In the life of Maristella, the main character was Dorothea, who was considered her only friend. Maristella was nothing more than a supporting character mentioned in the novel to show the gloss of Dorothea.
Maristella was always quick to save her friend if she fell into a crisis, and for her friend’s happiness she sacrificed her life, but Dorothea was nothing more than a traitor.
Dorothea led Maristella to death for her own benefit.
“We are friends, Mary.”
And the character that possessed was Maristella, who died miserably.
“So, let’s change it.”
Looking at Dorothea, who still forced Maristella to sacrifice under the name of “Friend,” I swore. I won’t have a miserable ending like in the novel.
“He doesn’t look like someone I know.”
“More like a different person.”
I have decided not to be deceived by Dorothea’s words anymore.
“I’m not as nice as Maristella. So this time, I’m not defeated, Dorothea.”