The Obedient Saint Was Made a Scapegoat, so She Decided To Be Reborn as a Villainess – Chapter 9

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

Chapter 9

The spirit is flying around happily in the small coffin. My mind couldn’t keep up with reality at all.

“Um, are you really a spirit?”

“Yes! I’m Rose, Anna’s guardian spirit. I’m so happy you allowed me to come out for the first time.”

Rose says while flapping her wings.

“What do you mean by ‘allowed you to come out’? Have you been coming out whenever I ordered you to?”

“Yes, that’s right. Spirits like me cannot appear without our master’s orders. It’s troublesome.”

Rose crosses her arms and nods with a serious face.

All I could see until now was the light of the spirits. I thought that I could only see the clear form of a spirit in a more powerful saint that would be recorded in history books.

But to be able to see it so easily like this…

I remember that I had just decided that it wouldn’t end like this. I can’t just be mesmerized by this surprising phenomenon.

“You’re a spirit, right? Can you get me out of here?”

“Of course! It’s easy!”

As Rose says this and raises both hands, the lid of the coffin opens easily and falls to the floor. I stare at the scene in amazement.

“See, it’s open!” 

Rose said that with a proud look on her face. I timidly sat up, feeling pain all over my body. It was the first time I had taken a position other than lying down in a long time.

It was dark outside the coffin, but the moonlight shining through the window was nostalgic, and tears flowed unconsciously.

“Even while Anna was trapped, I kept sending her strength so she wouldn’t die! I’m a capable girl, you know?”

Rose said, puffing out her chest. Has it really been two weeks since then? She was kind to do that, but it was a big deal.

However, I reconsidered and thought that I should be grateful for that now.

I am alive thanks to Rose. If I’m alive, I can do anything. For example, I can make trouble for the people in the church or Prince Virgil.

“Anna, can I be of use to you? Won’t you make a contract with me?”

Rose sat on my lap and stared at me with big eyes.

“A contract?”

“Yes, a contract! Since I’m Anna’s guardian spirit and we have great compatibility, if we make a formal contract, you’ll be able to use much more powerful magic than you can now. Let’s make a contract!”

Rose enthusiastically urged me on. Without hesitation, I nodded.

“Okay. Let’s do it. A contract.”


“Yes. What do I need to do?”

According to Rose, making a contract is as simple as placing the spirit on your palm and reciting a spell. I recited the spell as prompted.

Then, everything around me was enveloped in a dazzling light in an instant.

My body was throbbing with pain. It felt like I was losing myself.

“What… is this…” 

My voice became hoarse from the shock. My whole body felt strange. My consciousness gradually became hazy.

When the pain and dizziness finally subsided, I was breathing heavily.

Rose looked pleased as she held up a mirror that she had taken out from somewhere and pointed it towards me.

“Contract complete! From today, Anna and I are one entity.”

“Who is this?”

The woman reflected in the mirror was not the familiar plain-looking girl with brown hair and eyes. Instead, there was an incredibly beautiful person with long, vivid red hair, cat-like golden eyes, and lips as red as blood. I had never seen anyone so beautiful before.

“When Anna and I make a contract, you become like this. It’s so beautiful,” Rose said with a smile.

The woman in the mirror and Rose looked somewhat alike. However, I never thought that just by making a contract with a spirit, my appearance would change.

After staring at the mirror in shock for a while, I asked Rose what I needed to do first instead of being surprised.

“Rose, I want to escape from here. How can I do it?”

“That’s easy! Do you want to escape dramatically or quietly without being noticed? You can choose whichever you like!” 

Rose said while flapping her wings. My heart was pounding so loudly that it hurt. I felt more excited than ever before.

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