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Wind was also the biggest concern for Caesar.
Of course, the wind could come in and out of the spirit’s shield because of the air.
It was virtually impossible to completely block the tremendous winds of flying until they arrived.
“……I’ll try as many layers as I can to stop it. It wouldn’t have been possible a month ago, but now it’s a lot better. Maybe.”
Caesar said with his face slightly distorted.
He looked unsure.
Rubenio was about to sigh so he wiped his mouth down with his hands.
“Is the situation serious enough to have to forcibly move away?”
“As long as the other side knows the location, the battle will continue. Rubenio, the more you do something, the worse the situation will get. . . . . The side you’re protecting is ridiculously weak.”
Nineina was a person whose life would be in immediate danger if even one ingredient was wasted.
(TL/N: ‘if even one ingredient was wasted’ meaning if even one component, e.g. warmth, maids/support, nutritious food, protector/Caesar, was gone.)
But he couldn’t stop asking him to be careful.
The limit was to protect oneself so the mental pressure had to be reduced as much as possible.
There was no room for her to feel comfortable if there were dangers everywhere and she felt she had to control every move.
“I read the article, but I still can’t find it. We need safer and more secure guards to prevent access to those things in advance. You should have some property the Duke doesn’t know about. Among them, there would be a house.”
Of course, there were several. Among them, the most important thing that comes to mind now was the small mansion outside the capital.
When the child was about ten years old, he bought it because he couldn’t forget the swing hanging from the large tree.
He thought he’d pick up the child and push the swing if he could.
In spring, light pink flowers bloomed and it was a very lovely house where petals fell every time he shook the swing.
If he could build a house again, he would want to do it in a place like that.
“I don’t know if she’ll let me…”
In one way or another, the biggest problem was this.
Rubenio, whose eyes turned red as if to shed tears, looked desperately at his daughter.
He didn’t have the decency to come and ask her to follow him now, even though it hasn’t been 20 years.
“You didn’t give me any faith, and I’m asking you to believe me…”
Rubenio holding her hand tightly and crying seemed desperate.
He was shaking because he was afraid that his hand would fall off.
However, the appearance that anyone would feel sorry for did not impress Caesar much.
“So you’re not going to do it?”
Rubenio’s shoulders flinched when Caesar asked casually.
Rubenio, who wiped his eyes with his sleeve, put Nineinaa’s hand, which was now a little warm, under the blanket.
“……I have to put that away first.”
Rubenio hardened his face and said, as if he had bitterly cried.
He thought it was shameless, but he wanted to take Nineina.
‘‘Are you saying you’re going to do it?”
“Baby’s permission comes first.”
Rubenio frowned as if he had no permission from her.
Caesar could be sure that Rubenio had already repeated in his heart the imagination of taking Nineina more than a hundred times.
He didn’t say it separately because he didn’t think it was necessary.
“I’m going to use myself as bait to get him out.”
Rubenio said as he walked towards the window where Caesar stood.
It was the window Nineina would look out of, admiring.
As the two men stood, the length seemed ever narrower.
Rubenio touched the narrow window sill.
When he pressed the window sill and stretched his shoulders, the space he occupied increased.
“……If you came here and didn’t feel the gaze while you were coming down, it’s very likely that he came down before you.”
Caesar slipped away from Rubenio, who had already gotten a lot closer, and frowned.
His face was as if he was going to die of discomfort.
Rubenio kept his body close to the wall without much agitation despite Caesar’s reaction.
“Even if it’s not my goal, if I show that I’m about to leave, there will be a little bit of agitation.”
“If something reacts, we can narrow it down.”
“If he looks at me and hides without following me…”
If so, that means that the target was Nineina.
Rubenio, who took a breath for a while, said with a face as blank as Caesar’s.
“Kill him. He dared to watch my baby.”
It was a sudden decision.
In addition, he was careful to leave a stand-in, but he couldn’t have known the tail was following all along.
‘They’re after my baby. That’s a very high probability.’
Rubenio, who was furious and bit his teeth tightly, found it a little late because of that.
Caesar was nodding as if the one who was aiming for Nineina deserved to die.
Feeling curious, Rubenio quietly called the director.
Looking back on what was going on, Caesar’s face was as insensitive as ever.
Yeah, he’s been that type of guy since he was very young.
Rubenio’s eyes looked this way and that way, looking at Nineina who was beautiful, and then returning to Caesar.
When he reached Caesar again, his eyes shone chillingly.
“But… strangely cooperative.”
My father’s senses shouted.
There’s a thief nearby who’s after the baby.
That did not bode well for Caesar.
Gazing into his eyes, the director calmly opened his mouth.
“Don’t you have to keep it safe? If you want to keep your promise, you’d better do everything you can to keep your promise.”
Rubenio also knew how important the promise was to him.
Yes, there was no loophole in Caesar’s words. It was only intuition that sensed suspiciousness.
“You’re so weak.”
Rubenio’s shoulder flinched as he wedged.
Unable to hide his agitation, he turned his head to Nineina before long.
He asked, keeping his eyes fixed on his daughter.
Rubenio’s eyes turned cold at the answer without even a slight tremor.
Rubenio, who swept Nineina’s cheek with the back of his hand, pulled the chair and sat comfortably in front of her.
“Most of the things I remember are crying. Oh, she cried all the time. Crying when she was breastfed, crying when she was hugged, crying when going to sleep…”
“She was out of breath, her face turned red and her head was full of heat, but she cried again and again.”
She cried out loud when she had energy, and when she ran out of energy, she only shed tears like a chicken’s dung.
She was born with pure white skin, but you couldn’t tell when she made that face.
“Maybe it’s because you’re sick. A baby can only be described as crying.”
Next to her, Rubenio wanted to cry.
He wanted to cry with her. So he thought it would be nice if he could soothe the grief that brought her pain.
“To me, her tears were pain. And it was suffering. So I don’t want to see that from now on.”
Rubenio lifted his head, gently sweeping around Nineina’s eyes with his fingers.
He recalled the face he had met here.
Her face, which was not much different from when she had fluffy hair, was smiling broadly.
‘I liked it very much.’
‘I can’t believe I’ve lived to see that.’
It was not until he met his daughter that he knew for sure what he had been living for.
Before that, he could barely see through the thick fog, but now he could see the reality.
When he climbed up the rotten cliff of hell and raised his chin, he felt no sense of accomplishment.
Only one thing pleased him.
She seemed to be breathing now.
The water felt like water and the air felt like air.
Yes, this is happiness. This is joy.
‘My pretty baby. Live happily. I don’t care if you’re immature or bad so be healthy. I’ll get rid of all the things that make you sad and say you’re bad. Just be happy… Please stay that way…’
“I want you to live with a smiling face.”
Rubenio held Nineina’s hand and put his hands together.
Rubenio’s eyes closed in prayer were like the breathtaking flames of a demon.
Caesar sank deeply.