I Was the Savior - Chapter 4
‘This can’t be…’
For the first time, she doubted her dream.
She met him in the temple and in a dream. No matter how great her imagination, could she have created the same fantasy that much?
She knows it’s really ridiculous, but maybe…
‘…I have to find it.’
Yuriel wore only a robe and ran out of the room.
It was the study of the mansion that she ran busily. All sorts of books were packed in the tranquil library.
It is incomparable to the Lorpen Library, but what she was looking for was a very basic history book, so there was no way that it could not be absent.
She didn’t wander very much, but she could get the book she wanted.
[The Founding of Spera and Veiharz]
The Veiharz, who ruled the west, were the founding contributors to the history of the imperial Spera.
The history of all empires comes from myths and all kinds of hypotheses are added.
The age of chaos,
The world tree that the gods gave to humans blossomed the earth and stabilized the world.
It is said that the dragon of light and fire keeps it, and Spera’s first emperor is said to have contracted with the dragon.
And Veiharz was also called the dragon blood clan who inherited the dragon blood.
‘…I thought it was just a myth.’
Yuriel fell into her thoughts as she stroked the old parchment.
‘He kills a monster with a physical ability and mystical power that transcends humanity.’
The rumors surrounding the Veiharz family were abundant, but little was actually known.
‘I don’t know again because the monster exists.’
The reason Veiharz stayed west was because of the decayed land.
To be more precise, it is due to the monsters born in the black earth.
Long ago, a dragon born out of darkness polluted the three counts.
The dragon of light and fire came to kill monsters and succeeded in protecting the world tree, but the dragon also entered the path of death.
When the fallen dragon died, its bodies were scattered all over the continent.
It was a monster born in such a polluted land. The monsters killed their living lives at random.
‘It’s hard to kill a junior monster even if some of the knights run into it.’
The one who killed such a monster with a single knife was the Akron of Veiharz.
The mysterious power has not been accurately revealed. So I felt more suspicious.
She did not doubt that this mythical history had something to do with what happened to her.
The head that was bowing down while reading the book went back to the direction where the sound came.
In front of the door of the study, her father was looking down at Yuriel with an expressionless face.
‘Oh my god.’
I didn’t know that the morning sun was bright because I was so focused.
Her father didn’t like when she was in his den. Yuriel bites her lower mouth.
“What are you doing here?”
It was a cold voice as if the fire command would fall anytime soon.
Yuriel put down her eyes and put the history book in the bookshelf behind her.
“For a bit… I have something to check.”
“Have you ever been to your younger sister?”
Like an excuse, the wrong answer returned to the muttering words.
Yuriel, who couldn’t understand the words for a while, blinked her eyes and made a small nasal sound, “Ah.”
“…No. I didn’t go.”
Yuriel knew that she would be scolded, but she said silently.
She robs her lover, and in the face of her marriage, does she have to go to her sister’s visit, who seduced another man?
Of course, her father didn’t know, but she was emotionally exhausted, Yuriel, hiding her feelings, and she wasn’t sure to see Fiona.
He kicked his tongue and glanced her up and down.
Yuriel, who was trying to bring out her words, was severely wounded by his degrading gaze.
Since her childhood, he has always been.
Far from hiding his affectionate touch, those eyes that seem to see others far away.
His cold gaze was often mixed with contempt.
She didn’t know why he was, but she couldn’t even ask why.
‘That’s why I tried harder.’
She stayed up all night to get a piece of compliment.
However, when Yuriel had excellent grades, her parents comforted Fiona, who was less than her, and when she accidentally earned Yuriel’s lower rating than Fiona, beatings and rants poured out to her.
Still, she loved her younger sister.
Although they would rebuke herself, she had never hated her family.
“…I sincerely cared for Fiona… As her older sister, I gave everything, and why does her father always say so.”
Tears build up in her magenta eyes.
Please, please can’t you give me priority over Fiona even once. I am your daughter too. But why.
“Ha, what did you say now?”
But her eagerness was accepted by her father as her rebellion.
“I can’t stand it. Follow me.”
Her father saw the grief in Yuriel’s eyes as her rebellion. He kicked his tongue and pulled out Yuriel. he didn’t care when she screamed at him.
Her arm, which he caught, was sore as if it were breaking.
As she was dragged, she could see where her father was heading.
It was named ‘reflection room’ and it was a small space where one person could barely lie down.
When I was young, I was trapped so that I was dragged out there even a little wrong.
I have never been in since I was an adult.
She struggled, but couldn’t get her caught arm out.
“Heal your wicked mind here! “
Her father pushed her into the narrow room and he shut the door. The inside that was not used for a long time was hazy and dusty.
I felt a crushing pain on my shoulder. Yuriel, stuck in the wall, curled up her body.
She could hear something beyond the door, but she could understand it properly.
It was dawn, and the ‘reflection room’ was very cold and dark.
She was unable to think properly because of the psychological horror that she had been violated.
“I have to go out…”
It was only her instinct that she had to get out of this place. She struggled to raise her body, and Yuriel approached the door like a creeper.
She shook the door handle.
She rushes the cold iron to break the nails and knocks her skin torn, but the iron gates didn’t even move. Yuriel, exhausted, gasped her breath.
It was the moment she tried to knock on the door again.
She rolled her body in the sudden pain. As if her tummy was torn, she was in pain, so her body leaned.
She felt the vibrations inside her stomach, but she had never been so sick.
“…It hurts, ah… Who, some…”
The fever boiled up at the same time as the excruciating pain. She barely grabbed her reason and knocked on the door desperately.
She wishes anyone to come.
However, this place was too remote for sound to be transmitted.
‘I think I’m going to die…’
It was the first time I had been so painful. She felt fear of dying.
She remembered the face of her father who pushed her. Her mother and her sister wouldn’t even care.
She hated her family for the first time.
She wanted to see the only thing she loved.
“No… it’s not. There…”
I was on the verge of losing my mind. The quiet outside became noisy.
But she didn’t even have the energy to shout for help.
As she exhaled her breathlessly, the iron door, which seemed to never open, slumped like a sheet of paper.
A piece of iron was thrown and the entrance was revealed.
A humming sound.
Someone at the forefront and those with embarrassment.
Because of the heat rising, the eyes were blurred and she couldn’t see well.
“What is this…”
“The Count must be crazy.”
It was a voice with a cold life flowing as if tearing a limb.
As the Count tried to seize the man, he cried out as he grabbed his hand and grabbed his strangely bent wrist.
The servants who followed after a terrible scream supported him, not knowing what to do.
The man didn’t even care about whether the Count rolled the floor or not.
His gaze was only on Yuriel.
“…Oh my god.”
Yuriel, who was able to wake up even in the continuous turmoil, blinked her eyes blankly.
Yuriel tapped her lips small, but the man was focusing the nerves on tying her body.
The touch of wiping off her cold sweat and stroking her blunt stomach felt tender.
This wasn’t the only thing surprising. The pain was diminishing wherever his hand touched it.
Leaning her cheeks on his chest, the familiar scent oozes. Somehow, it seemed like tears would fall.
She looked up at the man holding her with a brighter vision.
The bright blonde as if melting gold, and his bright red eyes were as elegant as red ruby.
A man with a graceful appearance as if he wasn’t human was the one she so desperately hoped for.
Akron, but he couldn’t be here. Yuriel mumbled as if she couldn’t believe it.
“Is this a… a dream?”
Her words narrowed the man’s brow. However, her voice seemed soothing, only to be soothing.
“Dream? No, this is not a dream.”
‘If not, why are you here.’
His sculptural face was distorted with worries.
She carefully reached out her hand and touched Akron’s cheek. The warmth was felt under her trembling hands.
At the same time as her hand touched, his expression seemed to be released.
She was happy with the man’s change, but her eyes kept closing. As she trembled her eyelids, she tried not to close her eyes too.
She was afraid that if she fell asleep now, he would disappear like a mirage. Yuriel gave the strength to her hand, holding his arm.