Apparently, a guard kidnapped Pauline. What will Mile, Mavis and Reina do to rescue her?
From last time, Pauline mysteriously disappeared as Mile and her friends head back to their inn. Apparently, Mavis received letters about her little older brother marrying a girl in one of the pile of letters. After finding out the business that Pauline’s family runs, she knew something was off. They are not wrong.
As revealed from Pauline revealing her past in the 5th episode, apparently the head clerk wants to force a political marriage. It’s obvious the reason is. They want Pauline to marry one of Mavis’s brothers so that he can take the riches from their family. It seems that they forgot that the suitor that they want Pauline to marry is one of Mavis’s older brothers. Not only that, Mavis is also part of the Crimson Vow. I can see where this is heading.
After Mile, Mavis and Reina beaten up some people from the town Pauline is for and ask for information, they made their plan to save her. I find it absolutely hilarious Mile insists on a paper-thin disguise. Sadly, they are found out as intruders after they made their introductions. Thankfully, they used this as a distraction to allow Pauline’s mother to have her son escape. Also, Pauline turns the table on the people who wronged her.
Eventually, Mavis finds out the truth about the two business men who killed Pauline’s father to take over her business. In other words, he allows Pauline what she wanted to do all along against those two perpetrators. Yep, give them a beating that they deserve with some good old magic before sending them off to jail.
Of course, while Pauline’s troubles are finally resolved, it’s obvious that Mavis’s father wants his daughter to come home. He easily saw through Mavis’s disguise. It’s obvious that he disapproves of Mavis being part of Crimson Vow. However, Mile decides to challenge Mavis to show her skills.
Eventually, she prevails and Mavis’s father has to agree to his daughter wishes. It’s obvious that he wanted to raise her daughter to live a noble life. Of course, Mavis wants to break the gender stereotypes and become what she wants to be. After all, only Mavis knows what is best for herself. At least with this, Mile’s harem solidifies. Still, I wonder about the family troubles Mile is experiencing.