Lamia Orphe Is Dead

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Ch. 6 - The Swapped Names
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I'm a bit confused as to why he can't hold a pen or still use a sword when only one of his hands is ruined... even if it is his dominant hand he can learn to use the other one don't know why he can't use a one-handed sword either. Now the mental trauma aspect preventing him is more understandable but it comes off strange how its presented.
Last edited 21 hrs ago by Xennith.
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Ehm I think Aquila has to reevaluate how he treats her younger brother...
Also, can he heal him?
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I get she wants to take revenge for him but this is probably not the right way to do it
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People are saying she's being pushy making him be the Duke, but... If he isn't even confident holding a pen, then how can he become a knight?
He'll probably be just as scared either way
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I wonder how Lamia can kill Aquila if her heart recognizes him or something. Ughhh the pain
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It's just Homura-like madness a la time travel. Characters in pain are 10/10.
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I don't know... I know that she's trying to get revenge on for her brother... but he doesn't really want it, at least, not this way. Consider his feelings!
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@meo That makes sense, thank you!
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@uriekuki & @kursedkaiju :

From my understanding thus far it would seem:

Chapter 1 is a prologue that alludes to the ability to go back in time of the 2nd Prince, and is a mixture of timelines. I say this because one moment people seem to ostracize the FIRST Prince but then a page later, they praise him. The 2nd Prince is both someone that's covered in blood and yet there are scenes that seem to be from Chapter 3.

Chapter 3 is probably the ORIGINAL timeline (I assume time was rewinded countless times and not just once. If it was just once the 2nd Prince's change is too drastic). In this timeline the Second Prince was probably undergoing training to be the next King and not a war harden General/Knight (that role might have been the First Prince's). Obviously the love of his life died and he had a redo.

Chapter 2 takes place in the present and Chapter 4 onward is also the present.
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Uri can't do it, don't make him :/
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Okay, so this is my attempt to clear up the plot. There's two established timelines right now. In the first timeline, Lamia becomes the duchess, and she and Aquila become close. But, she dies, and Aquila goes mad and tries to change the timeline. In this new timeline, Aquila knows that Lamia will die if she becomes duchess, so he comes up with a plan to make her become a knight instead. He ruins her brother's hand (complete douchebag move imo), knowing that with her personality, Lamia will then relinquish her title to her brother and instead become a knight.
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The heck that's not caring for her brother at all, its seems like she is more focused on revenge for revenge sake's or just the fact she wants to be a knight despite everyone thinking its a bad idea.
The poor brother, getting pushed into something he doesn't want and you don't just tell someone who is traumatised to just "toughen up".
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@kursedkaiju

He's changing the timeline.
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If he ever actually saved her in past times but in exchange of her memories and her brother's hand, I would still hate him for what he did to the little brother. The brother had a bright future but was quashed by him.

Edit: I am probably dropping this. I kinda don't like the female and male lead. The female mc is being pushy and insensitive towards the brother. Don't the mc think that giving the brother the duke position would scar him more because everyone wants the sister to be one. Besides the sister is actually being trained for so long to have that position.
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This manga is really confusing to me, weren't she and the 2nd prince friendly in the first few chapters?
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Poor boy got PTSD.
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Even if Aquila wanted to save Lamia, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake in order to make that happen still makes him a villain.
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idk man mc wants to be protective n shit but is literally forcing some dude to take her position like dam
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@uriekuki: An 'accident' during a sparring between Aquila and Uri resulted in Uri's hand being...well, permanently crippled and the boy himself is traumatized over it.

And the Emperor ruled it as accident, ignoring complaints from the Orphes which angered them even more.

Admittedly the proper timeline is not established yet, the events we're seeing right now might be something Aquila himself intentionally do to avoid whatever caused Lamia's death.
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ouh, that's a nasty move to make, bringing out second prince
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