The Villainous Daughter does not Dance with the Dragon - Chapter 2.2
Chapter 2: Knock off the bad end flag 1.2
(I like Shin-sama, though. I don’t like it. I don’t like the idea of drugging him or forcing him to fulfill my love for him. Neither do I want to end up committing suicide and leave my child behind).
After three days and three nights of fever, I decided.
Let’s not do it, let’s avoid the Remial route.
Honestly, a night with Shin, who was drugged and aroused due to aphrodisiacs, is a fascinating erotic event. I mean, management, why did you include such stills of the villain and the main hero as a bonus…? I don’t want to die a grief-stricken death.
To begin with, I’m a fan of Your Majesty and Shin.
Still, those two, who couldn’t be honest with each other, finally made their feelings known! I want to see it!
But I didn’t call him what I was supposed to call Shin at the first event. I blew a bubble and fell down. I didn’t even slap him.
The flag that caused Shin to laugh at me for being a noble princess and causing Vincent to hate me was broken. I wonder.
Remilia’s behavior at this time has the ears of the royal family, and at the ball immediately afterwards, Remilia’s parents are made to apologize to the current Queen and Shin.
This would later lead to a great deal of trouble.
Remilia didn’t show any disrespect, but from what Azel said, it seems that her mother sent them away without so much as a courtesy.
It’s not good.
I sort through my memories as I swooned in the heat. And I vowed.
Let’s stop, villain.
Let’s give up, first love.
Let’s get back on track, my parents’ home.
I’ve been reborn with my memories. If I could, I would not fall into the sunset, but I would carve out a happy life for myself on the Lemiliate route.
I decided, and half-raised myself.
A snarky voice called out, and Azel flew in.
“Well, sweetheart! You’re awake. Welcome!”
Azel shook my hand with such delight that he cried out.
(Oh, you’re pleased? Yes, I know. I’m afraid if I die, you’ll have to pay for it too.)
In my head, Remilia thoughts speak.
That’s disgusting, it can’t be helped.
You’re not going to be able to find out what’s going on in the world. She’s more concerned about her own self-preservation than the life and death of her prideful employer.
I should at least say that I’m sorry for getting you involved in the mess at home. I sighed at my unorganized thoughts.
“I’m sorry. I don’t know how long I’ve been asleep.”
“Three days, my lady.”
“Do you want Azel to change your clothes?” He asked me if I was going to ask him, so I nodded. At the same time, I ask him to bring me some letterhead.
“Letterhead?” I gently turned over to Azel, who looked at me curiously. Am I simply sleepy when I do it? But if you’re as pretty as Remilia, it’s probably a bit of a gesture.
“It’s a good thing that you’re not the one who saved us, right? It was Shin-sama and Vincen-sama, right? Has Mother properly thanked him?”
At my sad question, Azel’s voice was uptight, but of course! I nodded.
“You’re a terrible liar,” cartoon voice tutor.
“But, Azel-san, I heard in my dreams that you were having a conversation with Sabia-sensei.”
It says that I put it in Azel’s face.
You said it, didn’t you, Azel? I remembered the conversation between Azel and Sabia-sensei that I had heard in my sleep.
“Impossible. Shin-sama and Vincent-sama saved Milady! You didn’t even thank me for turning them away! How rude.”
“Shh, Azel-san. Don’t say that often.”
“But! …Isn’t it customary for the head of the family to at least pay his respects?”
The cartoon voice, I think, seriously kinks – it gives me a headache, and I open my eyes thin.
The overall story of Azel’s story.
The butler answered the door.
The butler greeted.
They left in the mud.
It seemed to be something like that.
I wonder what would happen if the palace found out about this.
And the rose-crazed father, who was supposed to be at home, didn’t seem to have come to see Mumme.
“Oh, I’m sorry for that, Remilia-sama.”
Azel is well educated and knowledgeable, but he’s very light spoken. I don’t know why he’s being Remilia’s aide.
Well, in the endgame ‘I hated Remilia’ etc. from the beginning! And then he betrayed me.
I laughed and showed him my oldest (I’m over thirty if you put my previous life plus Remilia together) with plenty of room.
“It is good. You’re right.”
Azel looks at me suspiciously. That’s right. If it was the usual Remilia, she’d choke the soft-spoken, less loyal Azel to shreds.
But I don’t want to continue to be rude. But I don’t want to thank you publicly and have your mother be angry with me…
Giggling, she burst into tears.
He laid his white fish hand on Azel’s and stared into her eyes.
“I will write to you to thank you. You’re familiar with the head maid, aren’t you?”
So when I asked him to give it to me via that, Azel gasped.
“How did you know?”
Azel is a bit disconcerted when I point out to him that he’s hiding something from me.
It’s not that the head maid is neutral to the new and old royal family, so it’s not a bad thing to get to know them. But I guess he didn’t want me to know too much about it.
It would be unpleasant if Remilia’s parents found out that she was good friends with someone from the royal palace.
I laughed and tilted my head (I couldn’t say that I knew about the game – I couldn’t say that I knew about the game), “I know a lot of things, too.
“I’m going to write you a heartfelt letter, so could you ask me to sneak it to you?”
Azel thought about it for a moment and then nodded, that was it.
In the end, he wrote two letters.
Shin and – not Vincent.
The moment he finds out that they are from me, he’s going to burn them.
That doesn’t make any sense, so I’ll write to Vincent’s adoptive father, Lord Juncker.
He says, “Thank you for helping me.”
“I’m sorry for the delay in thanking you because of the high fever. I would like to thank you again, but there are certain circumstances that prevent me from thanking you publicly, so please write to me first.”
Is it a bit stiff for a ten-year-old to write a letter? I thought, but oh well.
What I need to do is to knock down the flag that the Dukes of Kalish are about to raise right now, a flag that is tainting the authority of the royal court, and that’s what I need to do.
I hope you’ll forgive me, Master Juncker may be eager to make an issue of this and make it difficult for the Vaza family, but if the letter comes, I can’t blame him too publicly.
Once Azel had read the letter and agreed, he hurriedly left the room.
I lay down on the bed again, looking at Azel’s strangely touched profile.
Azel is light-mouthed.
It’s already fluffy.
He’s not a bad person, but there’s a part of him that seems to live on rumors as his main source of food.
So I’m sure he will surely speak in that well-sounding voice as a story between him and me about the address and content of the letter.
Already, the story of Remilia’s rescue by Shin would be told to some of the earliest faces, followed by the spread of the story of Miss Remilia’s disobedience to her parents, who were renowned for their brilliance and disobedience, and thanked her.
Even if it was unofficial since the old royal family apologized for the disrespect, the royal palace wouldn’t make the problem any bigger, it should.
I closed my eyes, hoping that was the case.
Maybe I should be more careful.
I had an idea, but that was too much for my sick mind.
Drowsiness that seemed to be dragging on in the back of my mind.
Let’s go to bed first.
I have to bring my fever down first.
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