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||I won't kill you right away, my fellow monster. Unless you object to watching your friends die. One...by...one. If so, I will do you the service of removing your eyes first so that-
The Delusional Prince is the fourteenth chapter of Fire Emblem: Three Houses on the Blue Lions route.
- Main article: The Delusional Prince/Script
The Blue Lions return to Garreg Mach Monastery, where they meet up with the former Knights of Seiros and Officer's Academy faculty. The group decides that they have two main objectives - defeat the Adrestian Empire and rescue Rhea - and that they will use Garreg Mach as their base of operations. Annette suggests that they take the time to clean up the monastery, but Dimitri is disgusted by what he perceives as their carefree attitude and leaves. A month passes, and Byleth eventually finds Dimitri in the chapel hallucinating a conversation with his deceased loved ones. Gilbert arrives and reveals that the Imperial Army has sent troops to recapture the monastery, much to Dimitri's glee.
The Adrestian general, Randolph, is approached by his younger sister Fleche, who asks to join the front lines, but he refuses to allow it. The next day, Randolph's forces besiege Garreg Mach, but the Kingdom is victorious and Randolph is captured. Dimitri claims that the amount of people Randolph has killed in his military career makes him a monster and sadistically threatens to torture him, but Byleth puts him out of his misery before Dimitri can go through with it. Dimitri declares that he intends to use both Byleth and their friends until their flesh falls from their bones in the service of his revenge. Afterwards, the group agrees to contact Rodrigue and request reinforcements. A brief argument ensues over whether to liberate Fhirdiad or conquer Enbarr, with Dimitri intent on the latter.
- Main article: The Delusional Prince/Protecting Garreg Mach
From now on, your former students can give out seminars and participate in Faculty Training with you (now renamed Advanced Drills). In addition, due to lingering trauma from the five-year timeskip, Dimitri cannot grow his supports or participate in monastery activities until the end of Chapter 17.
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