Let’s begin this episode with Aoto Endou and Shihono Kobayashi where they’re having trouble in dealing with Leon Schach. Aside from being obsessed with Fiene, it is said that Leon was an illegitimate son of the count’s mistress until the patriarch of the Schach household took Leon in because he doesn’t have any children who will inherit the family reins.
Even so, Leon Schach is being treated by everyone with contempt. Not just his own family, but everyone else who sees Leon as some bastard child who’s not worthy of inheriting the Schach household.
Anyways, it’s time for Elizabeth Marschner to find Leon Schach, only to get caught by one of Leon’s traps in which Elizabeth is subjected to various ailments like paralysis, memory disorientation, and hallucination.
And here’s Leon Schach where despite setting up a trap that’ll knock out a man, he was surprised that Elizabeth Marschner remained alive and conscious.
But anyways, it turns out that Elizabeth Marschner and Leon Schach know each other for a long time. In fact, Elizabeth teaches Leon on how to defend himself from enemies using magic.
With that said, Elizabeth ask Leon a favor to help her save Lieselotte Riefenstahl from the Witch of Yore. C’mon, it’s a simple thing to do for Leon Schach.
However, Leon Schach doesn’t want to get involved in saving a villainess from a final boss, mostly because he has other plans like taking Fiene away from Baldur.
Then again, Leon might have a taste of Fiene’s punches if he acts like an asshole. Regardless, it’s a shame that Elizabeth didn’t recruit her student for the greater cause.
Meanwhile, it appears that the Witch of Yore continues to torment Lieselotte Riefenstahl until she succumbs to the witch’s influence.
But, the villainess decides to fight back as she won’t let anyone, not even the Witch of Yore, insult the Crown Prince Siegwald Fitzenhagen. Glad that she’s starting to resist the witch’s influence.
Of course, the Witch of Yore will return at one point as her reign of terror is not over. Heck, she might appear in another form during the Festival of Gratitude.
Anyways, let’s end Endou and Kobayashi’s playthrough of MagiKoi where Siegwald hugged Lieselotte as he doesn’t want to lose her. That. Was. Frickin’ sweet!
Heck, even Shihono Kobayashi is jumping for joy on how the crown prince hugged the villainess in the most cutest way possible. Then again, I’m worried that she might get injured.
Luckily, there’s Aoto Endou catching her in the most awkward way possible. Man, I feel that they should become a couple after clearing MagiKoi.
Anyways, looks like Aoto Endou and Shihono Kobayashi will have to find a way of convincing Leon Schach in saving the villainess from her terrible fate. With that said, I’ll see you next time!