Let’s start with Alexandra Heath where she congratulated Simeon Paladilhe and Seth Noel and gave them gifts. While the nurse was happy that they had their mana back, Alexandra would be very busy afterward.
That’s because more and more students are getting sick. Could it be that the English College is experiencing flu season, or is it a case of the holder of the Will of Carnamagos targeting innocent students?
Whatever happens, I hope that Alexandra Heath will persevere as she does not want her clinic filled with sick students and staff.
Now, the St. George decides to entertain his classmates with a puzzle game in which they try to destroy a sphere with magic. Whoever dismantles it first will be the winner.
For people like Zoe Ivy, they can’t get it off quickly or get caught in a sneaky trap. But yes, this is a fun game for the whole class!
Now, it’s time to reminisce as Alcyone recalls a time when Philomela Sargant had a wonderful, fulfilling childhood with loving parents who cherished their daughter’s smile.
Unfortunately, they were unable to take photos and videos of this wonderful picnic for many reasons. I get the feeling Lizbeth Sargant is very strict about preserving a piece of family history.
So Philomela’s mother told Alcyone to record every moment in her memory. Although this artificial fairy was able to record this moment in time, it may have been lost due to Lizbeth’s interference with Alcyone.
Now let’s go back to the present where Elias Ainsworth has gone to check on Chise Hatori. Of course, Alcyone pays attention to Elias when she wants to talk to the ancient magician because they are artificial beings, despite the fact that they are different species.
However, I was really surprised that even though she was Philomela’s guardian, Alcyone somewhat spoke her own mind. Sadly, her conversation with Elias Ainsworth could not continue.
So, let’s move on to the puzzle battle between Rian Scrimgeour and Philomela Sargant, in which Rian Scrimgeour is the first to dismantle the orb. As expected from Rian, he is quite talented.
However, Rian did not like Philomela at all and he was really angry that Philomela had to restrain herself. In fact, he expected Philomela to win just like before.
Wait, both Rian Scrimgeour and Philomela Sargant are childhood friends? What a surprising revelation!
Sadly, Rian needed to calm down a bit when Isaac Fowler intervened and took his friend away from Philomela.
Honestly, I think Rian Scrimgeour needs to re-evaluate his relationship with Philomela Sargant because she has completely changed thanks to her evil grandmother.
But let’s go back to Philomela Sargant, where she’s really scared right now. And when Chise Hatori looked into her eyes, it reminded her of the dark times when Chise was ridiculed for her appearance and the strange powers that surrounded her body.
While wanting to save Philomela, Chise will have to face Lizbeth Sargant because she is the one holding her niece hostage, both physically and mentally.
Speaking of Lizbeth Sargant, it seems the surviving werewolf begged the matriarch to bring her child back. Of course, Lizbeth refused to give in to the lycanthrope’s demands.
In reality, Lizbeth ordered one of her henchmen to beat the werewolf with a stick. God, that was truly horrible!
But you know what’s worse to come from Lizbeth? It’s likely that she performed some terrible experiments on the wolf children. So, Lizbeth is a grandmother without any sympathy!
Now then, let’s end this episode as Alexandra Heath gets Violet St. George greeted as he told the nurse that his twin sister Jasmine was sick.
Of course, Jasmine isn’t the only one with more students suffering from some strange illness in the English College. Anyway, next time because I need to know if the recent string of sick students is related to the cursed book.