The bug tells us that he's not dead yet, and that it's better to take her to a laboratory and see if she'll come back. He thinks it would be best to stop bleeding from the leaf and go to the castle. The bug says that's a good idea, since it'll be safer to be "manaless" for now. He also says that he doesn't care if he kills the bug or not, because he'd rather be rid of the bug than the bug himself. He says that the bug was the bug that didn't die for 30 years, and he wonders why the bug would take over someone else's body. He wonders how feeble creatures like the bug could possibly understand the sadness of losing their form and mind.