Wake Up, I'm the Former Villainess - Chapter 3
Ignoring Xiao Yi, Nian Nian walked to the point where he couldn’t see her, and took out the task manual.
Under the original blank “Synopsis” column, a text appeared.
“Qingyun Road” was a novel about the male protagonist’s road to revenge
(Qingyun= Clouds in the sky)
The male protagonist Nie Qinghan was the emperor’s illegitimate son. His biological mother and his maternal ancestors were killed, and he was left out of poverty and destitute.
He was humiliated, suppressed, and suffered countless times. With his extraordinary temperament, perseverance and talent, he accumulated wealth, step by step, cleared away obstacles, slashed his enemies, and went straight to the sky. In the end, he succeeded in pushing his son to the throne. As the regent, he became the most powerful man of the Dayun Dynasty, with power over the world.
The original owner was Princess Fuxiang, the eldest daughter of the Shunning County King. She was arrogant and had a weird temper. Later, the two were schemed against by others and stayed together in the same locked room with messy clothes. They were discovered by the crowd and forced to marry.
Princess Fuxiang was arrogant, how could she marry the male protagonist who was once a slave? After being forced to marry, she got in touch with his opponent, Wang Duanzhuo of Linchuan, the ultimate villain of the novel. She not only gave the man a gorgeous green hat, but also constantly framed the man and tried to kill him, so as to get rid of this marriage that made her deeply ashamed.
As a result, under the aura of the male protagonist, Princess Fuxiang’s contempt and torture for the male Lord tempered his will and aroused his determination to stand out; her persecution inadvertently made the man get all kinds of adventures and consolidate his strength; although she was reluctant to marry the male protagonist, she directly contributed to the great increase of the male protagonist’s power; even the final death became the stepping stone for the male protagonist to return to the royal family and gain the Emperor’s trust and pity.
It could be said that as a vicious villainess, Princess Fuxiang gave full play to the male lead’s touchstone, whetstone and stepping stone, and played an indelible role for the male lead to unswervingly walk towards Qingyun Road.
She looked at the script without expression: it turned out that she was the ruthless princess. She was really a qualified villainess who burnt herself and illuminates others.
She turned the task manual to the third page. Not surprisingly, she saw an extra line under “Plot task release”: The long-term task “Protect the male and female leads until the end” is triggered. Do you accept it?
She would accept it without thinking. After all, it was a regular task for every time she transmigrated into a novel, and it was also a bonus task to gain health. The male and female leads were originally the luck of the novel. If they died accidentally or deviated from the main storyline, the entire world would collapse; if the world collapsed, she wouldn’t survive. So of course, she wouldn’t let the hero and heroine die.
Apart from that, there was no new information. The task manual would release tasks only when there was a plot that could affect the development direction of the plot, that was to say, she could play freely before the important plot was triggered.
She really didn’t know where the male lead was at the moment. Making him wear a green hat seemed exciting.
Putting away the manual, Nian Nian looked at the bruised young boy not far away.
What role did this kid play in the novel? He was so courageous that he dared to commit a crime and bite her. Was he courting death, so he dared to resist desperately? Or did he not put her as the princess in his eyes at all?
She thought for a while and turned to the page of the character list. Except for the male and female leads, other plot-related characters would appear under the character list after she meets them.
There was a blank page under the character list, and it seems that Xiao Yi was a character unrelated to the plot. However, thinking about it, if it wasn’t for her to rescue him just now, he might have died, and a slave who died young was naturally impossible to be related to the main storyline.
She didn’t have to worry about Xiao Yi.
But as an arrogant princess, she was supposed to hold the moon in front of all the stars. How could she dress so shabby, roll up a bag and appear in the garden alone, and no one even knew if she fell dead?
What was even stranger was that the guard who was looking for someone in the garden before only said that he was looking for a little maid who had fled, but he didn’t even mention looking for the princess. Reminiscent of the original owner’s young age, he behaved pervertedly, and spread vicious rumors.
It seems that although the original owner had a noble status, she may not be in a good situation at home.
It was a pity that the plot of the original book was written from the perspective of the male lead. Only when the male lead and the original owner met, the original owner would be mentioned. The task manual only had a summary of the plot. Her story had never been mentioned at all. Nian Nian didn’t know what happened to the little princess before she made up her mind to run away from home.