The Villain’s Sister Suffers Today - chapter-71
Translator : Missme Editor : Aru
‘As expected from the male lead.’
As expected, the Crown Prince was not pushed back at all by the majority
attack. Far from being pushed back, he pushed them by himself.
At a glance, the prince’s seemingly insignificant move and beat the
masked assailant one by one.
I watched the scene as if I were watching a movie.
Suddenly, it occurred to me that the Crown Prince had made his name by
force since he was a boy.
‘The rumour is true.’
Anyway, he was like a person in charge of ‘not a person’ in the
original story and reality alongside Ash.
It was quick enough for half of the masked pack to lie on the floor.
Looking to the side, Dylan lowered her sword and moved closer to Ari. She
seemed to have decided that she didn’t have to join.
It was the same with Sir Davery, he stood by my side.
Meanwhile, another half of the remaining assailant group decorated the
floor. Now there were only four or five opponents standing still.
At this point, the masked captain strolled back.
‘This, this isn’t what I expected..’ would be what he’s thinking
I felt like I could hear his mind even if I didn’t use reading
techniques. That’s how extra character’s psychology works in this
The Crown Prince confronted the remaining number of people with a relaxed
The masked captain seemed to have a fever at the moment, but he seemed
more upset and resentful because he couldn’t do anything about it.
‘Just give up.’
No matter how I look at it, his plan was already ruined. However, the
masked captain, like an extra villain, did not easily give up and rolled
his eyes as if he was trying to find a final breakthrough.
I was watching such a mask captain’s futile efforts when I suddenly had
eye contact with the opponent.
Was it just my feeling? The masked captain looked just as surprised.
What can I say, like he saw a ghost?
What is it?
What’s wrong? I don’t feel good about this. Then the masked captain
“Change the target!”
“Ignore the Crown Prince from now on. Instead, all targeting that
red-haired woman! Do it!”
The masked assailants swarmed after listening to the captain. To the
point where I think they have been drugged. As soon as the order was
given, they rushed immediately at me without hesitation.
Sir Davery immediately stood in front of me, holding the sword, and the
Crown Prince moved quickly.
While the two men dealt with the number of people who attacked me, the
masked leader fled from his seat and disappeared.
I was dumbfounded after the situation had been cleared up in a flash.
I can’t believe he ordered his people to go after me, not Ari. This was
“Why to eonni…?”
Looking back, Ari seemed quite surprised, too.
Of course, it wasn’t that he was really trying to do anything with me,
but rather simply turning the prince’s nerves and making time for
himself to run away.
Even so, it’s me instead of Ari. This has become a very fresh
‘What was the surprise?’
There was something else on my mind. If it wasn’t my illusion, the
masked captain must have been surprised to the point where he changed his
complexion when he saw me.
‘If it weren’t for the mask, I would have known better.’
What did he mean? The man who ran away anyway can’t be caught and
interrogated right away, so let’s just think that he was mistaken.
“Are you all right?”
At that time, the voice of the prince awakened his worries. I followed
the voice and looked back at him.
I answered without difficulty and I blurted out the end of my words at
any moment. I read the concern in the face of the prince who looked at me.
The light of concern on his green eyes was so clear and that I could
hardly ignore it. No matter how many masked men came at me at the end, it
was originally a raid aimed at him.
Under such circumstances, the Crown Prince did not have any hesitation
and only concerned, worrying, and looking over me. I knew where the
feelings that I would be able to grasp come from.
I know what kind of feelings he had from.
The mouth moved by itself.
“……I’m fine. Thanks to your presence, I didn’t get hurt at
“That surprised me……”
I glanced at the Crown Prince. The fresh green eyes were so deep and
clear that it was like a green sea. They were pretty eyes. That’s why I
couldn’t hesitate anymore.
“I would like to thank you for the kindness you showed me today, and I
would like to thank you for what happened in the territory last time.”
“But you don’t have to do that next time. No, please don’t. I’m
not good enough for such kindness.”
“Thank you for taking care of me.”
The carriage stop was close from here. Enough to go without guidance.
I bent my upper body and deliberately turned away without looking at the
crown prince’s face. The sunset was thick.
A masked man ran madly down the road.
His face was not revealed because of the mask, but he seemed to be in a
‘I was alive.’
His heart throbbed. His palms were sweaty.
His eyes were shaking like an earthquake. The man has passed the dry
‘The cursed seed was alive. I have to let them know right away. The
blood that will ruin the country is not dead.’
The man, who deliberately chose the forest road in fear of pursuit,
disappeared dizzily among the trees.
The way back home after taking Ari first seemed rather far today.
When I got off the carriage, Sir Davery suddenly opened his mouth.
“He seemed sincere.”
“I told you before, do you remember? I’m good at reading other
I was escorted and went down to the ground. Standing on the hard floor,
his voice went on.
“It seemed sincere to me. Even though you pushed him away without
giving him a second chance.”
“……where did you notice? In such a short time?”
“I only saw what I could see.”
I lifted and let go of my shoulders. There was no subject, but I
couldn’t understand it.
A light sighed followed with double decisiveness as if it was my turn.
“True or not, it doesn’t matter much to me. If he’s sincere about
it, I’m more sorry. You know since you’ve seen it, but I’ve already
turned it down.”
“Why did you reject him?”
“What do you mean by ‘why’?”
I tried to carry on naturally but stopped in the middle to check what
answer to spit out.
I didn’t let go of the tension. No one else could have said anything
useless in front of Sir Davery, which could lead to irreparable
consequences. Not just that.
“Do I need a reason for that?”
“I think there are three conditions for an ideal man. Face, money,
personality. And the most important thing of all….”
“I’d like to hear an explanation.”
“People’s personalities change according to the environment, and
whether people have money or not, their face won’t change.
“People’s faces change, too. People would get old anyway.”
“A handsome face would age handsomely.”
‘Well, there’s a point in his words.’’
I almost nodded, but I refuted it for no reason.
“What if they gain a lot of weight or become shabby?”
“You can always fix that. Anyway, the basic look would never go
“What if they get into an accident and maybe their nose falls down?”
“It can be interpreted that human features are somewhat unchanging
enough unless there are exceptional unfortunate cases.”
That’s what I’m saying.
I changed my direction and continued my words.
“Okay. What about personality? You said it depends on the environment,
but I don’t think personality is the kind of person who goes anywhere
Sir Davery seemed to be lost in thought for a moment. However, the answer
that followed was very firm.
“…. was the first thing that changes when the environment changes.
You can’t depend on it.”
“You’re too sure, aren’t you?”
“I’d appreciate it if you could consider it to be a mixture of
There was nothing more to say if he said so.
It’s based on his experience, heh? Well, the circumstances of Sir
Davery’s life have changed a lot along the way, so his personality
could be different from what I’ve seen and from what he’d experienced.
I was curious about what Sir Davery mentioned, but I didn’t ask. It may
not be a pleasant memory. I’ve got another grumble instead.
“Yes, let’s say it changes. But there must be something basic in
personality like a person’s features. No matter how my personality
changes depending on the environment, I think the basics will remain.”
“That would be so.”
“But the ‘basic’ isn’t usually known. The basic personality of
people usually revealed only when the environment dramatically changed.
So I think it makes sense to put a priority on a face that can always be
judged at a glance, rather than on a basic personality that we can’t
see unless it’s under such special conditions.”
I let go of a little silence and gave a brief retort.
“I didn’t mean to have an argument.”
“I know, I wonder why this happened.”
Somehow, there was a long war of words, which made me wonder what the
meaning of this was.
When I turned around after exchanging a lot of words, there was a late
mixture of absurdity.
“What I’m trying to say is, by my standards, he was quite an ideal
“It must be hard.”
If the face was the standard, no one can meet the standard as much as the
‘…other than ash.’
But I couldn’t say this unless I was going to sell my grave. I
swallowed my thoughts silently.