The Obedient Saint Was Made a Scapegoat, so She Decided To Be Reborn as a Villainess – Chapter 10

The Obedient Saint Was Made a Scapegoat, so She Decided To Be Reborn as a Villainess

Chapter 10


I chose to secretly escape without being found by anyone.

I put the flower doll that Rose made for me in the coffin.

This doll was made from flowers by Rose’s magic, and it was so intricately made that it was impossible to tell it was fake at first glance. With this, I shouldn’t have to worry about being caught for a while.

Thanks to Rose, I was able to easily escape from the church.

She could open any lock and easily put people to sleep with her magic if she passed them in the hallway.

While impressed, I couldn’t help but think that if I had such a convenient spirit nearby, I could have lived more easily if I had just summoned her before.

“Anna, where are we going after leaving the church?”

Rose asked me with hopeful eyes.

“Well…for now, let’s leave the capital and go to another city.”

“That sounds great! Shall I bring out a carriage for us?” 

Rose said excitedly while flying around in circles.

When we went outside, she really did bring out a carriage that looked like a rose. It was pulled by a white horse that looked very noble and the carriage itself glimmered faintly.

“Let’s go, Anna.”

Rose pulled my sleeve with her small hand, and I got into the carriage.

By the time we arrived at the nearest city from the capital, the sky had already turned white. 

For now, I decided to start with finding a place to stay. Rose turned flowers blooming on the roadside into jewels and turned discarded cloth scraps into silk, so the lodging fee was easily saved.

I worried that they might turn back into their original form later… but she shook her head vigorously. It doesn’t matter to me. From now on, I will only think about myself and live my life.

When I was in the coffin, I strongly thought that I didn’t want this kind of ending.

I finally got out. This time, I will live as I please, even if I have to kick someone down, instead of living a boring life where I just obey others.

As soon as I arrived at the inn, I started preparing. There is something I have already decided to do.

I will prepare here and go back to that church once again. 


After spending about a month in that town, I rode in the carriage that Rose had arranged for me and headed back to the church in the capital where I had been living.

I was wearing a red dress with black lace trim that I would never have thought of wearing before.

Sitting across from me in the carriage was a gentleman with pink hair wearing a white suit. This was Rose, who had transformed. Apparently, spirits can transform into anyone they like regardless of gender. Rose was smiling as she looked at me.

“Anna…I mean, Roseline starting today?”

“That’s right. Be careful not to use the name Anna.”

“I understand! Leave it to me.”

“Also, since you’re currently transformed into a man, it’s better to use appropriate language.”

When I said that, Rose covered her mouth and mumbled.

From today on, I decided to live as a human named Roseline and abandon the name Anna. Since my appearance had changed completely, no one at the church would recognize me.

The condition for working at the church is to have even a little bit of light magic power, and if you have the ability to perceive spirits, you can become a saint.

Now, I could certainly become a saint again. This time, I won’t let myself be used. I’ll make full use of my title as a saint. 

While I was lost in thought, the carriage arrived at the church.

“Excuse me, I would like to meet with the bishop.”

I spoke to one of the two gatekeepers, who turned around with a look of annoyance. However, as soon as our eyes met, his eyes widened and he broke into a big smile.

“Oh, please come in! What brings you here?”

“I can’t say much, but I have something to discuss.”

“Understood. I’ll let you in right away. Please come this way.”

I followed the gatekeeper, wondering if it was okay to let someone in who they didn’t know the purpose of. 

“The bishop has a visitor.”

The gatekeeper informed the bishop through the communication device at the entrance and then left with a smile.

I knew that man from my time with Anna. He had mocked me as if I were a servant, but now he was treating me with such a different attitude that it left me dumbfounded.

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