The sentence being announced, Gejutel now waits in the dark prison chamber for his eternal sleep. However, he has a visitor: Kei. Of all the clan leaders, only he has come to ask Gejutel for one last time: why did he do this? Why not answer the Lord? He tries to convince Gejutel to say something about this decision. Stripping off his title and the death sentence can certainly not be the best way to send off the most experienced, trustworthy, respected and closest clan-leader to the previous Lord. However, Gejutel seems to have accepted his near future, seeing that the Lord has suffered long thinking of the earlier treachery of some clan-leaders. He thinks it'll be good if he takes his last leave; after all, he has lived long enough. All he wants, is to have the word that all of the current clan leaders will always remain loyal to the Lord. He is relieved that Regis has not been given the same punishment because it'll be him who will take on the responsibility of the Landegre clan. But Gejutel holds himself responsible for Seira, who's been locked up too. So he requests Kei to look after Seira for him.
In the darkness of another cell, another visitor has come to see a prisoner but with no good intention. Rael tells Seira in an ironic tone about Regis being in the forbidden area and Gejutel's forced eternal sleep. This news shocks Seira beyond imagination. Rael, having fulfilled his intention, leaves a speechless, dumbfounded Seira.
In another chamber, Ludis and the other two clan leaders (later identified as Karias and Rozaria) are still acclimatizing themselves to what has happened. Ludis proposes to persuade the Lord to change her decision but Rozaria states that it cannot be done. Furthermore, Gejutel has remained silent through and through which alone states that he has not denied treason. Regis's doings does not help the situation either. And the Lord has ordered to capture Regis alive and bring him in for questioning. As it's Regis, one of them has to go personally to get him. Suddenly the door opens to reveal an eavesdropper. Rael makes an artificial apology and volunteers to go to capture Regis.
Meanwhile, in the forbidden area's mansion, Regis is shaken by his grandpa's news. Frankenstein elaborates the reason that caused this unwanted happening. It's because his master did not want to reveal his presence compelling Gejutel to make a false report. Regis excludes himself from the company wishing to be alone. Tao, Takeo and M-21 also withdraw. Then Frankenstein says that Gejutel need not have said anything to the Lord to arouse suspicion. But as it's Gejutel who's known for being loyal to the lords, they can't possibly believe that he'll be loyal to Rai as well. Thus expressing his doubts as to whom Gejutel is loyal, Frankenstein asks his master where he'll go. Rai decides that it's time to go to the previous Lord's shrine to pay tribute. At this, Frankenstein comments that it'll be hard as the shrine is in the deepest chamber within the castle. And to make matters worse, only the princess (the current Lord), who has not been in good terms with his master for long, has access there.
Elsewhere, the prison guards experience a sudden vibration coming from the prison. They look stupefied as they see the bars getting sliced to reveal an angry face of Seira J. Loyard.