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Lina and Gourry head into a new town, wanting to see a particular book which is only on display once a year. She thinks it might be one of the legendary Clair Bibles. Lina is eating, as usual, when suddenly a fight breaks out in the restaurant. Never, ever mess with Lina's dinner... Lina and Gourry then end up fighting. Now, it just so happens that Amelia Wil Tesla Saillune, princess of Saillune, is also in the town on some business with the king. Amelia hears the commotion and thinks of Lina... and suddenly, she SEES Lina. But Amelia has some important business... and doesn't want Lina to blow something else up, so Amelia splits.
The king and his daughter Martina are building up their nation's military in hopes of taking over more territory. Amelia is sent as an ambassador from Saillune to demand that they cease their hostile actions. Figuring that if they capture Amelia, Saillune will not attack them, the king hires a mercenary - Zelgadiss Greywars. So, while Amelia is deciding whether or not to fight Zelgadiss, a close friend of hers, they calmly begin tying her up...
Lina suddenly shows up, blowing up part of the castle in search of the book. Indeed, she already has it. But, hey, she saves Amelia too. The book, though, is a manual for an old, outdated mechanical golem, and not a Clair Bible, much to Lina's and Zelgadiss' disappointment. Zelgadiss, now knowing that the book is not the Clair Bible, turns on his employers. Martina fires up the golem and starts attacking Lina for destroying their castle.
But then the golem runs out of control, and Martina and the king beg Lina to stop it. Sound the alarms, it's time for the Dragu Slave... Lina destroys the golem, and much of the city. But who's that mysterious figure in the background...?
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