Hausen House (2)
|Number of pages||32|
|Cover Character(s)||Teito Klein, Burupya, Capella, Frau, Hakuren Oak, Castor and Labrador|
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The volume was released on the 24th of May 2008 in Japan. Its ISBN is 978-4-7580-5347-1.
Frau takes Capella to a brothel but is disappointed when all the women there coo over Capella and ignore him. Meanwhile, back at the Hausen House, Seilan explains the story of the Seven Houses of God and the Seven Ghosts to Teito Klein as he escorts Teito to his room.
As Teito bathes, a stranger enters his room and attacks him, but Teito defends himself- knocking his attacker backwards. When Teito pulls back the shower curtain, his attacker has disappeared, leaving nothing but a ransacked room and a piece of rubble part behind. Teito collects this as evidence.
As Frau wanders the district he comes across a woman and warns her of the dangers of walking home alone. She informs him that she is homeless and asks him to "buy [her] for the night". Frau agrees, but then releases his scythe, realising she is a Wars.
The Wars flees and Frau pursues her onto the rooftops, where she leads him to more Wars who mock him. Frau begins to purify their souls using the scythe, and the woman thanks Frau for releasing her from the Wars. Her soul leaves for heaven but the scythe is unimpressed with the quality of his meals and roars in protest. Frau tells it to quieten down.
Back at the Hausen House, Teito climbs through a window onto the second floor, surprising Seilan who had been standing there. Seilan takes Teito to the dining room where Xingfa Hausen has invited him to dine with him. He samples their food and Xingfa tells Teito he knows he has killed before, and Teito accuses Xingfa and his servants of doing the same. Teito shows Xingfa the rubble he had collected earlier, and tells Xingfa it may help him find the Cursed Ticket.
Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit
Quotes from this ChapterEdit
- "While you're at it, why won't you play with me as well. ❤"_ Frau trying to catch the girls' attention.
- Lingerie-chan greatly resembles Magdalen: the woman who raised Frau. This could mean that the two women are sisters or otherwise related.