Sebas has to pay the piper now that Momonga knows how much he has been acting on his own. Will Sebas kill his ward to prove himself, or give up the Tomb of Nazarick forever?
Original Story: Kugane Maruyama
Art: Hugin Miyama
Character Design: so-bin
Translation: Emily Balistrieri
What They Say
After undergoing an intense interrogation, Sebas is faced with two choices-to maintain his loyalty to his master or stay by Tsuare. Which path will the butler choose?
Content: (please note that content portions of this review contains spoilers):
Sebas’ antics around town have forced Momonga’s hand. Making Momonga mad is not good for anyone. Thus, Momonga pays Sebas and Solution a visit to determine their next course of action. While Solution has been reporting to Momonga and is safe from his ire, Sebas is in a serious situation. His loyalty to the Tomb of Nazarick is in question and his next decision will decide both his fate and his human girl companion, Tsuare.
Once that is settled, Momonga decides to pull his minions from the city. But unfortunately for Tsuare, the Eight Fingers kidnap her and challenge Sebas. There is no doubt who will win this confrontation. Sebas is more than capable of taking on an entire human army if needed. However, will Sebas be able to rescue Tsuare before she is killed? Or have the Eight Fingers killed her already?
In a turn of fate, the Princesses forces sent to attack the Eight Finger’s headquarters run into Sebas. While Sebas doesn’t require any backup support for this fight, they could be an immense help in securing Tsuare. If they can sneak in while Sebas is fighting, they might be able to rescue Tsuare before she’s killed.
Get ready for Sebas in berserker mode!
The portrait was fleeting, but the Princess reveals her true nature; as cutthroat as any of the court nobles. Not only that, but she is much smarter than her brother and his court friends. Whereas that brother thinks he is angling himself to usurp his older brother for the throne, the Princess is ten steps ahead of him and much more dangerous.
Content Grade: B
Art Grade: B+
Packaging Grade: A
Text/Translation Grade: A
Age Rating: Older Teen
Released By: Yen Press
Release Date: September 24, 2019