In the fourth episode of ‘Overlord’ Season 4, titled ‘The Ruler of Conspiracy’, Momonga goes to great lengths to arrange a meeting with a promoter who can help him get into a fight with the Warrior King in the Colosseum. Meanwhile, he also talks about his plans to recruit adventurers from the Baharuth Kingdom who will explore the world for him. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Overlord’ Season 4 Episode 4. SPOILERS AHEAD!!!
Overlord Season 4 Episode 4 Recap
Before leaving for the Baharuth Kingdom, Momonga talks openly about rejecting the plans of world domination with his closest allies. He talks about his plans to work for the people and create a utopia where everyone can live a happy life. At the present time, together with the head of the adventurers’ guild, he reaches the imperial capital of Arwinter without formal permission. Though warned that his recklessness could have repercussions, Momonga states that he knows Emperor Jircniv Rune Farlord El-Nix, so he will likely be forgiven.
Momonga shares his plans to create an institution where the talent of adventurers can be well nurtured. To fulfill this desire, he hopes to use his fight with the Warrior King as a means of attracting the attention of the people of Baharuth Kingdom. So he consults Ainzach, the greatest promoter in the kingdom who can make the battle possible. Instead of talking to him directly, he first sends the head of the adventurers’ guild to make an appointment. Meanwhile, he discusses some important things with Fluder.
When Fluder provides critical information he has managed to gather, Momonga gives him the Book of the Dead. Although Fluder is excited, he can only read the book with Momonga’s glasses. The next day, Momonga finally meets the promoter. Before discussing the fight, the promoter shows the ruler of the Wizarding Realm his collection of weapons without revealing his identity. As they sit down to talk, Momonga finally drops his mask and introduces himself to the promoter.
Momonga does not hide his desires and gets straight to the point. Although the promoter isn’t unhappy with the fight, it seems that Momonga’s powers are keeping him busy. Therefore, he asks him about the spell that killed hundreds of thousands of people. It turns out that Momonga can only use it once every ten years. Having answered all the questions, the promoter finally seems a little satisfied and agrees to set up the fight in the Colosseum.
Overlord Season 4 Episode 4 End: Does Momonga Defeat the Warrior King in the Colosseum?
After much strategy and preparation, the day of battle between the Warrior King and Momonga has finally arrived. The Colosseum is filled with the loud cheers of the crowd when the Warrior King finally makes his entrance. Unfortunately, Momonga doesn’t get a similar reception. The Warrior King wears a shield that covers his entire body and without much ado, the two start fighting each other.
Momonga easily dodges all of his opponent’s attacks and in the meantime manages to deliver some powerful blows. As the attacks increase, it becomes increasingly clear that Momonga is much more powerful. The Warrior King realizes the same and is quite respectful to his enemy despite a few injuries.
As the fight progresses, he starts to use all his strength, but he can’t even scratch Momonga. Accepting his defeat, the Warrior King asks Momonga to show his true powers before killing him. The two fighters pay respect to each other and Momonga fulfills his foe’s enemies as he delivers his final blow that kills the Warrior King.
Why does Jireniv El-Nix want to make Baharuth a vassal state of the wizarding realm?
After Momonga easily defeats the Warrior King and stamps his authority in people’s minds, he has a few words to share with them. He invites the adventurers who want to explore the world to come to the Sorcerer Kingdom because he will help them nurture their talent.
Momonga also states that he does not intend to use them as mere war like other kingdoms in the world. After his speech, Nix begins to feel insecure about his own kingdom and people. So when Momonga gets near him, he directly asks him to turn Baharuth into a vassal kingdom. Though Momonga asks him to discuss the matter later, Nix tells his guards that he plans to join the Wizarding Realm because his political maneuvers have failed miserably.
Momonga has even managed to see right through them and act upon them. With his impressive display of strength in the Colosseum, Nix is now running out of options. Therefore, realizing that he may eventually fall, Nix decides to secure some autonomy of his kingdom by making it a vassal state of the Wizarding Realm.
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