th that expression, but no one had asked me that question before.


“As for Tilly, she’s going to live with Mom, Dad, and Luna forever.”


Rock Sana laughed softly, emphasizing the word “forever.”


“Our Tilly knows how to look pretty sometimes.”


“Of course, at the age of four, when your mental age is that of an adult, this level of wickedness is to be expected, Miss Rock Sana.”


Still, Rock Sana’s expression brightened, so it was worth being teased and speaking in third person.


“Why? Can’t we live together forever?”


“Not forever, but we’ll live together for quite a long time.”

“But why did dad suddenly say that?”


“Because the prince of the neighboring country has to stay away from their king for a long time.”




“So I think dad thought of our Tilly.”


Roxana also had a similar expression to Julian’s.
However, even though she knew that Roxana was saddened by the mention of the prince of the neighboring country, I couldn’t comfort her.
The prince of the neighboring country was the villain and protagonist of this novel.
I remembered looking up at the ceiling, thinking that this was the time when he would come over to the empire.




Lost in thought, she rocked Royina’s cradle.


Three noble families that protect the world from evil spirits.


The Aselius royal family, the Celis royal family that purifies, and the Lemetio ducal family that heals.


Well, they had given them names that sounded plausible, but if you thought about it easily, it was like a tank-healer party play.


Children who awaken their abilities in this generation and become the last protectors.


The male lead, Ryan Celis.


The female lead, Royina Lemetio.


The sub-male lead, Aegis Aselius.


I am known for making protagonists that are strong and impressive.


The female lead and sub-male lead of this novel were rare characters who had no unfortunate childhood.
Even if you just watched them as toddlers, you could see how much Yulian and Roxana loved their children, and how good an environment Nora and Royina grew up in.


However, Ryan was not the male lead.


Former Queen Selis, who was the mother of Ryan, died shortly after giving birth to him.
King Selis then married a second queen, who gave birth to a prince a year ago.


Due to the stepmother’s desire to make her own children the crown prince, Ryan, who was just five years old, had been threatened for over a year at the palace.


Of course, King Selis, who was the father of the protagonist, knew about this.


However, most people with abilities from the three families are educated to become moral and altruistic individuals to a terrible extent.
Therefore, they were not suitable for rulers.
As a result, a suitable family or individual under the jurisdiction took control instead of the family with abilities, and most of the family members of the three families with abilities were just names wearing the crown.


The problem is that the family of the queen who currently holds the real power of the Selis royal family is incompetent and greedy.


The Aser Empire also experienced such a thing when Emperor Julian was young.
Although the two of them couldn’t stand the country rotting away, they were very unusual cases who jumped into politics themselves and turned everything upside down with dirty hands.


However, King Selis was a typical person from the three families.



Although he knew that the queen was tormenting Ryan, he had no power to intervene in the power struggle, nor was he someone who would choose one of his two young princes to be killed.


All he could do was create a suitable excuse to request help from the other two families to protect the young prince from the threat of assassination.


In the end, Ryan was sent to the empire as a pretext for studying abroad, and he and Asa grew up together, forming a bond.


They only spent about a year together.


It was the only happy year of Ryan’s unfortunate childhood.


I set it up this way so that the pain of the prince’s misfortune would be felt more acutely after experiencing the sweetness of happiness, and for the sake of the bond between the prince and his sub-prince.


Although the outcome was already determined, Urien, who had the power of choice, seemed to have many concerns.
It would be difficult to refuse when considering the three families, but he did not know what disadvantages he might face if he adopted the prince.




After I let out a sigh, Royina waved her hand towards me and let out a whimper.


I wiped away Royina’s drool.
It was strange that even a baby who drooled like this would eventually go to the battlefield.
It made me feel uneasy.


It was me who set it up that way.


“I should go get a snack.”


I tried to take my hand off Royina, but she grabbed onto my hand.






“Ah-oo, ooh!”


Whenever I tried to pull my hand away, Royina shouted in an incomprehensible whimper as if she were protesting.


“Maybe the baby doesn’t want to be separated from you, miss.”


“No way.”


“No, really.
From what I’ve observed for a few days, the baby definitely likes you very much.”



When I saw Royina laughing like a drum in response to the nanny’s words, a smile came to my lips involuntarily.
The nanny saw her and hurriedly went to a corner to catch her breath.


“What’s wrong, Yumo?”


“No, miss.
My heart suddenly started hurting.”


‘I think she got emotional.’


I inwardly clicked my tongue and watched Yumo, who didn’t know what to do with her happiness.


The nanny Yumo didn’t appear very often in the story, so there wasn’t a detailed description of her.
She was just described as a kind person who loved children very much, but that was to be expected since she was the protagonist’s nanny who had grown up being loved.


I can confidently say that I had never imagined a nanny acting so exuberantly before.

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