In this chapter, we learn that the setting of the story is purely fictional, and that no resemblance is made between the story and real events. In fact, the only similarity between this story and the real world is the fact that it is set in a fictional place. In this case, it is the Temple of the Lord of the Rings, which has been destroyed by Juliesse. The only plan is to find the fragments of the god of desire and restore the body of satos. As long as the fragment is in his hand, he will still be able to control satos, but he will have to pay for it. He tells himself that he will take the fragment back as a gift from the true god, or he'll kill him. The true god tells him that the demon of desire is at the house of sion qi, and the priest is shocked to find out that fei has passed out. He asks fei why he is in the house, and fei says that he is pregnant. The priest tells fei that he tried to tell him that he was pregnant, but fei was angry and fainted. Believing that the man is pregnant, the priest asks the man to wake up first, and he agrees to do so.