The Villainess, Cecilia Silvy, Doesn’t Want to Die, so She Decided to Crossdress

WN Extra 1: Oscar’s letters - Special book release commemorative short story

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Translated by Momo. Unedited.

Author’s note:

Thanks to everyone, the book was published, so I would like to deliver this short story as an appreciative gesture for your support.

Thank you very much. I appreciate your continued support.

『Dear Miss,

As I observe the luxurious green shades of the trees during this season, I wonder how you’re spending your time. [1]

I'm worried you might be sick again due to your weak constitution.

Though the weather has warmed up, it's still cold at night.

I hope you're taking good care of your body so you can spend your days pleasantly.

Well, I wonder if you read the letter I sent you last month?

Please don't worry, I'm not in a rush to receive your reply.

I just wanted to write more about what I mentioned before.

It's about Cecil Admina, whom I recently became acquainted with.

It seems you've already known him for a long time. I heard it directly from him.

For you, who are too weak to attend school, today I would like to talk about our friend in common.

I would be delighted if you could read this and experience a little bit of our school life.

I wrote it was going to be "about Cecil Admina" earlier, but when I thought about what to write regarding that person, there were just so many stories.

As you might know, there is constant tumult around him.

So this time, I would like to talk about only one of those many situations.

This was about a week ago.

We were playing some card games together in the boy’s dormitory lounge. Your stepbrother Gilbert, me, Cecil, and Dante.

We played matching memory games, old maid, poker, etc.

That was how I found out that Cecil seems to be the type who always shows his thoughts somewhere on his face.

I believe he's usually more careful, but during the games, one could tell all of his hands just by looking at his expressions.

And because of that, Cecil lost every single time. In the end, he had to accept Dante's punishment. Though I do think he went a bit overboard with that prank.

He was supposed to wear our school's female uniform.

He kept complaining that he didn't want to wear it for a while, but Dante said, "If you don't do it, I'll take your clothes off myself." so he just ended up changing afterwards.

Cecil looked like a woman in a female uniform.

I feel bad for Cecil, but he has a girly face.

By the way, when I look at Cecil's face, I sometimes feel a strong sense of déjà vu. I wonder why that happens? I met him in April of this year, and we shouldn't have met before that, but it's like I've known his face for years...

Well, I'm sure you wouldn't know the answer either.

When Cecil dressed like that, he became very popular with the boys in the dormitory. In the end, Gilbert and I had to make him change out of it immediately.

I mean, it looked like he was about to be attacked by them.

While he was being praised Cecil just laughed out loud without restraint. I don't think he understands how frightening men can become.

However, I regret that I do not have a picture because it would surely make you laugh if I showed it to you.

That's not to say I wanted to keep a picture of him!

Dante made fun of me right away when I mentioned it, so I was really troubled.

Well, this time I shall end the story here.

By the way, there was an exciting discussion about everyone visiting the Silvy family territory during summer vacation.

Gilbert was also there.

I don't mean to overwhelm you with a crowd of people, but if you could attend, I deeply wish you would.

I'm looking forward to meeting you after this long time.

Please take care of your health.

Kind regards,

Oscar Abel Prospere 』

When she heard the sound of paper being torn, Cecilia looked up from the notebook that she was fixedly staring at earlier.

Her stepbrother was tearing down something that looked like a letter in front of her.

"What are you doing, Gil?"

"Hmm? I'm just disposing of a letter that arrived from our home, it's unnecessary."

Gilbert declared with a nice smile on his face.

The letters that were addressed at both of them were basically all delivered to Gilbert.

Cecilia was intrigued and peered into the bundle of letters in front of him.

"That's right. Were there any letters for me?"

"There was... ……Here you go, those are from the maids, Martha and Camille."

"Wow! Thanks!"

Cecilia accepted the two envelopes with a happy face.

They were the maids who took care of Cecilia.

Cecilia then looked at the torn letter in his hand.

"What about that one?"

"Oh, this?"

Gilbert squeezed the remains of the letter in his hand.

"It's just a regular dispatch delivered once a month."

"A regular dispatch?"

Cecilia tilted her neck.

"Somebody has been sending some chain letters every month for years now."

"Wow. Some people can be so cunning..."

"Well, if you consider this 'cunning' then I'm more likely undefeated in that area."

"Gilbert being cunning? How?"

"It's okay if you don't understand."

Gilbert smirked and placed the trashed letter into his bag.

T/N: Gil... \(º □ º l|l)/  poor Oscar aaah...

1. The way Oscar wrote this letter follows a typical Japanese format with set expressions. Here's an interesting article on writing letters in Japanese if you're curious about it.

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