Death Is The Only Ending For The Villainess – Chapter 97

“You think I’m going to let you kill me?” The villainess glared at her would-be murderer, her eyes filled with hatred. “I’m not going to give you the satisfaction.” With those words, she threw herself off the cliff, plunging to her death. It was a fitting end for a villainess – one who had caused so much pain and destruction in her lifetime. And yet, as she lay dying, she couldn’t help but feel regretful. What could she have done differently? If only she had been born into a different life…

The villainess is killed by the hero

Villains are destined to die chapter 97

The heroine falls victim to the villain’s scheme, but in the end, she is saved by the hero. He defeats the villain and rescues her, killing him in the process. This is a typical ending for a villainous character; their death usually signifies the end of their evil deeds.

The villainess is reborn as a commoner

The villainess is reborn as a commoner and starts her new life in a small village. She is content with her simple life and enjoys the peace and quiet that comes with it. However, she soon discovers that the villagers are not as accepting of her as she thought they would be. They gossip about her and spread rumors that she is a witch. The villainess is hurt by their words and decides to leave the village.

The villainess meets the hero again

The villainess meets the hero again, and this time she’s determined to make him hers. She’s been waiting for this moment, planning and plotting, and now she’s ready to take what’s rightfully hers. The hero, on the other hand, is less than thrilled to see her. He knows her history, her reputation, and he wants nothing to do with her. But the villainess is relentless, and she won’t take no for an answer. In the end, the hero succumbs to her charms and they share a night of passion. But what the villainess doesn’t know is that the hero has ulterior motives of his own…

The villainess becomes the hero’s enemy

The villainess always seems to be the hero’s enemy. She’s the one who’s always trying to kill him or destroy his life in some way. But what if the villainess became the hero’s friend? What if she became his ally?

It’s not impossible. In fact, it happens more often than you might think. The villainess and the hero can overcome their differences and work together for a common goal. It doesn’t happen overnight, but it is possible.

The key is for the hero to see the potential in the villainess. He has to realize that she isn’t purely evil, that there is good in her as well. Once he does that, he can start to build a relationship with her. It won’t be easy, but it is possible.

The villainess falls in love with the hero

In many stories, the villainess is portrayed as a heartless, cold-blooded creature who only cares about destroying the hero. However, there are some tales in which the villainess falls in love with the hero – even though she knows that he’s her sworn enemy.

One example of this is “The Scarlet Pimpernel” by Baroness Orczy. In the story, the heroine, Marguerite Blakeney, is married to Sir Percy Blakeney – a dashing English gentleman who leads a double life as the Scarlet Pimpernel, a daring rescuer of French aristocrats during the Reign of Terror. Marguerite is unaware of her husband’s secret identity until she meets Chauvelin, a ruthless French agent who has been sent to capture the Scarlet Pimpernel.

Chauvelin quickly realizes that Marguerite is in love with her husband and decides to use this to his advantage. He tells her that if she helps him capture the Scarlet Pimpernel, then he will spare Percy’s life. Marguerite agrees and betrays her husband – but when Chauvelin tries to kill Percy anyway, she realizes that she made a mistake. In the end, Marguerite helps Percy escape and Chauvelin is left empty-handed and frustrated.

Another example of a villainess falling for the hero can be found in “Romeo and Juliet

The villainess dies in the hero’s arms

The villainess dies in the hero’s arms is one of the most popular death scenes in fiction. It is often used to add a bit of tragedy and drama to the story. The hero may be left heartbroken and devastated by the loss of the villainess, but he will always remember her.


It’s been a long journey, but it’s finally over. Death is the only ending for the villainess, and I’m so glad that it was able to end on a positive note. Chapter 97 was the perfect conclusion to this story, and I loved every minute of it. Thank you so much for sticking with me until the very end!

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