Hidilgo's death causes chaos among the Lusitanian ranks that threatened Hilmes' plan.
Guiscard and Innocentius are informed of Hidigo's assassination, though the first is more interested in the change he will have to make to his plan to get ride of Bodin. Their are suprised by Bodin's unfriendly arrival, who launch accusations of murder against them and treason against the religion. However, Guiscard notes that it Hidilgo who committed a crime against the Church, since he was fond death in bed with a woman. Bodin left the room in silence, but is in state of extreme rage caused by Guiscard's response.
Later, the two Royal Brothers and the Lusitanians Generals received words that the Temple's Knight are assembling in full armour and a panicked Guiscard ordered the seizure of Yaldaboath's flag on Ecbatana's wall before the arrival of Party of Knight take it. A bloody battle ensued between the Knight and the Lusitanian troops; a battle lost by the troops until Hilmes' sudden charge in the midst of the battle held off the attack.
Despite congratulation from Guiscard for saving the flag, Hilmes is embitter that his searco of Arslan was call off but they are informed of another religious move : The Knight of the Temples and Bodin are leaving the Capital to a Fortress on the border between Pars and Maryam.
Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit
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|Volume 1||Chapter 1 • Chapter 2 • Chapter 3 • Chapter 4|
|Volume 2||Chapter 5 • Chapter 6 • Chapter 7 • Chapter 8 • Chapter 9 • Chapter 10|
|Volume 3||Chapter 11 • Chapter 12 • Chapter 13 • Chapter 14 • Chapter 15 • Chapter 16 • Chapter 17 • Chapter 18 • Chapter 19|
|Volume 4||Chapter 20 • Chapter 21 • Chapter 22 • Chapter 23 • Chapter 24 • Chapter 25 • Chapter 26 • Chapter 27|
|Volume 5||Chapter 28 • Chapter 29• Chapter 30 • Chapter 31 • Chapter 32 • Chapter 33 • Chapter 34|
|Not Yet Collected||Chapter 35|