The Youngest Daughter of Snake Family - Chapter 1
The peaceful Astrophel family turned upside down overnight.
This is because an unprecedented event occurred.
It began with an unknown source of mystery.
When I said it looked absurdly small and somewhat short, the little bird hatched and came out.
The cause of the incident had not yet been determined.
Baon, who was in charge of managing the eggs, broke out in a cold sweat.
“Isn’t someone going to feed it to the newborn masters?”
“You must want to be thrown out as their meal instead.”
“It slipped my tongue.”
Baon immediately corrected himself and stepped back. That’s because of his opponent standing in front of him.
He was the head of the Astrophel family, who led the tribe.
Cade, the head of a tribe who was born with the strongest power in the modern world and the cruel, violent nature in proportion to it.
The atmosphere, with its unique, dangerous energy and red eyes with black hair, were all symbols of the Astrophel family.
He wouldn’t be thrown out as food, but Baon coughed in vain because he knew that if wasn’t obedient, he wouldn’t be able to pick up his bones.
“We looked for pheromones from it’s guardian, but there was no sign of them.”
“Is it abandoned?”
“There’s a possibility. If not…”
Maybe the guardian can’t take care of the baby anymore.
Either way, it wasn’t good news for a newborn baby bird.
It’s as if it had nowhere to go.
“Its slow growth was attributed to poor absorption of pheromones.”
“What would you like to do?”
Baon asked for the disposal of the baby bird.
Cade looked in the basket on the desk.
Even though they were talking about it, a baby bird that hid its beak in its wings rolled its body in a circle and fell asleep without knowing three things.
There was no peace in the world.
It doesn’t even know what awaits it in the future.
The absence of a guardian for a newborn baby meant death.
At least if they were found in another family, they might protect it until adulthood, but it wasn’t protected here.
In the Astrophel family, the weak were not welcomed, which strictly adheres to the wild rules of the jungle.
“Leave it outside of my territory in due course and come back.”
Baon lifted the basket to carry out his orders with an expression knowing he would.
At the same time, a small head popped up from the basket.
The baby bird woke up.
It was just waking up and tilting its head as if it were trying to figure out what was going on.
The small plump wings fluttered loosely as if they had not yet properly moved.
Soon after, it was surprised to see its wings and didn’t know what to do.
The appearance narrowed Cade’s forehead.
“You’ve got a small egg, so you must have a slight problem with your head.”
“…. But you’re pretty cute.”
“Do you really want to throw it out?”
At that moment, surprisingly, the baby bird stopped moving.
It seemed to understand what they were saying.
It wouldn’t have been strange if the baby bird was born as a snake, but it was amazing because it was a baby bird.
But it didn’t seem like it could absorb pheromones in its egg.
Given it could understand the language of the tribe to a certain extent.
Baon’s eyes sparkled interestingly.
“Then I’ll throw it out.”
“Your orders, my lord.
His eyes were fixed on the baby bird, and Baon spoke as if he were reading a Korean language book.
Each time the baby bird fluttered its wings in a passionate reaction.
Baon looked over the baby bird once again.
The faintly felt pheromones were surprisingly smeared with Cade’s.
“I sense your pheromones.”
“… But do you really want to throw it out? It’ll be torn apart as soon as it’s thrown out of our territory.”
“You don’t mean to say you want to raise it in my family, do you?”
The unique shady pheromones were all aglow.
Baon took a step back with a troubled expression on his face at the terrible smell of poison.
The baby bird was shaking in fear at Cade’s pheromones.
As it entered the quilt and cried in fear, it hesitated and collected pheromones.
As it looked for someone with tears in it’s eyes, Cade touched his forehead.
It was a widely known fact that if a baby bird follows the person who supplied the pheromones, they would automatically be their guardian.
When his eyes met the baby bird who was scared and crying at him, Cade frowned and waved his hands.
“Do as you please, Baon.”
* * *
What is this about?
I still can’t believe this happened to me.
Am I dreaming right now?
No matter how hard I thought about it, I couldn’t remember anything. However, I tilted my head at the situation that remained the same.
How am I alive?
Originally, I was living alone in a small area in the east.
I didn’t know who I was. I only knew that I could walk on all fours and had a tail.
Because no one told me who I was. It was the result of the absence of a guardian.
It wasn’t unusual for a young lady to live alone in the east.
Because strong families fought each other fiercely, there were always bloodbaths in the east.
The last recollection I have of my life was barely surviving being chased down by a fierce beast.
I thought I wouldn’t survive, but I can’t believe I’m alive, breathing.
Moreover, when I opened my eyes, I found myself as a bird.
It’s a bird.
I’m a bird.
I was still in shock and tried to cover my eyes, but I saw a small, chubby wing.
Not this one!
I shook my head round and round. It was so small that it was not possible at first, but I saw a wing anywhere I looked.
I rubbed my face in this fire to escape reality.
I almost lost my mind for a moment with the soft touch of my wing, but I came to my senses again.
What’s happening all of a sudden?
I looked around nervously. Nothing explained to me what had happened.
“You’re not trying to raise it in my family, are you?”
No matter what, ‘I,’ am going to be ignored.
I sighed and laid down.
I’ve gone through so many things in only a few moments. I just woke up and I’m already exhausted.
I felt myself in a swinging basket and saw a man named Baon.
Where is he taking me?
You’re not really going to throw me out of this territory, are you?
I couldn’t survive on my own with this body.
I have to be alone again as soon as I was born. I feel depressed.
I guess I’m alone again in this life. I must have felt the glare of Baon’s pale blue eyes because ours met.
“Why are you looking that way?”
“Pii. Pii. Pii.”
“I don’t know what you’re saying.”
“Pii pii. Pii pii!”
“If word gets out that there’s a bird here, someone may come to eat you. Like a snake or something…”
Hap. I covered my mouth with my short wings.
As he curled up and looked around, Baon pushed his face close to the basket.
“It’s fascinating. The way you can understand what I’m saying.”
The pupils of his blue eyes were squinted vertically.
I closed my eyes tightly. Oh, my God. It must be a real snake.
I’m a bird, but I guess Baon is a snake.
To a bird, a snake was known as it’s natural enemy, so my hair stood on end.
“It was a joke.”
“You wouldn’t even satisfy their hunger.”
Baon said refreshingly. I swept my chest with relief.
Being a bird really felt like everything was being assimilated.
Now I have to worry about being eaten by snakes as soon as I was born. How miserable.
I was looking down at the bottom of the basket, and Baon stopped walking.
“This is where we’re going to stay. I’m sure it’s fine because my lord gave me permission.”
END OF CHAPTER 1