At a loss on how to deal with a multiple Kataphraktoi attack, the Terran forces rest their hopes on Inaho's abilities. However, they may be relying on him too much. Lemrina, meanwhile, makes a move after figuring out her sister has awoken.
With the Deucalion still undergoing repairs, Inaho and his squad are forced to assault the Martian Knights again without its support. Knowing the abilities of the three knights' Kataphrakts, Inaho devises special strategies to combat them, and two of the knights are quickly defeated. The third knight proves to be a tougher challenge, as his Kataphrakt has the ability to multiply itself. Inaho figures out that the Kataphrakt multiplies itself using quantum teleportation, and that the only way to defeat it is to destroy every single one of its copies simultaneously. In order to achieve this, Inaho uses his eye to connect to every UFE Kataphrakt on the battlefield and manually control their targeting systems. The plan is successful, and all Martian Kataprakts are destroyed. However, Inaho again begins to suffer pain as a side effect of overusing his eye. Meanwhile, the freshly repaired Deucalion receives new orders to head for space for a new mission. On the Moon, Lemrina finds and confronts a fully recovered Asseylum, and tells her of what Slaine has been doing while she was unconscious. Shocked, Asseylum confronts Slaine and attempts to arrest him, though Slaine explains that he is no longer a citizen of Vers and therefore no longer under her authority. He has both Asseylum and Lemrina put under house arrest when he receives news that Count Klancain, Cruhteo's son, has arrived from Vers.