Chapter 4-30: For Your Own Good

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2315 characters
Translator: Myuu English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1403 words
Editor(s): Yanga, Deximus_Maximus

Endless darkness and void surrounded her.

It was like she was at the bottom of the ocean. There was nothing, save for the faint glow above her head in the distance.

She could sense an extremely familiar aura within the glow.

Lilith shook her head slightly and immediately remembered where she was.

“Long time no see, my other self.”

Not far away in front of her, the ‘Lilith’ in the mirror greeted her with a playful smile.

Sure enough, she was in her own body — the place where the other ‘Lilith’ was sealed away.

“Oh my, we meet again so soon. It seems like my other self isn’t doing that well outside.”
“Not really. I’m having a rather good time.”
“Oh? Strange. By right, you can only enter this place when you are in a near-death situation.”

Lilith couldn’t refute that because she just got stabbed in her heart by a sword.

Even at this moment, she still had chills in her chest.

“So? Is the thing I gave you useful?”
“What thing?”
“Don’t act stupid, I’m talking about this.”

The ‘Lilith’ in the mirror raised her palm, showing a ball burning of black flames.

Lilith narrowed her eyes slightly. The black flames definitely left an extremely deep impression on her. It was invincible, like it could engulf, obstruct, and change everything. Such power left a lingering fear in her heart whenever she thought of it.

“Judging from the look on your face, it seems like you ran into yet another powerful enemy? Do you wish to borrow it again?”

The ‘Lilith’ in the mirror was taken aback for a moment, as though she didn’t expect Lilith’s firm refusal.

“My intuition tells me that something bad will happen if I keep relying on that thing.”

The ‘Lilith’ in the mirror covered her mouth and burst into laughter like she had just heard the funniest joke in her life.

“But still, you used it. The portion I gave you last time was definitely more than enough for a war. You must have used it elsewhere.”
“None of your business.”
“Of course. I just want to remind you… no, my other self… Stop wasting your efforts on others. You’re destined for a lonely future because of your identity.”

As a dragon princess?

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Just when Lilith wanted to further pursue this conversation, mysterious golden runes started appearing all over the body of that ‘Lilith’ in the mirror.

The golden runes ate away the body of that ‘Lilith’ in the mirror. Like worms, they wriggled into her skin. The other ‘Lilith’ looked like she was suffering from great pain. She wailed and rolled all over the floor.


The ‘Lilith’ in the mirror let out twisted laughs. “I can’t say more than that. You’ll find out one day.”

“Find out what?”

The ‘Lilith’ in the mirror wore that playful smile on her face again and stopped talking.


Just when Lilith was going to continue pressing, she suddenly felt the sky spin.

Unlike the last time when she left on her own will, it seemed like she was being forcefully driven away by some kind of force this time.


The surprised look on the guy in black entered her field of vision.

Was she awake?

Lilith touched her chest, only to find that her wound had perfectly healed up.

As expected, this body would still fully recover even if she got stabbed in her heart.

It would seem like death was an extremely difficult thing for this body.

“You’re not dead yet?!”
“Of course not. I just got stabbed in my heart. That’s not enough to kill me.”

The corners of the guy’s eyes twitched. “Not enough?! Gods, is the heart just a dispensable organ for you?”

Lilith tilted her head to the side and thought for a moment. “Why don’t you try stabbing me in my head next time? Who knows that might really kill me,” she suggested.

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This was the first time he met someone who would give suggestions to their enemies on how to kill them.

“Don’t tell me you are… a dragon…”

The guy in black finally found a clue.

Strong physique…

Terrifying speed of recovery…

Golden pupils that involuntarily activated when the body was undergoing an extensive self-repair…

And that faint dragon aura she exuded…

All of these were the characteristics that could be exhibited by a pure-blooded dragon.

“Indeed, I’m a dragon.”

Since the guy had discovered the truth, Lilith had no intentions of hiding it either.

However, her calm attitude aroused the suspicion of the guy in black. “Wait, why would a high and mighty dragon choose to attend a human academy?”

“Can’t be because you’re here to experience life, right?”

“That’s not right… A transformed dragon would be a saint. But you sure don’t look like one no matter how I look at it.”

“I’m just exceptionally gifted at an early age, okay?!”

“That doesn’t make any sense! A dragon’s heritage flows through their blood. Dragon language spells should come naturally to them. But you obviously look like you don’t know how to use any high-level spells!”

“Where did all those questions come from?!?!”

Lilith could understand his suspicions, but how dare he say all those hurtful things! Did his mother never teach him how to speak nicely?!

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“I knew it, you’re a fake!” The guy in black nodded confidently.



She usually hid her identity and didn’t even dare to flaunt it. Now that she finally admitted it, she was doubted?!

What did he take me for?!


Lilith was going to reach for a scroll and unleash it on him, but couldn’t find anything.

She lowered her head, only to find that there was nothing in her grasp.

“Are you looking for this?”

The guy in black waved the little shiny toy in his hand, which was none other than Lilith’s lost storage ring.

“Give it back!”
“Give it back? Impossible. This is my spoil of war.”

The guy played with Lilith’s storage ring and sighed in amazement, “I’ve never seen such a high-quality storage ring. I guess it’s worth considering that your identity as a dragon might be true.”

“I’d advise you to return the ring. Otherwise, you’ll regret it.”

“Regret? You’re saying that a dragon would choose to start a war with a demigod-level demon over a mere ring? Besides, I heard that dragons love to collect treasures. I happen to have great interest in the things stored inside this ring.”

“Seriously, let me warn you again. Forget about the things in there. They’re not something you can touch.”

“You’re talking about the spiritual mark on this ring, right?”

The guy smiled confidently, unleashing an aura that belonged to a saint-level expert. “What a coincidence, I am very confident in my spiritual power.”

To remain undiscovered in this academy for such a long time and being able to set up a barrier under the noses of so many powerful figures without being detected, there was nothing to doubt about the strength of this guy.

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His spiritual power in particular was considered to be outstanding even among the elite demons.

“This has nothing to do with your confidence! Return the ring quickly. I’m saying this for your own good, okay?”

“Haha! The more you say that, the more I want to know what’s inside!”

And so, the guy ignored Lilith’s dissuasion. He slowly focused his spiritual power into the ring and tried to erase the spiritual mark of its original owner.

As soon as his spiritual power came into contact with the mark on the ring, the guy in black started shaking uncontrollably.

It was fear.

Then followed by despair.

He finally understood why Lilith had warned him not to touch the ring.

However, it was too late.

Thousands of miles away, a creature sitting on her throne slowly opened her eyes. Her golden dragon pupils penetrated through space and met directly with his eyes.

They were overflowing with killing intent.

“Are you seeking death, worm?”

And then…


The guy’s head exploded like a ripe watermelon.


Lilith picked up the storage ring that had been personally enchanted by her mother. She wiped away the bloodstains on it, then put it back on her finger.

“I already said it was for your own good. Why didn’t you listen?” she sighed.


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