Well, it’s time for Kaoru to say goodbye to her colleagues at Big Belly Bistro because she has some things to take care of, specifically the Brancott Kingdom, where they’ve invited Kaoru to something important .
Meanwhile, here is Fernand, where he has drawn the attention of his two best friends to a certain woman who has piqued his interest. I wonder who that person is?
Oh right, it’s Kaoru, she’s dressed like a maid. Of course, he doesn’t matter to Fernand because he will introduce Kaoru to his parents when he decides to marry her. Wait, what!?
Oh by the way, Fernand is actually a prince, meaning he is one of the most influential people in the Kingdom of Brancott.
However, Kaoru told Prince Fernand that she did not want to marry him as queen was a stressful job.
I mean, having to deal with diplomacy and parenting, while her husband is cheating with various women is annoying.
And thanks to Kaoru’s speech, all the women in the hall realized the harsh truth of marrying a noble where they can’t go out and do the things they love. Sorry ladies whose dreams were broken because of Kaoru.
Oh yeah, back to Kaoru where She slashes her face with a broken plate, saying she’s an ugly girl who doesn’t deserve to marry a noble. That’s quite bold coming from a former female office worker.
But yes, his two best friends Allan and Fabio advised Prince Fernand to give up because no matter how hard he tried, Kaoru still refused to marry him. Now that she’s caused trouble, it’s time for Kaoru to leave the country as quickly as possible.
Of course, she needs to get past the guard first since Kaoru has asked him to let her out of the kingdom, although I doubt that the guard will let her pass.
Luckily, the guard was a reasonable guy who decided to help Kaoru by giving her a bag full of money and some clothes to wear. He’s so thoughtful!
Feeling grateful to the guardian, Kaoru managed to travel to the Balmore Kingdom, where she got a decent job as a maid. While I believe her job feels like a downgrade from her previous job, Kaoru at least has some flexibility.
In any case, Kaoru’s efforts made a good impression on Bardot and his group of artisans because they were motivated to create useful items when the place was clean.
Hell, she even made the place smell nice with some good old perfume. Wait, there’s no way Kaoru can make a bottle of per- Oh yeah, she can make any medicine.
And speaking of Kaoru’s abilities, she will develop hers when she notices that there are no artisans who make glass containers. By the way, they only make metal pots to hold wine.
With that said, Kaoru uses her imagination to create an ornate glass box that can contain some healing liquid. It’s actually just an empty bottle.
Still, Bardot and his team were so fascinated by the sheer craftsmanship of the bottle that he asked Kaoru who made it.
Of course, Kaoru couldn’t tell anyone that she made it herself because she told them that one of her relatives made this ornate glass bottle. Because she didn’t want to be taken advantage of by anyone, Kaoru wanted to run away from that.
Now it’s time for the final scene of this episode when a masked chemist enters a house and tells Kosha and her mother that she was sent by the goddess Celestine for a cure. her wound.
And that was by giving Kosha’s mother a healing potion. Thinking back, I wonder if that potion was made by someone from the modern world?
But thanks to the chemist’s medicine, Kosha’s mother miraculously recovered. Seriously, who’s behind that mask?
Oh, actually Kaoru, where she spreads Celestine’s teachings through the power of potions, thus she collects young children as her followers because Kaoru is a messenger sent by Celestine. Unbelievable that she has the power of god and anime logic by her side!
Anyway, it seems like Kaoru is doing well in the Balmore Kingdom, although I have a feeling she’ll be meeting up with Eunice, Hector, and Francette again in the near future. With that said, see you next time!