Everyone who died a violent death in the battle against Shindeki Church gathers in order to rescue Hamutz. When all seems lost, the hopes and desires of the people around the world may be enough to save it.
The world is frozen in time by Ruruta's Tearless Ending. As Matalast and the rest of the Armed Librarians are peacefully sleeping, Hamutz's final battle with Ruruta ensues. Hamutz appears backed into a corner until she unleashes her true ability.
Two thousand years ago, the era of Paradise in which the gods and the humans lived in harmony came to to an end. Aiming to destroy the humans, the god of the future, Ontorra, unleashes the beasts of the Final Chapter upon the world.
As Noloty heads to the mansion in the mountain with Archit and Katchua, the executive director of Shindeki Church appears before them. Hamutz heads to the final battle with Matalast and the other Librarians.
The fierce wars between Bantorra Library and world powers continue. Matalast and Kyasariro capture an enemy lieutenant and interrogate him. As the enemies begin to surround Bantorra Library, Hamutz and Ireia join the fight and move to the front line.
In an effort to be promoted from his training post, Noloty begins the investigation of the bio terrorism initiated by Shindeki Church. To his surprise, the mastermind turns out to be a young boy who has a deep hatred of the Armed Librarians.
In order to regain the memory of Renas' other personality, Volken heads to Darai Mine. On the way, he encounters his former master, Vizac, and they engage in a fierce battle. Meanwhile, Hamutz pursues Renas' other personality.
Volken returns to Bantorra Library and declares that he will correct the injustice done by Hamutz. Meanwhile, a woman named Renas goes through strange changes. Her other personality emerges and tries to take over her body.
Mince visits Gandali in search of the forbidden "Red Book," which is filled with the delusions of psychotic criminals and memories of serial killers. The ones who read it will be psychologically destroyed by both the horror and the pleasure of it.
Mirepoc finds herself at a dead end in her search for Lascall. She is still unable to locate the Book of Bonnie, which is believed to contain the secret of Lascall. The problem in gaining such knowledge is that anyone who knows the secret is silenced.
The legendary psychic, Shiron, who appeared 300 years ago and predicted the current state of the world, reappears. Despite the unrest, the people still continue to wish for dreams, happiness, and love.
Mirepoc arrives in Fulbeck chasing the mysterious Lascall who has been involved in various incidents concerning the books of the deceased. As Mirepoc looks for the book of the deceased actress, Bonnie, she receives bad news from Alme.
Mokkania's revolt turns Bantorra Library into a labyrinth of black ants, and the Armed Librarians become their victims. After sealing Mokkania's movements, Hamutz seeks to find out why Mokkania has revolted.
Mokkania possesses the ability to control black ants that devour all living things. However, his heartache isolates him deep underground. After an unexpected visit, Mokkania's life changes, and it could mean danger for Hamutz and the others.
All hate-filled eyes are on Enrique when he returns to Bantorra Library. Many of the Armed Librarians express their anger about the deaths of the comrades. Enrique disregards their feelings and responds with his thunder attack.
Enrique is sent to the Church training island to be transformed into a monster. On the island, the boys are taken care of by Kumora, with whom they gradually develop feelings of fellowship and trust. Meanwhile, Noloty carries out his mission.
The Bantorra Library receives an uninvited guest: the man with a golden mask. Not only is he immortal, but the magic he possesses intimidates even the most seasoned battlers. Meanwhile, Noloty receives a confidential mission from Hamutz.
Colio Tonies, who lost all his memories and has been transformed into a human bomb, sets out to assassinate Hamutz, and has a fateful encounter with Princess Shiron who is actually the "Ever Laughing Witch."