Hausen House (4)
|Number of pages||37|
|Cover Character(s)||Hyuuga, Konatsu Warren, Haruse, Kuroyuri, Katsuragi, Ayanami|
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The volume was released on the 24th of May 2008 in Japan. Its ISBN is 978-4-7580-5347-1.
Seilan continues to tell the story of how Xing-lu died to Teito Klein, telling how Lady Hausen was so overcome with grief she disappeared. Teito shouts that Castor and Razette are still alive, but Seilan is furious- thinking Teito is making a cruel joke. Teito, while initially horrified Seilan believes Castor to be dead, encourages Seilan to mourn. Whilst thinking of his former master, Seilan suddenly has a change of heart and demands Teito leave the room. Teito is confused as to why but then a huge Wars appears in the room; the tainted remains of the lady Hausen.
Seilan attempts to save Teito by pushing him out of the way but he is unable to stop the Wars from advancing on him, and Seilan is dragged out of the way by the other Hausen House Servants as Teito is dragged towards the wars by the porcelain dolls the lady is controlling. As Teito fights the Wars, the servants warn Seilan not to get involved and he gets into an argument with them, attacking the tallest one as the youngest attempts to control the barrier. The barrier breaks and the Wars gets out, but Teito saves them and fends off the Wars.
Teito comforts the lady, telling her that Castor still loves her despite him being away and he then purifies her soul using his Baculus. As her soul goes to heaven, Xingfa Hausen appears, and tells Teito he had lost his son and was going to lose his wife too, and so she was kept in the house and fed on those who wished to go to Seele. Suddenly, the room is filled with a bright light and the Ghost Fest appears before Teito, asking him if he wishes to accept the cursed ticket.
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Quotes from this ChapterEdit
- "Thank you, young man." (Lady Hausen to Teito)