already irreversible.
Instead, the count put all the pain in his voice and sublimated it into
Because of the pain, the end of his voice cracked and his words sounded
more mournful and sincere.
It wasn’t so bad to hear even in his own ears.
‘No, it was perfect.’
That’s why he came up with such a result.
Count Suena took off rubbing his forehead.
With this face and status, they usually trust him easily without any
However, this time, his opponent didn’t trust him. He thought she was
an aristocrat who was ignorant of the world. Neither refused nor
congratulated. On the way, he almost messed up because of it.
‘Anyway, it’s good.’
The count glanced away.
The opponent, who asked for a day’s preparation time, was slowly
loading the carriage to see if she had finished preparing.
Count Suena suddenly came up with his own epiphany.
Her Highness has a chronic disease!
……is what he said. The queen of his own country, who had been
corrected from head to toe, would have turned her head.
Indeed, she hasn’t been out of the palace more recently than before,
but it’s because she’s been rolling around with her new lover from
morning to night, avoiding other people’s eyes.
‘Anyway, I don’t have that kind of stamina either.’
Everyone must be surprised to learn how many times the queen, hidden
inside the palace, has taken off her clothes in Hareem, from a boy to a
All the more so if they knew that they took turns receiving the queen’s
‘She’s old, but she’s still very strong, and I hear her daughter
looks like her mother, so will she also like that too?’
The count’s gaze bounced darkly.
He gazed carefully at the red-haired woman who had now finished
organizing her luggage.
The green dress for keeping her warm, which was made by asking a magician
to make, gently wrapped around the wearer’s body with a cloth that was
not too thick.
Then the count looked sideways at the narrow waist that was naturally
revealed and the abundant curves beneath it.
His neck moved.
‘If she looked like the queen that much, it would be hard for one
person to handle her. If she dies, many men will be sad.’
Dirty imaginations led to the secret death of the Count.
And it was then. The next moment a sharp scream suddenly popped out of
the count’s mouth.
The count held his foot and rolled over.
A blond knight, armed with armour, looked down indifferently at such a
“I made a mistake. I don’t know you’re there, and I can’t see you
at my level..”
“Are you all right?”
“My, my feet….”
“It’s a pity that your eyes, unlike the top of your foot, can’t be
dug out by mistake.”
The knight muttered so quietly.
“What’s going on?”
At this time, hearing the uproar, the princess, who had been somewhat
distant, approached. The article answered briefly.
“Not a big deal. Because I made some mistakes.”
“Mistake? A mistake you said?”
Count Suena, who had been struggling with the pain of turning their eyes
upside down, managed to spring up.
He dabbed at the tip of his finger with pain.
“What a mistake, you damn bastard! Do you think I don’t know that you
intentionally stepped on my foot?”