At last, the princess from the Lapanesta Kingdom, Rona finally appears. I wonder how she will react when she finds out that Yulia is the hero.
It’s only a matter of time until the princess appears, but she is finally here. The princess of Lapanesta Kingdom, Rona Principa O’Rabanesta or rather, Rona finally decides to find her hero. It’s quite amusing that she knows where the hero is. However, she doesn’t know the hero is actually a girl.
While Yulia and her friends becomes amazed by Rona’s appearance, I find it amusing how Mao tries to convince her that the Hero isn’t here. Of course, Yulia and her friends put on a dynamic introduction with Mei using her special effects Cartado card. While the knights surround them for that, Rona at last finds the hero she is looking for. Mao is really bad at keeping this a secret.
Rona is in disbelief that the hero in this age is a girl. Regardless, she still accepts her as a hero as she hugs Yulia. After all, the “Dark Blue Fae Truth” Cartado confirms that Yulia is the true hero and Rona recognizes her as such. Still, I find it funny how she secretly knows that Mao is the demon lord. This causes her to become nervous despite retiring from that position. I guess it’s only a matter of time until Yulia finds out. After all, Yulia and Mao are bounded by deep ties.
As for Rona, it’s obvious that she becomes smitten by Yulia. Despite her ideal hero being a girl, she accepts this fact already as she hugs Yulia on stage. To take it a step further, when Yulia and her friends walk in the hall, Rona was waiting for her. She mentions that the students are lacking their love for Yulia. I find it funny how Yulia’s face blushes completely red when Rona mentions love. Of course, Rona’s love for Yulia grows even further towards the end of the episode.
Either way, Rona decides to throw a festival for Yulia. I find it funny how Yulia becomes disheartened by people eating food with her face on it and playing games involves her. I guess Yulia is not used to being famous, but she will get used to it in due time. Still, the play that the knights put on is hilarious. Meanwhile, Seria is in despair as everyone laughs at the actors who are portraying her and her friends.
As expected, there is that important meeting. After all, Rona looked forward to meeting her ideal hero since her childhood. She also dreamed of even marrying the hero. While Yulia pulls the usual “we’re both women” cliché, it’s obvious that Rona won’t let that be a thing that stops her. After all, she says that issue is trivial and she can simply change the law. Now, that is forward thinking as Rona believes that gender doesn’t matter when it comes to love.
Regardless, after Yulia heads out to defeat the monster, she said to Rona that “it’s not because I’m the Hero, but rather it’s who I am.” After Rona thinks about what Yulia said, her heart starts getting excited. It’s obvious that she is in love with Yulia. With that, she decides to attend adventurer’s school so she can be with Yulia. I wonder how she will play a part in Yulia’s party. We’ll find out soon enough. Regardless, it seems that Mao has to tread carefully now that Rona knows the secret or her retirement will end abruptly.