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Chapter 4-96: Awakening

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Author: We Ain’t Fish Original Source: SFACG Word Count: 2188 characters
Translator: Myuu English Source: Re:Library Word Count: 1341 words
Editor(s): Yanga, Deximus_Maximus

“If you can’t help, does that mean I’m gonna be a sitting duck?” Lilith thought panicky.

The vibration frequency of the hair strands that pierced into her body gradually intensified. If things went on, Lilith’s internal organs would inevitably shatter.

[ Sigh… ]

Sae’s sigh suddenly appeared in her mind.

[ Lady Lilith, have you grown too dependent on the black flame recently? ]

“Dependent? Of course not, I only use it at critical moments.”

[ It doesn’t matter when you use it. When one has a strong weapon on them, they would involuntarily develop a psychological dependence on it. Think about it carefully, Lady Lilith. Is using the black flame the first thing that crossed your mind when you run into any trouble recently? ]


Lilith choked on her words. Sae was right. Ever since she got a taste of how powerful the black flame was, it became the first thing she could think of whenever she encountered a problem.

She always had a bad feeling about the black flame. In fact, she was reluctant to use it at the beginning. She didn’t realize when she began to rely on the black flame to solve her problems like it was a natural thing to do.

She also didn’t know since when she started thinking that she owned the black flame.

[ Carrying on like this will be extremely detrimental to Lady Lilith’s growth. After all, dragons are creatures that can only grow quickly through fighting bloody battles. ]


Lilith asked skeptically. It was really hard for her to imagine those fools back home fighting bloody battles.

They looked more like the type that would make low-class jokes while breathing fire on their enemies’ a̲s̲s̲e̲s̲.

“But I don’t think I can make it out alive on my own in this current situation.”

Lilith tried to free herself, but the intense vibration from the fine hair strand tore her wounds up even more. Lilith had no choice but to stop moving due to the excruciating pain.

The difference between their strengths was simply too big. The monstrous girl named Cornelia didn’t even move a step from the very beginning and didn’t even shift her feet once. Yet, she nearly slammed Lilith, the talented dragon princess, to death up on the wall like a mosquito.

She was obviously not a saint-level being, yet her strength clearly surpassed an ordinary saint-level being. How was that possible?

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Was it just because she was somehow related to a deity? Was it normal for people to flaunt their connections this shameless nowadays? Where was justice for good kids who earned their food through hard work?

[ Her amazing control of power is the reason why she could prevail over you right now, Lady Lilith. Her every move was efficient and wasted not even an extra ounce of her strength, yet it could draw out terrifying power. This is also why I suspect there might be a deity behind her. Only people who have been receiving personal guidance from deities or experts on par to that level, or people who are terrifying ancient monsters are capable of such. ]

“How does that information help me to defeat her?”

[ Lady Lilith, you underestimate your own potential too much. You’re the descendant of Lord Gerald, the most talented genius among dragons in the past thousands of years. Logically speaking, it should be difficult for you to find a worthy opponent that can match up to you. Even in the face of this freak, you should be capable of retaliating. ]

[ However it seems like you haven’t fully released your power for a long time, Lady Lilith. What’s wrong? Could it be that you can’t go all out because you’re weak from your long-term constipation? ]

“Do you want me to throw you into the toilet bowl?”

[ Ugh… My bad… ]

Lilith returned her focus to reality, and Cornelia was still calmly controlling the vibration frequency of her hair strands. Although she said she was in a hurry, she was obviously savoring the joy of torturing a cute and innocent loli like a pervert.

Lilith clenched her fist, intense pain shot into her heart.

But compared to all the pain she had suffered during this period, this was nothing.

Come to think of it, although it has only been less than a month since she traveled, she had suffered quite a lot even with various tools and items at her disposal. Could it be that her, the well-disciplined and kind Lilith, is actually a disaster magnet?

Seems like this world never treats good people right!

The thought drew a sigh from Lilith.

“Cough, cough…!”

Lilith coughed up another mouthful of blood. But apart from severe pain, she was still brimming with energy. It was like these injuries weren’t even pushing her body to its limit.

Truth be told, not even Lilith herself knew what was her limit. This body of hers was like a treasure trove filled with endless treasures waiting to be dug up.

Yet Lilith didn’t want to take the initiative to dig them up.

The more she dug, the more she could sense a strange emotion in her.

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It was a violent, cruel, and merciless emotion that was capable of destroying everything before her.

From what she gathered from the past few times, pain and blood excited her whenever she was in that state.

It almost felt like she wasn’t even being herself. Therefore, Lilith didn’t want the ominous black flame leading her to the same thing. But then again right now…

“Looks like I won’t be seeing this ultimate skill of yours.”

Cornelia finally ran out of patience. Two snowy white hair strands of hers floated in the air, aiming at Lilith’s heart and forehead.


The sound of two sharp objects puncturing the flesh rang out.

Lilith’s body shuddered violently. Her eyes were turned glassy for a moment before glazing over. Her head drooped slowly but her body was still firmly nailed to the wall, like Jesus who was crucified on the cross.

Her only free hand also drooped weakly.


Lesiah heard something akin to shattering noise when she saw the scene. Her trembling hand reached out to Lilith in disbelief as she struggled to get closer to Lilith.

However, Shiloah remained standing in front of her, with that disgusting face of his.

“Ohoho, let’s not have that bloody filth taint your eyes, princess. Why don’t you come with me? I’ll let you feel the bliss that you’ve never felt before.”

Lesiah punched Shiloah. But without any battle qi left in her, she was no different than an athletic little girl.

Her opponent didn’t bother to even defend. He just allowed her fist to connect with his body. It neither hurt nor itched.

It was at this time, despair finally made itself known on the princess’ face.

The fact that Lilith was finished off so easily bored Cornelia. Her subordinates were indeed a little too weak. It seemed like she had to train them more.

“Take care of this. Make sure not a trace is left.”
“Understood,” Shiloah bowed in response.

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Thinking that it was all over, Cornelia turned around and went to the exit of the room without sparing even a glance at Lesiah.

However, she only managed to take a step before…


Hm? What’s that?

Thump. Thump.

Don’t tell me…

Thump. Thump. Thump.

Cornelia looked back in disbelief.

Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump. Thump.

Strong and powerful heartbeats echoed in the room, like the rhythmic beats of a war drum.

A terrifying aura that was at least ten times more terrifying than before enveloped the entire room.

Lilith, who was supposedly dead by now, slowly raised her head. The two long hair strands that were still spinning in her heart and forehead were pushed out of her flesh, before falling to the ground and turning back into ordinary hair.


A cold and bloodthirsty smile crept onto Lilith’s face, her molten gold dragon pupils stared straight at her enemy.

They resembled bloody golden suns.


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