Reincarnated Princess Wishes To Avoid Death - Chapter 46
Princess Mia Tries to Join a Club
There are countless clubs at St. Noel Academy.
From academic clubs aimed at various academic explorations to martial arts clubs aimed at improving skills such as swordsmanship and spear art. There are also hobby clubs such as the Tea Party Club which is popular with females. Aside from classes, there are various things and activities that are available to meet the fancies and luxuries of the students.
Meanwhile, Mia had a club that was keeping an eye on.
“Here it is”
Mia arrived at the stables.
“I see. As expected of St. Noel’s Academy. Very impressive”
There are more than thirty horses in the stables. This is comparable to a corps of imperial guards. The students of the equestrian club were all nervous when they saw the little princess looking at the horses with interest.
Female students rarely came to the stables. The odor particular to horses is foreign on this island, and many girls hate it. Nevertheless, the arrival of the Princess of the great Tearmooon Empire means something is about to happen.
While everyone was hesitating to approach and talk to Mia, a boy stepped out in front of her.
“What’s your purpose in such a place, young lady? Did you get lost?”
It was a boy in the second year high school who was five years older than Mia. He had a solid physique and was tanned. Mia recognized him.
“Oh …? I believe you were the one walking the horse before the party.”
“Ah, you’re the lady from that time!”
It seems that the boy also remembered. He tapped his forehead and laughed heartily.
He remembered that day clearly. It was just before the party and the horse he was walking sneezed on Mia. She ended up covered in snot.
“I’m sorry at that time. I’m the head of an equestrian club. Second year high school. Lin Malong”
“I am Mia Luna Tearmoon.”
Mia tugged her skirt and performed a curtsy.
“From the sound of your name, are you from the Kingdom of Equestria?”
“Oh, it’s an honor to be known to the Princess of Tearmoon.”
Ma Long grins. Then suddenly his expression turned serious,
“So why are you here today? Did you come to complain about what happened at that time? Don’t tell me you want the horse dead or something.”
In the past, there was a girl student who came yelling and wanting to slaughter the horses because she had a terrible experience with one of the horses. It is one thing to complain, but wanting the horse dead is definitely out of the question. Ma Long looked at Mia…
“Uh, because the horse ruined your dress, right?”
“Oh, that’s not a big deal.”
From Mia’s point of view, it is obvious which one is more valuable. Dresses can’t help her escape the Revolutionary Army, but horses can.
“Today, I just came to visit the equestrian club.”
Mia wanted to be able to ride horses and she has a compelling reason.
In her previous life, she was once chased by the Revolutionary Army. She tried to escape in a carriage and was easily caught. No matter how strong or famous the horses pulling a carriage are, they cannot outrun a single horseman.
It is most desirable that the revolution would not occur. However, if it happens, Mia plans to quickly escape to the neighboring country as swiftly as she can. To do that, she must be able to ride a horse. To avoid the guillotine, Mia can easily overlook being covered by horse snot. As long as the horse can carry her away to safety, she can forgive.
“Just a visit, huh…”
Ma Long tilted his head.
It was hard to believe that the princess of the Tearmoon Empire was interested in the equestrian club. She is not one from the Kingdom of Equestria who are said to have been riding a horse since they were born.
In the first place, horseback riding is not a graceful hobby for aristocratic children. Equestrian is aimed for riding a war horse and its techniques are for military warfare.
It might be a helpful technique for boys, but is unnecessary for female students. Very rarely, there are some female students who say that hunting is their hobby, and joins the club …
From Ma Long’s point of view, Mia doesn’t even look like she can bend a bow.
“It’s okay to look as much as you want, but are you thinking about joining the club?”
“If I join the club, will I be able to learn how to ride a horse?”
“Well, of course … Do you want to ride a horse?”
“Yes, by all means”
“Because it will take you somewhere far.”
You can carry it as far as possible from the Revolutionary Army.
Horses are a realistic way to escape, and Mia believes so.
“Somewhere far, huh?”
Mia’s answer touched Ma Long’s heart.
Because it was a truth that his people were imprinted on from an early age.
A horse is a companion who can elevate their riders, allowing them to strive higher and farther. On top of a horse, there is nowhere that cannot be reached. They are partners who give freedom to go as far as one wants. It was a sentiment that could never be spoken by those who saw horses only as a tool of war, or who loved them as pets.
Regardless of how she looks, it seems that this young lady is not just a mere princess.
“Princess Mia, why are you here?”
At that time, a familiar voice echoed on the spot.
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