The Villain’s Sister Suffers Today - Side Story 41
Side Story Episode 41
Translator : Missme
Editor : Aru
I couldn’t hear exactly what Verce was shouting because of the wind, but I guessed roughly.
That’s a curse word.
Gyerg turned white in embarrassment and looked at me.
“What’s that? Why is she up there? Why is she cursing at me?”
‘You need to be cursed anyway.’
I replied with a nonchalant face.
“I told everything. To Verce.”
“Verce has the right to know everything and choose.”
“Was it just that?”
Verce shouted again. Gyerg’s face, which seemed to jump and argue with me, went straight back.
“Really? That’s the only reason? Did you refuse to marry me only because of that, not because you hated me?”
Verce’s pink hair blew mercilessly in the cold wind at the top of the mansion.
Gyerg groaned, more like a moan.
“Twit, you idiot! Little fry man!”
Perhaps because of the wind, Verce stumbled for a moment when she swore and shouted unmistakable words to Gyerg.
I could see he’s astonished and hurriedly moved his hand in the air.
As soon as Gyerg moved his hand, the wind stopped.
“First…….Okay, get down there for now. Come down and talk to me.”
“I don’t want to.”
“Don’t you know it’s dangerous? You want to fall and die?”
“What does it matter?”
“What does it matter if I fall from here and die? You said you wouldn’t save me even if I was in danger in the future!”
Perhaps because the wind stopped, Verce’s voice was clearly heard.
Gyerg looked back at me as fast as the wind sounded.
“You, how far have you been telling her?”
“I told you, everything.”
I delivered it without any cut nor editing.
Verce said again while Gyerg was dumbfounded.
“I’m telling you in advance, don’t touch me. Don’t even think about magically pulling me out of here!”
“You’re a real idiot.”
Tears began to blend in Verce’s voice.
Verce continued, balancing somehow at the unstable top.
“You feel sorry for your future generation? Because it is a mutant, and he’ll be abandoned and unhappy as soon as he’s born.”
“How do you know that?”
“That’s the blood of the half-demon….”
“Not that! That the mutant will be unhappy? How do you know? Whether he’s unhappy or not!”
“Because you’re abandoned by your parents? That’s why it is!”
Verce shouted right after him without a moment to breathe.
“Me too, I was abandoned by my biological parents as soon as I was born! Do you think it’s only that? The foster parents, who took me in for child support, abandoned me in the mountains when they have no money anymore.”
I was calm because I had heard it from her the previous day, but as if it was the first time for Gyerg to hear it, his whole face was stained with surprise.
“Uh, how could they do that to a lovely kid like you… Oh, no, but you’ve never told me that…….”
“Because I didn’t have to.”
“What’s the point? I’m happy now anyway, and I’m happy to see my Master every moment, and I’m grateful to be born beautifully.”
Verce said without hesitation.
The place and appearance of her standing were somewhat precarious, but there was no shaking in her voice.
“What about you, Master? I heard it was a routine for you to be discriminated against in the closed world of demons tribe. Is that why you’re unhappy? Do you regret being alive now?”
“Would you rather not have been born than stay alive and met me?”
As soon as Gyerg unconsciously opened his mouth and denied it, Verce smiled brightly.
It’s far away and I’m not sure what he’s saying, but it probably was true.
“The teacher is selfish and impatient. Why do you judge that the future mutant will be unfortunate?”
The reason I’m staying here is that I was going to help Verce out in the light of the situation.
How miserable my birth was when my biological mother abandoned me with her own hands and ordered her people to kill me.
But how happy I am now.
I was going to tell her that.
But I don’t think that’s necessary. If I look at Gyerg’s face now.
“No matter how handsome, cool, deadly, charming, smart, and knowledgeable you are, the Master is too ignorant!”
I covered my mouth without realizing it.
Gyerg’s face turned red.
“Hey, hey, Verce.”
“The future is still unknown.”
“Nobody knows if the mutant will be unhappy to be born, or happy to meet his fate’s ones like us.”
“Your decision is not a consideration, but selfish dogmatism. You’re taking away the child’s chance to be happy. If you understand what I’m saying–”
Then, Verce tripped while talking and crashed from the top.
Shouting like a scream, Gyerg blew himself up and snatched Verce falling from the air.
Gyerg, holding Verce, magically landed slowly on the ground. I approached them both.
Gyerg, who had a ten-year-old face, stared fiercely at me as I approached him.
“Human, you! If something wrong happens to Verce….”
“Look over there.”
“Look over there.”
The hostile eyes of Gyerg, who I am experiencing for the first time since our first meeting, are new, but the misunderstanding needs to be resolved anyway.
I raised my finger and pointed it near the bottom of the mansion.
Three people on the left. Three people on the right.
“Do you see it?”
Under the eaves of the roof of the mansion where Verce stood, six wizards were waiting.
Needless to say, when Verce fell, they were preparing to catch her by magic.
I brought them with me as if I were trying to win the situation. Those people can get it even if the roof of the mansion falls off.
“Have you found one of them since you got here?”
The wizards were not even hiding.
Rather, they were fully prepared to use magic at any time and showed their presence.
But Gyer didn’t seem to even know they existed until I told him.
That much, his nerves were distracted and all focused on Verce, so he didn’t have a sense of looking around.
I put my hands on my waist and said, looking at Gyerg with a perplexed look on his face.
“Get married, you two.”
“I’ll help you get officiating the marriage, so tell me if you need it.”
I’d better not officiate with a priest just in case, right? Gyerg will hide his identity, but………….
When I thought so, Verce hugged Gyerg’s neck and hung on as if she had waited.
Gyerg had a complex face but eventually did not push Verce away.
I sighed softly and released my hands from my waist.
The reason why Verce climbed to the top of the old mansion and negotiated with Gyerg was simple.
It was definitely dramatic, but…..
‘Maybe that’s why she almost died seven times in the meantime.’
Well, it’s okay because she’s alive now.
Gyerg decided not to stay longer in the Dukedom, but to return directly with Verce.
I was looking at Gyerg leaving and suddenly asked.
“How did Verce find out you were a half-demon?”
As far as I know, Gyerg usually hides his horns.
And if he hides it, he’s a mere human being on appearance.
“That? Washing horns.”
“I was washing my horns before I went to bed, and Verce came in suddenly…….”
There were so many points to point out, so I wondered where to start pointing out, but I just quietly saw Gyerg off.
“Human, you too.”
“Thank you very much.”
Verce bowed her head and greeted me.
‘Maybe the ones coming next time not two, but three.’
If Gyerg ever comes back here again,
“Let’s be happy.”
Verce smiled brightly in response.
It was a little early in the afternoon after seeing off the two people, exactly one-half demon and one human being.
When asked if Ollie, who has made a remarkable contribution as an important agent, wanted to do something, the answer came back as if she had waited.
“I want to go to the lake.”
Come to think of it, it’s been a while since Ollie’s favourite is water play.
Today was quite a warm day in the sun. I thought for a moment and nodded.
“All right, let’s get ready.”
Ollie jumped like a child and was delighted. She’s still a kid, but too cute.
It didn’t take long to get to the nearest lake by carriage.
Ollie dozed off from the carriage all the time and regained her vitality as soon as she got off by the lake.
Ollie, who was jumping, stood in front of Ash and stamped her feet with her arms wide open.
Like a person who has a wish.
As if Ash knew, he took off her top, put it aside, and carried Ollie into the lake.
From a height filled with water up to the waist height, Ash lifted Ollie.
Ollie’s feet lightly touched the water. As if standing on the water.
Ollie grinned as she stepped on her feet in that state.
Then, when Ash held her high enough to reach the point where her feet couldn’t reach anymore, her laughter grew bigger.
I stood a little apart and watched it with my arms crossed.
There was sunlight overhead.
That’s really strange.
I’m sure I don’t have a sun allergy, but why do I keep feeling ticklish?
I bit the tip of my tongue so that it wouldn’t hurt because an unknown laugh was about to pop out.
But it didn’t work very well.
<Side Story End>