Imprint Of Count Wolf - Chapter 5
“Nothing happened. It’s just that….“
As the coachman hesitated, at that point, another soldier quickly intervened.
“Let’s go first. The Lord is waiting. The Princess must also be tired.”
Lisa half expected that her carriage would just return back to the Capital…but she still thought of the possibility of them going forward.
Soon, the wagon wheel started rolling again, and Lisa lowered the curtain back. This time, the Knights were escorting them together, so a vibration that seemed to resonate with the Earth’s axis filled her body.
Arnulf Castle was so large that the mansion of the Duke of Aida was incomparable to it. It was not decorated with gentle colored marble, but was built in black gray stone, so it was filled with a cool feeling.
There must be a lot of people in such a large castle, but I didn’t feel the populace at all. The ceiling was so high, and the sound of my feet echoed as if I was stepping on stairs.
There was no atmosphere of celebration to welcome the incoming Princess. Lisa’s party was in a difficult situation to call it *Shin Haeng.
(ok so this is supposed to be a sort of pre wedding ritual in traditional korean weddings I think. If you want a more detailed version of the culture here’s a link
Then, Lisa was led to a room, where four maids were waiting inside.
“Welcome, Princess Aida. I’m Anne, and I’m the maid of this castle.
The oldest maid bowed politely.
“Because Count Arnulf had no Mistress for a long time, there is no one in the castle that deserves to be called a maid. We will serve you until you choose a new person.”
“You can send this maid back, Princess.”
Lisa replied politely. I wouldn’t need her opinion anyway.
The maid was livid with anger.
“What are you talking about? I have been sent by the Duchess of Aida.”
“It is the Lord’s decision.” Anne declared in a stern tone.
“Lisa, say something.” the maid whispered angrily.
“I will stay by the Duchess’s order,” she persisted
“I can’t allow that. Princess?”
Anne looked at Lisa and asked. The maid stared at Lisa harshly, but Lisa nodded.
“Follow your heart and do what you have been told.”
If she were the real Princess of Aida, she would have been angry and rebelled against the request to send out all her family members she had relied on. But it didn’t matter to Lisa.
Count Arnulf’s maid nodded respectfully.
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