94 Prince and reprimand

 I, Hiccup Migga's fiancée, Ninaef Faerie, had been reported to me by one of her men, Ezzy, a man five years older than me who has been at my side since I was a child.

 Nina has an energy I don't have. Nina probably has a clear idea of what she wants to do. I'd prefer to know what she's up to, but I'd like to set up a meeting to discuss it, and I glance over at my entourage, including Ezzy. I'd like to set up a place to talk, but with that in mind, I glance at my entourage, including Ezy.

 ---I want to know Nina's purpose. I want to know what Nina wants, but I can't do it alone. So far, the people closest to me don't seem to have reported anything to my father that would put me in a bad position. --The reason why my father hasn't found out about the girl is also because they haven't reported it.

What's wrong, Master Hiccup?

 I can't stop thinking about it. I want to talk to Nina, and I don't want my father to know what I've told you. I wonder what Ezzy would do if I told him. We'll never truly be alone, me and Nina. She'll be outside the door and she'll hear us. How much could we really talk about in that situation?
 That's what I was wondering. In the end, I couldn't act. I'm afraid to take hostile action against my father.

 In the end, while I was agonizing over my inability to move, I received a visit from Nina.

 Nina left me and one of her servants outside the door, facing me. I can't help but be impressed with Nina, since I can't move for fear of antagonizing my father.
 But what's the point of talking to me?

"Hiccup Migga, how do you intend to move forward?

 She's looking at me with strong eyes. She is looking at me with strong eyes, eyes with a strong will, eyes that seem to be aware of something. --It makes me realize that she is the opposite of me, who can't move.

What do you mean?
What do you mean?" "The kingdom of Fairytlöf will fall sooner or later.

 Nina said. After such a bombshell, Nina continued. I was also surprised that she was talking about something so in-depth, even though there were servants outside.

And you don't know what's going to happen to the Kingdom of Migga. What do you plan to do then, Master Hiccup?

 What are you going to do, Nina asked.
 I can't answer that right away.

I want to be there for the people of the Kingdom of Fairytlov when they are in trouble. And I would like to protect Alice, who is currently being protected by the High Priestess. Her position will probably be in jeopardy if the Kingdom of Fairytlov collapses. But Master Alice is still a child. I don't think it's right to put all the responsibility on a girl younger than me. That's what I'm working for. That's my current goal. What do you intend to do, Master Hiccup?

 I don't know what's going to happen to the Kingdom of Fehritolov or the Kingdom of Migga. --That's a fact. The kingdom of Fairleigh Troff is in danger of collapsing when its godson is a fake. It could be said that it has made an enemy of the existence of the Divine Child. The girl who is protected as a divine child was protected when she was seven years old, and just recently, the divine child turned nine years old. With such a long period of time, it is possible for one to question whether she is really a divine child.
 The Kingdom of Migga is also a neighboring kingdom and will be strongly influenced by the Kingdom of Fairytlov. Nina's words made me realize that I had assumed ...... that my father was an absolute. I hadn't imagined the loss of the Kingdom of Migga, even though I knew it would be a disaster.

...... me.

 When I heard about Nina's goal, I thought she was an amazing girl. She has a clear purpose and is working for that purpose. She's so different from me.
 I admire Nina for being such a dazzling presence.

"I'm not ...... moving.
 That's what my mouth was saying.

"Not moving? Why is that? You are more powerful than me. How can you not move?
"I'm not as strong as ...... Nina.

 I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm not as strong as Nina." What am I saying? I can't believe I'm saying this when there are servants outside the door. I'm not sure what to say, but as Nina looked straight at me, I couldn't help but let my words slip out.

"Isn't it strong?
"Yes. I can't go against my father. No matter how much I think about it, I can't move. I'll try to be what he wants me to be. You're stronger than that, Nina. I can only move with my father's will, but Nina moves with her own.

 I said and looked at Nina. Nina has an indescribable expression on her face.
 I continue.

"So don't expect me to do it. I can't do what Nina wants. But I won't stand in her way either. That's what I'll order the servants outside. I don't know if they'll follow.

 I thought I was done talking with those words. So I turned my back and opened the door, ready to give Ezzy his orders. But I was stopped.
"Sir Hiccup Migga!

 A loud voice. I turned around in surprise to see Nina, who was shorter than me, reach out and slap me on the cheek.
 It didn't hurt, considering I'm a reasonably fit person. But I was surprised to see her slap me on both cheeks.

You're just running away! You're just running away because you're afraid! You call me strong, but I'm not strong. I'm not strong. I'm afraid of what's going to happen to me. And I'm scared that I might turn against you too. But if I don't move because I'm afraid, there's nothing I can do!

 She looks me straight in the eye and tells me what she thinks.

There are things you can't do if you don't move. There are many things you can't do if you just run away. You're turning your back on the situation. You can't go against His Majesty the King of Migga, you're just running away because you're afraid. You have a will of your own but you don't carry it out. You're just letting things happen. But you have power. You're royalty, you're skilled with a sword, you can use magic, and most of all, you have people who really care about you. But don't run away! You have more power to move than I do. With that much power, you can act!

 He tells me he's just running away. He tells me I'm just running away, that I have a will of my own, but I'm not moving.

"What are you giving up? Why are you giving up and assuming that you can't do it before you even move? If you don't move, who knows what the outcome will be? The result may be a lot of trouble. But I believe that it is definitely better to do what you have decided to do on your own will and suffer the consequences than to act on someone else's will and suffer the consequences. ---Or are you going to continue to move only by the will of His Majesty the King of Migga Kingdom? Are you going to give up on everything and let yourself be swept away, and perish together with the King's demise?

 He asks me. Look me in the eye. Without averting your eyes.

"Hiccup Migga, Seventh Prince of the Kingdom of Migga, I ask you again. What do you intend to do?

 Without removing her hand from my cheek, Nina looked straight at me and asked again.


 And I answered her.

 ---Prince and reprimand.
 (The Seventh Prince, who seemed to have no will of his own and was afraid to act on his own will. (The Seventh Prince, who was so afraid of acting on his own will that he seemed to have no will of his own, directed his words straight at the princess of the neighboring country. And the Seventh Prince...