|Author: We Ain’t Fish||Original Source: SFACG||Word Count: 2102 characters|
|Translator: Nexus||English Source: Re:Library||Word Count: 1341 words|
|Translation Checker: Silva||Editor(s): Lil Red Imp, Deximus_Maximus|
“St. Caroline Academy?” I looked at the recommendation letter in my hand and murmured.
“Yes, that’s right, St. Caroline Academy.” Professor Flint stared at me with great enthusiasm, as if he was afraid that I wouldn’t agree with his thoughts, “St. Caroline Academy is the most prestigious magic school in the Holy Dragon Empire. It is even ranked as one of the best in the nine kingdoms of mankind. As the foremost institution of the Holy Dragon Empire, it naturally opened a Dragon Language department and there are a lot of people studying every year. Since your Royal Highness thought it was very boring to learn by yourself, you can go there and learn with many people.”
Since coming to this new world and living in the middle of this group of happy-go-lucky dragons, I unconsciously began to forget my former identity. I don’t know when it started, but I’ve completely accepted myself as the dragon princess Lilith. I haven’t even thought of myself as Kaoru, the great ⓑⓔⓔⓟ— in a long time.
Maybe it’s because the life is so happy and simple here, there are no bullies, no discrimination, no rejection, only seemingly silly but actually meticulous dragons. They centered around an otherworlder like me, singing and dancing on the stage with a fan, and pulling me to dance along with them.
I have long since forgotten when it was that I was pulled to the stage and became a part of them. I have long forgotten that I used to be just a lonely spectator curled up in the corner. Perhaps my mother had given me a push ever since I was still in the egg and made me the center of attention, turning me from a lonely spectator to a popular actor.
I’m really really happy during this period of time.
But my heart was like the moon halfway through the month, a small step away from perfection.
Now, this letter is like the missing part of the moon hidden in the shadows, gradually showing its original shape, and letting me know what I want.
I want to… go out and see, not only the human world, but also the elves, beastmen, demons, and monsters in the Sea of Origin.
In my past life, I was bound by my own ⓑⓔⓔⓟ— and was unable to leave, and the furthest my eyes could reach was the border of my ⓑⓔⓔⓟ—, but in this more eccentric, more fantastical world, I did not have those constraints.
Moreover, I feel that a long-extinguished ambition has been reignited in my heart…
I… want a harem!
I want a harem!!
Something that important must be said three times over!
Even though I have been turned into a little girl by those two mentally retarded goddesses, and a 1.4 meters tall blonde loli at that, such an obstacle will not stop me from making a harem!
Becoming a little girl? No problem at all, yuri is still acceptable!!
Blonde loli? That doesn’t matter either, didn’t they say lolis are awesome?
For some reason… I’ve become more excited than ever… hehehe…
Wait, now is not the time to think about these, the most important thing is how to get the mother’s consent. After all, she’s extremely overprotective of me and certainly wouldn’t be able to stand having her daughter leaving on her own, it seems that I have to…
“Since my daughter wants to go, just go.” I suddenly heard my mother’s voice.
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I turned around and saw my mother, who had been standing behind me from god knows when with a gentle smile on her face.
“Why…” I don’t understand why she chose to act like this.
My mother habitually pat my head and said, “I have been thinking about it since you were born. Is my daughter more suitable to live as a dragon or a human. We dragons are extremely long-lived. That longevity can be a curse, which forces us to live with loneliness, but you can’t.”
“However I also…” I wanted to refute my mother. After all, I lived through most of my past life by myself, how could I not stand being alone.
But my mother placed a finger on my lips and bade me not to speak, “I know that you can withstand loneliness, but you are afraid of being alone.”
“As a mother, how could I make my child stay with what she fears the most, so I always try to stay with you. But you…”
My mother’s eyes were slightly dim: “are still more like human beings in the end.”
“Human-like figure, human-like thinking, it’s only natural that you’d be surprised by some of the dragon race’s practices. For example, why do you think we learn things so slowly? Could it really be just because ours brains are all no good? No, in fact, we learn slowly on purpose, we are just giving ourselves something to look forward to doing. Otherwise, the deeply rooted boredom and loneliness would drive us dragons insane.”
“Since you’re more like humans, you might as well go to the Human world.”
I stayed silent for a long time, then I smiled and said, “Okay, but I won’t stay in the human world forever. When I finish learning the Dragon language I’ll come back. After all, this is my home.”
Mom’s smile returned, “Of course, this will always be your home.”
Then she turned around and wiped a crystal clear tears away from the corner of her eyes. Then she clapped her hands at the dragons who were feeling tipsy from drinking, “Alright, that’s enough! All of you get up now. The party is over…”
“Time to change this party’s purpose to Artemis Niger Lilith’s farewell celebration!”
The dragons who were originally noisy suddenly quieted down, all looking at me and my mother, after a while…
“The Crown Princess is leaving?”
“Wh- where is she going?”
“Is it because of something we did, Crown Princess?”
“It’s not.” I shook my head, “I just want to learn the Dragon Language in the human kingdom. Not only the Dragon Language, I also want to learn magic and martial arts, I want to become the most powerful princess in the history of the Dragon Race and let my name, Chaos Dragon Artemis Niger Lilith, resound throughout the world!”
I made such a strong speech, but of course, the most important sentence has yet to be said… I’m afraid that I won’t be able to leave if I say it today.
“As expected of our Crown Princess to have such a lofty ambition.”
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“Precisely, I recall that in the history of the Dragon Race there was a royal princess who nearly conquered the world, and our princess said that she would surpass her. Is she going to start a worldwide campaign? Oh… that’s quite incredible.”
“Crown Princess, if you want to conquer the world, please be sure to call me to be your vanguard.”
“Me too, me too.”
“Add me too!”
“I remember those demon race brats were clamoring about destroying us in the past, it’s best to start with them.”
I watched dumbfounded as the group of dragons jumped up and down while making declarations that they’d conquer the world, itching to immediately armor up and kill their enemies.
This isn’t what my words meant, ya bastards!
“Alright, stop fooling around,” Mom’s eyes suppressed the dragon group whose blood was boiling, “If you are drunk, throw them up immediately. If you ate too much, spit out the food. Akarin, go contact the dragons that are absent, if they don’t come this time they’ll no longer be allowed to return. All dragons without a task, begin re-arranging the venue and make sure to uphold a standard of excellence.”
“We shall present the perfect farewell party for my daughter!” Mom spread out her hands and spoke as if she was the king of the world.
(Volume 1 End)