After Komari and Vill recover from their injuries after the incident with Millicent, Karen calls Komari to her palace. I wonder why.
Before we started, Komari finished her writing masterpiece that transcends Strawberry Milk. The funny thing is that Vill is waiting for her crush, completely naked. She hoped to warm Komari’s body with it. As expected, Komari gave the reaction you would expect.
At a glance, we see a glimpse of a cloaked blue-haired girl with red eyes. That means that she activated her Core Implosion ability. She looks familiar to the girl we see later, but that may not be true. An evil twin, maybe?
As Vill and Komari head to meet Karen, they run into the villainess crimson lord, Flote Mascarail. As expected, she seems jealous of Komari’s winning streak. Yes, she doesn’t like how Komari does nothing and seems weak (in reality, she isn’t. Vill tries to give a gift of apology with some blood buns and a t-shirt containing a silly face of Komari that came from one of her commanders. Of course, Mascarail doesn’t seem to care much about it, although it’s evident that Vill bought hundreds of them. Of course, why not?
When Komari meets Karen, I find it funny how Karen stuffs a mikan-flavoured ice pop into Komari’s mouth. Yes, she says it’s an indirect kiss. That is before Karen reveals that Komori’s father was killed by a terrorist last night. The terrorist has been happening to other high-level officials, and they have no memory of it. Maybe because the so-called terrorist used core implosion magic to erase their memories, perhaps?
Either way, Karen wants Komari to find and apprehend the terrorist. As expected, it’s funny to see Komari acting all childish and having a temper tantrum about not wanting to do it because she is working forever. She wants time off, and Karen will offer it if she captures the terrorist.
Thankfully, Karen ensures that Komari won’t work alone. Karen calls out another Crimson Lord, whom the same terrorist, Sakuna Memoir, kills. As expected, she is adorable and has around the same figure as Vill.
As expected, Vill shows considerable envy as Komari becomes attracted to Sakuna’s pretty looks. Sakura perceives herself as being weak and shy. She is a bookworm, of course, and only got the Crimson Lord gig after she accidentally killed the previous one while using magic.
Of course, Vill becoming the green-eyed monster becomes more apparent. After all, Sakuna seems more of Komari’s type since she is not as perverted as Vill. After all, Sakuna has pretty looks and seems very relatable. Also, Vill doesn’t allow Komari to meet Sakuna if it’s not a serious meeting.
Also, Vill gets even more upset when Komari says that if her 500-man army finds the terrorist, she will go on a zoo date with them. After all, they don’t like vacations, but they are all in on having time with Komari. As expected, Vill was visibly upset as dark vibes appeared around her.
She kind of doesn’t want this job, but she doesn’t want to quit as she would get put to death by an explosion. She wants to avenge the terrorist that killed her. She doesn’t give up since she has others supporting her. Still, it’s kind of fishy, mainly because of a priest whom Komari and Vill met as he met with Sakuna. Given that Sakuna looks like the lady who murdered someone very early in the episode, it raises a lot of red flags. The priest also runs the orphanage that Sakuna came from, which only gets more suspicious.
As expected, Komari and Vill met with Sakuna at a café. That is while they talk about the game plan in catching the terrorist as patrons look at Komari. Komari gave some thoughts about the letter while mentioning the Core Implosion thing, which Sakuna takes as a rumor. As expected, Sakuna says it is not vital that she had difficulty crushing an apple, let alone a watermelon.
In short, Vill wants to patrol the Mulnite Palace during the night. Of course, Komari starts having a temper tantrum over having to work from 9 in the morning to 8 at night. She has to change her tune so as not to upset the patrons.
Then, there is a big explosion outside. Yes, it has to deal with Komari’s forces, defeated mainly by no other than Mascarail. Mascarail lunged at Komari, but thankfully Sakuna protected her.
They thought Mascarail was a terrorist and destroyed her property and attempted murder. Now, she intends to submit a vote of no confidence for Komari. Komari, if voted out, will get a death by explosion from Vill’s visions thanks to her blood being on the blood buns she gave to Mascarail.
In short, Komari is going to need to catch that terrorist to clear her name from the actions done by those reckless subordinates. I have a suspicion of who it might be. Of course, Vill doesn’t seem to like the flirting Komari is doing with Sakuna, but she plans to do something about this.
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