Break follows a young Gilbert around the Nightray household, much to the latter's irritation. He compliments Gilbert's improvement in shooting, and Gilbert replies by saying that it was all thanks to him, because by just imagining that the target is Break's face he can shoot perfectly.
Ten Years of Mister Hatter and Master Gilbert, part 2
Breaks asks a young Gilbert on how is he doing at the Nightray household, and Gilbert replies that he's not getting along well with the elder brothers but he really gets along well with Vincent. He began telling a story about how one time Vincent followed him while he was practicing with his gun and asked him if he could play with it. Vincent only practiced for 2 months before surpassing Gilbert's skills which he had been polishing for a year.
Ten Years of Mister Hatter and Master Gilbert, part 3
A young Gilbert sulks on how he was easily surpassed by his younger brother, calling himself a failure. Break tells him that the reason why he lacks an elder brother's superiority is because of his use of "boku" and that he should use the more mature "ore". Break then gives Gilbert a special training for Gilbert to say "ore".
Reim tells the readers about himself, and how he had been serving the Barma Dukedom ever since he was a child. He remembered about the time when he was 11 years old, when Rufus ordered him to deliver a bunch of love letters to Sheryl Rainsworth. However when he asked Rufus, he said those letters were proclamations of war against the Rainsworth Dukedom.
Reim delivers Rufus' letter to Sheryl. She tossed the letters into the fire after reading them and tells Reim that he may return now, but Reim said he could not for the Duke had strictly instructed him not to return without a reply. He ended up staying at the Rainsworth estate for 2 years, looking after Sharon until he received Sheryl's reply.
Sheryl beats up Rufus with her harisen for making an unattractive illusion of her. Rufus angrily retorts that the illusion that he had made was perfect and that it was based on data he had collected over many years. He adds that he also added that he removed six wrinkles, which only made Sheryl beat him up more as Reim watched in horror.
The Nightray siblings are interviewed which do they like better: cats or dogs. After all his older siblings chose dogs, Elliot thinks to himself that there is no way he could ever tell them that he is a cat person.
Elliot finds Ada's cats inside Lutwidge Academy, wondering how she manages to get away with it. He inspects his surroundings, and after making sure that nobody is around he petted and cuddled the cats, much to Ada's surprise who happened to witness everything. Leo tells her to leave him alone for a while.
Jack notices that in the end bonus chapter of volume 14 "Piyoko Master" the author didn't draw Glen's eyelashes.
Lottie then comes in the door and scolds Jack for placing Glen's personality in his eyelashes which she then states her opinions on Glen's hair, skin, his dislike of tomatos and his mole on his collarbone while Glen's picks up the volume 14 and draws his eyelashes on instead.
Jack asks Oswald the true reason why Lacie ran away from home that day when they met. Oswald reveals it was chess, because Lacie never won against him. On that particular day he went easy on her, and so she got angrier, then Oswald said that being able to see her happy face upon victory makes him terribly satisfied. He had no malice intended on his statement, but for some reason this made Lacie throw the chessboard on him and leave just like that. Jack chuckles, commenting that his clumsiness is very warm and lovely. Oswald also loses to Jack in the chess game they were playing for the 5th time.