There is something fishy about Arvil since she acted so suspiciously from the last episode. This behavior from her could suggest that she is an imposter. If she is an imposter, where is the real Arvil hidden and what is the imposter’s true identity? Both of these questions will be resolved in this episode.
It was revealed that the fake Arvil is Kuiaran the 2nd. The Kuilaran family is notorious for being phantom thieves. Maxim was the first Kuiaran phantom thief who hid stuff in specific areas. Perhaps Millie knew that he is a phantom thief and wanted to retaliate against him. Since she is going to die from a disease, she decided to lock him in the crypt so he cannot steal ever again in exchange of sacrificing herself. As a result of being locked in, Maxim was unable to hide the book and died in the crypt. From that information, Kuiaran the 2nd knew that the book was there. So, she got help from the two men to open the crypt and get the book.
In addition, there were some obvious clues that gave away Kuiaran the 2nd’s true identity. First off, the obsession of ghost stories from her was a tad too much. While the real Arvil liked ghost stories, the imposter is obsessive and thought that the so-called “Golden Fairy” doesn’t actually exist. In addition, the ghost stories Kuiaran told pretty much gave the location where Arvil is hidden. Lastly, the makeup on Kuiran’s face and her seductive personality blew her cover since the real Arvil does not wear any nor she has a flirty/manipulative personality.
Victorica ‘s cute and badass moments were so apparent that it causes a moè nosebleed. When she came out of hiding, I really liked her cute face when she is given Japanese candy. The remark that the candy looks like poop she gave made me laugh a lot. On the other hand, she was badass when she throws a pile of heavy book after stopping Kuiaran from finishing Kazuya off. So basically, this is her thanks for Kazuya for saving and protecting her on the Queen Barry. As for Kuiaran the 2nd, she fell down the stairs and possibly died or got injured from the impact.
While this mystery looked short, these two mysteries showed Victorica’s ability to solve mysteries and also, the desire to make friends. Victorica is compared to the “golden fairy,” which only wanted company after living in isolation for a long time. Considering how long Victorica was raised in the sandbox, she lacked the ability to get friends. With Kazuya on her side, she will be more confident in herself knowing that she has a companion that genuinely cares for her.