|Number of pages||24|
|Cover Phrase||Fly towards the brilliant future-...|
|Cover Character(s)||Teito Klein|
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One day I saw the sky
The volume was released on the 25th of August 2010 in Japan. Its ISBN is 978-4-7580-5538-3.
Labrador and Castor arrive in the city which Frau and Teito are in, and meet with Lance. Castor demonstrates the strength of his new, prosthetic arm and Lance exclaims that he is relieved Castor is a "nerd". Annoyed, Castor attacks Lance, revealing that his prosthetic arm can extend further than an ordinary arm, and Labrador remarks that it seems to be working well.
The three bishops talk for a while, and Lance provides Castor and Labrador with updated information on Ayanami, based on the Church's intelligence. As the topic becomes the matter of Ea and Landkarte, Lance, Labrador and Castor surmise that Ea and Landkarte, who have been missing since the Raggs war, have either succeeded in obtaining Ayanami's trust or betrayed the other Ghosts.
Meanwhile, Ayanami is still in his regeneration tank, and in the town Neal, preparations begin for the Hawkzile race. Frau explains the rules and regulations of the race to Teito. Carl and Parl suddenly appear, riding a large machine called the "Giga Prince Smasher" and, after dramatically announcing themselves, attack Frau and Teito, but end up accidentally destroying the Giga Prince Smasher's front windshield. Frau smiles dangerously and offers to replace Carl and Parl in the race, intimidating them into handing over their entrance passes.
After a brief tussle over a can of hairspray, Frau and Teito manage to disguise themselves and prepare to compete in the Hawkzile race.
Quotes from this ChapterEdit
- Lance: "While Ea and Landkarte have managed to infiltrate the military, they seem to be in a position where they cannot provide us with the information we need. Since they aren't able to contact us as they wish, it's quite likely that they've successfully infiltrated the military's upper ranks. I would think that...either they've done as well as to obtain Ayanami's trust and are observing him closely." Castor: "Or they've betrayed us.' (pg 9 to 10)
- "How unfortunate! How about I replace you two in this race? Eh, brothers? Mind handing over your entrance passes?" (Frau to Carl and Parl, pg 20 to 21)