After the failed attempt to kick Komari out of the Crimson Lords, Flote wants to settle it with a Crimson Lord War. The question is, can Komari pull it off without getting killed. Also, what is up with Sakuna’s meeting with Millicent?
From last time, everyone is wondering why Millicent is out of prison. What is this injustice, given what she did to Vill and her relentless bullying of Komari in the past. Millicent has been through a lot and recently got released from prison through a pardon from Karen. Still, it’s evident that the T-shirt that Sakuna was wearing triggered Millicent, given what she went through.
Of course, Millicent knows that Sakuna met with her to find a way to quit the Inverse Moon. We find out Milicent is no longer with the Inverse Moon. Sakuna remembered what Komari said about saying she would take on the terrorists head-on. Sadly, Sakuna doesn’t feel that she can do this. Obviously, Millicent suggests that Sakuna help her deal with the terrorists that have her family captive. Still, it’s an option that Sakuna doesn’t want to do. She doesn’t wish for Komari to get involved.
That said, the 6-way war game is about to begin. It’s funny how Komari wants to go home and doesn’t want to fight a war. However, Vill reminds her that if she gives up, Komari will get kicked out of the Crimson Lord and face death by explosion. The funny thing is that 470 of the 500 soldiers that Komari had killed in the fight to see who was worthy to fight this war. Yep, I figured this will happen. Also, Flote taunts Komari, saying she won’t survive this war and will just go into hiding. Of course, all of Komari’s forces charge in the direction of Flote’s army.
As Karen watches from war away, she witnesses something with Sakuna. She is acting very suspiciously, and they already had a hunch that she is responsible for the serial killings of high-level government officials. Karen suspects that someone is manipulating Sakuna, who is also in Inverse Moon. I have a feeling that who it might be. The priest, perhaps, since he seems a bit too suspicious?
Either way, there is a change of plans for Komari. Komari and Vill had to get onto Bucephalus to get away from Delphyne’s troops and Delphyne herself. She is out for revenge on what Vill did, well, to poison her food to save Komari from death by explosion.
Of course, Komari and Vill get away before Delphyne puts some walls up and corners them. No amount of Komari admitting innocence will change Delphyne’s mind to try to kill Komari. Of course, Vill is in a challenging situation with some injuries from her attack. Still, somehow, Komari and Vill managed to break through the wall and make it through the ruins, where they were close to getting the red orb. Of course, Delphyne and the other forces against Komari chasing after her are there. Thankfully, Vill uses gas that only kills the male forces that are chasing after them. Vill doesn’t want the poison to harm her love interest.
When Delphyne is about to launch her big blood sword, Vill manages to counter it, and somehow, blood gets into Komari’s mouth. It activated her Core Implosion and killed everyone in the vicinity, meaning almost all the Crimson Lords and their forces. Find it funny how Komari’s forces cheer on Komari when they know what happened.
After the Core Implosion, Komari wakes up and wonders what happened. She finds Vill lying there, but thankfully, she is still alive as Komari transports her to the hospital using magic. I wonder if this effect seems different. Maybe it has to do with the type of blood that Komari drinks. Either way, Flote discovers what happened and discovers the orb is broken. Her resentment for Komari grows even further when she tries to kill Komari. That is until Sakuna stabs Flote and then summons a big rock to put on top of her.
With that, we see Sakuna acting strange and Komari being completely obvious. This is even after Sakuna admits she can’t simply quit being a cog in the Inverse Moon’s operation. That said, she admits to being a terrorist. Still, Komari doesn’t believe her before proceeding to erase Komari’s memory of what she witnessed. It seems like she is trying to cover up what she did and run away, but this might not work when Karen is on to this. We’ll see what happens next time.
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