Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 4 Ending Explained

Posted 2022/05/03 17 0

The show follows Myne as she uses her mana and prays to the gods and goddesses for the preservation of the land in ‘Ascendance of a Bookworm’ season 3 episode 4 titled ‘Spring Prayer.’ Meanwhile, with the prospect of abduction looming, Ferdinand is on high alert to avert any breach of her security. The carriages Myne is about to utilize are ambushed when she is riding with Ferdinand, Sylvester, Damuel, and Karstedt. Here’s everything you need to know about the season 3 episode 4 ending of ‘Ascendance of a Bookworm.’ WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

Recap of Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 4

When Myne meets Sylvester, he taunts her by pulling her cheeks and irritates her with his childish behaviors. While she tolerates everything, as he tries to grab her hairpin, she loses control of her mana, but luckily Damuel and Karstedt save the day by striking Sylvester on the head. Because Ferdinand knows Sylvester will not stop at anyone’s request, he instructs others to keep Myne away from her at all times.

Soon after, they use the highbeasts to travel to a nearby farming community, where they meet the farmers and begin rites, which are followed by the Spring Prayer. Myne slowly fills a golden utensil with her mana, which she then distributes to the farmers so that they can utilize it to fertilize their soil. The ceremony concludes with priests, priestesses, and farmers thanking the gods and goddesses in exchange for their protection.

Nobles who are entrusted by the Lord with the job of watching over farming villages are granted luxury estates to reside in. They stay from the Spring Prayer through the Harvest Festival, finally returning to the noble’s region in the winter to pay taxes and submit a yearly report. As a result, it’s vital to pay a visit to the farmers, especially during the Spring prayer, because the kingdom is greatly reliant on them. While the nobles live in the estates, the priests are housed in the annex for the time being. After the prayers, Myne and the others spend the night at Baron Blon’s estate. After dinner, they unwind by playing the harpsichord while Karstedt and Sylvester demonstrate their sword fighting abilities.

The next day, they travel to Viscount Gerlach’s estate, but instead of highbeasts, Ferdinand recommends carriages. When he is alone with Myne, he warns her to be on her watch at all times and alluded to his distrust of Gerlach. Ferdinand tells him that they would be living with Count Leisgang after meeting him and introducing Myne, without addressing the security worries that have been bothering him for a while. Gerlach is dissatisfied, but attempts to sound nonchalant and extends his best wishes.

Unfortunately, by the time Myne arrives at Count Leisgang’s estate, she has become ill and must retire early. Ferdinand and others notify her the next morning that several intruders, most likely looking to kidnap her, arrived during the night. While one strangely detonated as Karstedt pursued him, the other committed suicide when Ferdinand attempted to disarm him. Myne and the others had hardly recovered from the kidnapping attempt when the carriages they were going to utilize were hit with the God of Darkness barrier.

The Ascension of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 4 Ending: How Do Myne and Her Compatriots Flee the Ambush?

Myne and others utilize their highbeasts to catch up to the carriages after doing their morning and evening tasks, so they can use them for the rest of their voyage. They are astonished, however, to discover that the God of Darkness barrier has been employed on them. While Myne intends to use her mana, Damuel quickly points out that any strike utilizing it will be futile.

Desperate to save Rosina and Fran, who are sure to suffer catastrophic injuries in the carriages if Myne is not quick enough, she resolves to beg to the gods for the ability to use magic instead. Ferdinand, cognizant of the devastating ramifications if things go wrong, attempts to direct Myne to explicitly pray to the Goddess of Wind. It proves to be excellent counsel, as a shield is constructed over the God of Darkness barrier.

Meanwhile, Sylvester deals with the decoys that are rumored to be coming from the jungle. The situation is quickly brought under control, and the worst results are avoided, but Myne loses consciousness and wakes up the next night. Ferdinand briefs her about the well-being of others and hands her the medicine he keeps with him for such occasions.

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