In the fifth episode of ‘Overlord’ Season 4, titled ‘The Ruler of Conspiracy’, the show follows Momonga as he begins to plan his ambitious journey to the dwarf kingdom to forge mutually beneficial ties. Meanwhile, back in the Wizarding Kingdom, Demiurge meets with Albedo to discuss critical matters related to state politics. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Overlord’ Season 4 Episode 5. SPOILERS AHEAD!!!
Overlord Season 4 Episode 5 Recap
Demiurge visits Momonga’s office to discuss his plans against the theocracy. However, he is shocked to find Albedo there informing him that their emperor is absent. Although Albedo recommends messaging Momonga if he needs to discuss something urgent, Demiurge refuses. He wants to hear some words of praise directly from his master. When he learns that Momonga is currently in the Dwarf Realm, he can’t quite grasp what the Emperor probably plans to do next.
He wonders why he decided to visit such a remote place in person when someone else could have easily gone there instead of him. Albedo is as ignorant as he is. When Demiurge learns that Momonga is not satisfied with some aspects of his plan for world domination, he is a little surprised. If Momonga had followed his plan, it would have taken Jireniv 30 days to turn his kingdom into a vassal state of the Wizarding Realm. But to Demiurge’s surprise, Momonga managed to do it during his three-day visit.
He is humbled by his emperor’s genius and remains dumbfounded. Meanwhile, Momonga meets with his troops to discuss the plan to go to the Dwarf Kingdom. He plans to use diplomacy to his advantage. While some speculate that he may want to destroy the kingdom completely, Momonga is much more considerate. He speaks clearly to everyone about his plan so that they are on the same page as him.
When the discussions finally come to an end, Bloodfallen opens up his plan to prove himself to Momonga. She tells Fiore that she thinks Momonga is probably disappointed in her. However, Fiore clarifies that he is sure that this is probably not the case. The troops led by Momonga soon begin to move. When they finally reach the kingdom, Momonga sends his troops to observe the city, but they find nothing. However, in a tunnel under the city, they find a dwarf who introduces himself as Gondo Fire Bear.
Overlord Season 4 Episode 5 Ending: What Happened to Runesmiths? Why did they start to disappear in the last century?
Momonga’s primary purpose for establishing mutually beneficial ties with the dwarf kingdom is because he is interested in runic technology. He wants to get hold of the magic weapons carved with runes, which will give his men an advantage over others in battle. Unfortunately, when he brings this up with Gondo Fire Bear, he learns something shocking. A few decades ago, all dwarf magical objects were made of runes. But everything changed when a magical castor managed to enchant items with magic.
Over time, runic smiths began to turn into magical casters and within a few decades there were only a few left with the knowledge of the technology. However, Gondo states that he has not yet given up runesmithing altogether and hopes to revive it. When Momonga hears this, he offers him the support of the Wizarding Realm on the condition that he give his soul to him and let him use the technology to his advantage as well.
What are quangoas? What threat do they pose to the dwarves?
As Momonga walks out of the tunnel, he is told by his undead servants that a group of a hundred demi-humans has managed to surround them from all sides. Bloodfallen further reassures that she is closely monitoring the situation. They turn out not to be ordinary demi-humans, but Quagoas bipedal mole-like beasts that eat metal from an early age. As a result, their fur becomes stronger than metal armor. Originally, they were responsible for forcing the dwarves to leave their city and settle in the north.
When Bloodfallen and Momonga realize the danger they pose, the former immediately springs into action. She uses her powers to single-handedly subdue their entire group and then asks them with the charm magic about their intentions. As it turns out, they’ve decided to destroy the dwarf city to the north and have already managed to knock down the fortress that protects the bridge connecting the two regions. Now it’s only a matter of time before they start slaughtering the dwarves, but luckily this time they have Momonga by their side.
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