The next morning, Ruchi begins to worry about the whereabouts of her sister, who has gone missing. He asks Ruchi if she is with him, and Ruchi tells him that she is. He tells her that he has asked him to follow her all the way back to her homeland, and that he is very farsighted in his thinking. Ruchi asks if he has found out who is behind the disappearance, and he says that he thinks it was the remnants of a defunct kingdom. The prince of war died, and the people of the defunct kingdom are now looking for revenge. He says that the royal family did not necessarily have to have been involved in these crimes, because if the royals were involved, then they would be guilty of collusion with an enemy. The girl refuses to tell Ruchi where she is, but she says that she wants to stay with Ruchi because she can find a way to get revenge on the killer. She says that her brother must have killed someone, and she doesn't know why he didn't ask the prince for help. She also says that it is better for her brother and her father not to get married, since they are both empresses, and they don't like to be together. She tells Ruchi that she will leave to find out the identity of the person who is responsible for the disappearance. When Ruchi leaves, she says she wishes that her sister never showed up again.