I'm Stuck on a Remote Island With the Male Leads - Chapter 34
Enoch’s sigh was heard. It seemed he had come to his senses. I went back to him and checked his condition.
“Won’t you explain why the Crown Prince is like this?”
“It’s about Enoch, so I think you’d better hear it directly from him.”
I couldn’t tell anyone about Enoch’s trauma, so I just kept silent.
Enoch wrinkled the back of his nose and looked up at me. It was as if his eyes had not yet fully regained consciousness.
Kayden glanced at him and scratched his head.
“Then it will be difficult to hear the explanation.”
He seems to think Enoch will not answer him directly.
I asked Kayden, “What happened here?”
“I’ll tell you anything even if you don’t ask.”
He stroked his chin and frowned in annoyance as he watched the dead anaconda.
“I was out of the hut to kick Ddaggari out.”
Kayden tried to remember what had happened and continued,
“Suddenly there was a loud sound of something breaking, so I ran towards the sound and it was already there. It was eating something, but I don’t know what it was.”
The anaconda was eating something. Is there a sentence that’s as creepy as that?
My heart ached at the sight of the painstakingly built hut being horribly destroyed.
“The fact that the monster has come all the way here, I don’t think this is a safe place either.”
At my words, Kayden looked around with a serious face and nodded.
“Yeah. We have to find another shelter.”
Kayden dragged Ruzef, who had fainted near the river, to near the broken hut.
In the meantime, Enoch, who had been sitting there with a tired face, came to me as if he had regained his senses.
“Thank you, Margaret. As expected, I can’t handle it without you.”
At that, Kayden looked at Enoch, licked his lips, and finally bit his lower lip. It seems that he gave up trying to ask directly about Enoch’s seizure symptoms.
“I think your symptoms are getting better and better. By the way, if you don’t mind, let’s clean up this mess together.”
We cleared up the wreckage of the destroyed hut and secured important items.
“Kayden, come here and heal your wounds.”
I found the first aid kit in the destroyed hut and sat Kayden on the ground.
“Enoch, please don’t come near me because I’m going to heal Kayden’s wounds.”
Enoch, who was far away, nodded and turned his back. Confirming that he had turned completely, I said to Kayden,
“Take off your shirt.”
Kayden took off his ripped and messed up wizard robe, and took off his white shirt.
I was taken aback for a moment by his solid abs exposed. What? Is this a wizard’s body?
Not as much as Enoch, but it looked as firm as most knights. He had perfect muscles and abs.
If it was a wound by an anaconda, it would have been poisonous, but Kayden was better than expected. Enoch had suffered from the poison of the monster before, but why is Kayden okay?
I wiped the blood from Kayden’s body with a cloth.
Because we were so close, I could feel Kayden’s breath. Why am I nervous about this?
Kayden was staring at me as I wiped his body.
I should’ve just told him to wipe his body himself. I have a short mind. Somehow, I felt like I was getting a fever on my face.
I swallowed dry saliva as I was about to wipe down further and ended putting the cloth down, but Kayden suddenly grabbed my wrist. He leaned his cheek on my hand and smiled beautifully.
“You should’ve done more. Why did you stop?”
I took a few deep breaths and then took my hand off his cheek.
“……it’s not like that. I’m really going to treat your wounds now.”
Then, while I was taking out the disinfectant, Enoch suddenly came up to me, pushed me away, and sat down.
“It looks like all the blood has been wiped off, so I will take care of the wounds for you.”
He took away the disinfectant in my hand.
If it was a minor wound, Enoch’s seizure symptoms would not appear. But the wounds that Kayden got were quite large and deep, so it seemed like there would be a problem even if all the blood was wiped off.
Surprised, I reached out to stop him and saw many veins appear on the back of his red hand holding the disinfectant.
It seems he is trying to hold it in.
‘No, why are you even trying to treat Kayden yourself?’
I couldn’t understand, so I looked at Enoch.
“What? What does this mean? No, I don’t like it. I don’t want to be treated unless it’s Margaret.”
Kayden jumped up from his seat and stepped back.
But Enoch, with a solemn face, lifted his finger toward him.
“Noisy. Sit down.”
“I don’t want to. Margaret, come here.”
When Kayden reached out to me as I sat next to Enoch, Enoch grabbed his wrist.
“Kayden Blake Rohade.”
“Yes, Your Highness the Crown Prince. I don’t want to.”
I sighed as I watched the two men glare fiercely at each other.
“If you two keep interrupting what I’m doing, I’ll be leaving.”
As soon as I finished saying those words, there was a long silence. The two men fell silent.
Now I think I’ve learned how to deal with them.
The next day, we finally decided to find another place to live.
Since an anaconda-type monster appeared, this place wasn’t safe either.
Ruzef woke up late and hesitated in embarrassment before helping out with packing.
Although Kayden scolded him to get out of the way, Ruzef remained steadfast despite hearing Kayden’s cursing.
The most surprising thing was Kayden’s stamina. He suffered from a scalding fever all night because of his wounds, but by morning he wandered around like a better person after taking a bath.
‘Does he have any tolerance for poison?’
Perhaps it was related to the experiment in which he was kidnapped by a temple when he was a child.
When I found him lying unconscious in front of the cave, he also had quite serious wounds…… but he recovered quickly, too.
I was worried and told him to rest, but he didn’t listen.
As if he didn’t care at all, he went around picking fruits in the morning.
“Before we leave, I will do a little reconnaissance around the area. It would be better if I found something about the anaconda.”
Ruzef, who was watching Kayden and Enoch who were listening to me, rushed to me.
“I will go with you. Wouldn’t two be better than alone?”
Kayden, who ran straight after him, clasped Ruzef on the shoulder.
“Where are you going?”
Ruzef put away Kayden’s arm with an unpleasant look, but he wasn’t angry.
Knowing how temperamental Ruzef was, it was surprising to me that he was able to put up with Kayden’s disrespectful attitude like that.
“Then I will go alone,” said Enoch.
Enoch approached me saying it was still dangerous for me to be alone. I quickly raised my hand and stopped him.
“No, I can go alone. If it’s dangerous, I just have to shoot with this.”
When I took the flare gun out of my pocket, Enoch sighed and barely nodded. Then he told me to run away unconditionally if something dangerous happens.
I smiled reassuringly at him. Enoch had a dissatisfied face, perhaps because he felt guilty again for being unreliable. But I left the hut without caring much.
Leaving the hut, I found the empty supply box I saw yesterday again.
I remembered belatedly that in the novel there was a warehouse of supplies guarded by monsters.
I remember that the supply warehouse had survival kits and food along with various modern weapons.
I think it was near the bunker.
I looked for hints near the empty box, and I thought there was nothing I could find, but there was something under the box.
I saw something like a wooden plank buried in the ground, so I hurriedly dug it up with my hands.
There was something like a square wooden box buried underneath.
I dug again and then pulled the box out of the ground.
The lid of the wooden box had a silver iron locking clasp, but no lock.
※Caution! Handle With Care※
M67 Fragmentation Grenade
I was stunned by what was written on the wooden box. A grenade?
In addition, someone artificially erased the letters written in Korean and wrote the letters ‘Firebomb’ in the Langridge Empire language below them.
Is it okay to open this box?
I stared at the closed box for a long time, pondering, and then I made up my mind.
Yeah, let’s just open it.