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The Hero Party With Whom I Am About To Part Ways Is Obsessed With Me Chapter 210

210 – Epilogue-3

“Thanks for your efforts!”

Celia and some other nuns followed and healed the exhausted me and injured Eleanor.


Celia lost her divine power, but the fact that she was a saint did not disappear.

If the saintess’ body was as good as a new car with tremendous fuel economy and fuel efficiency, Celia’s current condition was no different from that of no new fuel.

So, I couldn’t exercise divine power alone. However, if another cleric imbued her with divine power, it could be amplified.

As a true saint, she would not be able to perform miracles alone, but she could use recovery spells that were much stronger than those of ordinary priests.

“It’s done!”

Eleanor’s tattered body was healed in an instant. The nuns behind Celia were struggling with sweat on their foreheads.

Fortunately, Celia was able to blend back into the church. Celia was worried that she would face all sorts of criticism if she confessed that she had apostatized, but unexpectedly, the nuns said, “There must have been a reason for that.”

I could guess the trust she received.

“…Good work.”

“thank you!”

Celia came to me like a puppy. I unconsciously stroked my hair.

Rather than being admirable or cute, it was just soft. Her white hair was purely pleasant to the touch.

“Aren’t those clothes uncomfortable?”

“It’s the first time I’ve ever worn such pretty and light clothes, so it’s great!”

“Well, if you are.”

The white maid outfit she was wearing blended naturally with her petite frame and pure white hair. Celia fit the clothes perfectly, as if she was born to wear them.

“Isn’t it difficult?”

“I… I’m so happy to be by Enerel-sama’s side, even in this way.”


Half of it was the distribution of personnel tailored to my circumstances.

“Until I thought I could use divine power again… I thought I was incompetent again.”

Actually, there was no special reason for keeping her close.

It was just, it was easy to deal with.

“Other people are a little uncomfortable.”

I chose to become emperor.

If he had to remain in this world anyway, he had no other options.

Even if they traveled and helped people, the personalities of the rest of the imperial family didn’t look so good. Even if he saved countless villages and territories, it would be a loss.

Because there was no need for demon lords or monsters to kill humans. As we saw in the middle ground, humans were enough to kill other humans by their existence.

“Boo, are you uncomfortable?”

“It’s just… there’s something like that.”

The Old Gods, who were maintaining the empire on the edge, welcomed my decision with open arms.

He had the power to calm this confusion, and since he was a former warrior, the protection of the royal family could be applied without difficulty.

Since the former emperor’s will pointed to me, there was no reason to protest, and there was no shortage of power if we gathered the former emperor’s loyalists who were watching the situation or those who quietly supported Eleanor.

There were old subjects who questioned my personality because of the disturbances in the imperial family, but when I looked at the emperor candidates they could choose from, the ‘questionable’ personality was enough to give me a passing grade.

So, I was quietly taking the emperor class.

“Using people is more inconvenient than I thought.”

The elders also tried to respect my opinion as much as possible. To be precise, I was tired of the emperor class and was afraid to give up the position.

Learn the history and etiquette of the empire, learn politics and nobility, and learn the general achievements of successive emperors.

Learning the knowledge itself was not that difficult. However, learning how to use people was a bit inconvenient.

What I can do myself, I have to have someone else do. When I heard it for the first time, I thought, ‘Is this comfortable?’ I thought I would, but it wasn’t that easy when I actually did it.

I couldn’t even pour tea from the kettle next to me, and I had to let someone else do the dressing and undressing.

I didn’t like it when people were just watching me and waiting for my orders, and it wasn’t nice to be watching them 24/7.

I tried to negotiate with the elders, but their attitude was stubborn.

“Is it that hard?”

Celia looked at me with round eyes. I thought she was overly concerned about me, so I waved my hand.

“It’s not that hard. My body is comfortable.”

Older people, perhaps because of their age, could not easily understand my thoughts. It was slow and made me uncomfortable to ask others to do things that I felt comfortable doing.

They seemed unwilling to make concessions, at least in this area. My legitimacy and military power were guaranteed, but the fact that I had no authority equivalent to that seemed to stimulate their sense of crisis.

I tried to protest, ‘Isn’t it okay because I’m this strong?’, but I couldn’t bear to refute the old gods’ words that if you can’t create authority through your actions, eventually you will have to use that power to defeat others to gain control.

“And… Well, because you’re comfortable.”

Ironically, he had no hesitation in ordering the warrior party members to do something.

He understood my feelings much better than the other maids, and he never misunderstood my words or trembled with useless misunderstandings.

Rather than having a maid who didn’t have a one-sided relationship with anything that seemed a little uncomfortable or difficult, I felt more comfortable doing it to a girl who owed me even a little bit.

“Anyway, good job.”

After the situation was sorted out, I walked around the imperial palace, separated from Eleanor.

“…It’s wide.”

The imperial palace, which was full of guests, was empty compared to before.

It is a politically chaotic situation. Foreign students in the kingdom and tourists who came to see the empire dispersed to the embassy or the mansion they had bought instead of staying in the dangerous imperial palace.

The hallway was wide, and the garden was quiet.

Except for Celia, who followed me around, no one followed me.

“It’s been a while, shall we go to the library?”


It was a moment of relaxation I hadn’t felt in a long time. It was a luxury to walk around without any purpose or thought.

No, maybe it’s not that special. Even on the journey to find the ingredients needed for my return, I didn’t run without stopping every second.

What changed was my mind. The time to do nothing for me was a tedious and painful wait, not a comfortable space.

I have to achieve my goal as soon as possible, this moment is so painful… Until I threw off those thoughts, I wouldn’t have been able to find it even if I tried to find it.

“It’s like a review. Information about this world is not enough no matter how much you get.”

In my world too, politicians have been attacked for being ignorant or having a false view of history.

There wouldn’t be many people who openly mocked me in front of me, but that didn’t mean that it was okay to neglect my studies.

Sitting casually in an empty library, I pulled out a book I could see and opened it.

I saw Celia.

Suddenly, I remembered that I had seen this scene somewhere.

“Come to think of it, I met you here once.”

“I’m sorry about that…”

“I didn’t mean to blame you.”

I couldn’t bear to read the book, and stared blankly at her face.

What would have happened if I had held Celia’s hand that day.

Things might have worked out better than they do now. Well, it probably didn’t mean much.

My return would have failed, the Emperor would have misjudged my relationship with Eleanor, and Nerwen would have clung to me.

“Even now, it’s not too bad.”

If time can be turned back, for the first time. I’ll have to go back to the day I first met them. You won’t be able to avoid breaking your relationship with halfway choices.

But even if I could turn back time, I probably wouldn’t have chosen that.

Defeating the Demon Lord was a daunting and difficult task, even putting aside human relationships. It was something I didn’t want to do, even if I died, to go on that journey again while occupying the position of a warrior.

“is that so?”

I did everything I could. I vomited out my emotions, and saw their sincerity and the bottom with my own eyes.

I saw how much they could sacrifice for their atonement, and I felt how much I could give up for their survival.

So, I have no regrets about this ending.

“It’s hard… isn’t it?”

“I don’t know. If you get used to the situation to some extent… and you think I don’t have to stay here, maybe I’ll let you go.”


“It’s just a family. I don’t know if there are any decent members of the royal family… but whoever comes will not meet my standards.”

It was close. Celia’s smile was as bright as ever, but there was a depth to it that was incomparable to before.

It wasn’t a laugh out of ignorance. It wasn’t just a laugh made by one who thought it would work out without any grounds.

Celia, who understood how sad and hurt I was, overcame all of that and made it for my happiness.

After all, smiling is more beautiful than crying. At least it doesn’t make the viewer depressed or in a bad mood.

I read the book casually with her in front of me.

Without desperate determination or painful endurance.

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The Hero Party With Whom I Am About To Part Ways Is Obsessed With Me

The Hero Party With Whom I Am About To Part Ways Is Obsessed With Me

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Status: Completed Type: Author: Released: 2022 Native Language: Korean
It’s been two years since I went on an adventure following the hero’s party as a porter. He finally kills the Demon King and is waiting for the day he returns home. However, people I don’t want to see again keep wandering around next to me.


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