Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 868

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 868 Bury The Corpse

Sylvia’s POV:

I tried to smash and scr@pe the corpse with a knife, and burn it with fire. But no matter what I did, I couldn’t completely destroy it.

Noreen’s eyeballs were left on the ground. When I was about to ignite them with a torch, they disintegrated into a fine white powder and vanished into thin air.

My lips scrunched together as I stared at the corpse, growing increasingly uneasy. A foreboding future was predestined for Noreen. Even her demise was also shrouded in mystery.

“Sylvia, what’s wrong? Is there any problem?” Laura gave me a puzzled look.

“I’m afraid Noreen is still alive. She is a cunning and shrewd witch. My mother came very close to K*lling her before, but she still managed to come back to life in some way.”

Upon hearing what I said, an evident hint of worry and concern flashed on Laura’s face. “Then what should we do? It’s really unusual that we can’t destroy her corpse.” “Perhaps Noreen’s witchcraft would turn her into an indestructible corpse. The only thing I’m worried about now is the possibility of her coming back to life.”

Noreen had always been cunning. There was little way to know for sure that she wouldn’t use some other form of witchcraft to revive herself.

But one thing was for sureā€”the dagger on the chest of the corpse could restrain Noreen.

There was no way for her to come back to life as long as we didn’t pull out the dagger.

“I don’t think Noreen can revive herself. If she really has the power to do so, I’m afraid that she would have already led the black witch race to stir chaos everywhere. Don’t worry too much about it. Let’s discuss it when something really happens in the future,” Laura persuaded.

I nodded in agreement. “That’s the only option we have. For now, let’s figure out what to do with her corpse.” Since fire can’t destroy it, we have to bury it.”

“Why not just dump it in the ocean?” Laura suggested.

While I did consider other options, I ultimately decided that Noreen’s burial in the forbidden forest was the best solution. “The forbidden forest is a dangerous place with various monsters and evil spirits. It’s a good idea to bury her here. Not only that, but the entire year-round, elite sold*iers patrol the perimeter of this forest. When something unusual happens, we can easily find out about it. But we had to guarantee that no one would ever be able to go near here again, let alone pull out the dagger from her chest. My mother fashioned this dagger by hand just for dealing with Noreen. I think our efforts have paid off. We can’t remove this dagger because it’s Noreen’s worst enemy.”

Laura replied solemnly, “Don’t worry. I will make sure no one will come here without my permission. Those who disobey my order will be sentenced to death.”

It was not until then that I felt relieved. “Now let’s find a place to bury the corpse.”

I didn’t bring a shovel since I a*s*sumed the body would be burned and there wouldn’t be any need to dig a grave. So, we had no choice but to dig a hole with just our bare hands.

And because I was pregnant, it was a little uncomfortable for me to squat for a very long time. I had to take a rest after an extensive time of exerting too much effort.

Laura felt sorry for me and asked me to sit aside, saying that she could do the work by herself.

She transformed into a beautiful silver wolf and dug a trench with her forelimbs at a breakneck pace.

It was a sunny day today. The heat had softened the soil, making it loose and easier to dig a hole on the ground.

After some time, Laura had dug a hole large enough to bury the body in.

With one hand, I picked up the corpse and tossed it into the pit. Laura didn’t linger as she strewed sand over the dead body.

After we were done, I sat on a stone and wiped Laura’s claws with a clean handkerchief.

Laura, who had turned into a wolf, still looked noble and proud. She narrowed her eyes, raised her paw beautifully, and seemed to appreciate the service I was providing. “Well, it’s time to prepare the last scene of this show,” I stood up and said.

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