So while Chise Hatori and her friends are trying to save Philomela Sargant’s soul from Carnamagos, they are brought back to the real world, where their bodies are re-materialized after being swallowed by the cursed book. swallow.
Yeah, it’s disgusting to hear about that, but at least Chise and the rest are okay. Now what about Philomela Sargant?
Well, Philomela Sargant is still alive, but her body is still falling apart because her fingers have not been restored. Even so, Philomela still decides to confront her evil grandmother even though she may have to face dangerous death.
Meanwhile, it seems that Elias Ainsworth is trying to destroy something inside Alcyone’s body. It turns out that this orb was created by Lizbeth to control the artificial fairy until it was destroyed by the ancient magician.
That’s right, Elias saved the artificial fairy when Alcyone asked Elias to take her to Philomela. I have a feeling Alcyone will be the key to saving Philomela’s terrible fate.
But let’s talk about Lizbeth Sargant when it seemed like the whole clan considered her inferior, so she swore to herself that she would become stronger no matter what.
Even though she gave birth to her son Adam through artificial insemination (or rape), Lizbeth is still being treated horribly. This extends to her treatment of Adam, where Lizbeth has no parental love for him, viewing Adam as a mere tool to expand her magical powers.
Lizbeth’s inferiority complex and her mistreatment of her son led Adam to rebel against his biological mother, thus leading to unfortunate events when Lizbeth captured both Philomela and Alcyone to resurrect Adam and used him as a tool.
Of course, even if she used The Testament of Carnamagos to gather all the energy it wouldn’t be enough because she needed Philomela Sargant in order to bring her son back from the dead, just as a shell and not must be the whole person.
And sadly, it seems like Philomela Sargant will be used as a sacrifice, with Lizbeth seeing her as nothing more than a tool in the end. What a cruel grandmother you are just because of your inferiority complex!
Fortunately, all hope was not lost however as Chise Hatori, her classmates and Elias Ainsworth arrived just in time to save Philomela Sargant from being sacrificed.
Of course, the hardest part is convincing Philomela that she’s not as useless as everyone who cares for her.
And as you can see, both Lucy Webster and Isaac Fowler are here to rescue Philomela Sargant. They know her pain and they will not abandon her!
Thanks to them, Philomela Sargant begged Chise Hatori and the others to save her. Glad that she has regained trust with her friends instead of blindly following Lizbeth’s orders.
Unfortunately, saving Philomela won’t be easy as the genie has come to reclaim her soul. Could this terrifying eye be Carnamagos?
Well, in any case, as Ruth lends her power to Chise she creates a hammer that destroys the barrier, thereby freeing Philomela from the cursed god.
And as you can see, Chise broke the barrier with one swing of her flaming hammer. Honestly, the sleigh beggar can’t be defeated when her loved ones are in danger because Chise Hatori will risk her life to save them.
Oh and Lizbeth Sargant? While she is stunned that her plan was ruined by one of the students of the English College, she will not give up so easily because Lizbeth will use her final move. to succeed.
Then again, she should give it up because there’s no way Adam will come back alive. He would rather perish along with Iris than be controlled like a puppet.
But let’s end this episode as Philomela Sargant finally reunites with Chise Hatori. What a great episode it showcased the characters’ emotions, Lizbeth’s motivations, and some beautiful animation!
Can’t wait for the penultimate episode as we are reaching the climax of this story arc. Of course, Lizbeth would not surrender to those meddling children.