the one who returned to five years ago.
Either way, it didn’t make sense at all.

There were so many things I didn’t understand that it just made me want to move around the castle while rolling around for the whole day.
But I guess I couldn’t do that.


“That’s enough talking about my decapitation.
Rather than that, about your knight.
Have you thought about it properly?”


That’s right, knight.

If this really was the world from five years ago, today, on this day, I was supposed to nominate a knight that I would be spending the rest of my life with.


In this country, the Kingdom of Pluvia, the royal family was always required to nominate a knight before the summer vacation of the final year in the royal academy.

The nominated knight would spend the last year of school with the royal family, and after graduation would remain loyal to them for the rest of their lives as their personal knight.
Apparently, it was because the first king had a knight who was loyal to him at the time of the founding of Pluvia, and that practice continued to this day.

And then, that grandiose event called the knight investiture ceremony would take place today.


However, as the third prince I’m only a year younger anyway, so I took advantage of it to coincide it with my older brothers’ ceremony.

That’s right, I have one other older brother, —Vincent.

Ironically, we three brothers each had different mothers, so we were born not that far apart from each other.
I was one grade below them because of the break.
But my two older brothers had a very strained relationship, partly because of their factions.

As I said “Umm…” and looked up at the sky, Brother Seth sighed.


“You must be trying to decide it randomly.
You need to pay a little more attention to your surroundings, Nagi.”


That’s right, I also heard this line five years ago.

If I remember correctly, I just responded with a strained laugh.
Then without really thinking it through, I ended up deciding on a knight that people around me had recommended.


The scene of my last moments flashed in my mind.
That’s right, but, —this time.


“No, I’ve made up my mind.”



Even now, I’m still not really sure about it.
But, there was one knight that came to mind.

My brother blinked his eyes repeatedly, but after a while, he smiled gently and said,


“Yes, you should do as you wish, Nagi.”

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