Last time, Menou took out a generic male isekai character before he did any real damage. With that, this leaves her one more target. However, when she tries to exterminate her last target, she is in for a nasty surprise.
From last time, Menou infiltrated the castle dressed as a maid. Yep, the guards didn’t notice her thanks to Momo’s perfect handmade replica of the maid’s outfit. As expected, it worked perfectly as Menou is undetected.
As expected, it’s obvious that Momo put a lot of effort into creating it, which is not too surprising since Momo has a huge crush on her. Not to mention, there is enough room for Menou to fit her scriptures. Momo thought of everything.
Aside from that, Menou reached the girl she is looking for. Her name is Tokitou Akari. I find it funny how Menou made a made-up story that the generic male student was badly injured. It’s so obvious what she did. Either way, she decides to save Akari as she reveals that she has healing powers. Yes, it’s something that the Noblesse will obviously abuse.
While making the escape, Akari reveals that she has the power to heal wounds. Of course, Menou uses this chance to assassinate Akari. Of course, when she stabbed her in the back, she saw Akari’s Pure Concept activate, which deals with going back in time. In other words, she healed herself through time traveling than healing magic. I can see why Menou is in horror. Akari simply took this as being a clutz.
Of course, this will happen, or otherwise the story would just end here like in the first moments of Endro. Either way, the conventional ways aren’t going to work this time. In fact, this seems a lot worse. Who knows what will happen if Akari overuse the time travel magic? Will it cause a calamity like the previously recorded Major Human Errors?
As expected, we find out that Akari is a klutz. Either way, she must escape with Akari. She had Momo distract the guards. Either way, I guess this is a big setback for the Noblesse as we find out, the King is put on trial. Yes, possibly over the summoning those two people and having them somehow escape. They just needed someone to blame.
While Akari is sleeping, Menou talks with the archbishop about what happened. It’s obvious that Menou needs to take drastic actions and do a special ritual to eliminate Akari. To do that, they need to go to Garm.
When Akari woke up, Menou gave her breakfast and explain some things about the Lost Ones, Pure Concept, and the Noblesse. Of course, Akari doesn’t seem to pay attention to Menou’s explanation. Of course, she becomes sadden over the prospect of leaving Mensou behind. Despite this, Akari is happy to meet Menou and think it’s fate.
Later, Momo finds out that the king is put on trial. This makes it the perfect time to plan an escape with Akari to Garm. Momo is obviously in a pouty mood as Menou is spending too much time with Akari. It’s obvious that Momo is jealous and doesn’t like the fact that Menou wants her to stay behind to keep watch on them. Momo even suggests poisoning Akari, but obviously that is a big no-no given Akari’s Pure Concept and the dangers. Either way, she plans on tagging along in secret. It’s obvious that she is making sure that Akari doesn’t make a move on Menou.
After Akari changed clothes, she and Menou went to the train station. As expected, Akari looks cute in her new outfit. Yep, Menou explains that the source of energy that powers everything in the civilization is Ether. It’s also used for mage craft, which requires tools and training. Menou thinks that Akari has a strong aptitude to use them.
While she went off getting some food, Akari noticed that a child trip. Akari tried to use her magic with Noblesse guards around. Yep, Menou had to use bubble generating magic to cause a distraction. Of course, this earns Akari a bop on the head for possibly blowing her cover. Thankfully, nobody thinks much of it as the Menou’s bubble generating mage craft amazes the little girl. Thankfully, the girl reunited with her mother.
Of course, Momo notices that a Princess Ashuna is at the train station. Apparently, she doesn’t want anything to do with her father or king as she boards the train to Garm. I wonder why? Either way, the train eventually departs as when Akari’s journey ends, it’s obvious what will happen to her. Will this attempt become successful or a big dud? I highly doubt that this special ritual is going to work, but we’ll see next time.