Brilliant Pagoda or Haze Castle/Story

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This article describes the story of Brilliant Pagoda or Haze Castle in detail.

Prologue[edit]

As spring arrives in Mugenri, two factions prepare to go to war against each other. At the same time, a rumor was causing a stir amongst the people, which read:
"When sake is poured into the vessel of the skies, and cheap ideas and pride are blended in, the mirror of Heaven shall surely split."
Those who are going to war and those who are searching for sake both take to the skies, making the skies of Mugenri a dangerous danmaku battlefield.

Taira no Fumikado and Fujiwara no Iyozane arrived at the Senri Shrine to warn its residents about the upcoming war, as tension between the Youkai Alliance and Devanagara seemed to be increasing, but the Youkai Alliance seemed to have severed contact with Fumikado and co. Shortly after they left, Kuroji arrives with their two siblings. The three siblings had a fight with someone, in which Hooaka lost their right arm from the elbow down. They came to Tsubakura for help, who grew an artificial arm for them. In return, Kuroji shared with them the rumor that had been circulating Mugenri. As they left, Kuroji tossed a few coins onto the shrine's veranda as further compensation. Those coins, to everyone's surprise, and especially Jinbei's, were all standing on their edges. Despite their surprise, Jinbei said nothing to the others and went into the shrine.
Somewhere along the Shrine Road, Kuroji reveals to their siblings that they shared the rumor with Tsubakura to lure them out, hoping that they could deal with the person who cut off Hooaka's arm. As for the siblings themselves, they set out to find the treasures that the rumor alludes to. Back at the Shrine, Jinbei tells Tsubakura to go out to deal with "something dangerous", which they won't specify. They reason that it would be safer to travel in larger groups due to the ongoing war, so they loosened Shion's seal to allow them to leave the shrine with Tsubakura. Along with Yabusame and Shion, Tsubakura begrudgingly leaves the shrine and heads for the battlefields.
After they left, Tenkai came by to share some souvenirs with the priests, only to find that they aren't home. Instead, they were greeted by Sukune Katano and Sese Kitsugai, who were hiding in a bush around the shrine plotting their revenge on the priests. The two young youkai tackled Tenkai and flew upwards, away from the Senri Shrine and left Jinbei behind
The narrator, Arde, makes fun of someone else, Cine Hamal, who became excited at the notion of being able to record Tsubakura's acts once again.

Tutorial[edit]

Yabusame welcomes the player to the tutorial, to which Tsubakura expresses disdain for, as that would be breaking the fourth wall. Yabusame explains that it's fine, since they are parallel versions of themselves from the main story. The tutorial carries on normally until the end, where Tsubakura expresses sadness for not being able to see the player in the main game, which Yabusame agrees with sarcastically. This prompts Tsubakura to remember that Yabusame is able to cross dimensions and that they were probably the real Yabusame, but before they were able to confront Yabusame about it, Yabusame ended the tutorial.

Shrine Team's Story[edit]

After being kicked out of the shrine by Jinbei, Tsubakura, Yabusame and Shion wander around Mugenri, curious about the rumor that Kuroji shared with them, as well as whatever Jinbei warned them about.

Brilliant Route[edit]

Hoping to stop the war, Tsubakura and co. head out for the imperial capital, Devanagara. They defeat Mitsumo, who threatened to possess them, along with various people from the Imperial Army on the way (Medias, Kunimitsu, Kaoru and Sanra), inadvertently pushing back the frontline. They climbed the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror to reach the Heavenly Mausoleum, where they witness the emperor Ooama no Ake no Mitori break the Great Mirror. Mitori explains that they did so to lift the curse it put on the capital’s people, as well as the reason they orchestrated a coup d'etat to overthrow the previous Fujiwara dynasty. Realizing that the “mirror breaking” mentioned by the rumor isn’t about sake after all, the protagonists decide to leave after requesting that Mitori withdraw their troops. However, Mitori, wanting to test the priests’ powers and to demolish the Senri Shrine in order to conquer all of Mugenri, challenge the protagonists to a duel.

Mugenri is once again enjoying peace while our heroes enjoy their free time at the Senri Shrine. Mitori and Sanra visit them, imploring them to go talk to the Dragonfly Army as well, so as to make sure the flames of war are completely put out. Tsubakura agrees with them and the three set out once more, with the unresolved rumor still looming over them…

Haze Route[edit]

Hoping to stop the war, Tsubakura and co. head towards the origin of the youkai troops after defeating Souko Shirami, who Tsubakura wanted to defeat in order to keep their secret of making fake charms for Souko from being known. Along the way, they learn that they belong to the recently-formed Dragonfly Army, lead by the new emperor as chosen by the Dragonfly Castle. They defeat their followers (Kujiru, Kaisen, Garaiya and Para) as they progress and finally reach the throne room of the castle, Ukifune’s Room, where they meet said new emperor, Taira no Chouki. Tsubakura asks them to stop the war, but Yabusame compares their name with Fumikado’s, who Chouki sees as their enemy. This angered Chouki and they fight.

Mugenri is once again enjoying peace and our heroes enjoy their free time at the Senri Shrine. Chouki comes by to bother them, demanding that they give back the Dragonfly Castle, which followed our protagonists home after they defeated Chouki.

Neutral Route[edit]

Tsubakura and co. wander around Mugenri, trying to find the sake that the rumor speaks of. They come across various people and fight them, learning more about the war, the rumor, the person that attacked the Shitodo siblings and how these affected the residents of Mugenri.

Summaries of each encounter:
  • Kurohebi: The protagonists attack in retaliation of Kurohebi's attempt to assassinate Tsubakura.
  • Jun Amanomiya: Relating Jun’s ability to induce rain to “raining sake”, the protagonists attack them.
  • Aoji Shitodo: The protagonists attack Aoji in an attempt to gain more information on the rumor but to no avail.
  • Shou Amanomori: Shou is once again trying to take revenge for Jun’s defeat, but drew Shion’s ire as they interrupted Shion’s talking.
  • Tsugumi Umatachi: Attacks the protagonists as they have some grudge with the Senri priests, although not specifically the current ones.
  • Lumen Celeritas: Thinking that Lumen spread the rumor in order to lure Tsubakura and co. out, they attack Lumen in order to teach them a lesson, only to learn that it wasn’t so.
  • Sese Kitsugai: Wanting to rematch the Senri priests, Sese falsely claims that they know more about the rumor. The protagonists fight Sese to teach them a lesson for lying.
  • Fujiwara no Iyozane: Wandering around Mugenri looking for a missing Fumikado, they run into the protagonists. Shion wants to eat Iyozane’s soul and Iyozane fights back only to lose, although Shion avoids killing them.
  • Hibaru Kokutenshi: Hibaru attacks the team in order to force them to sign an IOU and they fight back in retaliation, forcing Hibaru themself to sign it instead.
  • Hooaka Shitodo: The protagonists attack Hooaka in order to learn more about the person who attacked the Shitodo siblings, they give a vague answer, but Tsubakura already has an idea as to who it could be.
  • Adagumo no Saragimaru:
    The protagonists attack Saragimaru in order to learn more about the rumor, although Tsubakura admits that they did it just to pass time.
  • Kuroji Shitodo: The team attack Kuroji in order to learn more about the rumor, but Kuroji refused to tell them anything.
  • Sukune Katano: Thinking that Yaorochi had run away from home, Sukune challenges the team to force them to help find Yaorochi.
  • Taira no Fumikado: The team mocks Fumikado as they had become separated from their subordinates and gotten themself lost, prompting Fumikado to fight back in retaliation.
  • Clause: Ordered by Garaiya to find Fumikado, they fight the team to learn about their whereabouts.
  • Adagumo no Yaorochi: Yaorochi was being solicited by both factions in the war for help, but fearing that the Tasouken would be stolen, they hid in the Ritual Site in the Unlost Woods. Afraid that the protagonists want the Tasouken as well, they attack the trio.
  • Tenkai Zuifeng: The team was on their way to the capital to meet Mitori, when they ran into Tenkai and had a chat regarding barriers. Tsubakura confesses that they got lost on their way to meet Mitori and Tenkai informs them that the emperor is no longer in the capital. They explain that they were observing them, since they have a bird's name. Deeming the priests unfit of their titles, they fight them in order to discipline them.

The war had already ended and peace had returned to Mugenri without our protagonists ever doing anything, they never found treasure, sake nor the “dangerous thing” that Jinbei warned them about. Thus, the team decide to head out again tomorrow. The narrator does however note that they are now one step closer to the truth.

If the party has met everyone possible and kept to the Shrine Road, they would meet Suzumi Kuzu.
The protagonists contemplate the true reason Kuroji shared the rumor with them, which Tsubakura figures out that it was bait for them to head out. They run into Suzumi (Cine Hamal), who "reminisces" about the times that they had spent together. They say that it is still too early to fight the protagonists but do so anyway.

The war had already ended and peace had returned to Mugenri without our protagonists ever doing anything, they never found treasure, sake nor the “dangerous thing” that Jinbei warned them about. The narrator asks whether this was the memory they held so dear, hinting that Suzumi altered their memories.

After the party defeats Suzumi, they erase their memories of the fight by showing them a book. Suzumi then disappeared.

Extra Story[edit]

After the three got their memory erased by Suzumi, they continue on the Shrine Road, a strange feeling looming over them.

On the Brilliant route, they run into the Senri fanatic and spell collector Haiji Senri, who challenges them to a spell card battle in order to get the trio's spell cards. Haiji loses, and the protagonists move on.
On the Haze route, the protagonists run into Yago Ametsukana, a god of blacksmithing, who battles them to test their power. They win and Yago deems that something or someone's future is in safe hands, although they wouldn't reveal what.
On the Neutral route, Tsubakura wonders if Suzumi entered Mugenri with them and told the others to look for them. They then run into the "dangerous thing" that Jinbei warned them about, Xeno a. They explain that Tsurubami used to be their sparring mate and that they miss fighting with them ever since they left Mugenri. They revealed that the coins standing up on their edge was a sign of provocation to get them to fight, Xeno then challenges the trio to see how powerful Tsurubami's successors are. They lose but express satisfaction after fighting them.

After fighting Xeno a, Tsubakura tells Yabusame that theirs and Shion's memories were tampered with by Suzumi. Yabusame told the others that they fought Suzumi and Tsubakura explains that Suzumi's powers don't work on Yabusame. Thanks to Yabusame's mention of the fight, the others recover their memory. Tsurubami suddenly appears, announcing that since they've returned from the Outside World, the new priests need to "disappear". The two parties fight, with Tsurubami promising to give the outsiders their freedom if they win.

After the protagonists win, Tsurubami reveals themself to be Suzumi (Arde) in disguise, allowing Tsubakura and co. to learn that memory manipulation is not their only ability. Tsubakura and Suzumi decide to fight due to personal grudges and the former wins. Tsubakura demands answers from Suzumi but Suzumi uses their ability to alter reality and disappears. It once again doesn't affect Yabusame, but no one believes that they fought Suzumi since they are unable to recall the event after Yabusame reminds them of it.

New Emperor Team's Story[edit]

After warning the Senri Shrine's residents about the upcoming war, Fumikado and their subordinates set out for the Youkai Alliance's base camp, to find out why the alliance cut off connections with them; they also set out for the imperial capital, to stop the Imperial Army from advancing further into the Sanctuary.

Brilliant Route[edit]

Hoping to find out why the Imperial Army waged war on the Sanctuary and to put a stop to their advancement, Fumikado's party head towards the imperial capital, Devanagara. On the Senri Shrine Road, they run into Mitsumo with Terumi in tow, they tried to take Fumikado as their next vessel but failed. On their way to the capital, they meet the people from the capital who all try to arrest Fumikado, as they are a wanted criminal for rebellion there, interestingly, Iyozane recognises most of them. They witness Mitori break the Great Mirror at the Heavenly Mausoleum. They explain that they orchestrated the coup not necessarily because they wanted the throne, but because of their disdain for the previous dynasty's rule. Fumikado demanded a ceasefire but Mitori refused, saying that they received information of Taira no Masakado being successfully revived and that the Dragonfly Army planned to attack them first, despite this not being true. Mitori apologised to Iyozane for killing their parents, revealing them to be the crown prince of the previous dynasty. Mitori explained that Iyozane was killed by poison, but Iyozane explains that they were revived somehow. Fumikado challenges Mitori to a spell card duel for the right to the throne.

Fumikado wins the duel and Mitori concedes, Iyozane asks Fumikado to spare their life, which they agree to. Fumikado instead orders them to call off the Imperial Army's generals and their armies from the front line. Having dealt with the invasion from the capital, Fumikado decides to head towards the Youkai Alliance's base camp, to find out why they deployed their troops without telling them. Mitori looks forward to their next duel.

Haze Route[edit]

Hoping to find out why the Youkai Alliance deployed their troops without telling Fumikado, Fumikado and their subordinates head for their base camp. On the Senri Shrine Road, they run into Souko, who implores them to help put a stop to the war once they learn that the party is involved. Fumikado doesn't take kindly to being ordered around and defeats them, although they regret this after learning that they were a celestial and a god. Iyozane decided that they would go to their base camp instead of headquarters, the Outpost Base Camp. They learn from Kujiru and Kaisen that a new emperor had been chosen by the Dragonfly Castle. As they try to enter the castle, Garaiya and Para attempt to stop them, with the latter also wanting revenge on Fumikado for taking their body and sealing them away. They reach the throne room and meet Fujiwara no Chouki, who tells Iyozane and Tsugumi of how they killed themself in order to play the Saeda, but since the dead do not breathe, Chouki could not use the flute. When Fumikado knew of this, they cast Chouki aside and abandoned them. Which is why Chouki used the castle to lure Fumikado for their revenge. Fumikado asks their subordinates if they would remain loyal even knowing this, and they once again pledged their alliance to Fumikado, as they believe that Fumikado is not the type of person to abandon their allies. Angered at this, the enraged Chouki attacked the party, with Fumikado vowing to stop them.

Chouki was defeated and Fumikado orders them to never step foot in the castle again. Fumikado themself rejected the throne since they deemed themself yet unfit for it, but believes that the castle will one day come for them when they are qualified. Fumikado then encourages Chouki to continue trying to become the new emperor, so that one day they will clash again. They decide to head for the imperial capital next, to put a stop to the war. Before they leave, Fumikado tells Chouki not to go easy on them the next time they fight.

Neutral Route[edit]

Fumikado remains indecisive on whether to head towards the Outpost Base Camp or Devanagara and instead wanders around Mugenri. They come across various people and fight them, learning more about the war and how it affected the residents of Mugenri.

Summaries of each encounter:
  • Kurohebi: Recognising Fumikado as a wanted criminal in the capital, Kurohebi attacks the three to capture them.
  • Jun Amanomiya: Fumikado picks a fight with Jun, despite having no reason to do so.
  • Aoji Shitodo: Realising that Aoji is related to Kuroji, to whom they owe money, Fumikado and Iyozane attack them out of spite.
  • Shou Amanomori: Shou was told, most likely by Kujiru, that each enemy they defeat will earn them a slug minion. So they attack Fumikado in hopes of getting one.
  • Lumen Celeritas: Not believing Lumen to be one of the legendary Three Lights, the trio attack them to test their power.
  • Sese Kitsugai: Sese asks to fight the trio as training to get stronger, Iyozane and Tsugumi insist that they do not have time but Fumikado agreed to fight them, seeming to have a soft spot for Sese.
  • Hibaru Kokutenshi: Hibaru tries to convince Fumikado to take a debt when Tsugumi recognises them and challenges them to a fight as revenge for tricking them and leaving them to die long ago. The trio wins and Tsugumi declares the two of them even.
  • Hooaka Shitodo: Hooaka was sent by Kuroji to collect the debt they owe, the trio defeat them and the debt remains unpaid.
  • Adagumo no Saragimaru: Recognising Saragimaru as Kuroji's subordinate who ran away, the trio decides to capture them and hand them over to Kuroji in hopes that they would reduce their debt.
  • Kuroji Shitodo: The trio run into Kuroji, who demands a duel to collect the debt Fumikado and Iyozane owes them. Fumikado and Iyozane instead request a spell card duel from them to extend the deadline of their debt, this was a trick on Kuroji's part, as the debt would have been erased if they fought on Kuroji's terms.
  • Sukune Katano: Thinking that Yaorochi had run away from home, Sukune challenges the trio to force them to help find Yaorochi, with Fumikado agreeing to the duel since they were bored.
  • Yabusame Houlen: Thinking that Fumikado was the one who initiated the war on the Youkai Alliance's side, Yabusame attacks the trio in hopes of solving the "incident", despite the war not being one.
  • Tsubakura Enraku: Tsubakura finds the trio in hopes of learning more about the leader of the Dragonfly Army. They engaged in an exchange of wordplay with Iyozane, with some lines mocking Fumikado, although they didn't understand them. Due to this, Fumikado refused to share any information until Tsubakura explained those lines, which Tsubakura disagreed to. They decide to fight to settle the matter.
  • Clause: Having been ordered by Garaiya to find Fumikado, which they had the luck of running into, Clause fights the trio in hopes of being able to capture them.
  • Adagumo no Yaorochi: Fumikado and co. had gotten lost and wandered into the Ritual Site, where they encountered Yaorochi, who was in hiding there. They had Yaorochi decide whether to head to the base camp or the capital, to which they suggested the camp. Fumikado demanded that they lead the trio there, as they knew where it was from being solicited, which Yaorochi refused. They fight to force Yaorochi to do so anyway.
  • Shion: Shion ran away from the Senri priests when the three were out for a walk and returned to the Withered Grove, which the trio found their way to. Shion wanted to eat some of the trio's souls, and Fumikado wanted to take revenge on Shion for ruining their plan, so they battle.
  • Tenkai Zuifeng: The trio run got lost and ran into Tenkai in Devanagara, who explains that they were observing the new emperor. Curious about the situation of the capital, Fumikado demands that Tenkai tell them about it, which they refuse. Not taking kindly to the rejection, Fumikado and Iyozane ridicule them by calling them a melon. This angers Tenkai and they fight.

Despite having headed out with clear goals in mind, Fumikado had gone home without accomplishing anything, which their subordinates reprimand them for. Kuroji comes by to collect the debt for the souls Iyozane said that they were going to buy in Reactivate Majestical Imperial. However, Fumikado had no means to repay it since they had done nothing.

If the party has met everyone possible and kept to the Shrine Road, they would meet Suzumi Kuzu.
The party contemplates about the seemingly perfect timing of changes in both of the factions for this war to have been sparked, with Fumikado correctly deducing that someone had been manipulating things from behind the scenes. They run into Suzumi Kuzu (Cine Hamal), who Fumikado recognises as the informant that notified them about the Great Mugenri Barrier breaking prior to the events of Reactivate Majestical Imperial. Suzumi explains that they had been manipulating the three and were done with them and they then fight them in an attempt to get rid of them, as they were "mucking up the stage" that they had set up.

Despite having headed out with clear goals in mind, Fumikado had gone home without accomplishing anything, which their subordinates reprimand them for. Kuroji comes by to collect the debt for the souls Iyozane said that they were going to buy in Reactivate Majestical Imperial. However, Fumikado had no means to repay it since they had done nothing. The narrator asks whether this was the memory they claim to be correct, hinting that Suzumi altered their memories.

Fumikado demanded answers from Suzumi, but instead of answering, they erase the trio's memories of the fight by showing them a book. Suzumi then disappeared.

Extra Story[edit]

After the three got their memory erased by Suzumi, they continue on the Shrine Road, a strange feeling looming over them.

On the Brilliant route, they run into the Senri fanatic and spell collector Haiji Senri, who challenges them to a spell card battle in order to get Fumikado's spell cards, as they are interested in a homunculus's natural ability in spell card making. Haiji loses and the trio takes their spell cards in order to repay their debt to Kuroji.
On the Haze route, the trio run into Yago Ametsukana, a god of blacksmithing and benefactor of the Taira clan in Mugenri. Iyozane and Tsugumi ask for advice from Yago, although Fumikado insists that they do not need it. Remembering their promise with Iwakado to help shape Fumikado into a good ruler and their other Taira friend's tragic ends, Yago fights the trio to test their power. Yago loses and refrains from offering their advice, except that Fumikado should earn the trust of their subordinates, which Fumikado accepts.
On the Neutral route, the trio runs into Xeno a, who explains that Tsurubami's departure from Mugenri left them without a sparring partner and quite bored. Although the trio was not who Xeno a was expecting, they fight them anyways to stave off their boredom. The trio wins, earning Xeno a's attention, who promises to fight them again in the future.

After fighting Xeno a, the trio runs into Tsurubami, who reveals that they've just come back to check on Mugenri's situation. Fumikado introduces themselves by announcing that they'll replace the Senri Shrine in uniting Mugenri, which upsets Tsurubami, prompting them to attack the trio.

After the protagonists win, Tsurubami reveals themself to be Suzumi (Arde) in disguise. Upon seeing Suzumi, the trio recalls their first battle with the informant. Explaining that the trio has become too much of a nuisance the scheme which their "friend" had set up, Suzumi attacks them in order to get rid of them. After their defeat, Suzumi explains that while Cine Hamal's ability is only to rewrite memories, Arde's own ability is to rewrite facts. They then use this newly revealed ability and disappears, erasing the trio's memory along with their own presence, although Tsugumi is left with the sense that something feels off.

Preschool Team's Story[edit]

Taken away from the Shrine, Sukune and Sese ask Tenkai for help with getting back at the Senri priests, with the trio wandering around Mugenri for various reasons.

Brilliant Route[edit]

Wanting to find the treasure mentioned in the rumour, the trio set out to find the mirror. Relating the mirror to the "Great Mirror" at Devanagara, Tenkai suggests that they head towards to capital. Along the way, they hear from those related to the capital that Tenkai had been summoned to be the new emperor, Ooama no Ake no Mitori's, retainer. Wanting to refuse the emperor directly, they fight their way to the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror, just in time to witness Mitori break the Great Mirror. They explain their motivations for overthrowing the previous dynasty but lament that it had been such an easy task. They also explain that they received information from a certain source claiming that the Sanctuary was about to attack the capital, which is what prompted their attack on the region. They then revealed that they wanted Tenkai as their retainer so that the stalemate with the Sanctuary could be resolved. After Tenkai's refusal, Mitori asks for a fight just as a warm-up before they head for the battlefield.

Tenkai acknowledges Mitori's strength and, with their business at the capital concluded, leaves the pagoda. As they leave, they dodge questions regarding the pagoda from Sukune and Sese while reminiscing about their old friend Tsurubami Senri, who they note to have been fond of the pagoda.

Haze Route[edit]

Hoping to convince the Sanctuary's forces to withdraw, Tenkai leads the trio towards the Unlost Woods, where their forces had been coming from. Along the Shrine Road, the trio runs into Souko Shirami, who fights Tenkai as punishment for helping Tsurubami enforce their rule. After defeating Souko, they enter the Unlost Woods, where they run into Kujiru Kesa, who reveals that Tenkai had been scouted for the newly formed Dragonfly Army, a branch organization of the Youkai Alliance, by the Dragonfly Castle's new master. Tenkai refuses and Kujiru tries to take them by force, although they fail. Forcing their way past the various followers of the new emperor, the trio finally reach the castle's throne room, where they encounter its new master Taira no Chouki. Tenkai berates Chouki for wasting their time dealing with the Imperial Army's invasion instead of letting the Senri Shrine handle problems, then moves on to explain how Chouki is not the true "New Emperor" and is instead the bait to lure the true emperor to the castle, along with the fact that Tsurubami Senri was the previous master of the castle. Unable to accept Tenkai's claim, Chouki attacks the trio in an attempt to prove their own power and make Tenkai tell them the truth.

Having concluded their business at the castle, Tenkai prepares to leave. However, Sukune and Sese are still hung up on the treasure mentioned in the rumor, so Tenkai directs them to the castle's treasury. Having inadvertently helped deal with the incident, Tenkai reminisces on the days they helped Tsurubami rule Mugenri, lamenting the departure of their dear friend.

Neutral Route[edit]

The trio wanders around Mugenri, trying to find the treasure that the rumor speaks of. They come across various people and fight them, with Sese and Sukune treating the fights as training to get stronger than the Senri Priests.

Summaries of each encounter:
  • Kurohebi: Having been hired to take Tenkai back to the capital, they attempted to sneak up on and assassinate Tenkai. Although Tenkai catches on thanks to their barriers and the trio defeat Kurohebi, who laments that they're going to be fired.
  • Jun Amanomiya: The trio runs into Jun, who was taking a leisurely stroll. Wating to fight against someone for fun, Sukune and Sese attack the elderly youkai.
  • Aoji Shitodo: After learning that Tenkai is related to Tsurubami, who spirit them away to Mugenri, Aoji attacks the trio in hopes of demanding some form of compensation.
  • Shou Amanomori: Shou is once again trying to take revenge for Jun’s defeat, along with getting back at the trio mocking them.
  • Tsugumi Umatachi: Tsugumi attacks Tenkai to settle a dispute from the past, but is defeated by the trio.
  • Lumen Celeritas: Sukune and Sese joke around with Lumen about what makes a hero, while Tenkai advises Lumen to act their age. Lumen attacks them to show them what a hero can do, while Tenkai then attacks Lumen for laughing at them failing a joke.
  • Fujiwara no Iyozane: Wandering around Mugenri looking for a missing Fumikado, they run into the trio. Tenkai challenges Iyozane to a duel in order to learn more about the Youkai alliance's role in the war but started fighting as Iyozane called them a melon.
  • Hooaka Shitodo: The trio ponder on Yabusame's existence when they run into Hooaka, who offers to answer their questions if the trio wins against them in a duel. The trio wins but learns nothing substantial,
  • Hibaru Kokutenshi: Hibaru attacks the trio in hopes that fighting Tenkai would allow them to remember how to fight seriously, but to no avail.
  • Adagumo no Saragimaru: Sukune and Sese have trouble recalling who Saragimaru was, and Tenkai suggests that they duel them to make them reveal their identity. Saragimaru loses, but Tenkai asks them to refrain from revealing their identity, and to instead run a few errands for them at a later date.
  • Kuroji Shitodo: The team attack Kuroji to teach them a lesson for all their wrongdoings. Kuroji loses and leaves, warning them that a "true evil" has arrived in Mugenri, although the trio doesn't believe them.
  • Taira no Fumikado: The team mocks Fumikado as they had become separated from their subordinates and gotten themself lost, prompting Fumikado to fight back in retaliation, hoping to force them to help in looking for the subordinates.
  • Yabusame Houlen: The trio discuss whether Yabusame and Tsubakura are fit for their new position when they run into Yabusame, who is out on a picnic. Sukune and Sese decide to join in and the three start sharing their lunchboxes. Unable to accept Yabusame's carefree behaviour, Tenkai attacks them in order to teach them a lesson, bringing the picnic to an abrupt stop.
  • Tsubakura Enraku: The trio discuss the Senri priests of the past when they run into Tsubakura, who complains about their new duties as the official new Senri priest. Although not a fan of their new responsibilities, Tsubakura does express interest in the Senri Shrine itself but bemoans that all the shrine's official documents are lies. In order to learn more, they attack Tenkai in an attempt to force information out of them.
  • Clause: Ordered by Garaiya to find Fumikado, they fight the team to learn about their whereabouts.
  • Adagumo no Yaorochi: Finding Sukune missing from home, Yaorochi went to the Ritual Site at the Unlost Woods, where they run into the trio. They ask Sukune to come home but Sukune refuses until they've found the treasure in the rumor. Angry at Sukune's defiant behaviour, Yaorochi attacks the trio.
  • Shion: Bored of eating Tsurubakura's soul, Shion escaped from the Shrine while out with Tsubakura and Yabusame, returning to the Withered Grove. Wanting to have a taste of the trio's souls, Shion attacks them on the condition that they'd be returned to the shrine if they lost.

Having strayed from the path towards the Dragonfly Castle or the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror, the trio had wandered around without accomplishing anything. They decided to go to Sukune's house, which Yaorochi had returned to, to rest for the night before setting out to try again the next day, much to Yaorochi's dismay.

If the party has met everyone possible and kept to the Shrine Road, they would meet Suzumi Kuzu.
Tenkai ponders the strange timing of recent events, namely the sudden organization of the Youkai Alliance, the coup in the capital and the emergence of the strange rumor, when they suddenly realise that Xeno a could be the one behind the strange coincidences. Upon Tenkai's realization, Suzumi Kuzu (Cine Hamal) appears and reveals that they were the mastermind behind the coincidences instead. Suzumi introduces themself and explains that they plan on erasing the trio's existence in order to make Tsubakura sad. The trio fight back in retaliation, with Tenkai vowing to bring them down in order to protect Mugenri.

Having strayed from the path towards the Dragonfly Castle or the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror, the trio had wandered around without accomplishing anything. They decided to go to Sukune's house, which Yaorochi had returned to, to rest for the night before setting out to try again the next day, much to Yaorochi's dismay. The narrator asks whether this was the memory they claim to be correct, hinting that Suzumi altered their memories.

Suzumi remains calm after their defeat, leading the trio to realise that they still had a trick up their sleeve. However, before they could do anything, Suzumi erased the trio's memories of the fight by showing them a book and disappeared.

Extra Story[edit]

After the three got their memory erased by Suzumi, they continue on the Shrine Road, a strange feeling looming over them.

On the Brilliant route, the trio run into the Senri fanatic and spell collector Haiji Senri, much to Tenkai's dismay. Impressed by their recent achievements, Haiji challenges them to a spell card battle in order to take their spell cards. Haiji loses and has their spell cards taken by the trio instead.
On the Haze route, the trio run into Yago Ametsukana, a god of blacksmithing and an acquaintance of Tenkai's. Yago reveals that they were impressed by Sukune replicating the Tasouken's form and wants to take them up as an apprentice so that they may one day become Yago's successor, as Yago wishes to retire from godhood. Sukune refuses as they want to hone their skills themself, instead of relying on Yago's help. Disappointed with Sukune's response, Yago challenges the trio so that they may force Sukune to become their successor. They defeat Yago, but Sukune vows to take Yago's place once they achieve godhood on their own.
On the Neutral route, the trio runs into Xeno a, who was waiting for the new Senri priests to show up and fight them. Xeno a explains that they've already sent out a signal using their ability to manipulate probabilities, which Tenkai interprets to be why so many coincidences are happening at once, although Xeno a admits that they themself have no way of knowing what the signal is. Xeno a challenges them to a fight anyways to stave off their boredom and the trio defeats them, although Xeno a was not taking the battle seriously. Xeno a encourages the party to train in preparation for their next encounter while Xeno a waits patiently for Tsurubami's return.

After fighting Xeno a, the trio runs into Tsurubami, much to Tenkai bewilderment. Tenkai gets angry at Tsurubami for leaving so suddenly and without a word, when they suddenly realise that it should be technically impossible for Tsurubami to return. Tsurubami acts disappointed at the fact that they've been found out, but their reaction ironically convinces Tenkai that it truly was Tsurubami after all. Still angry at Tsurubami, Tenkai challenges them to a duel, vowing to kill them, with Sukune and Sese offering their support to their new friend.

After the trio wins, "Tsurubami" lets go of their disguise and reveals themself to in reality be Suzumi Kuzu (Arde). Upon seeing the informant, the trio remembers their previous fight on the Shrine Road. After pointing out that they really were Tsurubami in their previous fight, Tenkai challenges Suzumi to a duel in order to punish them for making Tenkai fight Tsurubami. After they defeat Suzumi, the trio contemplates handing the informant over to Tsurubami and Yabusame, when Tenkai warns Suzumi not to attempt erasing with their memories again as Tenkai had already made barriers in order to recall Suzumi in the event that they do so. Suzumi laughs at the futility of their actions and uses their information manipulation to erase the trio's memory along with their own presence, although Tenkai is left with the sense that something feels off.

Scoundrel Team's Story[edit]

With their assailant weighing heavily on the trio's minds, they set out to find the treasure mentioned in the rumor.

Brilliant Route[edit]

While leaving the Shrine, they run into Mitsumo and, in an attempt to capture and sell them off, defeat them. Curious about the ongoing war, Kuroji decides to head towards Devanagara to gather intelligence. Along the way, they encounter and defeat Medias and Kunimitsu, unwittingly pushing back the frontline of the war. Both Kaoru and Sanra attempt to defeat and arrest the invaders, but the trio defeats them and heads towards the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror in hopes of greater riches. After encountering Mitori and learning that they are the emperor, Kuroji provokes Mitori and challenges them to a spell card duel for the throne, revealing this to be their plan the entire time.

The trio wins against Mitori, prompting Aoji and Hooaka to celebrate at the prospect of being able to live the lives of royals. However, Mitori realises that Kuroji does not want the throne for their own personal gain and questions their true purpose, much to the surprise of the younger Shitodos. Kuroji decides to drop the matter for now and gazes out to the capital while taking in the view.

Haze Route[edit]

While leaving the Shrine, the trio encounters Souko Shirami, who Kuroji provokes into a fight in order to take their possessions. Thinking that the war and the rumor might be related, Kuroji decides to head towards wherever the Youkai Alliance's forces were coming from. Along the way, they encounter and defeat various members of the Dragonfly Army and learn about the Dragonfly Castle's new emperor. Kuroji sets their sights on becoming the new emperor so that they would all become their servants. Within the castle, Para blocks the trio's way to the throne room in an attempt to protect Chouki, but is defeated instead. The trio moves onto Ukifune's Room, where Kuroji challenges Chouki to a spell card duel, claiming to want to experience the authority an emperor has, although Chouki sees that that is at least partially a lie. Nevertheless, the trio fight against the new emperor for the throne.

Despite having won and secured the Dragonfly Castle's throne, Aoji and Hooaka remain baffled at the idea that Kuroji wants to become an emperor, pointing out that they usually leave standing on top to Tsubakura. Kuroji reasons that it is fine for them to surpass Tsubakura on this occasion as they are not around, much to their younger siblings' confusion, and even the narrator points out that they lacked their characteristic humility when it came to Tsubakura.

Neutral Route[edit]

The trio wanders around Mugenri, trying to find the treasure that the rumor speaks of. They come across various people and fight them, making money off them and learning more about the various residents of Mugenri.

Summaries of each encounter:
  • Kurohebi: Worried that their assailant would make use of Kurohebi to kill people, the trio decide to defeat and kill Kurohebi before that can happen. They defeat Kurohebi but they used their ability to run away before Hooaka could kill them.
  • Jun Amanomiya: Recalling that rain youkai are rare and thus worth some money, Kuroji attacks Jun in order to capture them. They win but decide that it would be too much of a bother to bring Jun along with them.
  • Shou Amanomori: Wanting revenge on Kuroji for defeating them inEarthen Miraculous Sword, Shou attacks the trio. They promptly defeat Shou and move on.
  • Tsugumi Umatachi: Tsugumi wants revenge on Kuroji while Kuroji is interested in taking their pumpkin to sell it off, thus the two parties fight. The trio wins put the pumpkin is damaged and they move on.
  • Lumen Celeritas: Still hung up on whatever secret Kuroji is hiding from them, Lumen attacks the trio. The trio defeats them and moves on.
  • Sese Kitsugai: Holding a grudge against Sese for taking away all the souls they have collected, Kuroji attacks the youkai. The trio defeats them and moves on.
  • Fujiwara no Iyozane: Hoping to make more money off of Iyozane and Fumikado, Kuroji attacks Iyozane in order to quintuple the debt they own. Although they defeat Iyozane, Aoji and Hooaka feel bad for them, prompting Kuroji to quadruple the debt instead.
  • Hibaru Kokutenshi: The trio encounter Hibaru, who Kuroji attacks in order to take all the money they have with them. The trio defeats Hibaru, but they had no money on them that day.
  • Adagumo no Saragimaru: Saragimaru was on their way to the Unlost Woods to watch over Yaorochi when they ran into the trio, Kuroji attacks them as punishment for running away from them.
  • Sukune Katano: The trio attack Sukune in order to use them as a slave to make pottery to sell, they win against Sukune and force them to work for the Shitodo family.
  • Taira no Fumikado: Fumikado attack the trio in an attempt to cancel their debt, they lose and the debt remains owed to Kuroji.
  • Yabusame Houlen: Thinking that Kuroji is up to no good again, Yabusame attacks the trio.
  • Tsubakura Enraku: Hoping to force Kuroji to explain who severed Hooaka's arm and why Kuroji shared the rumor with them, Tsubakura attacks the trio.
  • Clause: Ordered by Garaiya to find Fumikado, they fight the trio as a "reward" for leading them to Fumikado. The trio retaliates in order to demand greater compensation from them.
  • Adagumo no Yaorochi: Paranoid that the trio is after the Tasouken, Yaorochi prepares to strike the trio down when Kuroji decides to steal the Tasouken, inadvertently confirming Yaorochi's previously-false suspicion. Thus, the two parties clash.
  • Shion: Arriving at the Withered Grove, the trio decides to pick the wilting Harujion in order to sell it off. Shion shows up to stop them and takes an interest in tasting Aoji's soul, considering that they would gain nothing for leaving Aoji behind, Kuroji decides to retaliate instead of running away.
  • Tenkai Zuifeng: The trio runs into Tenkai, who muses about the new emperor of Devenagara, who has a Bird's Names. Curious about the meaning of "Bird's Names", the trio attack Tenkai in order to force information out of them.

Having been unable to find the treasure, Kuroji takes their frustration out on their younger siblings, giving them a lecture. However, their thoughts wandered to their assailant again and they express concern for both Tsubakura and their future.

If the party has met everyone possible and kept to the Shrine Road, they would meet Suzumi Kuzu.
The trio ponders how their assailant made it into Mugenri, reasoning that they could not have used the Magritte nor did they get spirited away along with the rest of them during Evanescent Existence. However, halfway through the discussion they somehow reach the conclusion that they did get spirited away along with them, prompting them to wonder why they were on the topic to begin with. Suzumi Kuzu (Cine Hamal) reveals themself to the trio, disrupting the conversation, and explained that they attacked them in order to bring further grief to Tsubakura, hoping to see the expression Tsubakura made when their mother died again. In order to punish Suzumi for all the bad deeds they have done, the trio attack Suzumi.

Having been unable to find the treasure, Kuroji takes their frustration out on their younger siblings, giving them a lecture. However, their thoughts wandered to their assailant again and they express concern for both Tsubakura and their future. The narrator asks whether this was the memory they claim to be correct, hinting that Suzumi altered their memories.

Having won against Suzumi, the trio try to recall what their ability was while thinking of how to deal with Suzumi. However, before they could do anything, Suzumi showed them a book, prompting the siblings to recall their ability before having their memories erased again. Suzumi then disappeared.

Extra Story[edit]

After the three got their memory erased by Suzumi, they continue on the Shrine Road, a strange feeling looming over them.

On the Brilliant route, the trio run into the Senri fanatic and spell collector Haiji Senri. Who challenges them to a spell card battle in order to get the trio's spell cards, as they are all "naturals". Haiji loses and they get all their spell cards taken instead.
On the Haze route, the trio run into Yago Ametsukana, a god of blacksmithing. Yago reveals that they wanted to meet the one who fought the Tasouken and make weapons for the Shitodo siblings. Although Kuroji is uninterested in the weapons themself, they plan to obtain them and sell them off. Yago promises to make them the weapons if they win in a duel against them and Kuroji agrees on the condition that they hand over all of the weapons they have on hand if the trio wins. They win and the god agrees to make weapons for the three siblings, having gleaned their personalities, fighting styles and habits.
On the Neutral route, the trio runs into Xeno a, who was waiting for the new Senri priests to show up and fight them. Xeno a is impressed that they managed to make it all the way here even with the war raging on, and decides to fight them. The trio wins and moves on, albeit lost.

After fighting Xeno a, the trio runs into Tsurubami, much to the trio's surprise. The trio wonders whether this means that they, along with Tsubakura and the rest, get to return home to the Outside World. Tsurubami answers that they do not plan to return to being the Senri Shrine priest again, so Tsubakura and Yabusame will need to continue doing their new jobs. The trio decide that they don't want to return either and the topic instead shifts to what Tsurubami's goals are, and the trio duel Tsurubami in order to force the answer out of them.

After the trio wins, "Tsurubami" lets go of their disguise and reveals themself to in reality be Suzumi Kuzu (Arde). Upon seeing the informant, the trio remembers their previous fight on the Shrine Road and learn that Suzumi has a dual personality, although seems to Suzumi imply that that isn't quite it either. Still aiming to kill everyone related to Tsubakura, Suzumi attacks and the trio retaliates.

Having defeated Suzumi, the siblings decide to sell them to Tsubakura and let them deal with Suzumi instead. Suzumi laughs that they won't remember any of this anyway, but the siblings have already written the event down so as not to forget. Suzumi laughs at the futility of their actions and uses their information manipulation to erase the trio's memory along with their own presence, although Aoji is left with the sense that something is off.

Secret Team's Story[edit]

Having stirred up the war and spread the strange rumor, Suzumi (Cine Hamal in control with Arde along as well) wander around Mugenri and collect information on its various residents, furthering their scheme.
In their story, we follow the same Suzumi as they travel between various timelines, with each playthrough of the main game being a different timeline.

Brilliant Route[edit]

On their way to the capital to meet Mitori, various people attack the informant in an attempt to chase them away, although the informant remains victorious. They encounter Sanra in Devanagara, who recognises them as the informant that told them about Taira no Masakado's revival, albeit acting differently from when they last met. Recognising Suzumi as a threat, Sanra attacks them. Suzumi wins and moves onto the Pagoda of the Heavenly Mirror. At the pagoda, Suzumi discusses the abilities of the Great Mirror and its historical use when Mitori arrives and broke it. Mitori recognises Suzumi as the informant but Suzumi attacks the emperor, claiming to want to kill them.

Defeated but impressed with Suzumi's power, Mitori praises the informants fighting skills. Arde instructs Cine Hamal to look through Mitori's memories and Mitori realises that Suzumi isn't alone. Having accomplished their goal, Suzumi uses their ability to return to the past, disappearing before Mitori's very eyes.

Haze Route[edit]

On their way to the Dragonfly Castle to meet Chouki, various people attack the informant in an attempt to chase them away, although the informant remains victorious. Reaching the castle's throne room, Chouki recognises them as the informant who told them that Devanagara was going to attack the Sanctuary. Suzumi demands payment for their services in the form of memories and the two fight.

Having defeated Chouki and tied them to the ceiling, Hamee looks through their memories and records any useful information they could find. Their goal accomplished, Suzumi once again uses their abilities to go back in time.

Neutral Route[edit]

The informant wanders around Mugenri, collecting information on its various residents. Along the way, Cine Hamal threatens to kill many of the people they encounter but Arde stops them.

Summaries of each encounter:
  • Kurohebi: Upset that Kurohebi is unable to kill Tsubakura, Suzumi attacks Kurohebi to teach them a lesson.
  • Jun Amanomiya: Feeling bored from experiencing the same events over and over again, Cine Hamal attacks Jun to relieve some stress, although Arde stops them from killing the youkai.
  • Aoji Shitodo: Poking at Aoji's insecurities about being a burden, Cine Hamal tricks Aoji into fighting them. Suzumi wins and they move on.
  • Shou Amanomori: Wanting revenge for Jun, Shou attacks the informant. The youkai is quickly defeated and Suzumi moves on.
  • Tsugumi Umatachi: While discussing the Bird's Names, Suzumi runs into Tsugumi, who has one such name themself. Cine Hamal attacks them for no discernable reason and they move on.
  • Lumen Celeritas: Sensing darkness within Suzumi, Lumen attacks the informant. They defeat Lumen and move on.
  • Sese Kitsugai: Sese challenges Suzumi to a fight in order to get stronger, Suzumi is impressed at how much "déjà vu" they have but defeat them and move on anyways.
  • Fujiwara no Iyozane: Finding Iyozane's past to be particularly interesting, Cine Hamal attacks them and attempts to kill them. Arde stops them, reminding them that Iyozane in particular needs to live
  • Hooaka Shitodo: Suzumi runs into Hooaka, who points out that Suzumi appears to have dual personalities after all. Suzumi retorts that Hooaka is in a similar situation and attacks them. The informant wins and they move on, Cine Hamal's personal restraint surprising Arde.
  • Hibaru Kokutenshi: Suzumi discusses Hibaru's past, which they could not get out of anyone's memories, when they run into Hiabru. They challenge Hibaru to a duel to take their memories, defeating the youkai and moving on.
  • Adagumo no Saragimaru: Interested in learning about their power, Suzumi attacks Saragimaru and moves on.
  • Kuroji Shitodo: Suzumi runs into Kuroji, who challenges them to a duel in order to learn more about them. Kuroji loses but Suzumi quickly moves on, saying that they're busy at the moment.
  • Sukune Katano: Annoyed at Sukune's childishness, Cine Hamal attacks the youkai. Sukune is defeated and Arde notes that they are a particularly important person, due to being connected to many key figures.
  • Taira no Fumikado: Insulted by Suzumi, Fumikado attacks them in an attempt to regain their honor. After their battle, Fumikado recalls Suzumi as the informant who told them about the Mugenri barrier breaking, saying that they couldn't recognise them since they changed the way they speak.
  • Yabusame Houlen: Arde once again explains to Cine Hamal what "déjà vu" is, memories of a person leaking from one timeline to another, and how it connects to their information collection. They run into Yabusame, who Arde points out their abilities do not work on. Yabusame figures that Suzumi is up to no good again and attacks, with Suzumi fighting back in retaliation.
  • Tsubakura Enraku: Cine Hamal details their plan to torture Tsubakura, much to Arde's disgust, when they run into Tsubakura. Figuring that Tsubakura had been having things too easy ever since they arrived in Mugenri, Cine Hamal attacks them in order to bring them anguish again.
  • Clause: Clause accidentally overhears Suzumi admitting to instigating the war, as the two chat Clause reveals that they know of Suzumi's multiple selves. Unable to kill them now, Suzumi attacks Clause to at least teach them a lesson.
  • Adagumo no Yaorochi: Arde explains to Cine Hamal what "homeologues" are, similar people across separate dimensions, pointing out Yaorochi, who they have just come across, as an example. Suzumi challenges Yaorochi to a duel in order to learn about the Tasouken's usage, when Yaorochi admits that they have no idea regarding the topic. Their interest piqued, Yaorochi attacks the informant in turn, hoping to learn more about the topic themself.
  • Shion: Arriving at the Withered Grove, Cine Hamal questions who solved the incident in Reactivate Majestical Imperial after all, as their manipulation made the true outcome unclear. Arde points out that due to "déjà vu", everyone who set out to solve the incident will remember solving it themselves, making the objective truth irrelevant. They run into Shion, who Cine Hamal attacks in an attempt to cause Tsubakura some grief.
  • Tenkai Zuifeng: Cine Hamal points out how Arde doesn't like talking to others, to which they explain that information gained from memories is much more substantial, so they only talk to fulfil the requirements for memory searching. They run into Tenkai, who is suspicious of Suzumi for knowing about them and seemingly harbouring a grudge against the Senri. Hoping to learn more about Suzumi, they challenge the informant to a duel.

Having collected all the information they could, Suzumi writes down what they have done and learnt, with Cine Hamal complaining that Arde's writings are too boring. The writing reveals that the narrator of the game had been Suzumi the entire time.

If the party has met everyone possible and kept to the Shrine Road, they would meet Suzumi Kuzu (Clone).
Having gathered all the information they can, Suzumi plans to rewind time again when they run into the Suzumi Kuzu of the past timeline they are currently in. They muse about the fact that neither of them has lost against themself before and after the short exchange, they battle one another.

Having collected all the information they could, Suzumi writes down what they have done and learnt, with Cine Hamal complaining that Arde's writings are too boring. The writing reveals that the narrator of the game had been Suzumi the entire time. The narrator asks whether this was the memory they claim to be correct, hinting that the enemy Suzumi had altered their memories.

Having been defeated, the past Suzumi erases Suzumi's memories of the fight by showing them a book and disappeared, although Suzumi already knew that this would happen as they have experienced this many times already.

Extra Story[edit]

Despite having the memory of their most recent encounter with the past Suzumi erased, Suzumi remains unfazed as they have experienced this whole ordeal multiple times already. Moving along the Senri Shrine Road, they chase down the clone and collect information from anyone they meet along the way.

On the Brilliant route, Suzumi runs into the Senri fanatic and spell collector Haiji Senri. Cine Hamal and Haiji briefly chat about the aesthetics of spell card and spell card battles, where they briefly learn about the origin of the spell card system. Haiji suspects that Suzumi may be a "natural" at spell card making and challenges the informant for them. Hiji loses and Suzumi moves on.
On the Haze route, Arde explains to Cine Hamal what gods and celestials are in Mugenri, impressing Yago Ametsukana, a god of blacksmithing, with their depth of knowledge. Yago reveals that they can hear both souls within the body and confronts them for repeating history over and over again. Suzumi refuses to explain their goals, prompting Yago to challenge them to a duel. Yago loses and is instead forced to remain quiet about Suzumi.
On the Neutral route, Suzumi runs into Xeno a, who was waiting for the new Senri priests to show up and fight them. Impressed that they managed to make it all the way here even with the war raging on, Xeno a decides to fight them. Suzumi recognizes them from the casino in the capital and realises that they are immortal. After their duel, Xeno a acknowledges their abilities and Arde decides to look into them later.

After fighting Xeno a, the trio runs into Tsurubami, which Suzumi immediate points out to be the past Suzumi in disguise. Tired from the whole ordeal, Cine Hamal immediately attacks "Tsurubami" instead of playing along. After being defeated, past Suzumi drops their Tsurubami disguise and they fight again.

Having erased the past Suzumi, Hamee goes to rest after Arde affirms that all they have done was for the sake of their revenge, leaving Arde in charge of the body. After sending Hamee off to sleep, Suzumi disappears.

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