n front of me, so the dominoes in front don’t get hurt.
Also because for some reason, I’m being pushed from the back too.

The ripple keeps going until the people in front are pushed forward.
Once the crowd starts moving, the guards forming a wall are overwhelmed and it just keeps pushing forward.

Something is thrown at the surprised head of the church, or rather, the saint.

The guards quickly move to protect him, and he retreats back to where the cardinals are.

Once something has been thrown, the floodgates are open and people keep throwing things.

Food, rocks, pots, wherever they happen to have in hand, they throw towards the saint.
Something hits, and I hear a groan, but that’s quickly drowned out.

It’s out of control.
I know I started it, but I didn’t expect so much.

But this is actually perfect.
I’m not getting another chance like this.

I keep my posture low as I wade through the crowd and approach the front.
I have a gun in my right hand, with bullets imbued with the fire element.
I didn’t get the chance to try them out, but if it doesn’t go well, I’ll have to use magic.

I poke my gun out from the wall of people, aim at the false saint, and the bullet flies out, with its trajectory corrected by a skill.
The silencer muffles the sound quite a bit, but it still makes noise.
I figured it would be like in TV and movies, but maybe I just messed up while making it.

There’s some distance, but my target isn’t moving, so the bullet hits and ignites.
The flames are strong, and wrap up the target instantly.

Some people scream, some cheer, and one…

Laughs very loudly.

“Hahahahaha… What a nice spectacle.”

I hear simple-minded laughter, like he’s really enjoying it.

That voice really stands out among the confusion.
The head of the church, cardinals, priests, and commoners all look towards the boy.

“Cardinal Ado, is something the matter?”

He ignores the old person talking to him.

Everyone’s eyes are on the boy, Cardinal Ado, as he nods towards the head of the church with a satisfied look on his face.

“Good job executing the saint.
It was very amusing, your eminence.”

“W-what are you saying? I did only as the goddess…”

“Ah, that? You mean this?”

‘Saint Mia is a false saint.
The coming stampede is punishment for her attempted deception.’

“H-how do you… Then does that mean…”

“Yes yes, as expected from the head of the church.
It sure helps that your head seems to work fast.
Ah, why did I do this? To kill saint Mia, of course.
A saint is nothing more than a hindrance for the demon king.”

He lets out a big, exasperated sigh.

“It really wasn’t easy, you know? Having to deal with foolish humans like those cardinals, having to live among the stench of humans.
But it’s all good, because today I feel great.
I forgive you.
And it should be starting soon.”

Ado’s eyes look like he’s looking far away, and following his gaze, we can see a forest.
The one where many monsters were found.

“Oh, I know, I’ll tell you something as a reward.”

A guard moves behind Ado to restrain him, but he can’t even get close, as he’s pushed back like something flung him away.

“My name is Adonis, and I will be the one to grant you despair.”

What we see is a boy, still wearing that same extravagant robe, but something is different.
The single horn on his head, and the sinister wings on his back.


Someone whispers, and as if infecting others, chaos spreads.

The crowd that was pushing forward suddenly starts backing away to run from Adonis.

“Now enjoy yourselves humans.
If you survive the coming stampede, we might see each other again.”

Ado says as he laughs and flies up towards the sky, and eventually disappears.

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