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#1 by danteas
2018-03-18 at 18:04
what exactly happens in the end
#2 by danteas
2018-05-24 at 21:20
#3 by triority
2018-06-14 at 14:52
Won't know exactly until it is translated (if it ever is), but it looks like Wilfried starts a war against the other nearby races; possibly kills Erika and, of course, is killed himself, most likely by Ria.
By the looks of things, there aren't any happy endings...

A post in the Steam forums has possible speculations about where it ends upLast modified on 2018-06-14 at 14:54
#4 by lordnight
2018-06-14 at 15:07
Basically it's an open ending.
I won't spoil much but just as @3 said, Wilfried has been killed by Ria.
Was that really a spoiler?
Anyway you can assume that they concluded the demon world chapter and will probably cover the other two continents.Last modified on 2018-06-14 at 15:10
#5 by triority
2018-06-17 at 20:36
Are there actually any plans for further stories though, or has Escu:de totally finished with it ?

From what I've seen, the ending text seems to be somewhat ambiguous - although it does slightly explain why it's called Re;LordLast modified on 2018-06-17 at 20:44
#6 by lordnight
2018-06-18 at 06:00
No, it's officially over.
I have no sources so I can't back this up, this is just my personal opinion.
They might make another entry using a different title with a different protagonist with a few characters appearing again..
#7 by triority
2018-06-18 at 06:40
I presume it's not a particularly ending for most of them, although with Wilfreid, it's terminal...

Does Ria kill him because she wants to usurp him, or she finally decides to do something decent, and try and help Saarland ?Last modified on 2018-06-18 at 14:07
#8 by lordnight
2018-06-18 at 08:47
That's indeed highly plausible. We can only wait until then.
Also, please cover that in spoiler tags.
#9 by triority
2018-06-18 at 14:13
Hopefully we'll also find out who Erika and Fine's master is. Most likely it's either Ria or Wilfried - going all Bioshock on us

Also, whether the girls are working together (in which case it seems to spectacularly fail), or whether they are just doing their own thing
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#10 by lordnight
2018-06-18 at 14:52

It can't be either of the two because Erika would have recognized them by their first meeting.
#11 by triority
2018-06-18 at 15:25
True, but then she doesn't mention terrorist incident either. I wouldn't be surprised if all the witches have (or will have) had some of their lives affected by Wilfried (or Darius), and they are trying (rather incompetently) to get things fixed Last modified on 2018-06-18 at 16:58
#12 by triority
2018-06-22 at 12:52
Is the witch in 3 a drug addict or is she so afraid of Wilfried that she needs extra help in trying to fight him?
#13 by lordnight
2018-06-23 at 00:24
I won't go as far as call her a drug addict.
Maybe she's just simply afraid of Wilfried because he has an army big enough to be recognized by the military. Plus he has a reputation of a (cape)maniac and a rapist. Also for some reason He's following her.(she still didn't knew the 2nd witch was captured).
Just my understanding from my small knowledge about nihonggo.
#14 by triority
2018-06-23 at 08:42
Fair enough! I do hope Sekai hurry up and translate 2 & 3 and not leave it at just 1... The main problem I can see is it's a bit of an... acquired... taste...

I would like to think that at least Fine ends the story in a fairly decent position (although unlikely), as I think she has suffered the most : By her own naivety, kindness and plain bad luck; Erika using her as just a shield for half of episode 1 and, of course, by Wilfried on multiple occasions.

Her defeat knocks over the set of dominoes, leading to the downfall of all the girls...
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