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L 7 episodes, David Wald L 7 episodes, Takumi Yamazaki The Colonel 7 episodes, Takaya Hashi Duke of Normandy 6 episodes, Jay Hickman Duke of Normandy 6 episodes, Melanie Burke Gazelle 5 episodes, Hazuki Ogino Edit Storyline The stage is set during the 19th century London, in its capital where a wall divides the east and west of the Kingdom of Albion.
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Add the first question. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site [Japan] Offiical Twitter [Japan]. Country: Japan. Language: Japanese. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital.
Color: Color. Edit page. Add episode. Clear your history. Ange 12 episodes, Princess 12 episodes, Dorothy 12 episodes, Beatrice 12 episodes, Chise 9 episodes, Chise 8 episodes, With their mission done, Princess steps down as the laundry mill's foreman and promotes Marilla, the most veteran laundry mill worker, to take her place.
Despite leaving, the team is confident that the laundry mill workers will be able to take care of themselves from now on. The team must keep surveillance on Lord O'Reilly in order to find out the identity of the mysterious person he is meeting in secret.
While the other team members keep watch from a hotel room, Ange poses as an artist outside O'Reilly's hotel. While on her post, Ange sees an impoverished girl named Julie who unsuccessfully tries to pickpocket people.
Feeling pity for Julie, Ange teaches her how to properly pickpocket. She then tells Julie her past, veiled as a fairy tale.
Ten years ago, Ange was the real Princess, who had quickly gotten bored with her dull and sheltered life. One day, she discovered a crack in the castle wall where she met Princess, the real Ange, who was a poor pickpocket at the time and looked identical to her.
They both quickly became friends. Eventually, Ange grew curious about life outside the castle, and switched places with Princess, and quickly discovered the poor living conditions of the rest of the country.
Back in the present, with Julie's help, Ange figures out that O'Reilly's contact is Gazelle. In return, Ange frees Julie from her abusive guardian and helps enroll her into an orphanage.
Ange finishes her story, where both she and Princess were separated after the Revolution, and how Princess had to live in constant fear of discovery for ten years.
Meanwhile, Princess meets O'Reilly and warns him that Gazelle is attempting to trick him defecting to the Commonwealth to trap him, and offers her help instead.
Afterwards, Ange admits to Princess that she considers her the true Princess now due to her dream to change Albion for the better. The two then play piano together like they used to do as children.
Chise writes a letter to her sister back in Japan, telling her about her new life in Albion as well as being part of Princess' spy team. For most of the day, she attends regular school activities, though her differing cultural values make her appear odd to her classmates.
Chise is also wary of Lily Gaveston, one of Princess' classmates who has connections to the Duke of Normandy and is possibly spying on them.
After school, Chise participates in spy missions with Ange, Dorothy, and Beatrice, though she feels insecure about the fact that her fighting skills aren't always needed.
She also regularly reports to Lord Horikawa, who wants to know whether Princess' plan to become Queen will succeed so he knows whether to side with the Kingdom or the Commonwealth.
One day, Chise is admiring a butterfly when another student, Cameron, arrogantly kills it in front of her and then insults Japan.
Incensed, Chise attempts to challenge Cameron to a duel but Princess intervenes. Rather than stop Chise, Princess teaches Chise the rules for a Western-style duel and helps arrange it, nominating Lily to be the witness.
Chise and Cameron use antique pistols for the duel, but Chise quickly finds out that her gun has been sabotaged, so she instead uses her necktie as a makeshift sling to injure Cameron and intimidate him into apologizing.
The rest of the spy team celebrate Chise's victory, and reveal that they also used the duel as a distraction to sneak into Lily's room to tap the phone she uses to report to the Duke of Normandy.
In her next report to Lord Horikawa, Chise admits that she's not sure if Princess will succeed, but she genuinely wants her to.
Ange, Dorothy, and Beatrice are sent on a mission to steal secret documents from the First Lord of the Admiralty.
They gain assistance from the inside by another Commonwealth agent, Prefect, who was trained in the same class as Ange and Dorothy. During the mission, Beatrice learns that Prefect always ended up being second best to Ange, and the two don't get along because of that rivalry.
The mission ends up being a success, and the group celebrates at a pub. Ange and Beatrice leave early while Prefect and Dorothy reminisce about their final exam where, believing that they had failed the exam, Dorothy took Prefect to a local carnival to have some fun.
Meanwhile, Ange takes Beatrice to Prefect's room, revealing that Control suspects Prefect is a double agent.
Ange deliberately triggers one of Prefect's traps, causing her to flee and confirming the team's suspicions.
Prefect is able to evade Ange and reach a train, but Dorothy catches up to her and holds her at gunpoint. Prefect admits that she was poisoned and forced to work for the enemy in return for the cure, and that the woman she looked up the most to and wished to be was in fact Dorothy, not Ange.
Prefect then commits suicide so as to spare Dorothy the task of executing her. Ange and Dorothy return to Control to report their success when they discover that L has been replaced by a new superior, General.
General congratulates them and then tasks them with a new mission: assassinate Princess. Ange and Dorothy reluctantly accept General's mission and return to the school.
Dorothy lets Ange go on ahead since she cannot accept having to kill Princess. Ange approaches Princess' room and finds out that Control has assigned a new team to act as her bodyguards, led by a new agent named Zelda.
Ange realizes that Control no longer trusts her, as Dorothy and Chise are reassigned and replaced with new agents. Ange secretly meets with Seven, who warns her that the military has seized control of operation and put its own plan in motion.
Zelda then instructs Ange to carry out the assassination on Princess in order to prove her loyalty. Ange leads Princess to a nearby airport, where she causes a distraction and both of them switch appearances to confuse Zelda's agents and escape.
Ange leads Princess to a departing airship and tells her that they will be running away to Casablanca.
Princess however refuses to leave since she is still dedicated to her dream to become Queen and reform the Kingdom. She locks Ange in the airship's cargo hold and returns to Zelda, posing as Ange.
Dorothy must take a case that involves her father, to retrieve a something from a dead body at his morgue. Does this bring them back closer together?
S1, Ep7. The girls have their next assignment, and they must infiltrate a laundry mill to find a deadly weapon. In the mill, they catch a glimpse of the workers' conditions.
S1, Ep8. As Ange is painting, she is reminded of the first time she met the princess. With fiction and reality clashing, Ange questions herself.
S1, Ep9. Chise writes to her sister about her life in the Kingdom of Albion, and how she struggles to adapt to their customs but the girls try their best to make Chise feel at home.
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