Warning.

Warning

Taco

Warning

As one of you mentioned, not everyone may want to read this next chapter as It will be a rough ending, just so you have an idea of what would have happened had the story kept going. But spend my nights thinking I need to finish this, so For my peace of mind here you go


Ainz had observed Taylor's transformation over the months - from a shy and reserved girl who sought refuge in the superhero persona to a self-assured and determined young woman who wasn't afraid to challenge his decisions. He was pleased with how their interactions had evolved, becoming more akin to friendly banter with no real hostilities.

He trusted Taylor's abilities and knew that she was capable of defending Brockton Bay single-handedly, even without the army of undead they had at their disposal. The discovery that corpses could be used to summon creatures indefinitely had been a game-changer for them, and Ainz couldn't help but marvel at his luck for stumbling upon this fact.

When Taylor had faced Skidmark, Ainz had summoned undead to help her subdue the merchant reinforcements. He left an eyeball corpse to monitor the situation before rising into the sky where he summoned summon high-tier wraths,to immobilize the two groups he could see heading toward the fight. As Ainz made his way to squealer's workshop, his curiosity about tinker tech grew. He was eager to explore the place and see if there was anything of value that he could use for his own purposes. However, he was also cautious and knew that tinkers were dangerous adversaries to face, especially on their own base. He had heard from Pho about how unpredictable tinker traps could be, and he didn't want to take any chances.

To ensure his safety, Ainz decided to summon his favorite undead, the Death Knight. The powerful creature would enter the workshop first, setting off any traps and ensuring that the way was clear for Ainz to follow. But what should have been a common summoning, became weird when black goo oozed out of his hand and flowed through the wall near him, confused by this and interested in how different the summoning was from the standard he was used to, he decided to follow it. Turned out his death knight had appeared inside the dilapidated building, he didn't fail to notice it was standing over a mattress with countless needles littered nearby. The situation had been interesting enough but he was too busy to follow up as he still had a tinker to deal with.

So he commanded it to move in.

He watched as the Death Knight disappeared into the workshop, its powerful form quickly pushing aside any obstacles in its way. Ainz felt a sense of reassurance knowing that the Death Knight was there to protect him, and he followed close behind, ready to uncover the secrets that lay hidden within the workshop.

...

Two days later when the summon had not yet disappeared as the rest had, he searched for answers, exploring the buildings nearby the location it was summoned had him eventually the corpse of a junky who seemed to have died from an overdose, noticing how similar everything looked to where his death knight was summoned, he trusted his hunch and summoned another death knight.

The discovery of being able to create an army of undead had opened up multiple possibilities for Ainz, but he knew that getting Taylor on board was crucial before he could proceed. He had learned from his time with her that lying or going behind her back would shatter her trust in him, so unless he could keep the army a secret forever, it would be in his best interest to convince her.

Initially, Taylor had been hesitant to use corpses when summoning undead, but Bakuga's bombing and the merciless mercenaries' attacks had made her more practical and pragmatic. Ainz encouraged this as the benefits of having a loyal undead army were too valuable to be wasted. With the abundant supply of dead bodies resulting from the fights, he hadn't even needed to kill anyone to create them. He only recommended putting the criminals to good use for society in at least one way.

Those who had once terrorized the streets and harmed the defenseless now roamed as wraiths, stopping others from doing the same. It was a satisfying way for Ainz to turn the tables and use the power of the undead for good.

After handing stopping roughly everyone in one gang, which likely accounted for over eighty percent of their members, and all their capes to the PRT, Ainz had expected to be treated like a hero and not be criticized for his actions. However, the PRT's attitude was mildly antagonistic, constantly complaining and pushing for them to submit themselves to the organization.

In retrospect, Ainz realized that he may have contributed to this attitude during their first meeting.


Director Piggot was about to meet two new capes, feeling a mix of frustration and admiration for what they had accomplished. They hadn't gone on a destructive rampage like so many other new capes do, but they had also eliminated an entire gang without any regard for the consequences. It was a classic case of the ends justifying the means, and while she couldn't deny the effectiveness of their actions, she also couldn't ignore the fact that they had upset the balance of power in the city.

Now she had to convince them to join the Protectorate, but that task was made all the more difficult by the fact that their equipment couldn't seem to read them properly and so had no information on them. Collin had already reported that his tech was failing to get a read on either of them, and attempts to analyze them with X-rays or other diagnostic tools only resulted in equipment failure. It was frustrating, but at least video cameras seemed to work on them.

But that wasn't the only problem. These two strangers had displayed multiple powers, making them trumps. Two fucking trumps working together in her city . Piggot knew that trumps were always difficult to deal with, and two of them working together would only compound the problem. It was going to be a delicate situation, and she knew that one wrong move could result in disaster.

She took a deep breath and opened the door, only to be greeted by two capes dressed who seemed ready to give her PR team nightmares. Capes couldn't just act normal for one second. Piggot pushed her hesitation aside and took a seat across from them.

"So, you're the new capes who took down the merchants, correct?" she said, trying to butter them up. Capes loved it when you spoke highly of them. Once they were confident, she could break them apart and lean on them to join the Protectorate. It was a strategy that had worked on multiple wards.

But this meeting hadn't gone to plan. Ainz seemed to be the typical arrogant type, and worse, he had the aura to go along with it. At some point, she had to step out of the room to confirm she wasn't being mastered or he had some glory girl type aura by how regal he seemed. Sadly, she wasn't, leaving her no excuse to have them both detained.

Her irritation increased when instead of his usual deflections, Ainz had seemed to get irritated himself with their questioning and began to insult all her work.

"Now, why would I want to join such a joke of an organization? All I see is incompetence and failure since I arrived in Brockton Bay," he said mockingly.

Piggot and Armsmaster's expressions darkened, and Armsmaster's grip tightened as he was ready to attack. Piggot spoke up in a challenge, "Typical, you arrive and have done one thing and already think you are superior to everyone else. Listen to me, because I won't repeat it. You two may want to play hero and challenge the capes, but without our support, you will only fuck up the city more."

Ainz just leaned back and relaxed, unconcerned with her words, which only fueled her anger.

"Tell me then, what do you think are our failings if they are so obvious?" she demanded.

Ainz chuckled. "Fine, let's start with how this organization, for all it stands for, hasn't done more than slow down the villains in this city. Don't even pretend it's because you can't when we just demonstrated how weak these villainous capes can be. Really now, a man with a gun could have easily taken them down with just a bit of planning."

Piggot didn't disagree. She would have preferred to send in trained soldiers to take out the capes long ago, but she wasn't allowed to by her higher-ups. But it wasn't like there were not good reasons for their actions.

"If we did what you suggested, we would have civilians getting hurt left and right from these weak capes as you called them fighting back unrestrained and desperately."

Ainz just chuckled, a cold and calculated sound that made everyone in the room tense up. "You say that like civilians aren't getting hurt in the little brawls your heroes like to participate in. All you do is spread out the suffering instead of actually fixing it." His words were sharp and pointed, like knives cutting through the air.

"Secondly, why would I join a group that is so easily infiltrated?" he continued.

Pigget's eyes narrowed as she glared at the man before her. "What are you implying?" she demanded, her voice low and dangerous.

Ainz's expression didn't waver as he responded. "I'm saying that I'm confident gangs have moles feeding them all those precious secrets you have," he said matter-of-factly.

Armsmaster tensed up, his grip tightening on his weapon. "And how do you know that?" he growled.

Ainz just smirked. "Oh, because I have my mole in one of the gangs feeding me everything they find out," he said. "Can't really tell you who or where they are. Can't really trust you to keep that information secret after all. So if one gang has access to your organization, I'm sure the other ones can probably do it as well."

The room fell into stunned silence as the weight of his words sank in. Pigget and Armsmaster exchanged a look, both of them realizing the gravity of the situation. If Ainz was right, then their organization was in serious trouble. They needed to find a way to root out the moles and protect their information.

But as they looked up, Ainz was already on his feet, his cape billowing behind him. "I'm done wasting my time here," he said with a dismissive wave of his hand. And with that, he disappeared in a flash of light, leaving Pigget and Armsmaster to contemplate the implications of his words.


His decision to reveal their leaks and his one "mole", was a cleaver maneuver in his own opinion, One that he was sure Punitto Moe would have approved of. Not only would it distract the PRT and keep them busy finding their own moles, but it would also create uncertainty among the villains, who would be unsure whether they had a mole or not. Ainz hoped that in their search for the mole, the villains would inadvertently reveal any remaining gang members that had eluded the shadow demons.

Of course, Taylor didn't stay quiet over his actions, but he was able to easily divert her anger by revealing the identity of Shadow Stalker. When she finally calmed down enough to demand an explanation for his secrecy, Ainz quickly thought up a reasonable excuse for why he hadn't said anything since he may offend her if he said he was just worried she would attack sophia in school. He claimed that he had planned everything since the moment he arrived in the city and didn't want to risk her giving out any clues to the heroes for when this meeting eventually took place. To his surprise, Taylor believed him, and he found himself momentarily distracted by her belief in his words, leading him to agree with her without fully considering the implications.

In the days that followed, Ainz and Taylor launched a coordinated attack on the empire, using Ainz's knowledge of each cape's identity and his shadow demons to incapacitate them all at once. However, things took a turn for the worse when the remaining two main gangs, Lung's and Coil's, escalated their efforts.

Lung had recruited a bomb tinker, while Coil had brought in the Travelers, led by a monstrous figure.


Coil was a man who preferred to operate from the shadows, using phone calls to direct his mercenaries and maintain his anonymity. He had multiple bases across the city but rarely showed his face in person. That changed when the travelers arrived in town. Coil saw an opportunity to gain leverage over them and decided to meet with them himself. Little did he know, a shadow demon had been lurking inside his base, waiting for the perfect opportunity to track him. This is why days later when Coil had given his order to the travelers to hunt down and kill Ainz and Taylor, Believing that Noelle would be a perfect weapon to unleash on the city

His shadow demon messaged Ainz and asked for permission to kill coil. Without hesitation, he granted the request. The full extent of Coil's powers was never revealed to Ainz.

This left Ainz with the daunting task of fending off the travelers while searching for a way to stop Noelle. Her healing abilities had surpassed anything he had seen thus far, and he was unwilling to risk using any high-tier destructive spells in the middle of the city.

Meanwhile, Taylor was doing her best to stop or slow down the bombings throughout the city, since Ainz had failed to keep track of the new tinker among the Abbs. It seemed to recall his hanzos and to have it focus on locating the empire capes had come back to bite them. As Ainz had not been able to tell Taylor where they were hiding, not while he was busy dealing with Noelle

Despite the difficulties, Ainz was eventually able to wear down Noelle by using multiple liches who bombarded her with spells from the sky, while he cast had cast True Death and eventually Hell's Flame. Although Noelle was unable to acquire any capes to use as weapons, her healing abilities were formidable. Nevertheless, Ainz was able to slowly destroy her at a faster rate than she could heal.

Once Noelle was defeated, Ainz assisted Taylor in locating the main base of the ABB and putting an end to their rampage. Lung, angered by Ainz's sudden arrival, began to transform, but Ainz used Grasp Heart to kill him instantly. He then focused on the mosquito-like cape who was teleporting around him, but by using Time Stop and Life Essence he was to locate the real Oni Lee who had the most HP. With Delay Magic, he was able to perfectly time a Death spell the moment Time Stop ended.

With his other tasks complete, Ainz turned his attention to Lung whose life essence revealed to still be living, intrigued by the extent of his healing abilities. Despite having lost his dragon form and reverted to his human form, Lung was still alive and breathing. Ainz couldn't help but ponder how far his regeneration could go.

"Ahh, so your healing can even replace a heart," he mused. "I wonder how much further it can extend."

Examining Lung further, Ainz noted his immunity to fire, even against his seventh-tier spell, Hell Flame. He expressed disappointment that Lung had squandered his potential as a villain. A few other spells were cast but it seemed his defenses focused on healing and fire immunity.

"Either way I should just end this," Ainz declared, unleashing his Black Hole spell, which sucked Lung's body into the abyss.

Using charm on the surviving lieutenants, Ainz easily learned where Bakuga was hiding. It became easy for him to finish her off, as his shadow demons investigated her base and brought her to him with a coordinated Gate as they grabbed her. After charming her, Ainz had Bakuga reveal her secrets about how she activated the bombs and the condition of her dead man switch. He then removed her gear and stored it in his inventory before casually bringing her to the PRT and alerting them about the dead man switch.

In the following days, small cells of the remaining ABB gang members attempted to get revenge by performing guerilla tactics in the city. However, Ainz and Taylor were able to mostly take care of them with their combined efforts, covering more ground than the other heroes who tried to help.

...

Not every action Ainz took was combat-related. One day, Mr. Hebert complained to him about the dire situation in the docks and how the dock workers were out of work. Ainz was curious and asked Danny what could be done to revitalize the city. To his surprise, Danny and Taylor were excitedly discussing their plans and Ainz's offhanded comments somehow led them to believe he could easily solve the problem. Ainz realized he should be more careful about what he said.

In the following days, Ainz helped clean up the bay by destroying old ships and removing any remaining junk. Although it was a hassle, the view without the eyesores was worth it. Inspired by the progress they made, Ainz continued to find ways to repair and improve the city.

Despite their efforts to make the city a better place, the PRT attempted to stop them, but they had no feasible way to stop the two capes who had already defeated every villain in town. The PRT's last resort was to reveal what Ainz and Taylor were doing and label them as dangerous villains. However, their plan failed as the majority of people who lived in previously gang-owned territories felt safer and saw the announcement as the PRT's jealousy.

Unfortunately, the PRT succeeded in twisting public opinion against them with those outside the city, with heroes from all over the United States ready to take them down. Ainz decided to crush their spirits and expose the Protectorate's failures, but this time to the world. He left the city in Taylor's capable hands and teleported to Ellisburg, the home of the famous Nilbog. He was unconcerned with the panic he caused and flew toward the edge of the wall, confident in his safety.

...

The rest of the world only found out what had happened in the quarantine zone days later when hackers began sharing the videos online of the security cameras in Ellisburg. The video began with Ainz's arrival, showcasing large rune-like lights that shot up into the sky. Although the display was impressive, it was somewhat anticlimactic, until every creature in the area suddenly dropped dead a few seconds later. For a moment, people watched in awe as the previously feared monsters remained motionless. However, their attention was quickly diverted when a dark void appeared out of nowhere above the city.

The surreal sight continued as the black void poured itself onto the lifeless bodies, slowly reforming them into grotesque monstrosities. The Two creatures emerged from the void, emitting eerie sheep-like noises as they moved through the city. One of the creatures focused on eliminating any surviving monsters, while the other began digging into the ground.

Everyone watched as the second creature pulled out a seed-like sack containing the goblin king and held it up. Ainz descended slowly, like a god receiving an offering, before casting a small flame that burned the figure. Although people were disturbed by the scene, they cheered at the realization that the S-class threat, Nilbog, was finally eradicated.

Now, people were wondering what Ainz would do next. The goat-like creatures in the center of the city were slumbering, and Ainz had not been seen since.

The next time people heard about Ainz, they were relieved to learn that the Slaughterhouse Nine had been killed, as confirmed by PRT through a few witnesses. While there was no video evidence this time, Ainz's previous demonstration was enough for people to believe that he had the power to do it.

This raised questions and debates across the country about why the heroes hadn't been able to do it before. Although Ainz had shown tremendous power, the Triumvirate was just as powerful and had the support of the country's heroes, so why had they not been able to do what one cape had done?

...

Finding the Slaughterhouse Nine had been harder than Ainz had anticipated, given their unpredictable and nomadic lifestyle. He eventually used a cash item that pointed in the direction of another player using their name, and it paid off as he was able to get a rough idea of where to search.

As they were traveling in an RV, most of the Slaughterhouse Nine were taken care of by a meteor fall. However, Ainz was surprised when he took damage from nowhere and realized that the Siberian was attacking him. He tried to cast spells and dodge the creature's attacks but was unable to damage it. He eventually cast discern enemy, which failed and then tried again with sense enemy, which led him to the source of the projection. He distracted the Siberian and sent an undead summons to kill the source, successfully eliminating the threat.

While Ainz was away on his quest to eliminate S-class threats, news of his disappearance and the successful eradication of the infamous Nilbog had spread far and wide. The Teeth, a notorious gang of villains, saw an opportunity to take advantage of the power vacuum in the city and made a move into the heart of Brockton Bay

The Butcher, a ruthless member of the Teeth known for his brutal methods, began to stir up trouble, spreading fear and chaos throughout the city in their attempt to lure Taylor out.

The Butcher had found out about the wraiths' powers and decided to take hostages to prevent their use. Despite her best efforts to send her undead to rescue the hostages, every attempt resulted in the death of a captive. The Butcher seemed to be always one step ahead, and it seemed like the situation was becoming increasingly dire.

Desperate for a solution, Taylor knew that she had to reach out to Ainz for help. Using a message scroll, she alerted him of the situation in the city and asked him to return and put an end to the Butcher.

In the end, Ainz had to make a quick decision to save the hostages and neutralize the enemy forces. With no time to waste, he froze time to assess the situation and plan his next move. After locating the hostages and identifying the nearby enemy targets, he used his delay magic to kill them without anyone realizing what had happened. Once the spell ended, he immediately activated a wide teleportation spell and safely transported the hostages out of the fighting zone, allowing Taylor to send in her undead forces to finish off the remaining enemies.

But Ainz's victory was short-lived as he was faced with a dilemma. While he had secured the butcher and the other teeth were either dead or unconscious, he worried about the possibility of the butcher's madness being transferred to Taylor's as he was technically her power at work.

Seeking a solution, Ainz turned to control amnesia to erase all memories related to the butcher from the current butcher. As he delved deeper into their minds, he stumbled upon a memory that was hidden behind a seemingly impenetrable wall. Using more mana, Ainz broke through and uncovered a startling revelation - a memory of two planet-sized entities communicating with each other and conferring immense power to someone.

Ainz's mind raced with possibilities, but with his mana reserves almost depleted, he made a snap decision to wipe everything clean, leaving the butcher in a vegetative state. He didn't care about the public perception or consequences of his actions, for he was consumed by the mystery of the memory he had uncovered.

Eventually, Ainz remembered the group of capes who had left the city shortly after his destruction of the Empire. Faultline's crew, according to his Hanzos reports, had been relentlessly searching for any information related to their past. Ainz realized that most case53s like them had woken up one day with no recollection of their past and a disfigured body, wondering if this was related to the memories locked inside the butcher. Thus, he thought of seeking them out.

Although Ainz didn't want to be forceful, he managed to convince them to let him use his magic on them. Their desperation to know anything about their past finally made them agree. However, instead of discovering something akin to the two entities like Butcher had, Ainz was astonished to find memories of a clandestine organization that had been conducting experiments and providing abilities to individuals from other worlds.

The discovery left Ainz with more questions than answers. Who were the individuals from other worlds? Why were they being given powers? And what was the ultimate goal of this organization? Despite the questions, Ainz couldn't help but feel a sense of excitement. The possibility of uncovering something so monumental was rare in his world, and he couldn't wait to explore it further.

And more important, was the discovery that the triumvirate was part of or even running the organization.


Time skip


Brockton Bay was under attack by an Endbringer, and Clockblocker found himself staring in disbelief as the world around him turned monochrome. He had experienced this before, on several occasions in the past few months - brief moments where time seemed to freeze.

The first time it happened, he had been in class and his teacher had suddenly stopped talking. At first, he thought he had just zoned out, but then he noticed that all the background noise had disappeared as well. It was an eerie feeling, and he had been too stunned to react before time started moving again.

The second time it happened, he had been excited at the prospect of finally discovering an extension to his power. He had spent hours trying to trigger it, but to no avail. Now, he realized that those times had nothing to do with him.

He couldn't help but think of Ainz Ooal Gown, the man who had seemingly saved his father's life with some kind of chemical tinker tech. Clockblocker was a supporter of Ainz, despite the complaints from his friends and fellow Protectorate members. To Clockblocker, Ainz had done nothing wrong.

But those thoughts were pushed aside as he faced the terrifying reality of an Endbringer attack. The scene before him was unreal, and he struggled to comprehend the magnitude of the situation.

Two grotesque sheep that seemed to have stepped out of a work by H.P. Lovecraft stood frozen in place alongside everything else. One had several arms wrapped around the Endbringer, pulling Leviathan deeper into the ocean, something it had been up to since the moment Ainz teleported them from Ellisburg. The second one had been trying to restrain Leviathan's arms and was currently frozen mid-action, with one limb in the process of falling to the ground as Leviathan's claw had just ripped it off. If the fight had continued, it would have taken less than a minute for the creature to cut off the remaining tentacle-like appendages.

To add to the unreal and horrifying scene, a tsunami loomed a mile off the coast, held at bay by the fact time had stopped.

But Clockblocker's attention was drawn away from the surreal battle when he noticed a solitary figure drifting nonchalantly in the air near the monster. Runes reminiscent of those in Ainz used against Nilbolgs creations' domain floated around him.

A wave of dread hit him as he feared this was a repeat of Ellisburg, where the same figure had summoned more creatures using the monsters there as sacrifices. Would this time be any different? Would he use the capes here to summon more? Would they use Leviathan himself as the sacrificial offering? And would the deaths of his fellow capes be worth it if the spell worked?

As much as he wanted to say no, he knew the odds of capes dying in an Endbringer fight. He knew that if the spell managed to kill Leviathan, the world would see it as a small cost. But his friends would still die.

His protest went unheard as colors flooded back into the world, and time resumed once more.

He watched in awe as the enormous gold sword descended from the heavens, glinting in the sunlight as it came closer and closer to Leviathan. The creature seemed to sense the impending danger and redoubled its struggle against the two sheep holding it in place, but they held firm.

As the sword slammed down into Leviathan with a resounding crash, the world seemed to shatter around them. The sky opened up and reality itself seemed to break apart, leaving everyone stunned and speechless.

For a moment, it was as if they were watching a scene straight out of a cartoon. Leviathan, along with the two sheep, slowly split into two halves where the sword had cut through, with both pieces falling away from each other in a spray of water and debris. It would have been funny had it not been such a horrifying event

Ainz stood there, seemingly unfazed by the chaos around him.

As they all looked at each other, the enormity of what had just happened began to sink in. Ainz had just destroyed an Endbringer with a single blow. And in doing so, he had saved countless lives and prevented untold destruction.

They all breathed a sigh of relief as they realized that the tsunami, which had been waiting off the coast, was no longer a threat. Ainz had not only defeated Leviathan, but he had also managed to destroy the impending disaster with the same strike.

After a few tense moments, the realization that Leviathan was truly dead sunk in among the gathered heroes and villains. Cheers erupted from the crowd as they hugged and celebrated together, the boundary between heroes and villains was momentarily forgotten in their shared triumph.

But for Ainz, the victory was secondary to his new goal. He pushed past the celebrating capes, making his way toward Alexandria, his main source of information. Ignoring her attempts to speak and uncaring over the onlookers, Ainz casted a charm spell on Alexandria. He needed answers and was determined to uncover the truth behind the group she belonged to.

His actions didn't go unnoticed as those capes nearby moved to defend Alexandria, only for themselves to freeze mid-attack. Ainz had cast Hold Species to prevent them from interfering, before turning his attention back to the charmed Alexandria.

"Tell me about Cauldron," he demanded.

Alexandria hesitated at first, aware of the sensitive nature of the information. However, Ainz's reassurance helped her to overcome her concerns.

"Don't worry about them, trust me, Everyone here is trustworthy" he said.

With that, Alexandria began to explain the true nature of Cauldron and their goals. The horrified crowd learned that Case 53s were test subjects and that Cauldron's ultimate aim was to fight Scion.

The revelations sent shockwaves through the gathered capes many of whom were unaware of the full extent of Cauldron's activities.

Ainz, intrigued by the new information provided by Alexandria, decided to act upon it. He had her open a portal to Cauldron, where he could potentially acquire the entity to create a new class of undead and prepare for the battle against Scion


Well, here you guys go, the end. Sorta.

I did have the outline ready two weeks back but wanted to include the Povs had previously written then I felt the need to add more detail on how people died and so on, combined with the lack of motivation made me take longer than I wished. Today I sat down and finished off the leviathan fight and the afterward part, then said, let's give chatgtp a chance to do a grammar check for me.

Now I did write everything, 5k words but I used chatgtp to edit my writing hopefully making it easier to read.

It's harder than I thought as Chatgtp wants to change things or tell me a charm spell is inappropriate to use in writing as it gives bad message and recommends me not to write that. In the end, I just had it correct one paragraph at a time and focus on correcting overwriting. Just so you don't think I had chatgtp write this story.

Still fun to use and it did write interesting stories, even if Taylor kept getting power boosts or Ainz had epic fights against weak people.

Example of ChatGTP writing

Taylor sat in her room, staring at the ceiling, lost in thought. She couldn't believe what she had done. She had betrayed Ainz, the one who had helped her defeat Scion and save the world. But she had to do it. She couldn't let him go on like this.

It had all started when Ainz became obsessed with creating a world-class undead with the corpse of entities. At first, Taylor tried to reason with him, telling him that it was wrong and that they should focus on building a better future. But Ainz wouldn't listen. He was convinced that he needed this power to protect the world.

As time went on, Taylor began to see a darker side to Ainz. He was becoming more and more ruthless, willing to do whatever it took to achieve his goals. She started to question whether he was really on the side of the heroes.

Then, one day, Ainz crossed a line. He attacked a group of innocent civilians, claiming that they were potential threats to the world. Taylor knew she couldn't let him get away with it. She had to stop him.

She confronted Ainz, but he wouldn't listen. He saw her as a traitor, someone who had turned her back on their mission to protect the world. Taylor knew what she had to do. She gathered a group of heroes and they attacked Ainz's base.

The battle was fierce, with both sides suffering heavy losses. In the end, Taylor and her team emerged victorious. Ainz was captured and taken into custody.

As she watched Ainz being led away, Taylor felt a sense of relief, but also a deep sadness. She had lost a friend, but she knew that what she had done was right. She had stood up against someone who had lost sight of what it meant to be a hero, and she had won.

Taylor knew that the world was still in danger, but she also knew that there were good people out there who would continue to fight for it. She would be one of them, working to build a better future for everyone.