Lishman escapes into an underground passageway, but Agnès follows and kills him. As Guiche arrive and shows his Medal of Honor for coming back from the dead, no one believed him. Saito releases Louise, and their friends plan on how they will rescue the hostages as it will take too long for the reinforcements to come from the palace. Meanwhile, Louise debates how to explain their failure to the Queen while Saito carries her on his back.
As they come back, Louise is advised by Derflinger to exchange roles with Saito for a day. When she refuses, Saito draws his sword; he and the Ordine knights fight Beatrice's knights until Louise, who was having a pleasant dream about Saito, ends the conflict with a giant explosion. As a result, Louise and Saito are alone for once. In the rain, Saito and Henrietta evade detection from the soldiers who are searching for the Queen by behaving like sweethearts, while Louise unexpectedly learns of the details of the Queen's mission when she accidentally runs into Agnès, who had been following the spy's courier.
As night approaches, desperation sets in as Saito is unable to produce an act worthy of praise. You have to perform this last step! Tiffania stops Saito from killing Bidashal, who tells them where Tabitha is and lets them go, warning them that Joseph is a cold-blooded man and that it won't end there. Note that in our example the leading coefficient was 1, and the constant term was -2. In a devious plan, she attempts to seduce him, although this fails when Louise finds out. On the ground, Tiffania uses her Memory spell to confuse the gargoyle, allowing Tabitha and Sylphid to recover the stone. In truth, Guiche and Saito have been delayed by the sudden appearance of Fouquet and her golem.
Instead, Henrietta awards her the royal mantle, declaring that Louise is now her sister and second successor to the throne; she also returns to Saito, Malicorne and Guiche their chevalier cloak, reinstating their noble status. When Illococoo asks for help, Malicorne and Saito volunteer promptly, but the others doubt her status as Tabitha's younger sister Tabitha is rather flat-chested and Illococoo has large breasts. It is discovered Benubiro is one of those who attacked D'Angleterre and burnt it to the ground 20 years ago. Louise runs out and meets Saito, who is very much alive and tells her that a Fairy saved and revived him. The accompanying army traps the Ancient dragon in a valley, and Vittorio uses his Void magic on the dragon; it usually functions as a Recovery spell, but has a damaging effect against entities of evil. And when everything is done and over with just because Saito didn't tell Louise what he was ordered to do along with other things that were justifiable she beats him with her new whip out of spite.
Later, Henrietta tells them of the approaching war with Albion and their leader, Governor. Suddenly a wave of fire magic from the large dragon shape saves them: an airship with Kirche and a living Mr. That night, after Saito obliviously stands Louise up for a nighttime beach walk, she discovers the boys' and Osmond's plan of tricking the girls into wearing extremely skimpy seashell and starfish bikinis. Saito draws Derflinger and the runes on his hands glow again. Agnès arrives and inform Louise that she, Saito and Tiffania are summoned by Henrietta.
Saito and Tiffania are able to break out and try to escape underground thanks to the efforts of Luctiana, her boyfriend Arie and her uncle Bidalsha. She, of course, reacts in typical fashion and punishes him for his indiscretions. Louise then forces him to sign the paper again. He persists in his suit and Louise accepts his proposal. In desperation, Saito demands that Montmorency create an antidote, but she refuses to help, until he blackmails her into helping Saito learned from Siesta that emotion changing potions are illegal. The following day, Siesta overhears how Tiffania tried to kiss Saito and suggests to Louise that they should separate Saito from Tiffa by buying a mansion were only he and Louise would live, and Louise agrees.
They are saved by Kirche and Tabitha who showed up on Sylphid. After refusing her demand, Saito attempts to take on Count Mott with Kirche's expensive sword, but his runes do not activate and he struggles to lift it. He had been given orders to destroy D'Angleterre as it had been reported to be struck with a deadly plague. While Saito relaxes in the tub, Siesta passes by and joins him, much to his embarrassment. Louise tries to fight the golem with some spells but fails.
In Gallia, Tabitha is reunited with her mother and told by Bidashal Vitartial, an Elf working for King Joseph, that she will be made to drink the same potion that destroyed her mother's mind. Despite his valiant efforts, Saito eventually falls on the battlefield and dies as all the Tristain ships, including the ones which Louise and Henrietta are on, safely escape. Back at the Cathedral, Saito voices his suspicions that Vittorio used Louise as bait to lure Joseph and kill him, which Vittorio admits to. Tabitha then kisses Saito, causing feelings of intense jealousy to erupt in Louise and activating her Void powers again. Saito finds Tabitha reading a book Bidashal had given her, and she begins to teach him how to read this world's language, but Louise interrupts, telling Saito that she can no longer use magic.