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I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: Chapter 1 Part 2

“Do you really think the missing Second Prince is dead?”

“Even if he is alive, what could he possibly do?”

“What do you think, how long will the empire last after he becomes the Emperor? Go out and take a look for yourself. Instead of a head of a snake, the place is swarming with tails. It would be a relief if they were even snake tails. You’re trying to accomplish something leading humans who are like insects swarming over rotten flesh, the pinnacle of vermin?”

He sneered without a trace of a smile. As the temperature of Nox’s voice dropped, Dolan’s face twisted with red anger. Nox found him despicable and hateful. The foolish and stupid father. If only his mother hadn’t fallen ill, things wouldn’t have come to this.

“You bastard!”

Nox easily pushed away his father, who rushed at him, trying to grab him by the collar. His body, honed by swordsmanship and training, was incomparable to his skeletal father’s body. Dolan, who barely avoided collapsing in a pitiful heap, pointed at him angrily, unable to hide his fury.

“It’s always the same with you, always pretending to be so clean, so noble!”

His father’s wheezing breath was hot. Nox found it repellent as it reached him. He silently scoffed at his father’s words, countering them in his mind. Well, I discarded that pretense of nobility when I abandoned that child in my youth.

“You will soon realize that my choice was correct! I will stand by the side of His Royal Highness, the Crown Prince, who will soon become the Emperor, and share in a glory more resplendent than ever before!”

“Resplendent glory? Are you talking about the glory that allows you to take your fill of defenseless children like trash?”

Nox laughed, his face twisting as if he had seen something filthy. Dolan, face turning scarlet once again, charged at him.

“You bastard!”

At that moment, a scream erupted inside the hall along with his shout. Dolan widened his eyes and turned towards the inner part of the hall. It was an unfortunate disturbance that should not happen in the hall where His Highness the Crown Prince was soon to arrive for a party. He thought he needed to find out what was happening and correct it immediately. But before he could complete his thought, another scream sounded. One, two, three, then more and more overlapped, creating endless noise.

“Glory, huh? I doubt that.”

Dolan didn’t even realize Nox had said something as he rushed out of the terrace. Behind the flapping curtains was chaos. Noblewomen, decked out like peac**ks, scattered and ran towards the corners, chased by knights bearing swords. The knights moved sluggishly as if they were hunters who had started their hunt or predators that had cornered their prey enough.

The armors the knights wore were not the golden armor of the palace guards but old, faded armors. The gray armor, marked with the signs of newly spilled blood over washed-out bloodstains, was itself a daunting threat.

“What is this madness in the palace! This is treason!”

An old man, like a ragged crow, mustered the courage to protest, and a snicker erupted from among the gray armors. The crowd parted like clouds before the rain, and a figure clad in off-white armor strode forward. Old, yet it was the cleanest and brightest among them. The man in the off-white armor did not hesitate to take off his helmet. Simultaneously, chaos erupted in various places.

“The Second Prince…”

The Second Prince, with his brownish-auburn hair and round eyes, folded his gaze with a kind gesture.

“Treason, you say? I wonder whose treason you speak of.”

His face, unfitting for the situation, lit up with a gentle smile. Those who could not understand why the Second Prince, who had disappeared on the night of the Emperor’s death, was here, showed their confusion as they looked around for a way out.

But Nox, following his father, had come out onto the terrace and stood at the very back. Thanks to being a bit taller than the others, he had a good view of the situation. His father, Dolan, who had pledged all loyalty to the Crown Prince, pushed through the crowd and boldly stood before the Second Prince.

“What is this madness! His Royal Highness the Crown Prince is due to arrive any moment. By what confidence do you act so recklessly, Second Prince?”


The Second Prince, Peltion Andras Daedalontz, smiled even more on his gentle face. That face, usually looking kind due to his round eyes, now carried a dark stain.

Instead of replying to Dolan, he stepped aside and raised his arm as if introducing someone.

“Well, there’s been some talk until now, right?”

As Peltion moved aside, someone approached. Clad in the same gray armor but standing a good head taller than the rest, the dark-cloaked figure dripped with something deeply crimson. There was no need to say what it was. As he approached, the scent of blood wafted over, already furious.

Dolan, failing to grasp the situation, looked around in confusion. The Crown Prince, His Highness who was to be elevated by the Emperor. But people’s gazes were fixed on the bloody gray-armored figure, not like Dolan’s.

Specifically, on what he held in his hand. A chilling silence of horror and fear swept over the hall.

“Your Crown Prince is right here.”

With a thud, a sound like a lump of mud dropped. For a moment, Dolan felt a momentary deafness, as if he were old and big noises rendered him temporarily unable to hear.

“No, impossible…”

No, it was perhaps that his mind had started to reject reality, refusing to acknowledge what he saw. The blood-soaked golden hair, the half-open green eyes—it was unmistakably the head of Beolantz, the Crown Prince whom he had devoted his life to serving.

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I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: 
												Chapter 2 Part 1

I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: Chapter 2 Part 1

Dolan collapsed onto the floor, clutching his blood-soaked head with both hands. The future he had envisioned, in which his son, who had always disregarded him, would kneel before him and admit that his judgment was foolish, was now crumbling before his eyes.

Despite believing that he could get his revenge on those who always pointed fingers at him for being foolish and greedy, his efforts ended with just a lump of flesh in his embrace.

It couldn’t be. This just couldn’t be. Feltyon looked down coldly at Dolan’s cries of despair and declared sharply,

“Prince Beorantz Ditrod Daidalontz is to be executed immediately for the crimes of regicide and attempted royal murder. The empress, as his accomplice, will be dethroned and confined to the imperial harem pending trial. And…”

His usually warm, auburn eyes now swept across those present like the sharp blade of a knife.

“Everyone present here is sufficiently suspected of having partaken in His Imperial Majesty’s assassination. They will be detained and interrogated.”

“We are innocent!” people cried out desperately from all sides, but the knights in gray armor began to seize them, forcing them to kneel as if they were corralling feeble animals.

Nox watched the chaotic scene with an unreal expression in the midst of it all. There were many trying to escape to the terrace, but nobody reached out to him as he stood motionless.

Surveying the surroundings with detachment, Nox’s eyes suddenly met Feltyon’s. A faint disgust flickered in Feltyon’s gaze. In that moment, Nox furrowed his brow, sensing that something was terribly wrong.

“And for those against whom there is concrete evidence of involvement in the assassination of His Imperial Majesty.”

Two knights approached Nox from behind and grabbed his arms. The black suit that had been enveloping his body got wrinkled in an instant.

Nox was dragged to the front and forced to kneel before Feltyon. Next to him, his father still clutched the head of the crown prince. Nox, rather than begging for mercy, lifted his head and stared straight into Feltyon’s auburn eyes.

“You cannot do this to me.”

Nox gritted his teeth. The emperor had wished to pass the throne to the second prince, not the crown prince. Nox had known this fact all along. But starting with his father, the patriarch, all the foolish elders of the family only saw what was in front of them and supported the crown prince with their power.

The emperor was physically frail but was by no means lacking in intelligence. Believing it could somehow be overturned—after all, the second prince was far superior to the crown prince—the Nox consistently provided information to the spy that the second prince had planted within their family.

‘I didn’t know about the assassination of the emperor, but I was the one who passed on the information about the attack on the second prince…’

He had thought he might not be able to save his family, but at least his life could be spared. However, given the current situation, Nox could not precisely gauge Feltyon’s intentions. Nox recalled the last letter Feltyon had sent him.

[A new dawn will soon rise. Just endure a little longer. Even though a false sun will ascend, it shall fall struck by an arrow. I have received the message that came as a bird. My thanks.]

And in that interval, Feltyon’s firm voice cut through like a knife.

“The crime of attempting to assassinate the sun of the empire is grave; therefore, you shall be executed here and now.”

Nox’s brow crumpled. Could it be, was he thinking of discarding Nox after use? He had thought only his foolish father was to blame.

Yet even so, no voice escaped him begging for his life. Just a sense of futility, thinking, so this is how it ends.

Even as Feltyon’s dark green eyes pierced him like daggers, he maintained a numb expression and raised his hand.

The knights standing beside Dolan and Nox did not hesitate to lift their swords. The cool sensation of the blade touching momentarily, assessing where to strike. And then, at that moment.

“Your Highness, I have a request.”

An unfamiliar voice interjected. Nox raised his gaze to look beside the second prince. A knight in gray armor, the one who had arrived with the crown prince’s head, was looking down at Nox from Feltyon’s side.

Hearing that strange voice, Nox felt an eerie sensation.

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