A Dragon Idol's Reincarnation Tale

A Dragon Idol's Reincarnation Tale

by AbyssRaven
Editor: termac

Warning This fiction contains:
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[Participant in the Royal Road Writathon, November 2021]

"Survival of the fittest is easier said than done...why couldn't I have been reborn a bit bigger, huh?"

If waking up in a new world wasn't bad enough, an idealistic teen starts her new life as a newborn dragon not by being embraced by a loving family, but having to escape two hungry kobolds wanting some grilled lizard for breakfast. Now, status screens obscure her vision in a hostile forest filled with vicious magical monsters, as two concerning Titles welcome her to her new life.

Equipped with fragmented memories from her past life and the game-like mechanics of her new reality, the young dragon must face trials and tribulation, undeterred by the reaper's scythe inches from her neck. Despite her challenges, she is determined to find civilization. For nothing will stop her from fulfilling her one true desire: to become an Idol.

Author Notes: I'll update the story every 2-3 day, if nothing major in my life happens.

The story is mostly inspired by Japanese Light Novels, specifically "I'm a spider, so what?".

Discord(With many other lizard-related novels): Rawr

Cover art was created by dinal06: Rawr

Please credit the artist and me, the author, if you were to use it. Also, please don't modify and photoshop it.

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
Art Gallery of Dragon Idol ago
Chapter 0: Prologue ago
Chapter 1: Why am I a lizard? ago
Chapter 2: I wish using Magic would come with a manual. ago
Chapter 3: I’m a strawberry lover now. ago
Chapter 4: An Informative Night ago
Chapter 5: My first real fight. ago
Chapter 6: Evolving rocks! ago
Chapter 7: A feast for my taste buds. ago
Chapter 8: Let’s find some kobolds! ago
Chapter 9: I am Kobold Slayer. ago
Chapter 10: The dragon hunts the kobold, oblivious of the threat from behind. ago
Chapter 11: Kobolds taste like beef? ago
Chapter 12: Memento Mori. ago
Side Story 1: My name is Nagata Tatsuya ago
Chapter 13: I am bonding…with myself. ago
Chapter 14: Do you know the definition of insanity, orc? ago
Chapter 15: Centerstage! ago
Chapter 16: An information session with the parallel minds. ago
Chapter 17: Why am I still a lizard?! ago
Chapter 18: Slimes are terrible, and they shouldn’t exist! ago
Chapter 19: An average day in the sea of trees. ago
Chapter 20: Why do I have to act like a brat sometimes… ago
Chapter 21: Make peace, not war, garms… ago
Chapter 22: Nothing ever works exactly how you want it to. ago
Chapter 23: I am Saori Segawa ago
Chapter 24: The Garm and the Dragon ago
Chapter 25: The Angelic Dragon sings. ago
Chapter 26: Seems like just being a Dragon isn’t fantasy enough. ago
Chapter 27: First party member acquired! ago
Side Story 2: The movements of two factions. ago
Side Story 3: Oh gods, I miss coffee. ago
Chapter 28: This forest really can’t give me a break. ago
Chapter 29: Operation: “Brighten Saori’s Mood”! ago
Chapter 30: Long time no see, [Battle Frenzy]. ago
Chapter 31: My future Job prospects have increased. ago
Side Story 4: Kyouya can be a real bro, in his good moments. ago
Chapter 32: The forest is going wild again. ago
Chapter 33: Fairy rescue and troll subjugation. ago
Chapter 34: What’s with the eldritch horror, dude? ago
Side Story 5: The Bickering of Gods ago
Chapter 35: Tasianna’s Story. ago
Chapter 36: A warm shower and warm meal, what could be better? ago
Chapter 37: Of Magic and Mana. ago
Chapter 38: I have officially become a party leader. ago
Chapter 39: Skydiving is a wonderful hobby. ago
Chapter 40: Who knew the dragon had a phobia? ago
Chapter 41: Can I sweat poison? ago
Side Story 6: The Gathering of the Misfits. ago
Side Story 7: I must become stronger! ago
Chapter 42: A spar among friends. ago
Chapter 43: Cadejo and Fairy vs. Spark Inferno Dragon. ago
Chapter 44: Hunting Strategy: Portable Hestia Rifle. ago
Chapter 45: How many monsters were in the area?! ago
Chapter 46: Why can’t I remember my dream? ago
Chapter 47: Monster kitty adoption! ago
Chapter 48: This must be Revenge! ago
Side Story 8: The church’s magic is amazing! ago
Side Story 9: This party has no future… ago
Chapter 49: Hunting with Rajah. ago
Chapter 50: Reunion. ago
Chapter 51: I found the fiends… ago
Chapter 52: Doctor Hestia is in the house! ago
Chapter 53: Emotional bliss and embarrassment. ago
Chapter 54: The lizardmen’s backstory. ago
Chapter 55: Rescue mission start! ago
Chapter 56: The Thrill of the Chase! ago
Chapter 57: Reptilian Showdown! ago
Chapter 58: Heilige…what the hell is that thing?! ago
Chapter 59: A goodbye to dear friends and a message from above. ago
Character Summary 14.6.2020 ago
Side Story 10: Laveata Town. ago
Side Story 11: Realizing and making up for my mistakes. ago
Chapter 60: Preparations for the March. ago
Chapter 61: The Importance of “Followers”. ago
Chapter 62: The Rhythm of the Wandering Scale-kins. ago
Chapter 63: Thundering Roars! ago
Chapter 64: Take that damn Wyvern down! ago
Chapter 65: The Leviathan. ago
Chapter 66: No, anything but that!!! ago
Chapter 67: A Raging flame growing inside the Cave. ago
Chapter 68: Crying is not so bad. ago
Side Story 12: Three-way duel. ago
Side Story 13: The Start of a Classroom Assembly. ago
Side Story 14: Lethal or non-lethal, that is the question. ago
Chapter 69: Evolution and Skill Predicaments. ago
Chapter 70: This is why you should take traumas seriously. ago
Chapter 71: Tasianna's true reasons. ago
Chapter 72: The Start of a new Request. ago
Chapter 73: Carine Village. ago
Side Story 15: A Proud Dragon, a Worried Goddess, and an Ambitious Inferno. ago
Chapter 74: Meeting with Carine Village’s Chief. ago
Chapter 75: First Quest accepted. ago
Chapter 76: I’m terrible at SP usage. ago
Chapter 77: Lizards playing with Magic. ago
Chapter 78: How to sneak a bomb into a bandit camp. ago
Chapter 79: Agent Hestia ‘007’ Atsuko. ago
Chapter 80: An Idol always seeks the Spotlight! ago
Chapter 81: The Cold Touch of a Fairy. ago
Chapter 82: Leading the Prey. ago
Chapter 83: An Unexpected Boss Battle. ago
Chapter 84: The Aftermath and Spoils of a Quest ago
Side Story 16: A Storm in Heaven. ago
Side Story 17: Bandit Subjugation. ago
Chapter 85: Sermon of the Crimson Dragonewt. ago
Chapter 86: Daily Training and Lessons. ago
Chapter 87: Insecurities issuing a Challenge. ago
Chapter 88: Crimson Storm Challenge ago
Chapter 89: No Tea Party is complete without some Cake! ago
Chapter 90: The Prelude of an Awakening Star. ago
Chapter 91: The Star Blazes forth. ago
Chapter 92: Master and Student. ago
Chapter 93: Preparations for the Dinner. ago
Chapter 94: The Dragoness dresses for the Occasion. ago
Chapter 95: Dinner with House Helvas. ago
Side Story 18: Plotting under the moonlight. ago
Chapter 96: Barracuda Migration Event. ago
Chapter 97: My first Davi. ago
Chapter 98: The Planning of the trip to Firwood. ago
Chapter 99: An Idol's Fire. ago
Chapter 100: Promise. ago
Chapter 101: A Pleasant Trip to Firwood. ago
Chapter 102: Firwood. ago
Chapter 103: The Church of Aurena. ago
Chapter 104: Aurena, the Origin Goddess of Light. ago
Side Story 19: Hestia’s future. ago
Chapter 105: Did I mention I hate Slimes? ago
Chapter 106: Farron, the Guild Master of the Hunters Guild Branch. ago
Chapter 107: We are Adventurers! ago
Chapter 108: Groceries for the Hungry Dragoness. ago
Chapter 109: Guilds. ago
Chapter 110: The Binding Festival. ago
Chapter 111: Training Ellaine. ago
Chapter 112: Discussing Saori’s Business Plans. ago
Chapter 113: Bards and Music. ago
Chapter 114: Temper. ago
Chapter 115: The Dragoon. ago
Chapter 116: The Idol System. ago
Side Story 20: A Maid’s Respect. ago
Side Story 21: A Butler’s Appreciation. ago
Chapter 117: Dwarven Smithy. ago
Chapter 118: Equipment Talk. ago
Chapter 119: On the Road, far from Home. ago
Chapter 120: The Faemancer. ago
Chapter 121: Rashan Village. ago
Chapter 122: Into the Abyss. ago
Chapter 123: Adventurers Vs. Onnikais. ago
Chapter 124: Momentary Respite. ago
Chapter 125: Second Phase, Start! ago
Chapter 126: Unquenchable Fire Vs. Undying Beast. ago
Chapter 127: Wolf Hunting. ago
Side Story 22: The Battle at Castle Teullon. ago
Chapter 128: Advent: Zephira. ago
Chapter 129: The Onnikai’s Revelation. ago
Chapter 130: The Murals of an Artist. ago
Chapter 131: “Aurora” Rises! ago
Chapter 132: “Anti-Davison” Coalition. ago
Chapter 133: That would mean less Dragorade for us, right? ago
Chapter 134: Blade and Shield of Ice. ago
Chapter 135: Bottles. ago
Chapter 136: Chezaic Tea Party. ago
Chapter 137: Rumors are scary. ago
Chapter 138: Restaurant “Aurora.” ago
Chapter 139: The Pale Child. ago
Chapter 140: Firwood Concert. ago
Chapter 141: Raider: Saori. ago
Chapter 142: Saori vs. Kaian. ago
Chapter 143: Raider:Tasianna ago
Side Story 23: Outside the Raid. ago
Chapter 144: Raid Battle: Davison. ago
Chapter 145: The Terror of Firwood. ago
Chapter 146: Aftermath of the Alchemist Raid. ago
Chapter 147: Talks over Curry. ago
Chapter 148: A Normal Temple Visit. ago
Chapter 149: To Life. ago
Chapter 150: A Helvas Reunion. ago
Chapter 151: Ellaine. ago
Chapter 152: The Mystery of Yeast...kinda. ago
Chapter 153: Tracking the Bull. ago
Chapter 154: Bull vs. Hippogryph Knight. ago
Chapter 155: Cernust and Severa. ago
Chapter 156: A Dilemma. ago
Chapter 157: The Grimgarian Battalion. ago
Chapter 158: Prelude to Grim. ago
Chapter 159: The Beastslaughterer. ago
Chapter 160: The Enmity Berserker. ago
Chapter 161: Draconic Lineage. ago
Chapter 162: Stygian. ago
Chapter 163: Goodbye, Firwood. ago
Side Story 24: Firwood. ago
Chapter 164: Cedaraille. ago
Chapter 165: “Emerald-Flare Forest” Dungeon. ago
Chapter 166: Illusionist. ago
Chapter 167: The Magic Tinkerer-in-Training. ago
Chapter 168: The Dishonored Dwarf. ago
Chapter 169: The Sarlenzia Trading Company. ago
Chapter 170: Training Arc #1...or is this the third? ago
Side Story 25: The Actions of Aurora. ago
Chapter 171: The Magical Number 9. ago
Chapter 172: The Alpine Felwings. ago
Chapter 173: The First Year. ago
Chapter 174: Ready to Heat up! ago
Chapter 175: The Students. ago
Chapter 176: The Volchark. ago
Chapter 177: The Fenrir, the Fairy, and the Dwarf. ago
Chapter 178: Student Discussion. ago
Chapter 179: The Goals of the Church of Danterno. ago
Chapter 180: The Demon of the Orb. ago
Chapter 181: Dragon vs. Slazzigula. ago
Chapter 182: Aunt and Niece. ago
Chapter 183: Dungeon Break. ago
Chapter 184: Boss Raid: Molten Core Rachonoid. ago
Chapter 185: Raid Aftermath. ago
Chapter 186: The Blacksmith’s Commitment. ago
Chapter 187: A Pleasant Day with my ‘Niece.’ ago
Chapter 188: Clan Nordoramsul. ago
Chapter 189: A Wolf taking her Wolves out for a Walk. ago
Chapter 190: Sleepover. ago
Side Story 26: The Saintess and the Mother. ago
Chapter 191: Dragoon Princess’s Armor of Crimson Glow. ago
Chapter 192: Country Roads, Thundering Clouds. ago
Chapter 193: Boltreaver’s Revenge. ago
Chapter 194: Faust. ago
Chapter 195: A Champion’s Divine Quest. ago
Chapter 196: Kargryxmor and Hestia. ago
Chapter 197: Time to meet the King. ago
Chapter 198: Griffonpeak. ago
Chapter 199: Eldritch Warrior, Ellaine. ago
Chapter 200: Religious Teachings. ago
Chapter 201: The Mage’s Guild. ago
Chapter 202: Runesmith. ago
Chapter 203: The Artorian Ball Begins. ago
Chapter 204: Idol of Aurena. ago
Chapter 205: Drama is the Spice of Life. ago
Chapter 206: On Wings of Crimson. ago
Chapter 207: The [Room]. ago
Chapter 208: The Bullied fights back. ago
Chapter 209: Support to Find a Brother. ago
Chapter 210: More Plans on my Schedule. ago
Chapter 211: The Saintess of Orphans ago
Chapter 212: Griffonpeak Concert. ago
Chapter 213: Aurora RV, New and Improved. ago
Chapter 214: Elven Outpost Mission. ago
Chapter 215: Whipsword and Hammer Duet. ago
Chapter 216: Geisenlarg Infestation. ago
Chapter 217: A Royal Extermination. ago
Chapter 218: Hotspring ago
Side Story 27: Training in the Belzac Forest. ago
Side Story 28: The Three-Eyed Fenrir, Belzac. ago
Side Story 29: Grimgarian Ambush Battle. ago
Chapter 219: Hestia, Unwilling Mediator. ago
Chapter 220: No School for You and Me! ago
Chapter 221: Rank C Promotion. ago
Chapter 222: Imagine getting a Morality Check from a Demon. ago
Chapter 223: The Power of Fast Travel! ago
Chapter 224: Big Sis Hestia. ago
Chapter 225: Shaturein. ago
Chapter 226: Even Criminals can make decent enough Allies. ago
Chapter 227: The Young Mistress Hates Slave Auctions. ago
Chapter 228: Human Trafficking Prevention Mission. ago
Chapter 229: The Necromancer. ago
Chapter 230: Eithalr’s “Peace” Talk. ago
Chapter 231: To be a Dragon or a Human. ago
Chapter 232: On a Day with Ellaine. ago
Chapter 233: A Meeting with the Cardinal. ago
Chapter 234: My Definition of an Idol. ago
Chapter 235: To the Arena. ago
Chapter 236: To Bring a Smile. ago
Chapter 237: The Start of the Invasion. ago

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Mighty Moushie

Original review below as of chapter 23:


It started out pretty good, but I started losing interest when the parallel minds showed up. The constant switching and color changes were just too much.

Still, that doesn't make it bad. The writing flows well, and grammar mistakes are few and far between. The battles are well written and dynamic. 


New portion:

The author sent me a message saying they had removed my main criticism (the alternate minds) after much reader criticism, and asked if I would keep reading. I'm glad to say I kept reading, as chapter 23 really seems to be the turning point where the minds mostly disappear. With that gone, a lot of the MCs more irritating commentary disappeared, and its almost like a new book with all the good stuff from the original.

It's nice seeing the character grow, especially seeing her recognize and try to atone for her mistakes. Without the inner voices forcing the MC into a trope, her real personality can shine and I like it a lot better. Throw in some faithful companions and brief glimpses into some characters that will eventually be important, and I am more than glad I stuck it out.


Worth taking a look at despite poor early reviews

Reviewed at: Chapter 169: The Sarlenzia Trading Company.

I'm going to admit, I'm not entirely sure why there are so many low reviews for this story. Most of these were written during the earliest stages of the stories developement, to which I can understand some of the critism. It's nothing ground breaking, but neither are most stories on this site. I'm righting this review specifically because I think this story is worth more than what those reviews give it credit for.

The beginning is probably the worst section for being kind off dull and generic, but once the story got off the ground I felt the author really wrote something that will keep me waiting for updates.

I think probably where this story shines are the characters. They aren't exceptionally complex or unique, but watching them grow and change as characters is one of the things that appeals to me most. The author does a great job of bringing these characters to life and making sure all the important ones feel unique in there own way. Though, It does take a while for these characters to really be introduced and everything.

When the story isn't focused on characters the system isn't too burdensome. One of my problems with stories that have systems is that they often times dominate the story and try to carry the story on it's unique mechanics. After the first major section, the system fades a little bit from the forfront and becomes a supporting framework in the background rather than the focus, as I believe it always should. Over focusing on the system almost aways gets boring fast, but forgetting it exists makes it feel like the story was just wasted your time. This story does neither.

Actual word building is part of the stories strong suit as well. The author introduces enough to make the reader never feel lost, but there is aways a certain amount of mystery regarding to greater picture that we are exploring one piece at a time.

Honestly I don't find many faults with this story. I can see people not enjoying it for person reasons. The MC might not appeal to everyone, the early bit isn't outstanding(or even very good at all), ect. But I've not regret reading it and the author only seems like they've improved over time, which is more than what many can say about some stories that end up going nowhere. 

In the end, I just like this story. I'm not going to jump on a podium and start crying that it should be top 5 on the site, but it's worth checking out. Who knows you might enjoy it like I do. It will definitely remain on my follow list until the author takes a nose dive in quality, quits, or finishes the story.




Girl who wanted to be an idol is reincarnated as a baby dragon and probably meant to save the world. Well, who said you can't do both?

Let me first say what I like about the novel: It's the characters. Rarely have I found a novel where the characters seem superficial only to show surprising complexity and this is one of them. Take your average isekai'd classroom with all the stereotypes you expect to see in a Japanese light novel, but give them actual personalities, hopes and dreams that may not fit their stereotype. Then add the MC who is severely spoiled and insecure without giving me a headache about it. Full marks here.

The story is just picking up towards some actual plot, so I've given it a cautious 4.5. It's hard to make out who the 'bad' people are, which I am pretty sure is intentional. She's maybe supposed to avert a dissaster or put something wrong to right, but it's up in the air at the moment.

The writing is easy on the eyes in excellent English, with some German curses thrown in here and there. Yes, there are mistakes, but they are not bad enough to interupt my enjoyment. I'm fairly sensitive to errors even while I can easily read past them at the same time, so you might have a different experience.

The style gets a slight minus due to the parallel minds. I didn't mind them as much as some seem to do and thought them a sign of the MC slowly going insane. Instead of talking to a tree she was talking to herself, pretending they were other identities. I could already imagine her being in company again and casually saying "Oh, one minute, I gotta talk to the voices in my head for a bit." Otherwise they pretty much reflected her own state of mind, so I'm not calling it more than a minor blemish for execution, rather than a bad concept.

All in all a relaxing and entertaining read.


Not gonna lie, it starts out rough and if not for some reviews saying it gets better after chapter 23 I would've completely dropped it. But if you can bear through the first few chapter (or be like me and mostly skim through them and catch up when it gets better) it can be a pretty good read down the line !

I'd say its definitely worth the 5 stars just for the obvious effort and improvement this author have gone through to write their story.


Dragon Fear ? no, Dragon Shenanigans

Reviewed at: Chapter 23: I am Saori Segawa

As expected from a story with a Dragon as a main character, the adventure/action side of this LitRPG  is not the main purpose.

The novel has a clear japanese vibe. Cooking take more room than necessary. Cheat abilities from the start for a quickly OverPowered MC.

the novel doesn't waste time on explaining the other possible abilities and only focus on the MC's one.

We don't know much about the world since the MC is stuck in a forest, but worldbuilding doesn't seems very promising so far.

The way the Mc interact with other creatures is not very reallistic. She want to become a idol but slaughter anything that is not human because... well, experience? she doesn't try to find other ways to achieve her goal and show little remorse when killing children. Worse, she admit it all and yet keep talking about becoming a idol that share joy with people.

When she get cornered by a strong ennemy, deus ex machina save the day.

This novel can be enjoyed, no doubt. If you like Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, this novel has the same vibe but with more slaughter and less cuteness so far since the MC is stuck in a hostile forest inhabited with monsters.

Grammar is good enough except sometimes the MC talk in German, usually for swearing, which i found annoying since i don't know German.

i also dislike the casual way abilities are selected, there is no drive nor style in the MC abilities build, she seems to just pick whatever magic is cheap enought to be bought and whatever can strenghten it. She doesn't spend nearly enough time testing things. same for evolution, she don't really care and evolve as soon as she can without ever thinking twice or trying to see if by training a bit more other possibilities of evolution might become available.

Author made sure that the status page of the MC can be open and close with a button which is very nice since the status page is filled to the brim with abilities and skills and, unless you are masochistic, you will want to skip most of it.

Character development is fine but not rich, i'm more concerned with characters' mindset. The MC's obsession for becoming an idol and desciption of her past life make me doubt her mental age ever reached 10 years old.

the story seems aimed for young teenagers. As i am in my forties, i am not buying all the childish talk and idol dream. But, if you like the japanese light comedy's style, this might work for you.

past chapter 20 i had enought and started skipping a lot of useless gibberish. The novel simply is not for me.

Marmoset Threat

I've read up to chapter 26 and at this point, I'm calling it quits. First, this story isn't bad but it rapidly gets too Japanese/boring for my tastes.

My biggest problem is the main character. In the beginning, where they struggle to survive and learn about the world, I was interested. It was cool to see the MC overcome challenges and learn to survive. Sadly, the intelligence and maturity of the MC rapidly decreases as the story progresses which I personally don't enjoy. 

In summary, don't read this if you don't like:

  • Young and naive children as main characters
  • Anime or Japanese inspired writing and storytelling
  • Kill-to-level boring combat LitRPGs

Cotton Candy novel: slow paced and padded out with barely any developm

Reviewed at: Chapter 84: The Aftermath and Spoils of a Quest

Base concept is decent. That said, it takes over 50 chapters to START moving out of the forest towards civilization, and that wouldn't be so bad if the forest Arc was interesting, but it's not, and it's rubbed in your face that the plot is on ice. You get constant hints about what's outside the forest, while never doing anything or going anywhere. THEN, we get some absolutely terrible side story with garbage characters who don't matter, and you won't miss anything by skipping all of that.  We eventually get a plot twist getting out of the forest, of course because moving somewhere can't be simple, and with standardized travel padding,. HOW LONG UNTIL NAMEK? Anyways, the story finally starts moving, and the content stops. Don't bother with this novel until 300 chapters, unless you like reading cotton candy fluff novels with no plot progress and end content the second it starts moving somewhere. Recommendation to author: move faster or write faster, and drop the padding because it's poorly done with a few exceptions. The plot twist padding was somewhat acceptable. The main characters are overall carrying the novel.


Read if you like Tensei Slime, or I'm a spider so what

Reviewed at: Side Story 9: This party has no future…

Overall, the story does exactly what it tries to.

It's a lighthearted story about a girl turned into a baby dragon, and her experiences as she traipses through the world with her quickly growing isekai troupe. She begins to experience the world while avoiding the gods and goddesses harping on her, continuing her dream of becoming an idol which was her goal in her past life.

The style and grammar leave nothing wanting, and I have only noticed a few small errors here and there. They were too small to really bring up, and I quickly skipped past them.

The story itself is pretty typical, very reminiscent of Kumo Ga Desu Ka, but that has a certain appeal to it in itself. It hasn't offered anything groundbreaking yet, but that is to be expected for a story like this. If you like Kumo, you will probably enjoy this. 

The characters are pretty typical for the genre and tend to follow tropes that already exist, but that also fits the genre and what the author is trying to do. The author likes to take each character and put a bit of a spin on them, making them a bit more interesting and fleshed out.

If the genre is something you like, you will certainly enjoy this. Give it a read if you have the time.



Interesting story, a bit slow at first, but picks up after a bit. The main characters are very relatable and likeable. The litRPG elements are well done, and they aren't too intrusive since the author put them into spoiler boxes after the status screens started to get too long. 


The characters and their interactions are adorable. The battle scenes are exciting. Am looking forward to if or how MC's idol dream is going to be used: like a saint, battle diva, or princess/mabye queen of the forest lead her people? Only time can tell and i for one am looking foward to many amzing chapters, twists, and evenys to come