Chapter 87 - Not Sparing Even the Demon King
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The Tale of Hero Alice's Social Death (Pantsu Hero Alice) Chapter 87 - Not Sparing Even the Demon King

Lucia Cecilia had a very unfortunate childhood.

Despite her human appearance, Lucia Cecilia had demon blood coursing through her veins and a pair of incredibly short horns hidden underneath her long silver hair. It was also thanks to her hair that others couldn't see through her identity easily.

However, when Luna was young, and her hair had yet to grow out, she had failed to hide her little horns. As a result, she was the subject of bullying during her childhood.

Luna had never seen her parents before. She was abandoned on the streets of Holl City as an infant, and an old noblewoman had picked her up and raised her. Despite the obvious horns on Luna's infant head, the old woman still treated her like her own child.

Although Luna had experienced an unhappy childhood, she grew up to be a kind child thanks to her "Grandma" treating her with love and care. She also used her experience of getting bullied as motivation to focus on her studies.

Apart from studying magic, Luna's only other interest was to read Hero novels. During those years, Hero novels followed the standard trope of the Hero defeating the Demon King with his companions and bringing peace back to the land. At the time, the Hero was probably the existence that Luna looked up to the most.

Of course, Luna did not think that she could become the Hero. She was a demon, after all. Instead, she hoped that she could one day accompany the Hero on his journey to defeat the Demon King, whether it be in the form of a comrade-in-arms, a lover, or a maid.

Meanwhile, because of this little hope, Luna had learned many household skills since she was young. She continuously developed her skills in cooking, cleaning, etc. In addition, as she grew up, the other noble children also stopped bullying her as much as before. People would grow up, after all. Once those noble children received proper education, they gradually realized that bullying a mixed-blooded child wouldn't benefit them. Hence, they quickly lost interest in doing so.

As a result, Luna's life gradually shifted back onto the right path. That was until she was 10 years old and her grandma had passed away. The noblewoman didn't have any direct descendants, so she left most of her inheritance to Luna. However, the noblewoman's relatives naturally weren't willing to see such a huge fortune fall into the hands of an adopted child.

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