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Nicol makes the decision to go through with an arranged marriage. Although he meets many prospective partners, all he can think about while talking to them is Catarina, so none of them get past the first meeting. Then, one day, his sister Sophia recommends that he read some romance novels for a change of pace.
The episode was rated 7.77 from 26 votes.
There's still no sign of Maria anywhere, and now Catarina has fallen into a deep sleep during which she dreams of her past life. Meanwhile, Geordo has a doctor examine her, but is disheartened when no cause can be found. As Catarina continues to sleep, all of her friends come to terms with their own feelings.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 55 votes.
Catarina Claes is finally graduating from the Magic Academy. Catarina reflects on the past two years as she talks with all of her precious friends and attends a graduation party at the castle. There, they all speak of their feelings for her, starting with Geordo.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 23 votes.
Catarina is immersed in a romance novel when she finds out she's been invited to a tea party hosted by Geordo and Alan at the palace. She's determined to find some fellow romance novel fans there to talk to. When she gets there, she meets Sophia, a beautiful girl scorned by others as a "cursed child" due to her unusual looks, and her brother Nicol, whose otherworldly beauty charms men and women alike.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 70 votes.
The one behind the kidnapping of Catarina Claes turns out to be someone that nobody expected. Catarina is shocked to learn the true reason why he kidnapped her, but he's so moved by her cheerful demeanor that he begins to tell her more and more about himself. As he does, Catarina proposes an idea...
The episode was rated 7.58 from 31 votes.
The day after the resolution of Catarina Claes's kidnapping, the first prince, Jeffrey Stuart, passionately speaks of his love for his younger brothers to his fiancée, Susanna Randall. At the same time, Geordo and Alan are in the student council office, reminiscing about their childhood days with their older brothers.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 30 votes.
Catarina and the others have found the imprisoned Maria, and at last they confront the one behind her disappearance. How will this confrontation end?! Catarina has worked so hard to avoid her own doom flags all this time, and now she faces a crisis! And then the final event in the game, the graduation party, begins. Will Catarina make it through to the end without setting any doom flags?!
The episode was rated 7.53 from 57 votes.
Catarina finally meets Maria Campbell, the heroine of the otome game, and redoubles her efforts to avoid triggering her destruction flags. Maria's charming appeal leads Catarina to mistakenly believe that she's already conquered Geordo and Keith, so she calls for another of her now-habitual "mental meetings" to work out a strategy.
The episode was rated 7.52 from 66 votes.
After a hard knock to the head, Catarina Claes regains all of her memories from her previous life as a modern-day high schooler and realizes that she is now the selfish, haughty villainess character from an otome game that she was obsessed with. She immediately takes action in hopes of avoiding the destruction flags that doomed her character in the game: exile in the best case scenario and death in the worst.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 87 votes.
One of the actors in the play being put on by the student council is injured, and the search is on for an emergency stand-in. As the opening of the curtain draws nearer and nearer, Catarina ends up agreeing to fill the role at Sophia's request. She's given a script with a story that sounds very familiar, and then her time comes to take the stage.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 33 votes.
Catarina has completely fallen for Maria's charm, and she advances their friendship by coming to the rescue when some overbearing noble girls have Maria cornered in the school courtyard. Later, when Catarina visits a large farm for some pointers on a day off, she learns that Maria's family's house is close by and decides to pay a quick visit.
The episode was rated 7.47 from 66 votes.
Catarina is kidnapped by someone while on her way to the ball, but after awakening in an unfamiliar room, she struggles to fully grasp her situation and doesn't seem to realize she's been kidnapped. Even when the kidnapper shows up to see her in person and she asks why she was kidnapped, her questions are easily dodged. Meanwhile, Geordo receives a letter from the kidnapper and immediately begins an investigation to find and rescue Catarina.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 32 votes.
Catarina is suddenly faced with her own "judgment event." The cafeteria is abuzz, leaving Catarina's mind in a panic as she suspects her doom flag has been set at last. Then Geordo appears with the members of the student council. The noble girls continue to condemn Catarina as the student council members read the evidence they compiled against her. Then Maria, the alleged victim, speaks...
The episode was rated 7.43 from 56 votes.
Catarina is feeling thrown off by her sudden awareness of Geordo, so when she's back at home during a break from school, she spends her time working her fields for a change of pace. When she's done, she heads to Keith's room to show him the vegetables she's grown... but Keith isn't there, and instead she finds a letter in his room saying that he's running away.
The episode was rated 7.40 from 25 votes.
Raphael Wolt, an employee at the Department of Magic, welcomes Catarina and her friends for a tour of the facility. Lana leads them in an experiment on a magic tool she recently acquired from an antiquarian: a so-called "wish-granting doll house." The moment she sees the old, run-down doll house, Catarina can't help opening the tightly shut front door...
The episode was rated 7.38 from 29 votes.
Last updated: jan 22, 2023
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