I’ve Been Reincarnated as a Villainess’s Older Brother - Chapter 50
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- I’ve Been Reincarnated as a Villainess’s Older Brother
- Chapter 50 - Roll Arundilano Roll
Translator: NovelMultiverse | Editor: NovelMultiverse
The carriage ride took about half an hour and brought us to the temple built next to the orphanage. After getting off the carriage, Cain led everyone to the back of the temple.
The orphanage was behind the temple.
Cain stood in front of the wooden door that led to the courtyard of the orphanage but turned around without opening the door.
“Your Highness Al. Please take off your clothes.”
“Why? – You’re probably still wearing your Suteteko and dress shirt, aren’t you? Please take off that prince-looking frilly shirt and pants.”
“Sute… What’s that?”
Cain didn’t know the name of the thin short pants he wore under his pants, so he gave the name of a pair of pants that matched his knowledge from his previous life, but it didn’t seem to work.
Cain took off his own clothes, leaving only a pair of knee-length pants and a T-shirt-like shirt that he wore as underwear, then rolled up his clothes and shoved them into the knapsack that Ilvalino was carrying.
This knapsack was made by Cain, by the way. He made it by hand, remembering that he had made it in class when he was in elementary school. The bags in the duke’s house were all luxurious, heavy, and bulky, so they were not easy to use.
Cain took the initiative to take off his clothes, and Arundilano took the initiative to take off his clothes as well. Fabian’s eyes were wide open and he looked angry, but he clenched his fist and kept quiet. He seemed to want to see how it all went down.
When Arundilano finished taking off his clothes, Cain rolled them up and put them in Ilvalino’s knapsack.
“Excuse me, Your Highness.”
He then grabbed Arundilano’s wrist and made him fall down with a foot strike. He was grabbing his wrists so he wouldn’t fall, but he also slowly lowered his wrists so Arundilano would fall to the ground on his side.
Cain rolled Arundilano around and around on the ground.
“Ca, Ca, Cain! What? What? I’m dizzy!”
As soon as he stops rolling Arundilano, Cain lays down beside him and rolls in the opposite direction.
The clothes of both of them quickly became covered in dust.
Fabian, who was watching the whole thing, forgot to be angry and was stunned.
Glancing at the vice commander, Cain decided to quickly go inside before he was interrupted. He grabbed Arundilano’s hand and made him stand up, then pulled him by the hand and walked into the wooden door.
“Hello! How are you all?”
“Oh, it’s Master Cain!”
“Master Cain! Are you here to play?!”
“Let’s play! Are we going outside today?”
“It’s big brother Ill! Who’s that behind him?”
As Cain walked into the orphanage yard, the orphans responded in unison and gathered around him. They saw that Ilvalino and Arundilano were also there, and looked very curious.
“Everyone, this boy here is Master Al. He’s someone that is much bigger than me, so you have to call him ‘Master Al’. Everyone got it?”[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]
“Okay! Hello Master Al!!”
“Master Al! Nice to meet you!”
Arundilano took a step back when he saw the children approaching him. He was surprised that they approached him without any shyness, and also disgusted by the shabby clothes of the orphans.
Their hair was greasy and sticky with sebum, and their clothes had been patched up and were so dirty that it was hard to tell when they had been washed.
In addition, orphans were approaching with great interest, but Arundilano could not move back any further because Cain was holding his hand.
Cain pulled Arundilano’s hands together and whispered in his ear.
“Wasn’t it a good idea? Because we got dirty before we went in, we didn’t seem to be out of the place. Now we can play with them without being left out.”
At Cain’s words, Arundilano huffed and looked at his body. He was only wearing a pair of thin, dust-stained pants and a thin shirt that’s easy to wear.
Then he looked around and saw children dressed similarly, though the fabric was a bit thicker.
He was undressed and in his underwear, but he noticed that the kids around him were dressed to go outside and play.
Cain noticed Arundilano looking a little pale, but he ignored him and walked to the middle of the garden, pulling him by the hand.
Cain was chatting with the orphans about what they wanted to do today. Arundirano had never heard of any of these games, and once he started wondering what they were, he didn’t care so much about the fact that the orphans looked filthy.
While playing games like tiddlywinks with rocks, kagome kagome, tag, duck duck goose, and other physical activities that don’t require any item, Arundilano slowly learned the names of the orphans and was no longer bothered by their filthiness. This was partly because he too was becoming sweaty as he played with everyone.
After all the physical activities, they decided to take a break and went to the orphanage’s cafeteria. Arundilano’s eyes rolled back in his head when he was offered a mere glass of water, but when he saw how the children around him were drinking it with relish, he sipped from the cup.
The water tasted so good after working out so hard. Cain was relieved when he saw Arundilano was getting to know the orphans and talking enthusiastically about the strong rocks for tidy winks.
He had considered the possibility that even if he brought him here, he might not be able to fit in and get rid of his aversion.
As he looked around the dining room, Cain noticed Serenosta embroidering at the end of the room.
“Ilvalino. Didn’t Serenosta go to work for a blacksmith in the next town?”
Serenosta had turned seven a while ago and should have been out of the orphanage and serving his apprenticeship. It was fresh in his mind that he had been given the ‘strongest stone’ in the Hall of Fame to give to Dianna. I had heard from Ilvalino that he had gone out with great enthusiasm, saying that one day he would strike the sword of the legendary hero.
Moreover, Serenosta, who loved to move around and never played indoors unless it was raining, was embroidering. Cain wondered what had happened to him.
“Serenosta was returned because he ruined his leg in his apprenticeship. I’ve heard that for a while after the injury, he was working as a craftsman because of his dexterity, but…”
Ilvalino’s face was bitter, as if he had swallowed lead as he explained. Cain also balked at the fact that Serenosta, who loved to exercise, had injured his leg in such a way that he could not continue working.
Ilvalino stood right next to Cain and brought his face close to his.
“I want to talk to you when we get back to the mansion. I need a little time after dinner.”
Cain nodded quietly at the words said softly in his ear.
There was not much he could do as a child, but he had always wanted to do something about the orphanage. He had always wondered if there was a way to do something about the orphanage as a person who had been reincarnated from another world.
After that, Cain and Serenosta spent the time talking about embroidery, Arundilano read a book to everyone and was embarrassed when he was praised, “You’re amazing for being so young to read”, and after spending some time playing a game of musical chairs with Cain’s song, we left the orphanage in the carriage to return home when the time came.
Arundilano leaned back and waved until the orphans who had come to see him off were out of sight.[Read this novel and other amazing translated novels from the original source at the “Novel Multiverse dot com” website @ novelmultiverse.com]