The festival is finally here after Lene prepares the Academy Knights for that maid café. You might be wondering how it went.
I must admit that it’s funny to see Lene become the teacher to teach the Academy Knights members how to serve customers. I like how Lene tries to push the greetings. Still, it’s obvious why they went with Lene, given her expertise as a maid.
With that, we see some flashbacks since there is some focus on Lene. There are actually two with when Lene first became Claire’s maid. As expected, Claire doesn’t care about her name, as she will quit anyway. Surprisingly, Lene lasted the longest for apparent reasons, putting up with Claire’s selfish personality.
Despite Lene asking Claire to call her by her usual name, Lene will only address her by “commoner.” Also, Lene refuses to be Claire’s horse because she won’t allow a noble to sit on the back of a lowly commoner like herself. Claire seems to like that, as Lene knows her place.
Also, there is a flashback of when Claire took Lene to a fancy dress shop because she wanted a special dress. However, Marcel Loro doesn’t like that Lene, a commoner, is in a shop she is not supposed to be in. Claire made some excuses while speaking in the language they understood.
As expected, the maid café went how I expected. We see how everyone looks in the outfits, especially Rae and Claire. As expected, Rae becomes a customer during her break and tries to order stuff, with Claire taking her order. As expected, it went as I expected. Of course, Rae eventually dealt with Marcel Loro, a difficult customer who is very demanding. As expected, Claire dealt with him like in the flashback. Yes, that mayonnaise came to the rescue.
Eventually, Claire changed back to her usual clothes as Rae did festival activities with her. As expected, Rae finally buys a drink for Claire, who seems exhausted. On the way, she purchased a pendant before getting heckled by that student who had confronted Yuu. He wants Rae to join the Commoner’s Movement before Claire shows disgust for it. It’s obvious why the Commoner’s Movement aims to push for equal rights for Commoners and Nobles. Yep, Claire really offers her classism here.
Eventually, Rae gives Claire a charm to help her get closer to her crush. Of course, Claire doesn’t know why Rae is doing this when she likes Claire. Rae says that her happiness is more important than her own love realized. When Claire asks why Rae is obsessed with her, Rae says that Claire is the savior of her own heart and the thing that saved her. While Claire doesn’t believe it, she will get the answer eventually.
After the credits, the conflict with the nobles and the Commoner’s Movement hits a fever pitch. That is after Rae, Claire, Lene, and Misha returned from shopping. Apparently, a noble seriously injured a commoner who instigated the fight. What is it about? We will find out next time.
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