You might wonder, will Mascarail get her way to not only vote Komari out but have her face death with an explosion. However, Vill has a plan to thwart this. Also, something is a bit suspicious about Sakuna, especially that priest.
As expected, Mascarail tried to call all the members of the Crimson Lords to a meeting. Of course, Mascarail thinks that Komari overstated her strengths by showing Komari’s report card. She became one because of her connections, namely Karen, who tries to defend her, but she has no say over Crimson Lord’s ordeals. Seeing Mascarail act this way and want to eliminate Komari shows she is just as bad as a bully like Millicent. Even with that, she was a pretty lousy villainess bully at this point.
Surprisingly, Sakuna and that priest voted against Mascarill’s attempt while Mascarail and her other supporter raised their hand. However, Del hasn’t raised her hand because, well, she is dead. Vill revealed to Komari secretly that she poisoned Del so Mascarill wouldn’t have enough votes to vote Komari out. Mascarill finds out and tries to declare war with Komari. Karen eventually approves the idea of a Crimson Lord’s War, a free-for-all entertainment war. How will Komari win this one? But then again, she has her secret Core Implosion ability to kill everyone and win.
We know that Komari doesn’t want to be a Crimson Lord. Still, she enjoys writing stuff and gives a manuscript to Sakuna during her meeting. When Vill asks Komari if she used a pen name, she realizes she used her real name. Yep, she ran out to meet with Sakuna to get it back. As expected, Komari ran into that priest who said something suspicious about “farewell to her.” I guess he possibly knows that Sakuna might do something a bit suspicious.
As expected, Sakuna finds Komari all soaking wet. After allowing Komari to take a bath, she gave Komari one of those Komari shirts that Vill has hundreds of. You might be wondering where we are going here. When Komari entered a bedroom, she saw a room filled with Komari dolls, a dakimakura of herself, and pictures of Komari. As expected, Sakuna tried hiding her Komari life-like dolls in one of the wardrobes. As expected, Sakuna has a massive crush on Komari, just like with Vill. Do I already smell a love triangle? I can imagine what Vill’s room looks like; it’s probably something similar or over the top.
We find out more about Sakuna. Her family is apparently taken captive, and she is adopted by this priest. This makes me suspect that someone might be using Sakuna in their scheme. After all, that priest taking her in just looks pretty suspicious. We find out that Sakuna, like Komari, is also a vampire known as the Sapphire. She puts out no body heat whatsoever.
Still, I feel that Sakuna might be an unwitting participant. Sure, Komari is willing to work with her, but Sakuna’s magical team seems to have concerns compared to Komari’s. Yep, he has problems. She is not run-of-the-mill Crimson Lord, but she is even sore. We find out when Komari talks with Sakuna as she takes her to see the night sky. When Sakuna asks something about if a terrorist takes hostage her family and threatens to kill someone else, she asks what Komari will do. Komari says she would kill the terrorists. Sakuna doesn’t seem confident she can do this as she tries to strangle Komari without noticing. However, Vill came to pick Komari up. I guess she sensed something terrible was about to happen with Komari, so she came to pick her up.
As expected, my suspicions are correct as the terrorists punish Sakuna by killing her family, who is taken hostage. Given that they get revived, there is a risk they may get killed off forever. Still, Sakuna is in a difficult situation as she tries to kill Komari but can’t. After all, she had just become friends with her. The next time, it can be risky, so I guess she tries to find another way. Yep, she knows where Millicent is.
Sure, she is an evil villain; you would think she would stay in prison. Yet, she is in a run-down mansion. Has Millicent finally learned her lesson after being curbed and stomped by Komari’s Core Implosion? Can Komari save Sakuna and help her find another way to save her family rather than commit crimes? We’ll find out soon.
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