Plot Summary Edit
Beatrice resurrects Kanon's spirit for Jessica and defends her against EVA-Beatrice, nearly getting killed in the process. Before EVA-Beatrice can finish her off, Battler brings her to Purgatory to challenge her. With Beatrice's assistance, Battler theorizes that the real Eva is the culprit, but is unable to explain how Nanjo could have been killed, since Jessica was blind and he was with Eva the whole time. Battler nearly surrenders until Beatrice uses the red truth to "deny" the existence of witches and destroy EVA-Beatrice, leaving the emotionally unstable Eva to kill the other survivors and escape Rokkenjima alive.
Battler is brought to the Golden Land where Beatrice and Virgilia suddenly attempt to force him to accept the existence of witches by signing a contract, revealing that Beatrice only pretended to reform to achieve this goal, and that it was Virgilia's strategy to do so. Before they can get him to sign, Battler is saved by his sister Ange who, twelve years in the future, had been dispatched by Bernkastel to begin a new game. Afterward, Lambdadelta orders Beatrice to keep winning so that she may be with Bernkastel for eternity. In the year 1998, the resentful, dying Eva grants Ange the name "Beatrice" and the Ushiromiya family headship and fortune. Hoping to find out what really happened to her family in 1986, Ange meets Bernkastel and accepts her offer to save them from Beatrice.
- In chess, a swindle is the act of being in a losing position and then tricking your opponent to achieve victory.