I’ll Become a Villainess That Will Go Down in History Ch. 7

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When I get to the garden I see that aside from my brothers, there are couple of other people present as well.

Somehow, there seems to be a dazzling aura surrounding just my brothers and those other boys.

I wonder who they are…… Wait, aren’t those the heroine’s Capture Targets? I never would have imagined meeting them here in the garden like this.

But now that I think about it…. I think my brothers were pretty close friends with them.

Before any of them see me, I hide behind a bush out of sight so that I can observe them first without them noticing me.

Their faces are so handsome that I feel like if I keep looking at them, I might end up going blind.

But, I’m really lucky that I’ll be able to meet them so soon. I should take this chance to show them my evilness ahead of schedule.

While I continue to stare at their faces, I frantically try to recall everything I know about them from my previous life.

The one with burning red hair should be Eric Hardson, currently 10 years old. His specialty is fire magic and even among all those handsome guys, he’s the tallest.

And that one with shining golden hair should be Finn Smith, also 10 years old. He specializes in light magic and is also the shortest of the bunch, giving off a cute, childish impression.

The guy with the mysterious, silver hair is probably Gayle Evans. He’s 12 years old and his specialty is wind magic. He wears glasses and seems to be the mature type.

Next we have Curtis Kenwood. He’s 12-years-old and has dark green hair that really seems to suit his personality. He specializes in greenery magic and probably has the most sex appeal out of the group.

Greenery magic, by the way, is not one of the five main aristocratic elements. Aside from the main elements of darkness, light, water, wind, and fire there are a lot of other types of magic that exist in this world.

And even within the main aristocratic elements, there is a hierarchy that exists with darkness being the strongest and fire being the weakest.

Looking back, I notice that there’s only one unidentified boy left… That means he must be the King’s son, Duke Seeker. He’s also 12 years old and specializes in water magic. With hair as blue as the ocean and slightly sun-kissed skin, he’s a true beauty. He’s also quite tall as well…. exactly my type.

Even though he’s standing in a group of handsome boys, you can tell at a glance that his aura is somehow different from theirs.

The unfortunate thing is that in the normal, happy ending, he and the heroine end up becoming quite close….

I guess there’s no helping it then. I’ll have to let the heroine have this one.

Okay, that’s enough information for now. It’s time to go introduce myself.

I take in a deep breath and then point myself in the direction of that ring of beautiful guys.

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No! What sort of villainess just gives up her man because of a reason like that!? Fight! You need to fight for him! XD He’s your type right!? (And in the manga, he’s my type too lol so it has to be him!!!)

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    1. Yeah…. I’m thinking the author for the novel was sticking with giving the boys hair colors that are representative of their corresponding magic powers whereas the mangaka took some creative liberties….? In my head, I’m planning to picture him like in the manga, which is where that cover came from 😂😅

  1. The most soft-hearted villainess in the world hahahaha!
    And he’s her type!
    Thanks for the chapter.

  2. Thanks for the chapter ^_^
    I wonder how many will fall for her when she shows them her villainous behaviour lol

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