Chapter 1: prologue
Ice water is out of fashion, but…? The surrounding landscape came into view clearly.
I can’t remember exactly because I’m dizzy, but no matter how much I think about it, the last scene in my memory and the place I’m standing now seemed completely different.
Is this an auditorium?
Thousands of students gathered in one space and were waiting for something.
I felt a strange sense of déjà vu.
It’s definitely a place I’ve never seen before, and I’ve never seen it before, but for some reason I felt like I knew what was going to happen next.
[Co-Chief of Student Representatives. Cheonyuhak and Lilac, please come up to the podium.]
My foreboding came true, and it was my first meeting, but two boys I knew well went up to the podium.
A strangely excited buzz focused on the two boys who had risen to the podium.
One boy was smiling confidently, and the other boy maintained a lofty and solemn attitude, as if it was only natural that he was called.
[Originally, it is a tradition that the highest scorer in the entrance exam is chosen as the freshman representative, but this year, surprisingly, the result was a joint top scorer. This is the first time since the establishment of the academy, but it is an unusual thing for the school to have many talented and excellent students, so two students served as freshman representatives at the same time.]
There was a little applause around me, but I didn’t have the time or thought to clap.
My head, which had been foggy, became clear little by little, and I began to understand the situation rapidly.
But if it’s not my mistake, the situation I’m in right now is the worst.
Tianyu Department of Lilac.
It’s the first time I’ve seen those needlessly handsome two faces, but the sentence describing their looks made me sick of reading it.
They were the two main characters in a novel my friend wrote.
To be more precise, they were the two eccentric protagonists of a damn year-round novel written by a friend of mine.
Of the two on the podium, Lilac grabbed the microphone first.
Since nothing has changed from the beginning of the novel yet, there is a very high possibility that the shitty incidents that will happen after this will happen as they are.
There was no novel written by a friend of mine because it was not supposed to be popular.
How many readers would like the story of an academy subject, where people explode from the prologue and the admission is pushed back.
But the important thing is the description of those who died first after this incident occurred.
– Among those gathered in the auditorium, those close to the left wall met their end without knowing what happened to them.
When I turned my head slightly, the left wall of the auditorium caught my eye.
Without the slightest exaggeration, it was within reach if I stretched out my hand, which also meant that I was about to die.
The moment the irritatingly handsome guy smiled and greeted me, an unpleasant sound started to ring out as if to prove my prediction was not wrong.
“I am happy to be the representative on such a good day. This is Lilac, one of the freshman representatives. He is a classmate who will learn with you until graduation and a rival to compete with.”
-10 Minutes left until the start of the main quest.
A fuckng ominous sound echoed in my head.
“From now on until graduation, I hope that we will be good stimuli to each other through good faith competition. Best of luck for the next three years!”
-8 Minutes and 47 seconds left until the start of the main quest.
The sentence that popped up in front of my eyes and the bright greeting of the freshman representative were very contrasting.
If my prediction is correct, that main quest seemed to mean that the auditorium wall would explode soon and I would die.
Anyway, I seem to have possessed a terminally ill person in a fuckng novel written by a friend.
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