The team somehow deduces Altair’s bizarre abilities and begins to devise a plan to defeat her.
Altair crashes the party with heretofore unseen abilities, leading to Selesia taking a mortal wound. As she inexplicably recovers, the show can’t decide on the themes it wants to express.
Did you know that Magane was supposed to be a villain? The show doesn’t think you get it yet, so she manipulates Aliceteria to hunt down our heroes.
Sota refuses to spill the beans about the Military Uniform Princess – including her true name, Altair – to anyone but Mamika, who decides to confront her directly.
Everyone searches for clues on the Military Uniform Princess’s true identity. Meanwhile, Magane begins her inevitable murder spree, starting with her Creator.
A dangerous new Creation appears, and each side of the conflict wants her on theirs.
Our heroes are dragged before a government subcommittee to explain what the dickens has been going on the past four episodes.
Everyone sits around for a whole episode and speculates on the rules governing the situation. For no particular reason, they turn out to be completely correct.
Characters from various (fictional) light novels begin appearing in the real world to do battle, and also there’s a boring everyman protagonist. So, reverse isekai?